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No Sugar Added Festival Offers Electronic Music at Nikki Beach Miami

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No Sugar Added, a two-day festival during Miami Music Week, lit up Nikki Beach on Friday and Saturday, March 24-25. Occurring simultaneously with Ultra as well as dozens of other Miami Music Week shows, this festival brought a huge following to the sunny sands of Miami.

 

This festival had a solid spring-break type feel, with many partiers ready to let loose and enjoy the warm sun. Drowning themselves in buckets of beer and pitchers of margaritas, fans ran around the spacious sand-filled area without a care in the world. The rain on Saturday flooded the beach but didn’t come close to denting the fun amidst the crowd. In fact it made the evening more enjoyable, as there was colorful water to splash around in, adding to the “beach rave” vibe.

 

Beach balls, bikinis, and even dollar bills surrounded the crowd that congregated under the tent at the ‘Bingo Beach Stage.’ One of three stage productions, alongside the Dancing Astronaut Stage and the Panda Funk Stage, it contributed to the overall glory of the Miami beach festival scene.

 

Performers across both days included world-renowned artists like 3LAU b2b with Audien, Lost Frequencies, Jauz, Deorro, Oliver Heldens, TJR, Mija, Ummet Ozcan, Henry Fong, Firebeatz, CID, Jonas Blue, Bad Royale, Autograf, SNBRN, The Him, Mike Williams, Chocolate Puma, Bingo Players & more!

 

 

A truly unique experience as compared to other MMW events, No Sugar Added, despite its name, was a strikingly sweet affair. The 7th Annual installation of the extravaganza continued to bring success and prosperity to all the ravers in the nation.

 

Featured Photo: No Sugar Added Facebook Page

Caroline is an avid electronic music enthusiast. Born and raised in the Boston area, Caroline relocated to New York and then again to Florida to complete her Bachelors Degree in Social Entrepreneurship & Business. First attending Wagner College in Staten Island, she transferred to Rollins College in Orlando. Her passion for EDM and music festivals has taken her up and down the East coast, and inspired her to pursue her dreams within the industry. Electronic music truly has been a blessing in her life, and landed her on a path she is sure is her life calling.

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