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LIV and STORY Announce Lineup For Miami Music Week 2017

Two of the hottest nightclubs in Miami Beach, LIV and STORY have both announced their all-star lineup for Miami Music Week starting Wednesday, March 25. The hotspots will once again feature dance music’s biggest names, up and coming featured artists and international partygoers. Packed with industry friends, celebrated DJs, and fresh-faced fans, these legendary events celebrate another MMW. Offering revelers a chance to get a first taste of what the musical trends for the coming year will be. Be sure not to miss these epic events.

This year, LIV will play host to top talent including Tiesto, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Cedric Gervais and NGHTMRE along with an incredible line-up of supporting talent including Brazilian superstar DJ, Alok, THE HIM, Kungs and Jonas Blue. Rounding out the weekend will be a legendary lineup for the famed LIV on Sunday party.

STORY Miami welcomes the massive cake thrower, Steve Aoki, Marshmello, Alesso, Axwell /\ Ingrosso and Luciano.

MIAMI MUSIC WEEK SCHEDULE

LIV

Weds. March 22: Cedric Gervais & NGHTMRE- SH!TSHOW: The Abyss

Thurs. March 23: Martin Garrix

Fri. March 24: TIESTO

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Featured Acts: Alok, THE HIM

Sat. March 25: David Guetta

Featured Acts: Kungs, Jonas Blue

Sun. March 26: LIV on Sunday

TICKETS | EVENT

For VIP table reservation, please call 305.674.4680 or EMAIL

LIV at Fontainebleau 4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33140

STORY

Weds. March 22: Steve Aoki: Ultra Music Fest Countdown Official Pre-Party

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Thurs. March 23: Marshmello

Fri. March 24: Alesso

Sat. March 25: Axwell /\ Ingrosso

Sun. March 26: Luciano

TICKETS

For VIP table reservation, please call 305.479.4426 or EMAIL

136 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139

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