On Wednesday, March 27th, Dim Mak comes back to Miami Music Week for a late-night affair at Mana Wynwood. Headlined by Steve Aoki, the festivities include a newly announced lineup featuring performances by Slushii, 4B, Henry Fong, Tisoki, Max Styler, Bok Nero, Kendoll and special guest Don Diablo. The party starts at 8PM and ends Thursday morning at 3AM. Tickets on sale now!!!!!
For the past decade, Dim Mak and Steve Aoki have been at the epicenter of Miami Music Week, curating boundary-pushing events year after year. The artists on the 2019 lineup join a stacked list of talent who have graced the Dim Mak stage over previous years, including The Chainsmokers, Yellow Claw, Deorro, Rich the Kid, Dada Life, Carnage, Afrojack, Waka Flocka Flame, Keys N Krates, Lil Jon, Desiigner, Borgore, Getter, Laidback Luke, The Bloody Beetroots, QUIX and many many more. Following last year’s insane show hosted by SHAQ, we are excited to keep the tradition alive in 2019.
DIM MAK MIAMI 2019 Wednesday,
March 27 8:00 PM – 3:00 AM Tickets Mana Wynwood 318 NW 23rd St. Wynwood, FL
*This Event is 18+*
Get in the mood for this year’s show with our Dim Mak Miami Takeover Spotify Playlist:Listen Here
#ULTRA2019 continues to amp up the 2019 edition with every single announcement. The latest being the 2nd phase of artists that will thump the shores of Virginia Key March 29th through the 31st!
In addition to presenting an incredibly impressive RESISTANCE lineup and the RESISTANCE Island tri-stage concept, a new wave of headliners is added to the mix: Adam Beyer b2b Cirez D (OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!), Black Coffee ( LOVE him!), Dog Blood (Skrillex + Boys Noize), Eric Prydz (sssssooo excited for this!), Sven Väth and Tom Morello (Live) while still leaving extra room for more.
Ultra Music Festival Miami has also revealed the day by day lineup for the final weekend of March, unveiling a total of 7 stages. The 2019 edition will see the full rollout of RESISTANCE Island featuring the Carl Cox Megastructure alongside 2 NEW editions: the REFLECTOR and Arrival Stages. The new Live Arena will see the worldwide debut of deadmau5’s ‘Cube 3.0’ concept as well as Gigantic NGHTMRE’s new live show, not to mention massive performances from both ILLENIUM and ODESZA. The Ultra Main Stage will see closing performances from Marshmello, Martin Garrix, and The Chainsmokers throughout the weekend, while the Ultra Worldwide stage will see the return of Dog Blood (Skrillex + Boys Noize) and bass music pioneers, Zeds Dead. Rounding out the weekend, the UMF Radio stage will see label takeovers, with Foreign Family Collective, mau5trap & STMPD setting the lineups each day.
As the excitement for the festival grows, there seems to be an undercurrent worried energy of how transportation will work. The directions and information on the free bus routs and now the ferry (which tickets must be purchased) appear to leave a lot of questions:
How long will it take to get to and from the festival? Rough mathing it, lets say we have 100,000 attendees per day and it takes about an hour for a bus to make a full round trip (pick up, drop off, back to pick up location), and each bus can fit up to 80 people, there would need to be a total of 1,250 bus trips. Divid that by 3 (three different locations – not counting the ferries) each location will ‘produce’ 417 trips. Not bad really. Just be prep yourself for a 2-3 hour journey into the festival (pretty average wait time for a festival this size).
How will the VIP entrance experience differ from GA ticket holders? VIP tickets average to be about 3X more than GA, in the past there was a difference and fast entrance, elevating the whole VIP experience… Now, does the festival expect for these ticket holders to pay so much and not have an expedited entrance, shared buses and pay EXTRA for a ferry ride? Hopefully this is something they’re developing and will let ticket holders know separately.
What will leaving Virginia Key be like? Again, the rough math from above makes the idea of leaving a little tense. Leaving Ultra in the past was organized and fast, though it provided multiple exits… Virginia Key only offers 2. So this is something we for sure look forward to learning more about.
