Top 7 Miami Music Week Shows To Attend In 2022

Ultra Music Festival and Miami Music Week are returning for the first time in over two years, and the week is once again full of can’t-miss EDM shows.


Miami Music Week might be the best part about the Ultra Music Festival experience. Ultra is one of the biggest electronic music events of the year, but the pool parties and late club nights in Miami are really what make the festival special.

There’s no shortage of shows on the official Miami Music Week website. Virtually every artist in the scene is playing at least one set in Miami. Ultra and MMW bring a mix of electronic music that no other event can compete with, and more parties are still getting announced. If you’re still deciding which events to attend this year, check out our list of the best Miami Music Week shows for 2022.


Wednesday, 10 PM – All We Have Is Now – MAD Club Wynwood

Will Clarke started his record label All We Have Is Now in 2019. He’s set to wrap up the first leg of his North American tour in Miami, which also included stops at Prysm Nightclub in Chicago and Factory 93 in Los Angeles. The 5 AM party will also feature a set from Avision and a b2b from legends Alan Fitzpatrick and Marco Faraone. MAD Club is the move on Wednesday night for an interesting mix of house and techno. Tickets start at $35.

Thursday, 12 PM – Spinnin’ Sessions Pool Party – Nautilus Hotel

It wouldn’t be Miami Music Week without Spinnin’ Sessions. The iconic Dutch label is once again throwing their party at the Nautilus Hotel on South Beach. Timmy Trumpet is set to headline with his signature mix of EDM, big room, and hard dance. The rest of the lineup has great variety, with sets from Sander van Doorn, Showtek, Dubdogz, Cheat Codes, Jonas Blue, and Gattuso. Tickets are on the final tier.

Friday, 12 PM – Mixmash Miami Pool Party – Nautilus Hotel

Laidback Luke’s Mixmash label will take over the Nautilus Hotel on Friday afternoon. The supporting lineup has a mix of all EDM genres with artists like Audien, Tritonal, Sevenn, Autograf, Luke Alexander, and Riggi & Piros. Pool parties at the Nautilus usually end around 10 PM. Tickets are nearly sold out.

Friday, 10 PM – Brownies & Lemonade Miami 2022 – Soho Studios

The 2022 edition of Brownies & Lemonade will be headlined by Louis The Child, Whethan, and Yung Bae. Known for showcasing rare sets and special guests, B&L is one of the most widely recognized parties in the scene. The lineup features two unique b2b’s between Whipped Cream & Devault and Wavedash & Leotrix. Habstrakt will also be performing a b2b with a special guest. Tickets start at $50.

Friday, 10 PM – NGHTMRE b2b Peekaboo – MAPS Backlot

One of the heaviest bass music shows of the weekend is at the MAPS Backlot on Friday night in Wynwood. Headlined with a b2b from NGHTMRE and Peekaboo, several creative styles of dubstep and trap can be found at this event. Space Laces is direct support, and RIOT, Nitepunk, and Saka round out the lineup. Tickets start at $40.

Saturday, 9 PM – Dim Mak Miami 2022 – Oasis Wynwood

Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label throws one of the longest-standing Miami Music Week parties. KSHMR and Showtek bring the mainstage vibes, while Riot Ten will provide some bass music. 24HRS and Bok Nero add a hip-hop element to the lineup, and rising artists Tres Mortimer and R3LL bring more variety. Additional secret guests will be added later, and tickets are still available.

Saturday, 10 PM – Slander Presents: Heaven Sent Miami – Soho Studios

Slander is one of the most recognizable names in the EDM scene, and their party at Soho Studios on Saturday night should not be missed. Heaven Sent Miami has one of the deepest lineups of supporting artists. Sets from Amidy, Helloworld, If Found, Pauline Herr, Skybreak, Synymata, and Vari will result in a seriously unique bass music show next weekend in Miami. Tickets start at $40.

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