#Protocol305 - March 28thNicky Romero's Protocol party is always a big deal during Miami Music Week, as the Dutch DJ brings out an impressive list of talent each and every time. This year, he's armed with support from Deniz Koyu, Ansolo, Arno Cost and more as he takes to one of the city's hottest clubs, Mansion, for what is easily one of our most anticipated parties.
Spinnin' Sessions - March 25thAs one of the most influential labels in EDM at the moment, there's no reason not to hit up Spinnin' Records' Spinnin' Sessions party, which now boasts a second stage for sub-label Spinnin' Deep.
Across both stages, we'll see artists like Jay Hardaway, DubVision, Sam Feldt, Chocolate Puma and more take to the decks for what we predict will be an impressive showcase of the label's talent.
X Miami - March 25thSteve Angello's new-ish label, X, is putting on a deep tech showcase down in Miami this week at the Delano, and it's easily one of the most hyped events.
While there, Angello will don his Mescal Kid persona for what is sure to be an intimate and special set. Along for the ride with the Swedish DJ are labelmates Trent Cantrelle, Armanda Pena and more. The event will no doubt be a departure from Angello's typical big room, anthemic sound, but for those looking for something a bit different this week, this is one show that you shouldn't miss.
Drumcode - March 29thReady for a marathon? Adam Beyer is putting on a 12 hour party to showcase his label Drumcode. As the MMW closing party, this epic night will be going down on Sunday at Space from 10pm - 10am, making it the very last party to take place during the week.
To help him out, Beyer is bringing along Ida Engberg, Alan Fitzpatrick, Bart Skils and more for a night of heavy techno and sweaty dancing.
Count us in!
No Sugar Added - March 27th-28thAs one of Miami Music Week's biggest events, No Sugar Added is almost like a mini-festival. Spread over two days, three stages, and running from 12pm - 5am, this year's lineup for NSA is huge, with headliners in the form of Adventure Club, Arty, The Chainsmokers, NERVO and more all gearing up to deliver an unforgettable weekend.
With its perfect location (the famous Nikki Beach) and vast array of different artists, No Sugar Added is set to have another epic outing this year that may provide a nice alternative for those who chose not to shell out the money for an Ultra ticket.
Big Beat & Friends - March 26thAtlantic Records subsidiary Big Beat Records is throwing what looks to be one of the hottest pool parties of Miami Music Week. Spinning behind the decks will be Galantis, Clean Bandit, Dash Berlin and Cash Cash, among others, making up what is a very exciting and eclectic lineup.
Add in the fact that this one is taking place at the Delano, Miami Music Week's official hotel, and you have what is sure to be a must-attend event that you'll definitely find us at on Thursday.
Dada Land Compound - March 28thOlle and Stefan are currently on their Dada Land Compound Tour, and having caught them this past weekend in Toronto, I can safely say that this is one event I wish I had time for down in Miami.
Complete with champagne showers, epic pillow fights and jaw-dropping laser shows, the Dada Land Compound tour is a sight to behold. Add in the fact that the boys will be bringing along support in the form of Tritonal, Morgan Page, Henry Fong and more, and you have the perfect recipe for an absolutely wild and rowdy night with some of the most entertaining DJs in the industry.
Red Bull Guest House - March 26th - 29thThough this one is pretty much invite only, if you can somehow find a way into the Red Bull Guest House, we highly suggest that you check it out on at least one of the three days.
This particular party never disappoints, and 2015 looks to be another winner for Red Bull. Sunday is receiving the most hype thus far, what with Kygo and Thomas Jack both taking the decks, but the whole weekend looks like a blast, with Guy Geber, Seth Troxler, Lil Wayne and more all making appearances. Plus, with the event going into the wee hours of the morning (it ends at 6am), Red Bull's famous "breakfast club" party is sure to be a big hit as well.
We're All We Need - March 26thStopping in Miami for one performance only are Above & Beyond, who will be touching down in the Sunshine State for what is sure to be a very special night. With support from labelmates Lane 8, Ilan Bluestone and more, this will be your only chance to catch the trance trio this week.
If you count yourself a fan of the group, we definitely recommend checking this show out. It's always a memorable night with Paavo, Tony and Jano and there really is no better way to kick off the weekend then with a little group therapy. Right?
The Delano Hotel - March 24th - 29thAs the official Miami Music Week hotel, the Delano is pulling no stops in ensuring that you hit up at least one of their events this week.
Every single day boasts a drool-worthy show and you'll likely find yourself there at some point over the next few days (or at least, we hope you do). Whether it's Wednesday with Carl Cox and friends, Friday's pool party headlined by Dirty South and Arty, Guy Gerber at FDR on Saturday, Sunday's tropical house themed celebration with Klingande and Robin Schulz, or any of the other various events, there's no shortage of celebrations going on at the Delano this week.