Miami Music Week 2019 is almost upon us. For those who can attend, it promises to be a week of fun in the sun, soundtracked by the world's biggest dance music artists. But, for those who can't get over in person, we've selected five essential sets to watch online instead.
So settle in and enjoy the very best electronic music from venues large and small across Miami this MMW...
Adam Beyer b2b Cirez D live from the Resistance MegastructureTwo of mainstage techno's most dominant forces collide for this exclusive back to back set. Drumcode boss Adam Beyer and Eric Prydz' techno alias Cirez D will be streaming live from the Resistance Megastructure at 10pm BST on Friday 29th March. You can watch on the Ultra Music Festival Facebook page.
tINI poolside at The Surfcomber
House and techno party-starter tINI brings her renegade sound to DJ Mag’s Pool Party on Wednesday 27th March. The German selector, promoter and record label owner will be spinning in the sunshine at 3pm (EDT). Watch her set live on our Facebook and YouTube channels.
Charlotte de Witte on the Resistance Megastructure
Belgium's techno star Charlotte de Witte has gone from underground hero to mainstage darling thanks, in large part, to her stunning live streams. Your latest chance to catch her will be on the epic Resistance Megastructure at 4:30pm (EST) on Sunday 31st March. Catch her set on the Ultra Music Festival Facebook page.
Luciano live from The Surfcomber Pool
Cadenza boss Luciano will embark on one of his infamous marathon sets, poolside at The Surfcomber on Saturday 30th March. DJ Mag's team will be on hand to capture the magic, which you can watch live on our Facebook and YouTube channels.
Alok closing DJ Mag’s Pool Party
Brazilian superstar Alok, fresh from tying the knot in front of Rio's Christ the Redeemer, arrives in Miami to play the closing set from the DJ Mag Pool Party, at The Surfcomber. You can watch live from 10pm (EDT) on our Facebook and YouTube channel.
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