Life in Color Announces Miami Festival Date; Releases 2014 Aftermovie

Who’s ready to get wet and sticky?

Life in Color’s flagship Miami festival is officially back. Last year, the locally-based international dance music experience brought Kaskade, Diplo, Carnage, Madeon, and 20,000-plus gallons of neon, water-based paint to more than 50,000 screaming fans.

This year, It’s back to a one-day format with the announcement that LIC is moving from its usual December date to Saturday, January 16, 2016. LIC also wants loyal customers to know that, Starting July 15, fans can cop exclusive pre-sale tickets after registering via On July 16, tickets open to the general public.

In case you don’t remember how awesome 2014’s massive multi-stage experience at Sun Life Stadium was, the LIC team also just released a fun recap video that captures all the flashy greatness with none of the sticky mess. Our favorite part was the unique to Miami main stage, which featured all your favorite buildings from the Miami skyline, including a light-up recreation of the infamous Intercontinental. Dope.

It’s that kind of attention to detail that makes the flagship festival a must-see. The LIC team goes all-out for its hometown, and the coming months will reveal the lineup, interactive surprises, and all the juicy details. One thing is for sure, you’re going to need to bring your rain boots. You’re going to be stepping in a freaking lot of paint.

Life in Color Miami Festival. Saturday, January 16, at Sun Life Stadium, 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens. Pre-sale tickets go on sale Wednesday, July 15, with registration via Tickets go on sale to the general public Thursday, July 16. Visit
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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.