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The 2017 Corona Electric Beach season has already begun in full swing. Making its first stop in Miami, this past Sunday, February 19th. Electric Beach returned to South Beach’s most popular beachfront venue Clevelander with bringing the people of Miami deep house talent like no other.

Corona Electric Beach is known for their wild experience to festivals such as Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas and Orlando, Nocturnal Wonderland, and HARD Summer in South California. The nationwide event series brought some of dance music industry's brightest stars to headline their events including Matoma, A-TRAK, Party Favor, Giraffage, Illenium, Keys N Krates (DJ Set) SNBRN, Autograf (DJ Set), Jillionaire of Major Lazer, Grandtheft, Thomas Jack, Bixel Boys, Ape Drums, Craze, Astronomar, and so much more.

Devouring Corona beers and the most outrageous Wings on the planet at Clevelander, we were entertained by critically acclaimed Gryffin . Headlining Electric Beach was French electronic music master, Watermät. He’s known for producing some of the most proclaimed tracks known to the dance music scene: Portland, Frequency, and Bullit. Tearing up the decks with those favorites as well as mixing up an incredible set combining genres together and breaking party boundaries. Everyone cheering, smiling, dancing throughout the afternoon into the night.

Corona Electric Beach in Miami at Clevelander was a night to remember being consumed by beer, wings, and witnessing mammoth sets by talented artists. It was by far one of the best Sunday Fundays a person could ever experience. Be sure to follow the journey of Corona Electric Beach and find out if they are coming to a city near you. 

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