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EDM's biggest party of the year: A Miami Music Week 2023 field guide

What is three words and means, "I'm having the time of my life?" We're here to tell you what that entails down below.

Miami Music Week is almost here — and BLNK CNVS has put together quite the collection of shows spanning from house-oriented pool parties to the OUTRO bass music closing warehouse party. And given that spring break is just days away, it's time to start buying tickets and making plans.

BLNK CNVS is one of the leading promoters in the EDM industry and has been bringing crazy names to Florida for multiple years now. Every year, they do it up big for MMW, a time that serves as the kick-off to EDM festival season where artists debut new music, new sets, new stages and surprises.

As of this date of publishing, the lineup for their OUTRO Closing Party on Sunday, March 26 just dropped, featuring a stacked roster of talent including SVDDEN DEATH, NGHTMRE, Jauz, Kill The Noise, Lucille Croft, COM3T and a special b3b that is still unannounced. Tier 1 tickets are already sold out.

Space Laces at the sold-out NGHTMRE b2b Peekaboo party at MAPS Backlot in 2022. Photo by ACRE MEDIA.

Whether you're looking for a more intimate experience or a larger-scale production, we think you'll be able to find exactly what your rave heart desires.

Their roster of 2023 MMW venues includes spaces ranging from 400 to 5,000 in size, so there's an experience for everyone's preference:

  • Nautilus Hotel

  • The Surfcomber Kimpton Hotel

  • MANA Wynwood

  • MAPS Backlot

  • The FREEHOLD Miami

  • Oasis Wynwood

  • MAD Club

The Nautilus Hotel pool is one of the several venues BLNK CNVS is throwing music week shows at.

BLNK CNVS co-founder Eric Fuller had this to say about the Miami Music Week festivities.

“We are proud to bring a space where labels and brands can showcase their roster of talent,” Fuller said. “Miami Music Week has always been known as the kick-off to festival season, and one of our goals has been to create a space where fans can hear the music they love.”

As FBI agents, our role here is providing a guide to help you navigate the landscape of the EDM community's biggest week of the year.

So whether you like to fist-pump, headbang or everything in between—this is for you.


If you're lacking Vitamin D:

Spinnin' Sessions Pool Party at Nautilus (3/22)

Cafe Mambo Ibiza at Surfcomber (3/22)

Heldeep Pool Party at Nautilus (3/23)

Loud Luxury Pool Party at Surfcomber (3/23)

All Gone Pete Tong Pool Party at Surfcomber (3/24)

Anjunabeats Pool Party at Nautilus (3/26)

Galantis Pool Party at Surfcomber (3/26)

If you're a house head who is afraid of the sun:

ANTS Miami at Oasis (3/22)

Confession Takeover at Oasis (3/23)

Chris Lake at Oasis (3/24)

If you're a basshead, you don't get pool parties, you get neck damage:

Miami Music Week OUTRO bass party at MANA (3/26)

Wooli b2b Trivecta at MAPS Backlot for the sold-out Ophelia takeover in 2022.

If good vibes are your thing:

Bitbird Takeover at The FREEHOLD (3/22)

Galantis at MAPS Backlot (3/23)

Dim Mak Takeover at MAPS (3/24)

Nitti & Friends at FREEHOLD (3/25)

Alan Walker at Oasis (3/26)

Steve Aoki at the DIM MAK label showcase in 2022 at Oasis Wynwood. Pic by Rob Flagg

If you want to be put into a trance-like state:

CRi, Durante and Nils at MAD Club (3/24)

Anjunadeep at MAPS (3/25)

Markus Schulz at MAD Club (3/25)

Photo from the Nautilus pool in 2022 at the Anjunabeats showcase by Tyler Fuhrmeister / Arfa Khatri

BLNK CNVS Co-Founder Paul Reed encouraged fans to keep their eyes peeled for not only shows in Miami, but in Nashville later this year as well. He said that fans are not going to want to miss the surprises BLNK CNVS have up their sleeve.

“We are so excited to be back in 2023 for MMW,” said Paul Reed, BLNK CNVS Co-Founder. “Last year was the first year back after COVID, and it was incredible to see the fans and old friends back in Miami. This year is going to be even bigger, as EDM has continued to grow as a community. We're proud to be part of that growth not only here in South Florida, but also in Nashville."

With so much going on, we can't help but to think the music week festivities are the place to be. Grab your tickets now before prices go up.


Dubstep news reporter Dustin Fletcher can be found on Twitter.

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