Poplife Moves to Electric Pickle in Wynwood

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One of the most anticipated announcements of Miami's nightlife scene

has been where Saturday night indie-dance staple Poplife would be

moving to. We heard rumors of the party moving to the partially

Poplife-owned Ecco Restaurant & Lounge in downtown, as well as talk

that the party was abandoning its mainland roots and going across the

causeway to Miami Beach. All those rumors turned out to be false.


been confirmed that Poplife will be at the Electric

Pickle in Wynwood starting September 5. The move keeps with the night's mission of

moving to area's in the city where nightlife activity is scarce.

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