Brooklyn's Greatest Day Ever Music Festival Coming to Wynwood

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Nine hours of hip-hop and EDM, free carnival games, and food trucks?

Must be the Greatest Day Ever.

Coming from the mastermind behind NYC's BrunchBounce parties, Irvin Benitiez, as well as Henny Palooza, World Famous, Suave Haus, Apt 78, Ashley Outrageous, Norma Now, YesJulz, and Derick G, this Brooklyn-bred bash will be twerkin' its way to the 305 on Saturday, May 9, at a secret location in Wynwood.

The spot will be revealed 30 days before the fest.

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Now entering its sophomore year, TGDE made its debut last summer in Brooklyn, where underground hip-hop and dance DJs like Pete Rock, Brenmar, and Fool's Gold Records' Nick Catchdubs were welcomed by thousands of party-hungry people in Williamsburg.

"With this party, I want to hit your senses," Benitez told Revolt in an interview last year. "I want you to see an awesome venue, hear awesome music, and eat great food. I just want to create a sensory experience."

The party boy added: "It will be an experiential event. There are a lot of elements that we're incorporating. There's a lot that we are putting into it."

The 2014 inaugural bash was a Big Apple success. So this year's Miami fest should be as basstastic.

Like the festival site, the lineup has yet to be revealed. But admission for #TheGreatestDayEver is just a ticket away.

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The Greatest Day Ever 2015: Miami. Saturday, May 9. Wynwood. The fest runs from 1 to 10 p.m. Tickets cost $25 plus fees via eventbrite.com. Ages 18 and up.

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