On Wednesday March 27th, Dim Mak Miami went down at Mana Wynwood with an unreal amount of surprise appearances. With a decade of hosting events, Dim Mak did not disappoint in this cake-filled evening. There was nonstop craziness from 8pm to 3am with a lineup that supported this wild tradition.
From Dim Mak Signees to other top-tier talent, this jam-packed lineup spun so many different genres that made this one of the most unique events of the week. Kendoll kicked off the night, followed by Max Styler, Tisoki, Henry Fong, 4B, and headliner, Steve Aoki. Even in the early hours of the morning, Don Diablo and Slushii did not let the energy die down. Throughout Steve Aoki’s set, he not only brought other artists performing the following night like Kayzo and Cray on stage, but he also brought out Nicky Romero and Showtek. Fans responded shocked–but mostly excited, since they had no idea these legends were even in the building.
Speaking of bringing up people on stage, Steve threw a whopping 10 full cakes onto fans while he played his smash hit, “Cakeface.” A handful of lucky ones had the opportunity to be caked right up on stage. Despite the mess, it is not only a competition to be caked, but an honor since this is a signature part of any Steve Aoki performance.
Later that evening, Steve was also spotted–cake in hand–with the Jonas Brothers at another event. Clearly everybody wants to be caked!
Photos Courtesy of Steve Aoki Facebook
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