Shit just got real, people. Your options for ditching work and partying all day have tripled in the span of 24 hours, and New Times is here to help sort it out.
Offering everything from big names at giant clubs to up-and-comers at smaller gigs, Miami Music Week is in full swing today. Monday and Tuesday were the first bites of this seven-course meal, and events begin to accumulate and the locations broaden. Here's what's happening today, Wednesday, March 22:
The Free Stuff
A Night With Seraphin and Friends at Foxhole
Dig in at Foxhole, the upscale Miami Beach bar, with L.A.-based DJ Seraphin. A fan of remixing everything from Britney Spears to hip-hop to 1960s doo-wop, Seraphin boasts an all-inclusive repertoire. Although we’re not sure who his friends are, this all-nighter (10 p.m. to 5 a.m.) could be worth checking out even if it’s to play a little pool with your own friends.
Nervous Records Pop-Up With Oscar G and Friends at Commonwealth Miami
Miami’s legendary house producer, Oscar G, is teaming up with Nervous Records and Bulleit bourbon for a free, if abbreviated, show at Commonwealth Miami. It’s hard to say how long the
The Not-So-Free Stuff
House Stars Featuring Todd Terry (and many, many other people) at the Deck Lounge at Island Gardens
This is the first of what seems like a dozen appearances for Todd Terry, the venerated house producer responsible for some of the sickest remixes in all the land. House Stars will be a great low-key party at a high-end venue. Dancing under the stars from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. at the “exquisite superyacht marina and outdoor lounge” while listening to the likes of Terry, the Cube Guys, and Plastic
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Spinnin' Sessions Miami 2017
Spinnin’ Records will show off its impressive roster of DJs and
Dash Berlin and Tritonal at E11even
From 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., one of the world’s top 20 DJs will team up with one of the hardest-working
LIV Presents Cedric Gervais Sh!t Show Abyss
Who better to lead the parade of massive talent toward Ultra than one of its headliners, big-room house
Ultra Music Festival Countdown Official Pre-Party With Steve Aoki at Story Nightclub
We haven't necessarily saved the best for last, but Steve Aoki is certainly one of the most recognizable DJs on this list. Add that this is an official Ultra pre-party and it makes his show the priciest of the bunch at $55. There isn’t much to say to sell Aoki — he’s a high-energy dude who spends almost as much time in front of the tables as he does behind them, pumping up the crowd via smoke robots and the occasional cake-throwing.