Miami seems to be hotter than a typical summer day this month. As the biggest holiday is now days away, there's no doubt that bubbly will be flowing as revelers countdown to midnight and celebrate into the early morning hours of 2013. If that's not appealing enough, the hottest hotels house some of Miami's most exclusive and A-list nightclubs, who in true MIA fashion, are bringing in top notch DJ talent to shake things up on December 31! Read our round up below and for more information on hot and happening parties visit here.
The festival's first day of performers consists of Jay-Z, Skrillex, Miike Snow, Calvin Harris, Maybach Music Group (Feat. Rick Ross, Wale and Meek Mill), Passion Pit, Gary Clark Jr., D'Angelo, Dirty Projectors, Janelle Monae, Prince Royce, Michael Woods, Otto Knows and Savoy.
Day two will bring even more talent like Pearl Jam, Drake, Chris Cornell, Jill Scott, Run DMC/Return of The Legendary Kings of Rock, X, Santigold, DJ Shadow (DJ Set), Betatraxx, Rita Ora, Burns and The Knocks.
Tickets are available here.
Swedish House Mafia has done it again. Within 48 hours of announcing their Masquerade Motel Miami show they sold out all 10,000 tickets for Friday, March 23rd --making them the most coveted act during Miami Music Week! As a result of the incredible demand they've announced a second date for Saturday, March 24. But get on it fast because tickets went on sale TODAY, and if history is any indication they will also sell out within 48 hours! And if you thought seeing Swedish House Mafia alone was a sweet deal, you'll be pleased to know Calvin Harris, Alesso, Thomas Gold (Friday only), Otto Knows (Friday only), AN21(Saturday only), Third Party (Saturday only) and NO_ID will be included in the lineup!
With considerable new material on the scene, there are many names that stand out in terms of who to be on the lookout for in 2012 - and we’re not just talking about your latest friend who downloaded Serato. While choosing a few from the masses is quite a task, a mix of both newcomer and professional talent should be recognized. Some of these artists have already obtained massive popularity for their work while others are still emerging from the shadows (or basements for that matter). Regardless, it is safe to say that the future seems bright for all, so make sure to give these artists a listen.