Party Patrol – Miami – Aug. 19-21

Summer is slowly coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the music has to stop. In Miami there’s always a reason to get out of the house and get on the dance floor. South Florida has a great line-up that will have you partying it up at the hottest clubs and on the sand: Adult Film Star turned DJ Sasha Grey at Mokai, a beach party with Steve Angello, a return of the originals Edgar V and George Acosta at Space, and much more.

Hardwell at SET

320 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Kick off your weekend at SET nightclub for a night of house music with special guest DJ Hardwell. This has been an amazing year for the young DJ (he’s only 21), with the release of club banging hit after hit, a collab with two of the most recognized DJs- Tiesto and Chuckie, and the launch of his own label. He’s taking over one nightclub at a time bringing his talents to music lovers around the world. Be there Friday night and witness him throw down hits such as “Encode”, “The World”, “Passion,” “Molotov” and many more.

Doors open at 11 pm. Dress to impress and you must be 21+ to get in. Tickets are $40 (with an additional $8 fee) in advance at

Hardwell – Encoded (Markob27 Extended Edit) by Markob27

Sasha Grey at Mokai
235 23rd St., Miami Beach
If you aren’t at SET, head over to Mokai for Weekend Warrior Fridays with a special guest set by former adult film star, Sasha Grey along with DJ A-Cup. Two hot chicks on the turntables, I mean do you really need any more convincing?

It all starts at 11pm. To get on the guest list click here

Shwayze & Cisco Adler at Pangea Gryphon
5711 Seminole Way, Ft. Lauderdale
Get out of South Beach for a night and head to the Hard Rock to get down with Shwayze and Cisco Adler as they take control of the decks for a special guest set at Pangea-Gryphon. After a little time away the alternative rap-rock duo are back on the scene and on tour for the release of their upcoming album, Island In the Sun, due out in September. Be there to get up close and personal with these fly guys and maybe catch a LIVE performance of their hit “You Could Be My Girl”.

Doors open at 11 p.m., you must be 21+ to get in, and dress code is trendy chic.

Cisco Adler- California Girl (ft. Shwayze) by flowsandwich

George Acosta, Edgar V, & LP at SPACE
34th NE 11th St., Miami
For those of you who don’t want to make the drive up north, I suggest you head over to Space for the return of the originals George Acosta and Edgar V as they take over the infamous Space Terrace. These two DJs were the first electronic music DJs I ever saw LIVE and from then on I was sold! From trance to house they have it all with hits like “Nite Time” by George Acosta and “Easy” by Edgar V. Only 3 weekends before Space closes for a month, so don’t miss out on the fun of a Summer at Space!

Doors open at 11pm. Tickets available at

06-george acosta feat kate walsh-nite time radio edit by CrazyMonkeY

Size Matters at LIV at the Fontainebleau
4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
The highlight event of the weekend is at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach where special guest Steve Angello brings his Size Matters tour to the ocean front lawn. Enjoy a day of fun in the sun with house music and one of the biggest names in the music scene right now along with special guest Thomas Gold.

Tickets for this event are currently about $100 at

Then once the sun goes down, do a little quick change and head indoors for the after-party at Arkadia with DJ sets by Thomas Gold, Carl Louis + Martin Daniell, and more surprise guests.
Tickets for the after-party are currently $75 on

SIZE MATTERS – PREVIEW MIX by steveangello

Nikki at Night Presents Oscar G
1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
If you are not in the mood to get all dressed up, stay in your beachwear and head over to Nikki Beach for Nikki At Night with special guest Oscar G alongside residents Bruno Robles, Felipe Kaval, and Armand Pena. Party it up on the sand to some of the best house music with hits like “Jump”, “You”, and much more. It all starts at 7 p.m.

OSCAR G ~ MADE IN MIAMI MIX 6/28/11 by DJ Oscar G


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