WMC Tuesday Party Roundup: Steve Aoki, Nervo and more!
Tuesday's lineup of world-famous DJs will keep WMC's non-stop party going

Tuesday boozeday is quickly approaching, giving us yet another reason to rage face from sunrise to sunset.  Here’s a list of the hottest parties happening:


Shelter featuring Timmy Regisford at Shine at The Shelborne South Beach: 10PM - 5AM

Timmy Regisford had a dream 19 years ago, that one day, Club Shelter parties would be held around the world.  Regisford made that dream a reality, starting off in New York City and now boasting an international network of Club Shelter events.  Focusing on soulful house music, Regisford and his team of Shelter DJs are giving the Shelborne a night of old-school house music partying. Enter our giveaway now to get free admission to this WMC event and others at The Shelborne! 

 Subliminal Sessions feat Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia + more at Amnesia: 11PM - 5AM

From the names in the event title, it’s easy to tell this group of DJs will be spinning a sick party at the always-entertaining Amnesia.

From Erick Morillo’s progressive house anthems that are belted out around the world, to Danny Tenaglia’s thick and reverberating rhythms, I’m afraid Amnesia’s massive ceilings may cave in from such musical force.

The full lineup is as follows:


Erick Morillo

Danny Tenaglia

Sunnery & Ryan (TBC)

Sympho Nympho

Sneaky Sound System

Carl Kennedy

more TBA

Benny Benassi and Friends at LIV inside the Fontainebleau Hotel: 10PM - 5AM

Featuring Artists: Martin Solveig, Harvard Bass, Congorock

Tuesday’s collaboration sets just keep getting better with the stellar lineup LIV has produced.  Benny Benassi is arguably one of the world’s most famous DJs, with over a decade of hit-making tucked neatly under the Italian tech-house DJ’s belt.

Benassi will spin alongside Martin Solveig, whose infamous hit “Hello” we can all recall playing on repeat last summer.  His poppy-progressive mixes will complement Harvard Bass’s funky choice of instruments, samples and BPM counts. And we can’t forget about Congorock, with his cranking twists and instrumental riffs.  

LIV can pack out any night of the week - it’s easily the most fabulous and sought-after club in Miami.  But this night will be especially ridiculous, as LIV’s falling confetti and exotic decorations welcome in an explosively famous lineup.

Dim Mak Miami feat Steve Aoki, Datsik and More at Mansion: 11PM - 7AM

Starting a music label is not a foreign idea for famous DJs. And while many have tried their hand at the tedious craft, there is one success story that stands out above the rest: Dim Mak Records.

Founded in 1996 by electro-house giant Steve Aoki, the label now lays claim to some of the largest names in the house music game.  Dim Mak will tout its star-studded roster at newly-renovated Mansion.  Performers include Steve Aoki, Datsik, Joachim Garraud, Felix Cartal, Nervo, AutoErotique, Dirtyphonics, Alvin Risk, Mustard Pimp, Angger Dimas, PeaceTreaty, John Dahlback, Spencer & Hill and Lazy Rich.

This eclectic group ranges from heavy dubstep to speedy techno, and everything in between.  To the music connoisseur who enjoys all things electro, this night is for you.

Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike with special guest Nervo at Mokai: 11PM - 7AM

Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike have taken the world by storm in the past two years with their rising electro anthems.  Between producing the official theme-song for the massive European music Festival Tomorrowland, and their long-standing DJ residencies in Ibiza, these two have a bright future ahead.

With the clever addition of Nervo, this night will be all about keeping it in the family.  Nervo is comprised of Australian twins Miriam and Olivia Nervo.  The DJs have also worked as fasion models and songwriters, finally settling in to their current position of all-around superstars. The sisters’ music dabbles in everything from underground to pop, with a never-ending emphasis on keeping their sounds fresh and original.

This family-love night takes place at Mokai, one of the hardest clubs to get into on South Beach, so make sure to purchase your tickets ahead of time! For a special discount on tickets, use groupcode: JOONBUG.


Miami Massive 2012 at Nikki Beach: 12PM - 5AM

Nikki Beach just wont call it quits.  The uber-fabulous inside-outside venue will provide a backdrop for the fourth annual Miami Massive, boasting a hand-picked lineup of European superstars.

With warm sand, multiple stages, swinging hammocks and luxurious cabanas, come start your day at the exclusively private beach, and finish your evening inside Nikki Beach’s intimate and sexy club.

The lineup is as follows:

Agent Greg

The Cube Guys

Etienne Ozbourne



Taras van de Voorde

Baggi Begovic

Filthy Rich

Prok & Fitch

Dave Lambert

Sem Thomasson





Ean Sugarman

Markus Gardeweg

Tristan Garner

Amo & Navas

Mark Ivan


Sick Individuals

Blonde Celine

Ed Whitty

Blake Jarrell

Jerome Isma-Ae

Plastic Funk

Dan Marciano

Tim Mason

Michael Canitrot

MC Flipside

Project 46

Thomas Sagstad

Mitch Crown

Franky Rizardo

Saved at SET with Nic Fanciulli: 11PM - 7AM

Nic Fanciulli is a super-famous UK DJ, but perhaps more importantly, he is one of the main developers of label Saved Records.  The Grammy nominated producer has helped nurture Saved Records to success, using his own musical expertise to skyrocket Saved to international fame.

Fanciulli will present his band of Saved DJs at Set, offering an array of musical sects ranging from commercial house to underground techno.



Paul Oakenfold headlines The 5th Annual Future Classics Pool Party at The National Hotel: 12PM - 11PM

The Future Classics Pool Party is back and better than ever in its fifth year of raging.  With world-renowned DJ Paul Oakenfold at center stage, this pool party is no kiddie stuff.


Oakenfold is one of the most recognizable names in the music world, with years of resident DJ experience across the globe.  His sounds are uniquely unforgettable, and when tied together with his astonishing visual effects, Oakenfold is widely-regarded as a must-see performer. 


Come catch some rays at The National Hotel pool with Oakenfold laying down some classically rowdy beats.