Sunday School for Degenerates Returns to Miami Music Week 2016
Sunday School is back in session.
Photo by Ciara Osorio
If there ever was a party that epitomized the true attitude of Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week, it was Sunday School for Degenerates, which took place at several locations during its run, most famously at Pawn Shop and Ice Palace Studios. It started out as a 24-hour event before ballooning into 36 hours of nonstop dance music. If you had the stamina, you could party from sunset to sunrise to sunset again.
In 2012, the party decided not to return to Miami. You can probably blame New York's Electric Zoo for that. Made Event, the organizers behind Sunday School, got busier and busier with Electric Zoo as the event grew into a massive three-day rager over Labor Day weekend
But Sunday School's sabbatical is over. Made Event is bringing the party back for a "reunion," ditching its long-preferred downtown location (which allowed it keep the party going nonstop) for the Surfcomber Hotel in Miami Beach.
As always, the party is bringing together a who's who of techno and house powerhouses for a ten-hour marathon. The lineup includes ALX, Caleb Calloway, Cassy, Guti (live), Kenny Glasgow, Lee Curtiss, Ryan Crosson, Stacey Pullen, Victor Calderone, and wAFF.
Sure, we'll miss rolling in at 3 a.m. and dancing until midday, but we still look forward to an event that will have everyone partying for several hours.
Here's hoping the dance music marathon returns for good in 2017.
Sunday School for Degenerates "The Reunion" with ALX, Caleb Calloway, Cassy, Guti (live), Kenny Glasgow, Lee Curtiss, Ryan Crosson, Stacey Pullen, Victor Calderone, and wAFF. Noon. Sunday, March 20, at the Surfcomber Hotel, 1717 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-532-7715; surfcomber.com. Tickets cost $30 to $3,500 via wantickets.com.
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