More announcements to come! But we’re just about 2 months away from the greatest weekend of electronic music and WE. CAN’T. WAIT!!!!!!
The Indy 500 Snake Pit presented by Coors Light announces the return of Skrillex to its legendary decs. Along side him, Alesso, Illenium and Chris Lake will be making their debut to the snake pit stage in the infield of Turn 3.
The 2019 lineup mixes up legendary Skrillex beats with main stage veterans Alesso & Illenium and sprinkles some house-techno bass by Chris Lake & Ricky Retro. We can’t wait for the electronic music journey the 2019 Snake Pit has in store for us!!!
So get your Coors Lights ready, your jean shorts short and your red-white-and-blue gear ready for a Memorial Day weekend that will set your tan-lines up for a killer summer.
You must be at least 18 years old to gain access to the Snake Pit. You also need a valid general admission or reserved seat ticket for the race.
General admission and VIP tickets are already on sale here. General admission tickets are $45 and VIP tickets are $135.
Tickets for the 103rd Indianapolis 500 are available online at ims.com. The race is Sunday, May 26.
Movement Music Festival, one of the longest running and most acclaimed electronic music festivals in the world, is pleased to reveal the full lineup for 2019, taking place Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-27 inside Hart Plaza, Detroit’s legendary riverfront park.
Festival organizers Paxahau previously announced a lineup preview, which included UK dance music pioneers Orbital, who will be performing live for the first time in Detroit in almost 20 years; as well as Amelie Lens, Stephan Bodzin – live, Chris Lake, Danny Brown,Hot Since 82, Floorplan – live, DJ Nobu and Heiko Laux. Today’s announcement features 79 additional acts, including GRAMMY-nominated producers Disclosure, who will be performing their acclaimed DJ set packed with new material and exciting production elements. Other notable acts announced today include Michigan native and “future funk” trailblazer, GRiZ who will be bringing his acclaimed live show to Movement; a special b3b set from Techno stalwarts Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber, and Paco Osuna who are reuniting after a legendary performance at Nicole’s MoodRAW night at Output in New York; Off-White founder and Louis Vuitton’s artistic director Virgil Abloh delivering an exclusive DJ set exploring the robust relationships between fashion and music; Superstar MC and trap music pioneer Gucci Mane; and Korean-American artist and rising global sensation, Yaeji, who is known to blend both House and Hip-Hop coupled with lyrics in both Korean and English. Complete lineup listing can be found below.
The full lineup, in alphabetical order by day, is as follows:
SATURDAY, MAY 25
SUNDAY, MAY 26:
MONDAY, MAY 27:
Al Ester b2b Earl Mixxin Mckinney
Audion – live
Asher Perkins & Rex Sepulveda: Front to Front – live
Dabrye + Kadence
Disclosure – DJ set
Charlotte de Witte
Detroit Techno Militia 2×4
Kenny Larkin – live
FJAAK – live
LSD (Luke Slater, Function, Steve Bicknell)
Floorplan – live
Maya Jane Coles
Dubfire b3b Nicole Moudaber b3b Paco Osuna
Hot Since 82
Octave One – live
Kevin Saunderson b2b The Saunderson Brothers
Ryan Crosson b2b Shaun Reeves
Mathew Jonson – live
Remote Viewing Party
Tin Man – live
Shigeto – live
Tale Of Us
The Advent – live
WAJATTA – live (John Tejada x Reggie Watts)
Movement 2019 3-Day Weekend and Daily Passes for both GA and VIP are now available for purchase at www.movement.us. Payment Plan options are also available.
RESISTANCE, Ultra Worldwide’s esteemed underground concept, has come a long way since its Ultra debut as a single stage in 2015. With Ultra Music Festival 2019 around the corner, RESISTANCE has announced that it will be returning to Miami this year with its most ambitious plans yet.
Following the news that Ultra Music Festival officially moved to its new venue at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park & Miami Marine Stadium, RESISTANCE has revealed that it will have its own island, taking over the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park side of the venue for the weekend. This comes as a significant upgrade as the concept will have more space and hours to use than ever before. The festival will officially run from 2pm – 2am on all three days.
