Red Bull Guest House 2015 Announces Label Showcases

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There's no shortage of exclusive parties come Winter Music Conference/Miami Music Week, but one of the most drool-worthy is, hands-down, the Red Bull Music Guest House.

In 2015, the winged energy drink is taking control of SoBe's Sagamore, aka the Art Hotel, and it's packing the spot with four days and three nights of stellar programming. Before the light turns off for good, seven labels will have given it all they've got. We finna go HARD, show some Troxler Titties, and spend all our Young Money.

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Red Bull Guest House Label Showcases

-Lil Wayne and Young Money Entertainment

-HARD Pool Party

-Guy Gerber's RUMORS

-Ladyfag & Seva Granik Present: SHADE: MELTDOWN

-Seth Troxler presents: Big Tittie Surprise

-Kygo + Thomas Jack's Tropical

"Hey, hold on a minute. You said there were seven showcases," you might be saying. Hell yeah! Not only can you count, but you caught on that there's a special to-be-announced showcase yet to come in March, as well as the full artist lineups for each of these already tantalizing menu items.

We're being promised an actual pool as part of this shebang. The Traktor Cookery School have convinced some world-famous DJs to whip up their favorite snacks to keep the munchies away. And those looking for a thoughtful party experience can look forward to documentary screenings and moderated Q&As hosted by International Music Summit.

Don't sweat the velvet rope. If you can't get in, Red Mull Music Academy will broadcast all massive chunes and exclusive interviews via their radio platform. But seriously, try and get in if you can.

Red Bull Guest House 2015. With label showcases from Young Money, HARD, Guy Gerber's RUMORS, and more. Thursday, March 26, through Sunday, March 29. Sagamore, The Art Hotel, 1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.

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