III Points Brings Wu-Tang Clan To Miami For Art Basel Concert Series

III Points has announced the legendary Wu-Tang Clan to perform at Miami’s Mana Wynwood on December 9, 2017. Their appearance was anticipated this year at Off Weekend Festival in Virginia Key. Unfortunately, the group has to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances. Now, they will come into sight at the Art Basel Concert Series.

III Points brings Wu-Tang Clan to Miami for Art Basel Concert Series at Mana Wynwood.

Wu-Tang Clan
Wu-Tang Clan | Saturday, December 9, 2017 in Miami

Since 1993, The Staten Island, NY-based Wu-Tang Clan established the most revolutionary rap group of the 1990’s when Dre’s G-Funk took over.

Rather than consistent album releases, the hip-hop group took a different approach and released one debut album and then spun off as many side projects as they could. In turn, each member grew a name for themselves individually as well as a group.

Be sure to catch all members on the 9th as they throw down a blast from the past.

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III Points Presents is an experience-based show production company that thrives to curate forefront talent, avante-garde venues and art installations.

This type of production is rare and III Points creates the underground vibes we all love and crave. Following last week’s announcement of the iconic Icelandic composer, Björk to kickstart the series on December 5th with a DJ set at Mana Wynwood, the series is sure to be one you’ll want to follow.

Art Basel

Mana Wynwood is a 100,000 sq. ft. warehouse in the heart of Miami’s vigorous Wynwood Arts District. The greatly successful, sold out rager was filled with all things filthy during III Points Music, Art & Technology Festival. This year’s signature festival included a honorably diverse lineup including headlining sets from Gorillaz, The xx, Nicolas Jaar, Richie Hawtin, Kaytranada and Bonobo.

Get your tickets for Wu-Tang Clan HERE. RSVP on Facebook HERE.

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