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Sensation Miami’s Ocean of White Is Filled With Sea Creatures

In its inaugural tour on US soil, Sensation hit up none other than Miami, transforming the AAA into the other end of the spectrum farthest away from The Heat – cool waters. Taking cues from Back to The Future, Sensation's theme is just like the dance, Under the Sea. Except this isn't 1955, and music has gotten a bit on an upgrade from “Johnny b Goode,” although someone should probably do an EDM remix of the song. You heard it here first. Unfortunately, none of the headliners threw down this track. Mr. White hosted the event as the resident Sensation Mic, followed by Nic Fanciulli, Prok & Fitch, all leading up to Dutch powerhouse  Fedde Le Grand. In between there was mermaids, dancers, jellyfish, and synchronized water fountains. And the best part? It's  a 21 and over party, so the vibe is just there. No irresponsible partying or kids looking to get shitfaced for the simple act of getting shitfaced. Instead, a love for music prevailed, hence the reason why everyone here dished out $150 tickets for six hours of entertainment. That and the level of production. Sensation is organized by events powerhouse ID&T. They're the guys who put  festivals like Mysteryland, Tomorrowland & TomorrowWorld together, so you know it was a moment in time worth to be a part of. The Ocean of White, as its dubbed, aims to flood the areas it inhabits, transforming them into and underwater fairytale with the partygoers dressed in symphony and singing to the same tune –  EDM.

Check out some pictures from the show. Next stop is New York, for tickets click here.

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