Party Patrol - Miami - Nov. 13-19
The top parties this week in Miami and South Florida.
The weeks are flying by and the music never stops. From classic hip-hop to some of the newest electro beats, Miami has something going on for everyone. This week get in the mix with Cypress Hill, DJ Skratchy, Locos Por Juana, and more while you shake and groove all over town.
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Grand Central Miami presents Cypress Hill
697 North Miami Ave., Miami
One of the first latino hip-hop groups to come on to the scene is coming to Miami to rock the stage at Grand Central in Downtown. Get ready for a night with Cypress Hill alongside Action Bronson Tuesday at 8 p.m. with additional sounds by DJ DZA. Known for their classic hits like “Insane in the Membrane,” “I Wanna Get High,” “Medicated” and many more, Cypress Hill promises to give you an amazing show. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.
Thursday, Nov. 15
Kontrol presents Djuma Soundsystem
1235 Washington Ave., Miami
Mansion continues to bring you amazing DJs from around the world to keep you on your toes. Thursday jump into your weekend early as Kontrol presents special guest Djuma Sound System alongside Kike Roldan. It all starts at 11 p.m. Tickets available in advance.
Friday, Nov. 16
WALL presents DJ Scratchy
2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
S.K.A.M artist DJ Skratchy is taking over the decks at the exclusive Wall lounge to bring you an amazing night of house, electro music with a special closing set by Chicco Secci this Friday. From Hollywood, to Vegas, New York, and Miami - this DJ is taking the world by storm with his crowd-pleasing mixes that will keep you rocking long into the morning hours. Doors open at 11 p.m., dress code is strictly enforced, and table reservations are highly suggested.
Other events at WALL this week- Favela Beach with DJ Ruen and Blaze Carreras on Tuesday, followed by LUSH Thursdays featuring DJ Affect with opening set by DJ Knowledge, and special guest Kid Massive taking over on Saturday.
I Love Ibiza sessions with Chris Santana
550 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Down the street, get your electronic music fix at the Bamboo with special guest Chris Santana for another edition of I Love Ibiza Sessions. Get lost in the pretty lights while catching an amazing performance. To get a sneak peak of what you can expect Friday, head over to SoundCloud to listen to the track “Forest Hills” released Oct. 29 by Ibiza SoundDeluxe. Doors open at 11 p.m., dress code is strictly enforced and you must be 21 and older to get in.
Saturday, Nov. 17
Tobacco Road Celebrates their 100-Year Anniversary
626 S. Miami Ave., Miami
One of South Florida’s longest standing bars will celebrate its 100-Year Anniversary with LIVE music by The Heavy Pets, Iko-Iko, Spam All Stars, DJ LA Spam, Locos Por Juana, Artofficial, DJ Smooth, and many more along with crazy drink specials all night. Hosted by Mark Weiser and DJ Oski, this event will definitely be one for the books starting at 6 p.m. and going strong until 5 a.m. Admission is $10 and you must be 21 or older to get in. Be there and celebrate Miami’s oldest bar! Tickets are available in advance at www.tobacco-road.com
Monday, Nov. 19
Pajama Jammy Jam
235 23rd Street, Miami Beach
Forget the stilettos bring on the slippers; it’s time for a Pajama party! Kick off the week with your closest friends in your sexiest and most comfortable sleep attire and head to Mokai lounge. Ladies in pajamas get champagne all night long and the best pajama outfit will win a special prize. It all starts at 11 p.m.
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