The music never stops and this week everyone is getting in on the action. All the big clubs are bringing stellar entertainment to keep you dancing and living it up through the weekend. Some of the names you’ll see tearing up the scene this weekend include Kaskade, Knife Party, Serge Devant and more.
DJ Irie at Story
136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Jump start the weekend with Miami’s own DJ Irie throwing it down on the 1’s and 2’s at Story. After the Miami Heat take on the Spurs (and win), it’s time to celebrate with some of Miami’s finest to the best in hip-hop, R&B, and urban beats. Doors open at 11pm, admission is $30 for the ladies and $60 for the gentlemen.
Also at Story this weekend- don’t miss special guest Eric Prydz on Friday followed by Sasha presented by Link and Miami Rebels.
LIV presents Kaskade
4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
If you’re in the mood for some serious House music, head over to LIV for a night with international superstar Kaskade taking over the decks alongside resident Mednas. Dance to techno, house, and progressive house hits such as “No One Knows Who We Are”, “Sending My Love” and more. Doors open at 11 p.m. For tickets in advance click here.
Also at LIV this weekend- get in the mix with DJ Cassidy on Friday followed by special guest Michael Brun on Saturday and close out with special guest, hip-hop superstar Ice Cube performing LIVE alongside music by Stevie J and Don P.
Super Fridays rocks out with Knife Party
1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Turn the energy way up and head to Mansion for a night with electro house duo Knife Party for Super Fridays. Dance to a bit of electro, some dubstep, and house until the sun comes up with high-energy beats with tracks such as “Bonfire,” “Party Music,” and “Haunted House” to name just a few. Doors open at 11 p.m. Tickets are available in advance at Wantickets.com.
3rd Annual '90s Homecoming at the Vagabond
30 NE 14th Street, Miami
Switch it up a little on the weekend and don’t miss the 3rd Annual '90s Homecoming at the Vagabond. Dance to music by DJ Hottpants and Ryan Evans mixing up a batch of '90s pop, R&B, dance, and hip-hop, plus a '90s performance and drag revue in the Main room, hang with DJ Smeejay in the Garden, or get your grunge on with DJs Lolo and Alex Caso in the Bar room. Admission is only $10 and dressing up is suggested. Doors open at 10 p.m. and you must be 21+ to get in.
SL at the James
1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
This weekend, if you’re looking for something else to do besides hitting up the bigger clubs, head over to SL at the James Hotel. The music is non-stop with a masterful open format mix of house, electro, hip-hop, and top 40 hits and the crowd is always hype. Last week I partied it up with Kris Humphries and Craig David. This week, who knows who might stop in? if you haven’t been to SL, make sure to check it out this weekend. Doors open at 11:30 p.m., dress to impress, and you must be 21 and older to get in. For table reservations and information email info@SLmia.com
J’adore Sundays at Hyde
1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
So the weather forecast says that it’s going to rain this weekend, I say who cares? Head over to Hyde Beach at the SLS for the introduction of J’Adore Sundays featuring music by DJ Clara Telles and DJ N’Dy. Doors open at noon for a chic brunch followed by house beats until the sun goes down. For more information or to RSVP email email@example.com
SET presents Serge Devant
320 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Close out your weekend at SET nightclub for another installment of Evolutions Sundays featuring special guest Serge Devant. Dance the night away to deep and progressive house beats with tracks like “When You Came Along” and the track that started it all “Addicted”. Doors open at 11 p.m., dress code is strictly enforced and table reservations are strongly suggested.
Other events to check out at SET this week- Thursday kick off the weekend with a special birthday celebration for Miami’s own Damaged Goods along with his friends followed by Julian Ingrosso on Friday and a special Queen of Hearts Saturdays with Stacie Todd and Trace.