Miami Music Week

Ultra Music Festival's Carryon Afterparty Schedule: Tiësto, Kaskade, Dirty South, Armin van Buuren

​Attention passengers. You're normally allowed one carry-on

per flight. But Ultra Music Festival is going to go ahead and upgrade that to about

10.



No, we're not actually flying anywhere, but Ultra is

spreading the love with their Carry On series of after parties throughout Miami

Music Week.



Festivities kick off as soon as Wednesday, so some of the "after

parties" actually occur before the festival proper. But we're not physicists or

anything, so we're just going to overlook whatever time-law is being broken

here.


Wednesday is your chance to catch the premiere of the Ultra

movie Can

U Feel It: The UMF Experience, but if you miss out, you can tune in to

Ultra's official Sirius/XM live broadcast of BPM All Girls Sessions from 7 p.m.

to midnight. After the film and virtual spins, you can head over to MIA at

Biscayne for the Can U Feel It after party and rage until the sun comes up.



On Thursday, LIV teams up with the UMF crew to bring you Tiesto

with Cedric Gervais, as well as another after party 'till 6 a.m. at MIA

featuring sets from John O'Callaghan and more.



Friday is the first day of the festival, and if you can

manage to survive the avalanche of wide-eyed pedestrians in the streets around

midnight, you'll have an array of official after parties to choose from. Head

over to Amnesia to catch Kaskade drop some serious electro, seek out the bass

with Dirty South and friends at Mansion, or get housey with Junior Sanchez and

more at MIA.



Saturday, the party continues at MIA with an after-hours set

from old school bad ass Felix Da Housecat, and things wind down Sunday with

Armin Van Buuren at Mansion or another official after party at MIA.



And come Monday, you're not gonna be doing anything other than calling in sick for work and staying in bed with a bottle of 5-HTP. Good luck with that hangover.



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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.