Club + Bars

Party Patrol - Miami - April 27 - May 1

The party continues as we close out April and step into May.  With only a few weeks before the official start of summer, Miami continues to get hot with great entertainment to rock your nights. Start the week off with the 400 Club and Akon at SET, then LIV it up with Kaskade, jam out with DJ Irie, play Mansion with Dennis Ferrer, and finally end your weekend on the sand at Nikki Beach with Cocodrils.  In Miami it’s all about the music – let’s get it poppin’!

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27

Akon hosts 400 SET

320 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach

www.SetMiami.com

Star the week off at SET nightclub where the elite 400 Club is taking over for a night of upscale hip-hop R&B hosted by international superstar Akon. Get ready to “Back That”, break it on down, and bust a move with some of the finest in MIami.  When it comes to hip-hop, no one does it better then the 400 Club.

Doors open at 11 p.m., dress code is strictly enforced (you know how it is, so GET FANCY).

THURSDAY, APRIL 28

Kaskade at LIV

4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

www.LIVnightclub.com

Thursday night it’s time to switch up gears, put your arms in the air, and get Subliminal with special guest Kaskade along with DJ Mednas. The club is going to be out of control when Kaskade takes over to bring you some of the best in deep progressive house mixed with a little electro. Put your bodies in motion as you dance to hits like “Dynasty” featuring Haley, “Fire In Your Shoes” featuring Dragonette, and his latest release “Call Out” featuring Mandy Gledhill.  Thursdays are the new Friday, so LIV it up with Kaskade!

Dress to impress.  Doors open at 11 p.m. Pre-sale tickets available at WantTickets.com

** If one night at LIV isn’t enough, Saturday night you can also check out special guest DJ Cedric Gervais as he takes over for his Miamication Tour. **

08. Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Call Out (Original Mix) by I.Miškinis

DJ Irie at WALL

2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

www.WALLmiami.com

If you are not at Kaskade, then let loose and get carefree at WALL Lounge at the W South Beach where Miami superstar DJ Irie will take over the decks to do what he does best. He’ll be dropping a phenomenal mix of hip-hop and R&B for Miami’s finest sponsored by Heineken.  It all starts at 10 p.m.

Dress code strictly enforced and VIP reservations are strongly suggested.  Email your RSVP’s to RSVP@capponigroup.com

SATURDAY, APRIL 30

Dennis Ferrer at Mansion

1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach

www.Mansionmiami.com

After one night of rest, pick up the pace again as you make your way to Mansion for another installment of While Others Play House, We Play Mansion with special guest DJ/Producer Dennis Ferrer alongside resident Laurent Simeca. Dance to hits like my favorite “Hey, Hey”, “Red Room”, and “Dido Don’t Believe in Love” Remix.  This is one DJ that will have you jamming the whole night with his funky, electro, house beats.  Don’t miss him work it out LIVE at Mansion!

Doors open at 11 p.m. and stay open until 7 a.m.  Tickets available at WantTickets.com

Dennis Ferrer – Hey Hey (Robaco Bossa Hit The Drums Refix) by Robaco Bossa

SUNDAY, MAY 1

DJ Cocodrills at Nikki Beach

One Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

www.nikkibeach.com/miami

With temperatures rising in Miami it’s all about the beach parties intermixed with the nightlife and what better way to close out your weekend than a party right on the sand at famed Nikki Beach. This weekend close out your weekend with five DJs in two clubs at one location. DJs Armand Pena, Bruno Robles, Felipe Kaval will kick off the party on the sand before special guest DJ Cocodrills rips it on the turntables. 

Upstairs in O1 you can catch Kid Nemesis bringing you all your favorite hits with an open format mix that’s sure to keep you on your toes all night. 

It all starts at 7pm. Dress code is laidback and chill – sandals and beach attire welcome.  So close out your weekend by kicking back with a pitcher of delicious mojitos as you listen to some of the best house music around.

Cocodrills – Stand By Me (Cover Remix) by Cocodrills

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