Hello everyone! Parts of today’s article about this year’s Miami Music Week contains section of the same article we posted last year. Just a heads up in case parts of it look familiar to you.
It’s that time of the year again when the bass thumping sounds of EDM and Ultra Music Festival gets to resonate in your balcony. The crowded streets of both Downtown and Miami Beach start buzzing with excitement. Although the sights and sounds are still a week away, Miami Music Week’s yearly tenure in March can already be felt as the city prepares to host guests from all over the world. If fun in the sun and a chance to mingle in the VIP area fits your ideal spring break then I’ll phrase this article in one sentence: this is definitely a good week to come visit if you wish to see Miami in full swing 🙂
Miami Music Week, also known as The Winter Music Conference (WMC), continues to be one of the premier events in electronic music worldwide. Since 1985, it has been a successful forum to showcase the latest in electronic music as well as tremendous opportunity for emerging and underground producers to present their talents. Originally a convention of no more than 100 attendees, it has since grown to include over 500 official events spread throughout various venues in Downtown Miami and Miami Beach and draw a worldwide crowd from six of the seven continents. On larger scale, it’s worth noting that this doesn’t include the dozens if not hundreds of other “unofficial” events that take place after hours at other private events.
The week’s signature staple, Ultra Music Festival, famously known for transforming Bayfront Park into party central, is already sold out.
Although Ultra may have sold out already and may be too packed for our taste, there definitely isn’t a shortage of things to do throughout this week. Almost every major lounge, hotel, nightclub and bar is most likely throwing some form of event. What this means to you is be prepared to expect MAJOR traffic.
Earlier this morning I was asked, Marcelo, how come you’re covering Music Week if The Miami Observer is a real estate news source? The answer comes down to understanding the lifestyle of our city and reminding my readers that one of the greatest perks of doing real estate here is enjoying the exciting events others also attend.
Below I included the list of events I’m personally attending and that I can definitely recommend. For additional information on these/other events you’re welcome to follow the links below.
Helpful Links: Miami Music Week
As a longtime advocate of Miami and its wide array of cultural events, I will be attending and providing coverage to many of the events taking place this year. If you happen to see me, come by and say hi 🙂
Important note: While we are always the first in advocating for a great time, be mindful of others enjoying themselves as well. Please avoid drinking and driving to and from events. Be polite! especially with folks that may be out of town and may not know how to get around. Most of all, try to stay out of the evening news. If jumping out of your balcony towards the pool sounds like a good idea to you, it’s not.
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