Miami Music Week, the global dance music scene's annual gathering, kicks off later this month in venues across the Florida city.
Climaxing with Ultra Music Festival, between Friday 23rd-Sunday 26th March, Miami Music week features a whole series of parties and showcases from clubs, warehouses and swimming pools across the city.
Check out our day-by-day guide below for the parties you can't afford to miss.
Wednesday 21st March
DJ Mag Poolside Sessions
This year we return to The Surfcomber for our annual Miami poolside party. As always, we present one of Miami Music Week's most diverse line ups. During the day you’ll enjoy sets from house and techno heroes including The Black Madonna, Ellen Alien, Camelphat and Claptone. Then, as the sun sets over the sea, we welcome big room idols Alan Walker, Lost Frequencies and Fedde Le Grand.
Thursday 22nd March
Paradise in Space
Hot Creations & Paradise boss Jamie Jones transports the spirit of Ibiza to Space Miami via his beloved Paradise party, where good music is never a question and proper tunes are always expected. Anticipate a massive line-up of house players including Jamie Jones, Nicole Moudaber, Honey Dijon, Stacey Pullen, Patrick Topping & Lee Foss.
Friday 23rd March
Dim Mak Miami
Steve Aoki's band of Westcoast badboys return to the massive RC Cola Plant in Wynwood for an all-night soirée. The main man Aoki will be joined by Carnage, Dada Life, Cheat Codes & more.
Saturday 24th March
Get Lost Miami
Now in its 13th year, Damian Lazarus' 24-hour event welcomes over 40 artists. Highlights from this year’s bill include a rare performance from legend Arthur Baker, live with Rockers Revenge, Detroit icon Carl Craig, Seth Troxler delivering a special extended 5am opening set, and Wizardry, the trio comprising DJ Three, DJ Tennis and Damian Lazarus. Get Lost lands a new home this time around, which promises three dance floors, art installations and 'secret spaces' where you can, well, get lost.
Sunday 25th March
Subliminal Sessions Pool Party
What better way to finish off Miami Music Week than a poolside session from a DJ who dominated Ibiza for well over a decade. Erick Morillo brings his Subliminal Sessions to the Surfcomber pool with more guests TBA.
How to get there
Fly to Miami from London with British Airways from £554 return.
Fly from Buenos Aires with Aerolineas Argetinias from £887 return
Fly from Toronto to Miami with American Airlines from £229 return
*Prices correct at the time of publication.
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