With the RESISTANCE island takeover official, the organizers have announced that for the first time ever, it will be hosting the Carl Cox MegaStructure for the entire weekend. The King himself is set to headline all three days, with an additional exclusive B2B set on Saturday with a special guest. While Carl will be leading the charge at the MegaStructure all weekend, Richie Hawtin’s PLAYdifferently will run a takeover at a brand new RESISTANCE structure on Saturday. This however, is not the only plans RESISTANCE has for its island.
In addition, RESISTANCE plans to utilize its expansive space by bringing in a third stage, aptly named The Arrival. For those unfamiliar with The Arrival, it is the stage that comes straight from the PLAYGROUND Sound Camp at Burning Man.
Armed with three stages and newly extended hours, RESISTANCE did not hold back on its program, dropping its most comprehensive lineup to date. In addition to RESISTANCE Global Ambassador, Carl Cox, and Richie Hawtin, headliners include the likes of the Adam Beyer, and Sasha | John Digweed, acts that are jumping from one island to another after enjoying a stellar season as RESISTANCE Ibiza residents last summer. In addition to Adam playing his own set, the Don of Drumcode will be teaming up for a highly anticipated B2B set with Cirez D.
Headliners making their RESISTANCE Miami debut include Deadmau5’s techno alias, Testpilot, Belgium’s Charlotte de Witte and Italy’s Ilario Alicante. Meanwhile, techno pioneer and Cocoon boss Sven Väth returns to Ultra Music Festival for the first time since 2013.
Moreover, RESISTANCE Miami will see the return of the rare B3B set between Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber and Paco Osuna, as well as an exclusive B2B set between Jamie Jones and Joseph Capriati. The rest of the headliners include Art Department, Black Coffee, Hot Since 82, Joris Voorn, Loco Dice, Maceo Plex, The Martinez Brothers, Matador, Nic Fanciulli, and Tale Of Us.
While the headliners are great, RESISTANCE did not hold restraint on any of their support bookings either. Alan Fitzpatrick, Andrea Oliva, Dennis Cruz, Enrico Sangiuliano, La Fleur, Noir, Richy Ahmed, Camelphat and Solardo will all be making their RESISTANCE Miami debut, with the last two set to go B2B. Additional support acts include ANNA, Chip E, Christian Smith, Cristoph, Hector, Jon Rundell, Josh Wink, Luigi Madonna, Marco Bailey, Pleasurekraft, Popof, Stefano Noferini, and Technasia B2B Carlo Lio.
Carl Cox returns to San Francisco on March 22nd to perform at the Midway to raise funds for his theme camp, Playground.
Carl has become a fixture at the counter-culture event going on ten years now, and has a special place in his heart and mind for the both people and the experience itself. He knew after his first Burning Man experience, that he had the soul of a burner and vowed to attend every Burning Man he could.
Carl started his Playground Camp as a way to celebrate all that Burning Man is, and as a way to give back to a culture that he loves. It started small and most who landed in the camp that first year were those just passing by to get someplace else, but the music and vibe pulled them in. From that humble start it has steadily grown over the years and in a very organic way because the energy, music and people are what makes Playground so special. Each year the camp receives hundreds of requests to join and Carl makes every effort to include as many new members as possible.
When Carl returns to the playa with Playground this year, you can expect that he will make the experience unforgettable in every way possible and put every bit of raised funds toward an even more amazing production than last year. From Playground’s welcoming lounge area with space to chill and drinks on tap, to the now iconic Arrival stage, you can bet that Carl and the whole Playground team are always striving to deliver an immersive experience to remember forever.
Playground Cam Fundraiser Burning Man 2019 Lineup:
The 2019 edition of Coachella will have Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, DJ Snake, Hot Since 82, Weezer, Rüfüs Du Sol (personal FAVORITE!!), Solange, DVSN, Wiz Khalifa, J Balvin, ZEDD, Khalid, Diplo, and many many more artist take over the Indio, California desert grounds! 2019 Coachella tickets on sale this Friday, January 4th at 11AM PT, so get your computers ready, because passes will sale out fast!
