They say that the third time’s a charm, but in this case of Cosmic Gate, every time is. The duo will be performing three times over the course of Miami Music Week. With the buzz of their upcoming artist album, Nic & Bossi are ready to lay down some new tunes and give Miami a taste of what they can expect from the Wake Your Mind follow-up.
The first event will be So Get Up Miami! held at Set nightclub Wednesday, March 26th. The evening will feature performances from Audien, BT, Jaytech, Jerome Isma-Ae, as well as Wake Your Mind Records’ very own boss men, Nic & Bossi.
Serving as their only club show during Miami Music Week, Above & Beyond’s Mansion performance will be one for the books. What better way to kick off MMW than with the beloved trio? With support from Norin & Rad and Beckwith, the Anjunabeats kings are making sure South Beach’s Mansion is the only place to be Tuesday, March 25th.
Above & Beyond can also be seen at Ultra Music Festival Saturday, March 29th.
Be sure to check out Wantickets to purchase your tickets for Mansion today!
It's finally March, which means our countdown begins for Miami Music Week, Winter Music Conference, and Ultra. And to celebrate these events, the legendary Paul van Dyk will be making his presence known in Miami on more than one occasion.
The first occasion will be Paul van Dyk’s VANDIT Records AllStars party at Dream. This will feature performances from the label’s very own, Alex M.O.R.P.H. b2b Wood van Eyden, Judge Jules, Maarten de Jong, David Forbes, and many more. Live vocal performances will be seen from Daniel Nitt and ‘We Come Together’ chanteuse Sue McLaren. Finally, the night will feature a very special set from a mystery guest!
Can you tell us about some of the parties/venues that shaped you as an artist and a performer?
Diego Camejo: The first venue I started DJing at consistently was Mokai. Being the resident here has taught me so much. Because it is a small boutique club, it is naturally a very intimate setting. It is a venue where people are not necessarily going to focus on the DJs performance; they’re their to have a good time, which makes it more difficult as a DJ to craft a set that gets people’s attention.
Raised by a family of musicians, Swedish house producer and DJ, John Dahlback, found his niche in electronic music in his early teens. Along with topping international charts, his tracks have appeared on Pete Tong’s Essential Mix and Tiesto’s In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza album. He is the founder and owner of Pickadoll Records (which has released tracks by artists such as Dada Life and Robbie Rivera), and he has played at Belgium's Tomorrowland Festival five times. John is also no stranger to Miami, spinning at the city's biggest EDM-fueled clubs such as Amnesia, SET, and Mansion, amongst others.
Another day, another rager in Miami! As Thursday is the eve of the Ultra Fest, there is an absolute abundance of bacchanal opportunities. With a plethora of huge musical acts at the most poppin’ spots, the festivities shall be flourishing ‘till the break of dawn. Get an early start on the impending musical maelstrom—rage hard and often!
Here’s the low down on all the madness descending on the eve of the ‘fest!
Chuckie & Friends Presents Dirty Dutch at Amnesia
With Miami Music Week in full swing, the million dollar question quickly becomes: Where are we raging? Wednesday offers a slew of nocturnal festivities, featuring the biggest acts in EDM, plentiful booze, and endless opportunity for explicit shenanigans—hooray for hump day!
Here’s the full fiesta line-up!
When: March 21st: 11pm-5am
Snatch your tix to a rowdy night at Amensia, full of righteous tuneage courtesy of caliber acts Axwell, Thomas Gold, and Jacques Lu Cont!
The bad news: Last year the festival was at Bicentennial Park, a significantly smaller venue than this year’s Bayfront Park. There was little to no cellphone connection available, probably because I was sandwiched in a mass of 100,000+ people. I can’t speak for the new venue’s cellphone abilities, but with an additional 50,000 people, I’m assuming the same problem will present itself. Your best bet is to set up sporadic meeting spots amongst your friends throughout the day, in case someone in your group gets separated.