Listed and SAFE Bring Radio Slave, Matt Tolfrey, and Others to Hotel Victor March 25

If you're a

regular of Miami's EDM scene, then you've surely attended a SAFE party.

They've been responsible for many of the top international house and techno

bookings of the last several years, hosting memorable recurrent

performances by the likes of Matthew Dear, Radio Slave, Damian Lazarus,

M.A.N.D.Y., and Matt Tolfrey.

And if you're a WMC-Ultra week regular, then you're probably familiar with

Listed. The San Francisco-based artist agency puts on the highly

anticipated Freaky Tikki boat parties every March with guest DJs like

Cassy, Danny Howells, and Troy Pierce.  

This month, Listed and SAFE are joining forces to offer what is no doubt

one of the top lineups of Ultra week at the Hotel Victor in South Beach. It'll feature two pool-side stages and a stellar cast of DJs from the

transtlantic undeground scene, including residents of the infamous Circoloco afterhours at Ibiza's DC10 like Dan Ghenacia and Clive Henry,

and Leftroom label artists like Matt Tolfrey and Inxec.

Peep the full lineup below and download a promo mix by Listed resident DJ Dory from Chicago for a taste of the sounds to come at Listed Plays It Safe.

Download: Dory's DJ Mix

Listed Plays It Safe Lineup
- Radio Slave
- Craig Richards
- Matt Tolfrey
- Inxec (live)
- Droog
- Lazaro Casanova
- Clive Henry vs. Cassy
- Dan Ghenacia vs. Shonky

- Boris Werner
- Guti (live)
- Kate Simko (live)
- Jozif
- Dory
- Nikita

Listed Plays It Safe. Friday, March 25. Hotel Victor, 1144 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. The party starts at noon and tickets cost $25 via Call 305-428-1234 or visit

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