Celebrate Dim Mak’s 20th Anniversary During Miami Music Week

The Dim Mak record label is back for another beat banging appearance at Miami’s world famous music week.

This ever evolving, multifaceted enterprise is returning to the sandy shores of Miami Beach to commemorate their 20th anniversary as not only a diverse record label, but also a trend setting clothing brand and bass pounding event company.

To learn all about the Dim Mak organization, check out their website.

With sunny South Beach as the back drop to this celebration of sound, Steve Aoki and his electronic family are guaranteed to make waves during this month of dance music madness.

Miami Music Week 2015
Photo via Facebook/Steve Aoki.

Nikki Beach’s alluring ocean front venue will be bursting with everything from new innovative melodies, to harmonic rhythms and no doubt nasty face melting drops.

Over 25 masterful artists will be performing at this unrelenting exhibition of talent.

Though the Miami Music Week event page has only revealed the first and second phase line up, it’s already advertised some heavy hitters including the legendary Steve Aoki himself.

Dim Mak’s Founder will be joined by some big name DJs like 3LAU, Autoerotique, Keys N Krates, Max Styler, SBCR aka The Bloody Beetroots, Rain Man, Garmiani, Marnik, Reid Stefan, Watch the Duck and many more artists to be announced.

We’re expecting an outstanding set from Rain Man who newly signed with Dim Mak and has recently released some praise worthy singles. Check out his newest release “Bring back the summer.” Dim Mak’s 20th anniversary promises to be a perpetual fusion of sun soaked insanity, delivering an obnoxious 17 hours of beat blaring music. Nikki Beach will be opening their doors to South Florida’s rave republic at 12 pm on Saint Patrick’s Day and the party won’t stop until 5 am on Friday Morning.

To say that this is an event you won’t want to miss is an understatement. Tickets are selling out quickly so get yours here.

Dim Mak 20th anniversary Miami Music Week
Dim Mak Miami Music Week Lineup


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