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Spinnin’ Hotel Returns to Nautilus: Miami Music Week 2018

Caroline O'Keefe

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Returning in 2018, Spinnin’ Hotel will once again take over South Beach’s Nautilus Cabana Club. Five blissful days of pure sunshine, good vibes, and amazing music that you don’t want to miss. We’ve broken each day down below, with more announcements and details soon to come.

 

Over the last few years Spinnin’ Hotel has hosted dozens of dance music’s elite including Bassjackers, Firebeatz, Jay Hardway, Vinai, Blasterjaxx, Breathe Carolina, Dannic, Henry Fong, Audien, Sander van Doorn, Nervo, Chocolate Puma, Deorro, Don Diablo, Ummet Ozcan, Sophie Francis, Cheat Codes, ALOK, Yves V, Jonas Blue, Lost Kings, Dyro, EDX, Robbie Rivera…and the list goes on. Come & play with us this year as we prepare to celebrate one of the most successful and outrageous sessions yet.

 

 

Set your Music Week off right beginning Wednesday, March 21 with Spinnin’ Sessions. From noon to near midnight each day, grab your friends and tag along with soon to be unveiled DJ/Producers from a variety of styles and genres, as well as performances that will set the tone for another sensational MMW.

 

 

Stepping into Thursday, March 22 you’ll find Robin Schulz & Friends cranking out the dance-y vibes all day long. Grab an ice-cold brew, sway underneath the palms, and take a refreshing dip all while Schulz & Friends provide the soundtrack. Nothing like celebrating Summer’s commencement with “Headlights,” “Heatwave,” “Shed A Light” and the ever-popular “Sugar,” – lest we not forget the ultimate Summer anthem, “Waves.”

 

 

After a wild Thursday night at whichever show you decided to attend during Miami’s mind-blowingly stacked offerings that evening, slide steadily into Friday, March 23 at Spinnin’s Heartfeldt Pool Party. With none other than Sam Feldt leading the crew, expect a pool party of epic proportions as he unfolds with classics like “Been a While,” “Show Me Love,” “Runaways,” and “Yes.” Feldt is making his comeback to Nautilus after last year’s smashing sold-out party for another year of Heartfeldt memories.

 

 

Saturday, March 24 Sander van Doorn presents A Miami Special. Bringing along a yet-to-be-announced lineup, van Doorn surely won’t disappoint as he revisits Nautilus this year. DOORN Records has hosted in prior years with guests like Benny Benassi, Dannic, Firebeatz, Redondo, Robbie Rivera, Yves V, Audien, Nervo, and Matisse & Sadko among others. Stay tuned for more details and Saturday’s full lineup announcement.

 

 

And the party doesn’t stop – we’re running straight into Sunday, March 25 with Spinnin’ Deep Miami. Continuing the pattern from recent years, Spinnin’ Deep will close out the week-long blazing-hot extravaganza. Diving head-first into deep house heaven you’ve got just announced BLR, Chocolate Puma, EDX, The Magician, and Throttle, with more artists to come.

 

Still not sold yet? Watch the Spinnin’ Hotel Miami 2017 Official After movie:

 

Spinnin’ Records has well-earned its prestigious reputation as a worldwide staple in the music industry. This Dutch record label has proved time and time again that they harbor dance music’s most top-notch talent, as well as continue to evolve and grow. Encompassing a plethora of sub-labels, the Spinnin’ umbrella is home to DOORN Records (Sander van Doorn), Fonk Recordings (Dannic), Heldeep Records (Oliver Heldens), HEXAGON (Don Diablo), Maxximize Records (Blasterjaxx), Musical Freedom Records (Tiesto), OZ Records (Ummet Ozcan), and Potion (The Magician) to name a small handful of its impressive repertoire.

 

Open for business from Wednesday, March 21- Sunday, March 25, don’t miss all the fun and games at 2018’s Spinnin’ Hotel. See y’all in Miami!

 

Information and tickets for each of Spinnin’s events can be found at spinninhotel.com. For more about Spinnin’ Records, visit spinninrecords.com.

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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