Start your Friday night off to the musical stylings of rising sensation, Skye Stevens, at The Manor Complex, one of the most epic night spots in Wilton Manors, Fla. With his latest single 'Pass The Keys' still in heavy rotation internationally, and after making his mark in the pop dance world by solidifying the #3 spot on Billboard charts with smash hit 'Take All Night' in 2012, Skye is more than ready to give anticipated fans a breathtaking performance this weekend.
Not all the action is happening on Miami Beach this WMC. From Above & Beyond to Reboot, there's a pretty stellar list of artists headed to Wynwood to celebrate Miami Music Week. Especially promising, Electronique's label showcase is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, March 25th at The Social Lubricant Lounge.
Electronique began as a small club party in Berlin, but has since garnered international recognition in the realm of techno. Supported by artists such as Luciano, Carl Cox, Maceo Plex and Marco Carola, the Electronique brand can always be counted on to deliver great talent and forward-thinking techno. Reboot is on the list of headliners for the upcoming WMC party, along with names like Yaya, Fosky, Javier Carballo and Nitin. The Social Lubricant Lounge, with its open air patio, white leather couches and around-the-clock hookah will provide the perfect setting for this event.
The party starts at 3:00 p.m. and will run until 5:00 a.m. Tickets can be purchased here.
Spring and summer's arrival is celebrated through many mediums but the music festival circuit has stood the test of time as a primary source of hedonism. Having inspired several generations of self-proclaimed "festies", it is an undisputed fact that the festival scene has the makings for an ideal celebration. This begs the question though, which one hold the crown as the true iconoclastic blowout?
The South By Southwest festival, taking place from 3/13-3/15, is the unofficial kick-off to the festival season and the perfect encapsulation of "opening act" prestige.
Irish to the core or just for the day, the chance to justify getting shamrocked before noon - and speaking in that slurred Irish accent that you bring out every year, swearing that it is pristine - is upon us once again. Whether you plan to drink yourself into a leprechaun oblivion, sip on a delicious drink or two like a boring responsible adult or intend to be ambitious by enjoying the coveted precatory of coherence in between, make sure that the cocktails you'll mixing are in good taste even if you are not. Don't get us wrong, a well-brewed green beer is nice and all but here are a few drink recipes to debut a more distinctive palette for this St. Patrick's Day.
The sunshine, the beaches, the beautiful people, the parties - every March, Miami becomes the "it" destination for music fans and party goers from all over the world. Whether you call it WMC or MMW, this year's events for the last week of the March have finally begun leaking via social media. Here's our first round of picks, organized by location:
The National Hotel
Saturday, March 21
Oscar G & Friends present Made In Miami featuring Oscar G, Cocodrills, Lazaro Casanova, Roland, Ralph Falcon, Patrick M, Ivano Bellini and Stryke.
It's almost that time of the year again when you can drink and rage in the name of everything Irish. And with the annual Saint Patrick's Day Bar Crawl celebration, you can do that all over your jolly city. Yes, it's time to Shamrock.
Between 12 and 7 pm on Saturday, March 14th, grab your crew and head on over to the check-in bar/venue in your city - click here to see participating cities - and register for your Barcrawls.com wrist band, cup, and tour map. (Don't forget to grab a beer too to get the party started).
You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day, but you do have to wear green. St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and whether you’ve been brewing your own green beer for months or just now dusting off your “kiss me, I’m Irish shirt” (maybe leave that one in the closet this year), we have some ideas on how you should spend your St. Patrick’s Day in cities across the country.
(And for you brave lads and lasses, after checking out the fun events below, join the St. Patrick's Day Bar Crawl that's happening in cities across the country and taking place on both Saturday, March 14th and Tuesday, March 17th. You'll hit up all the best beer'ing-and-boozing spots in town and there are even brunch and after party options so you can do it all the way up. St. Patrick would be proud.)
Founded and produced by Roee and Yael Carmel of Carmel Productions, the I Feel Experience was conceived with the notion to offer artistic New Yorker’s an outlet for expression, creativity, and dance-- a place where they could go to immerse themselves in a world free of judgment. For you see, for those that attend these gatherings, I Feel is not just a party—it’s an escape into a world filled with love, brotherhood, and above all, acceptance. I Feel applauds the individual, celebrates their unique gifts, and champions their artistic mind. I Feel is a community where we can at last truly feel free.Back in 2012, creative, uninhibited New Yorker’s seeking to join a community of like minded individuals came together at an intimate venue in the East Village each Friday to emerge themselves in a gathering of self-expression and dance. The beginning of what would soon evolve into one New York City’s most beloved underground parties, these Friday night celebrations were referred to as “I Feel Friday.”
It’s finally that time of year again, when the great American institution known as football comes alive, and millions of Americans gather around their televisions with chicken wings in their mouth and beers in their hands to cheer, laugh and cry with their teams, families, and buddies. Yes, It is the Super Bowl.
But if you’re looking for a rager to celebrate this awesome tradition and happen to be in the most exciting state on Sunday (yes, Arizona), you’ll want to check out Bounce Sporting Club’s Annual Super Sunday Funday at Calico Jack’s Glendale instead of staying on your couch.
Story by Peter Nesbitt
Carmel Productions' monthly costume party, of which December’s theme was “Sin City,” set new standards for creative set design and interactive art installations. In the main room, corset-clad girls, with their just-purchased riding whips, playfully teased their leather-harnessed friends and acquaintances to the subtle beats of Pony and Naveen G. Overhead, a cage adorned with LED lights held two silver sirens as they seduced all who came near. And still more – on the back wall, a Saint Andrew Cross and an X-frame with handcuffs evoked dormant dominatrix tendencies while stripper poles encouraged guests to let their inner exotic go wild. I Feel…Sin City lived up to the creative energy and freedom that have defined the themed party since 2012, and served as a fond farewell to 2014’s final I Feel.