We have finally entered the month of March, which means one of the biggest weeks in electronic music held right in Miami is just around the corner. Bringing back their decade-long tradition for this packed week, Dim Mak spearheaded by Steve Aoki, will return to Miami to host their extraordinary Miami party, Dim Mak Miami 2020.
After throwing down all-night long crazy events for three years in the Wynwood / Arts District, the label is taking things to another level with an eleven-hour pool party starting at noon in South Beach. Held officially at the Nautilus Pool, the 21+ event on Thursday, March 19th will feature support from the label’s most talented current acts, friends, and family leading up to Steve Aoki himself headlining the huge party.
With previous years seeming hard to top, this year will definitely be the most extravagant one yet since it is Steve Aoki’s official Miami stop for his American Neon Future IV: The Color Of Noise Tour. The name references his upcoming album and respected memoir that was released through St. Martin’s Press last year. Prepare yourself to see a day full of unexpected surprises as well since Aoki is known for bringing handfuls of celebrated special guests to his Dim Mak Miami takeovers.
Artists such as DJ Diesel AKA Shaq, The Chainsmokers, Yellow Claw, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Don Diablo, Kayzo, Slushii, Deorro, Cheat Codes, Rich the Kid, Carnage, Afrojack, Waka Flocka Flame, Dada Life, Lil John, Desiigner, Borgore, Getter, and Laidback Luke have made appearances in past years.
There are high expectations that this year will uphold the same huge standard of major guest acts and jaw-dropping performances. Until then, grab your tickets and stay posted for the full lineup announcement set to drop any day now.
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