6 Underrated Miami Music Week 2023 Events

The amount of events going on during Miami Music Week can be overwhelming, so here’s 6 of our favorite events that we recommend attending in March 2023.

Miami Music Week is one of the best parts about Ultra Music Festival weekend. For the entire week before Ultra, the city of Miami is full of pool parties, club shows, and large-scale events leading up to the festival.

The shows can be tracked closely on MiamiMusicWeek.com. There are nearly 100 events going on between March 21 and March 26, 2023, including several from leading promoter BLNK CNVS. From pool parties on Wednesday afternoon to club nights lasting past Monday morning, MMW has so much to offer that you don’t even have to attend Ultra to have an amazing time in Miami.

Take a look at some of our favorite Miami Music Week shows below, and buy your tickets ASAP before they change tiers or sell out!

Spinnin’ Sessions, Nautilus Hotel, Wednesday 12 PM

Spinnin’ Sessions is one of the most iconic Miami Music Week events, and it’s back for another year at the Nautilus Hotel. The Dutch EDM label’s pool party will be headlined by Alan Walker along with a mix of house music and more mainstream electronic sounds from Acraze, Dubdogz, Fedde Le Grand, KREAM, Lodato, Lucas & Steve, TELYkast, and Vinny Vibe. There are also special guests that may be announced before the show or could be a mystery until their set time. One of the most notable artists on the lineup is Nitti, the diverse DJ/producer from SIDEPIECE. Tickets and cabanas are available.

Club bitbird Miami, Freehold, Wednesday 9 PM – 3 AM

San Holo’s bitbird collective is known for releasing electronic music from artists like Droeloe, Taska Black, Duskus, Rome in Silver, and more. With a style that combines future bass, trap, electronica, and live instrumentation, nothing sounds quite like bitbird. Their Miami Music Week show presents one of the more unique lineups of the week. Headlined by the man himself, San Holo, Club bitbird will also include sets from Tisoki, Pauline Herr, oddkidout, and helloworld. Tickets start at $45.

Confession, Oasis Wynwood, Thursday 9 PM – 3 AM

Tchami’s Confession label has been a leader of the bass house and future house genres since their inception. Confession is bringing a massive lineup to Oasis Wynwood for Miami Music Week 2023. With two stages and a pop up store with exclusive merch, Thursday night with Tchami and friends is a highlight of MMW. Tchami, Nitti, Curbi, Victor Lou, Capozzi, and Damaged Goods will perform on the outdoor stage, while Bijou, Buitano, Chuwe, Cloverdale, DLMT, Galo, and Nostalgix are scheduled to play at the Confession Discotheque indoors. VIP & GA tickets are available.

XXX From Amsterdam to Miami, Freehold, Friday 9 PM

One of the best lineups of strictly house music can be found at Freehold Miami on Friday night. “Drugs From Amsterdam” artist Mau P will headline a show under his XXX brand along with Bruno Furlan and Mikey Barrenche. Despite only having a couple releases, Mau P has become one of the hottest names in house music with a vibe similar to John Summit. Bruno Furlan will bring a slick Latin House vibe to the table, while Mikey Barreneche is a Miami native who has seen signifcant label support. Tickets start at $35.

Galantis Miami Beach, Surfcomber Hotel, Sunday 12 PM

Galantis’ style of EDM is right at home at a Miami Beach pool party, and they’ll be headlining their own show on Sunday afternoon. The lineup has a little bit of everything, including a rare set from the famous electropop duo Icona Pop. Jonas Blue, Laidback Luke, Niiko x Swae, and Regard are some of our can’t-miss names on the lineup. Forester, Party Shirt, Yokai, and Chicago native Gianni Blu will be performing as well. Tickets start at $60-70.

BLNK CNVS Presents Outro, Mana Wynwood, Sunday 10 PM

If you’re looking to close Ultra weekend with a stacked lineup of dubstep and bass
music, Outro on Sunday night is a no-brainer. The recently announced party
features some of the genre’s heaviest heavyweights including NGHTMRE, SVDDEN DEATH, Jauz, Kill The Noise, and Yookie. Rounding out the lineup are Lucille Croft and Com3t, as well as a to be announced b3b set from three mystery artists. Tickets are priced between $45-60.

Check out our additional MMW & Ultra coverage here! We’ll see you in Miami!

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