We’re officially one week away from the biggest party week of the year, Miami Music Week. Following the unforeseen cancellation of Ultra Music Festival, one team that is still going strong in full Miami mode is BLNK CNVS. Dance music enthusiasts and party-goers alike can rest-assured that BLNK CNVS has your back in a plethora of events all week long.
From Wednesday to Sunday, the lineup adventures by BLNK are sweeping through the city on a relentless streak and are 100% guaranteed to go on as planned. Warming things up, attendees can stroll over to the Nautilus Hotel for Sam Feldt’s signature Heartfeldt pool party, this year featuring artists like Cheat Codes, Bakermat, EDX, Vize, and more. The beauty of music week lies within the surreal ability to bounce around from luxury pool settings to smashing warehouse scenes and studio atmospheres in a heartbeat. In this case, on Thursday you’ll find Seven Lions Presents Ophelia at MAPS Backlot, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak throwdown back at Nautilus, and Deadbites with Jauz and Zeds Dead at Soho Studios – and yes, the week is still just getting started.
Friday, fans can wind over to whichever electronic vibe they’re in the mood for, as BLNK has done a standout job in nailing down all sorts of sounds and performances. Diplo, Snails & Friends, Carnage, and Brownies & Lemonade are all on the roster for Friday festivities, each dishing out proper doses of party-centric thrills while amidst the paradiscial shores of Miami.
The best events of the week are only getting better as the weekend rolls around. Saturday, Anjunadeep is securing all your electronic craves as Daniel Curpen, Luttrell, Marsh b2b Nox Vahn, Tinlicker and more are striking a chord through Miami’s veins at MAPS Backlot. Spinnin’ Sessions will be igniting the city per usual back at Nautilus with 100% energy by Brohug, Disco Fries, Kryder, Firebeatz, Morten and a handful of other golden artists. Toe Jam Backlot is raking in crowds Saturday night for Carnage, Valentino Khan’s special guest b2b, Nazaar, Funtcase and several other b2b sets during the Heavyweight Royal Rumble event.
Closing the curtains on music week will be BLNK’s string of Spinnin’ Deep, Monstercat Uncaged, and Rules Don’t Apply events. For those who are still ready to rage come Sunday, Monstercat is shaping up with highly-anticipated tones as the recent reveal of Kayzo, Sullivan King, Eptic, Wooli and others are going to send minds and bodies into the hectic frenzy we just can’t resist. On the other hand, Spinnin’ Deep and Rules Don’t Apply are catering to those looking to end MMW in a blissful state of house, deep-house, and the sexy electronic moods we all know and love. Catch The Magician, Valentino Khan, Malone, Shaun Frank and others at Nautilus, or Walker & Royce, A-Track, Jubilee and more at 1-800-LUCKY.
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Featured Image Courtesy of Heartfeldt
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