The impending evolution of the World’s Premier Electronic Music Festival is upon us. With a vast new space for fans to explore, the ULTRA experience will be more immersive than ever before.
Just weeks after event organizers announced its move to Historic Virginia Key, Ultra Music Festival has now dropped the first installment of the 2019 lineup ahead of its 21st edition. Featuring world-class, top-tier international talent, Ultra Music Festival will commence its tenure at Miami’s beautiful HistoricVirginia Key Beach Park & Miami Marine Stadium on March 29, 30, and 31 2019. Set to finish two hours later at 2am, the festival will see extended set times and performances throughout, in what promises to be its most expansive edition yet.
Ultra Music Festival – voted the World’s #1 Festival by DJ Mag for the third successive year – has confirmed headlining performances from dance music’s finest, including Afrojack, Alesso, Armin van Buuren, The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, NGHTMRE + SLANDER present: Gud Vibrations, REZZ, Testpilot, Tiësto, Zedd and Zeds Dead. Additionally, next year’s edition will see the much-anticipated Miami return of DJ Mag’s #1 DJ in the World for the third year running – Martin Garrix, who last performed at the festival in 2017. ULTRA veteran David Guetta will also make his way back to Miami with an entirely new show that’s being kept firmly under wraps.
RESISTANCE, which, after a year of global domination this year picked up its own accolade as the DJ Awards’ Best Ibiza Night, will return in full force, boasting sets from house and techno’s most in-demand artists, including Adam Beyer, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones B2B Joseph Capriati, Maceo Plex, The Martinez Brothers, and a special B2B for legendary pioneers Sasha & John Digweed. Techno titans Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber, and Paco Osuna will also join forces once more for a rare B3B set. The festival will also see Loco Dice and Richie Hawtin take to the decks in Miami for the first time since 2016 along with techno masterminds and Afterlife label curators Tale of Us. This year RESISTANCE will be hosted on its very own island in the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, as it takes on a larger role than ever within the festival.
In addition to its staple Main Stage, RESISTANCE and ULTRA Worldwide stage, Ultra Music Festival will debut a brand new Live Arena showcasing a string of live performances from some of the scene’s most iconic names. Galantis, Louis The Child are just some of the artists that will join the fold. Renowned for their cinematic live performances, ODESZA will be making an emphatic return to ULTRA with a set full of surprises. DJ extraordinaire deadmau5 will premiere his brand new Cube 3.0 stage production, in what will be a mau5 worldwide debut. ILLENIUM will also perform an exclusive debut live show for the 2019 edition.
Ultra Music Festival 2019 – PHASE ONE LINEUP (ALPHABETICAL ORDER)
Adam Beyer | Afrojack | Alesso | Armin van Buuren | Carl Cox| The Chainsmokers | David Guetta | Dubfire B3B Nicole Moudaber B3B Paco Osuna | Jamie Jones B2B Joseph Capriati | Loco Dice | Maceo Plex | Marshmello | Martin Garrix | The Martinez Brothers | NGHTMRE + SLANDER present: Gud Vibrations | REZZ | Richie Hawtin | Sasha | John Digweed | Tale of Us | Testpilot | Tiësto | Zedd | Zeds Dead
Deadmau5 (Cube 3.0 Worldwide Debut) | Galantis | GRiZ | ILLENIUM | Louis The Child | ODESZA
ANNA | Brooks | Cash Cash | Charlotte De Witte | Cosmic Gate | Fedde Le Grand | G Jones | GG Magree | Golden Features | Infected Mushroom | Jai Wolf | Jeffrey Sutorius (formerly Dash Berlin) | Junior Sanchez | Kasbo | Kayzo | Lost Frequencies | Lost Kings | Luigi Madonna | Marco Bailey | Matisse & Sadko | Nora En Pure | Party Favor | Phantoms | Pleasurekraft | Popof | Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano | Technasia | TV Noise | Vini Vici | Whethan | Young Bombs
Spring Awakening will keep Chicago’s festival life dancing in 2019. Debuting a new location, the EDM festival shows the possibility for bigger production, more carnival like ride possibilities, and maybe even more stages. The landscape of Chicago’s historic Douglas Park provides the perfect backdrop to an amazing 3-day festival experience with extra “curious corners to find and lose oneself in.”
