Here's a musical math lesson. What do you get when you take 16 DJs, divide them by three dance floors, and add everyone 18 years or older?
Well, besides the obvious onslaught of kandi bracelets and neon tanks, you get 1 Night In Miami, Committee Entertainment's latest endeavor.
Committee's the same company behind "the world's largest paint party" Dayglo and Dancegiving Music Festival, and they're kicking off their new monthly at Space this Friday.
With three rooms of banging electro, dubstep, and reggaeton, 1 Night is sure to be an epic rager. But the real sweet spot is the chance to catch headlining performances from Felix Cartal and Harvard Bass, two underground heroes who are guaranteed to keep you twerkin' and jerkin'.
The line-up is filled out with sets from some of Miami's hottest local talent, and an after-hours set from Dayglo's resident DJ David Solano. There will probably be tons of surprises. The event doesn't even give an official end time, because that's how much they don't give a fuck.
1 Night in Miami with Felix Cartal, Harvard Bass, Crespo, Lucho, Chris E, Juan Basshead, Arias, Caligula, DJ Reptile, Dope Arcade, Flo, Emkay, Molina, A-N-D, Vinyl, and David Solano. Friday, February 17 at Space Miami (34 NE 11th St., Miami). Visit clubspace.com for ticket info.
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