Staff at a reopened Florida nightclub have tested positive for coronavirus.
As venues and public spaces across the globe relaxed shutting restrictions following the COVID-19 pandemic, an Orlando nightclub has confirmed that three staff at Gilt have tested positive for the virus. The venue issued masks and asked clubbers to social distance and sanitize, but a weekly "health report" from the club confirmed that three members of Gilt staff have contracted COVID-19.
Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando has revealed its line-up, with over 100 artists, labels and brands descending on the three-day festival.
Taking place from the 8th November to 10th November at Tinker Field, the expanded festival has gained a further 20 acres around the baseball stadium.
Debutants ANNA, Fisher, Gorgon City and Nora En Pure will join the likes of Chris Lake, Charlotte de Witte, Eric Prydz, REZZ, with the event also featuring a special B2B from Tiga and DJ Tennis.
Ultra Miami will return to Bayfront Park for Ultra 2020.
After months of uncertainty, Miami City Commisioners voted yesterday (25th) to allow Ultra to return to the waterfront, after decreasing the amount of votes needed in order to secure the location.
Last month, Point Blank made their way to Florida to attend the annual Miami Music Week Winter Music Conference. Now, they have unveiled exactly what they got up to whilst they were there; from interviewing legendary DJs and producers to sitting in on thought-provoking panels, hosting beat-making sessions and of course checking out the epic parties on offer, see what went down at WMC 2019 in their Miami Music Week video roundup.
A man (or should that be man-machine?) in Florida has officially changed his name to Kraftwerk.
Very little is known about him, however Kraftwerk has been kind enough to document a day in his life via a Flickr page.
Not yet open two years, Heart in Downtown Miami has changed the personality of the city’s nightlife. Featuring dance music on Fridays and Saturdays — which goes far into what would be office hours the next day — the 2,000-capacity, three level club, which is one of the only venues holding a 24-hour license in Florida, is known for its extended DJ sets. Under the experienced supervision of Louis Puig, formerly of Space — located next door — and with the unerring booking skills of Travis Rogers, Heart is just as much about growing talent as it is about hosting already big name selectors.