Dim Mak Miami 2015 Preview

Dim Mak Miami 2015 Preview

Nikki Beach and Miami. Yea the two just goes together like peanut butter and jelly. Two parts that make a whole. Coming to Miami again this year will be another rendition of Nikki Beach juiced up on those good Miami Music Week steroids. Nowhere in Miami does it better than Nikki as you have the sandy outdoor open air club during the day and then the place turns into a nighttime party haven as the party goers move from the outside to the indoor nightclub.

Dim Mak is one of the most prominent labels and music tastemakers in the EDM scene. Thanks to label boss Steve Aoki, Dim Mak has been able to garner widespread support, release amazing one of a kind tracks, and also attract the best of the best established as well as upcoming talent in the industry.

Later this month on the 26h, Dim Mak heads to Miami and sets up shop for an all day and all night affair at Nikki Beach. With a lineup that includes 3 Are Legend (Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas, & Like Mike), Benny Benassi, Caked Up, Borgore, Crookers, Dirtyphonics, Wolfpack and a back-to-back set from Deorro alongside Dirty Audio and ZooFunktio this will certainly be a promising event that we will look forward to for MMW – aka Miami Music Week. There should also be a cornucopia of surprise guests that may include the likes of Afrojack, Tommy Trash, and Laidback Luke. Steve brings out the party and also a stellar roster, that is for sure.

Tickets are still available now for this special event. Go HERE to get your hands on em.

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