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STFU & Party Returns to the Caribbean and Comes to Las Vegas

If you haven't heard about STFU & Party then you are completely missing out. This event is known to be one of the Caribbean's best-kept EDM secret. The one-of-a-kind party will be making its return to Bimini for its sixth year during Spring Break 2020 on March 2nd-6th, March 9th-13th, and March 16th-20th. The event will also be expanding to Las Vegas, which will be taking place on October 17th-21st.

Tickets for both of these events have recently gone on sale. Here is all the information you'll need to know when purchasing a ticket:

STFU Party Bimini

Ticket packages will be starting at $569 for 5 days. This includes a 4-star stay at the Hilton Island Resort, round trip transportation between Miami and Bimini, as well as wristbands for entry to all the events happening during the week that you choose. Sounds too good to be true right? Well, it's completely real! The hotel provides many amenities and luxuries that will surely have you enjoying your stay. Some of these amenities include pools, nightclubs, casinos, beaches, and much more. This is honestly a deal that you cannot miss.

STFU & Party Las Vegas

Ticket packages begin at only $279 for three days and $299 for four. This event has partnered with the Palms Casino Resort to give you a room at this popular hotel, giving you access to the exciting Kaos Dayclub and Nightclub. They have also partnered with Wynn Las Vegas to provide you with world-class entertainment, such as the Encore Beach Club and XS Nightclub.

Obviously, these are two events that will give you serious FOMO if you don't attend. If you can't wait until spring break to go to Bimini, then make sure to attend the Las Vegas event that is happening for the first time next month! In case you don't know what the event is all about, make sure to watch the STFU & Party Bimini recap video provided below.

Purchase your tickets here.


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