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Spinnin Hotel Presents: Spinnin Sessions – Miami Music Week 2017 | Event Review

During Miami Music Week, Spinnin Records celebrated five days of non-stop partying. Every day was a new party full of DJs, music fans, and fun in the sun. This year, it was the second edition of its renowned Spinnin’ Hotel it was held at Nautilus, A Sixty Hotel. It featured five consecutive pool parties showcasing some of the label’s most well-known artists including Bassjackers, Bob Sinclar, Breathe Carolina, Cheat Codes, Don Diablo, Kura, Mike Williams, Sam Feldt, Sander van Doorn, The Magician and Ummet Ozcan.

Over the week, various internationally known DJs, upcoming talent, and several mystery guests will perform at the Spinnin’ Hotel. Taking it to the next level with different hosting partners for each day including DOORN Records (run by famous Dutch DJ Sander van Doorn), the pool party concept Heartfeldt by Sam Feldt and of course Spinnin’s own parties Spinnin' Deep and Spinnin' Sessions.

On Wednesday, March 22nd started off the week with the Spinnin Sessions party. It was the definition of insane! The entire hotel was transformed, artists like Kriss Kross Amsterdam, Breathe Carolina, Ummet Ozcan, Alok, Cheat Codes, KURA, Mike Williams, and a special guest – Don Diablo. DJs everywhere you turned, the beautiful faces of music lovers, and the incredible sets that we all witnessed was incredible. Even the DJ's performances were wild, they jumping on their decks, interacting with their fans, the entire party with massive and chaotic. Having the chance to be a part of the Spinnin Records was an honor, it was so exciting.

Every year the party gets bigger and bigger, it was on a whole new level of party and insanity. It was seriously one of the best parties ever, having the chance to run into DJs that I met in the past was such an exquisite treat personally. See you all at Spinnin Hotel next year! Check out Spinnin Sessions 2017 Aftermovie!


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