Spring Awakening Music Festival will take place starting on June 7th 2019 through the 9th. Early bird passes go on sale Tuesday, November 13th on the Spring Awakening website. If you purchased tickets for Spring Awakening 2016, 2017 or 2018, you should receive an email with a loyalty code on November 12th, the code will allow you to purchase discounted tickets for the 2019 fest!
I love summer. I love summer so much, that I save all my complains for cold months. I don’t let a single negative word come out of my mouth while the sweet summer heat goldens my skin. That’s why North Coast Music Festival is bitter sweet. NCMF means the end of summer, our last chance to let our hair down and rock the grounds of a park somewhere in some city (this case Union Park, Chicago), celebrating our love for music and all the fun summer has brought… But enough with this weather analogy, NCMF is the perfect way to celebrate the closing of yet another great summer while staying positive, got it!
This year, I raffled off tickets (Thank you thank you North Coast!) tickets to bring along 2 music festival lovers! These lucky gals, joined my photog/dancer/musician friend Kayla as we taught them the culture and life of festival going! It was their first festival ever! We booked our rooms, planned our festival outfits, packed our weekenders and hit the road to Chicago.
The summer humidity was on blast and the heat was perfect. As we walked through the gates of the festival, we roam each stage and area of the grounds. We checked out the venders, the art, and familiarized ourselves with each state and location. Our first full set was DVSN, then we planned to split as some of wanted to check out Miguel and others wanted see Axwell /\ Ingrosso. That was our plan. That was probably the plan for many. Unfortunately Chicago had other plans in mind.
As we we ran to our hotel through the streets of Chicago, we kissed all frustrations goodbye and allowed ourselves to be playful in the rain. Last time we enjoyed playing in the rain was when we were kids and North Coast (Mother Nature really but let’s go with it) gave us the opportunity to do so again! So thank you NCMF! In our minds we still had 2 full days, so cutting one day short was no problem.
Half way through DVSN’s amazing set, the rain went from an annoying mist, to a full blown storm. The winds blew tents over, the water quickly gathered creating puddles elephants wold love to play in, and the vibe went from festivity to run-for-safety. For our, and everyone working/preforming at North Coast, safety, the festival was closed for the night. Big acts Axwell /\ Ingross and Miguel were cancelled.
Saturday was promising! We went to a fun brunch, we fueled our bodies with mimosas and joy and off we went to celebrate day 2! Our plan was to loudly dance in the silent disco, check out the live art, ride the disco shark, check out new artists and dance to the craziness that is DJ Snake. I also did fall in love with The Polish Ambassador & Diplomatic Scandal. I loved everything about them and their music.
Unfortunately, the windy city kept it’s nickname proud and gates were shot early due to severe weather warnings. Listen, we’re all for safety and making sure our bodies don’t over work themselves, so we were OK leaving a little early. Out of our Saturday plan, all we missed was DJ Snake, so it was a successful day.
Sunday was the day we set to really check out new artists and fall in love with new music. After our traditional visit to the infamous bean, which BTWs it’s actually called ‘Cloud Gate’ – 🤦🏽♂️ did not know that- we head into our final NCMF day. We really wanted to check out Crywolf. So glad we did! He’s whole vibe and set were perfect. We sat on the ground and watch festival goers dance, blow glitter into the air and lounge on huge picnic blankets. We even caught a sweet sweet moment of mom and son sharing their love of music. Jacob Banks blew our minds off! His voice, is amazing! His vibe, is full of life and soul. Everything about his set and performance had us all in awe.
Despite the early closure of Friday and Saturday and having to leave early Sunday, we’re happy to report that our North Coast Music Festival 2018 was an absolute success. Will we do it again? 100%. Will I recommend it to others? 100%. Will I try to have another contest for next NCMF? 100%!! Thank you North Coast for keeping us safe and taking good care of us. Thank you for the new music and thank you for the good times. I’m happy to say that I will see you again next year.
Did you go to North Coast? Let me know about your experience! Who was our favorite artist? Favorite stage? Favorite food vendor? I want to know it all!