The threat of 50-degree weather this weekend has Miami in a freezing frenzy.
Folks are worried Target's going to run out of space heaters and flannel jammy pants. Winn-Dixie's low on hot chocolate, Home Depot's out of fire wood, and PetSmart doggie parkas are on back order. The end is undeniably near ... Let's party.
Check out Crossfade's list of the hottest club parties on South Beach going down over Martin Luther King Day weekend.
Cultivate: Lazaro Casanova, Dsan Powell, and Uchi. Thursday, January 12, 11 p.m., Mokai, 235 23rd St., Miami Beach. A new party by Minimax Events, Cultivate features two of "Miami's most exciting DJs" dropping funky house beats. At $10 (plus $2.50 service charge), it's probably worth checking out.
LIV Presents: Porter Robinson. Thursday, January 12, 12 p.m., LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.. He's not even old enough to drink. But Porter Robinson has already toured with Tiesto on the College Invasion tour, Skrillex on the OWSLA tour, and headlined his own North American trek, the Spitfire Tour. This dude's legit.
Magic Circus Presents Marcus Schossow. Friday, January 13, 11 p.m., Amnesia Miami, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.. Sweden's great at making modular furniture. They're also one of the world's top exporters of filthy house DJs.
A Drumcode Night with Adam Beyer & Ida Engberg. Friday, January 13, 11 p.m., Treehouse, 323 23rd St., Miami Beach. Billed as the "most notorious couple of Techno," these two really rip tits on the dance floor.
Rony Seikaly. Saturday, January 14, 11 p.m., LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach). Party like a expansion-team first-round draft pick with the Lebanese-born, Miami-bred b-baller turned disc jockey. This dude throws down some heavy shit.
Richard Grey. Saturday, January 14, 11 p.m., WALL, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. This guy has remixed everybody -- Shakira, Bob Marley, Sebastian Ingrosso. He's released shit on several labels and headlined some of the biggest clubs 'round the world. And for $1200, you and four of your closest friends can catch him live.
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