Revolution Radio & National Hotel Announces Pool Parties For MMW 2018!

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If you’re heading to Miami Music Week, you’d better be checking out the shows that will be taking over the National Hotel!


Collaborating with Miami’s Revolution Radio 93.5FM and 7 Lines for a week full of absolutely unreal shows, the National Hotel has unveiled the takeovers and artists playing at their pool this year. Bringing artists like Amelie Lens, Chuckie, and Detlef and takeovers by Armada Music and AREA 10, this hotel is going to be a must stop for those attending Miami Music Week!

The National Hotel is a legendary spot in South Beach that is only made more picturesque by their beachfront location. The hotel features an infinity pool and plenty of palm trees that will take you to another planet. With sounds provided in partnership with South Florida’s only electronic music station, Revolution Radio, the hotel will be transformed into a music lover’s paradise.

Find the complete listing of the parties taking place at the National Hotel during Miami Music Week 2018 below, as Revolution Radio has pulled out all the stops in the collaboration this year. Let us know where you’ll be dancing in the comments!

Tickets are on sale for all of the events listed below now via ElectroStub!

National Hotel x Revolution Radio Miami Music Week 2018 Lineup


National Hotel MMW 2018

March 17: Revolution Radio Miami 93.5 FM presents…Welcome 2 Miami

Kicking things off for Miami Music Week will be a curated lineup of local artists across the electronic music genre spectrum. Stay tuned for full support and some special guests, as well.


Juicy Beach MMW 2018

March 18: Juicy Beach

Featuring sets from Kryder, Tom Staar, Croatia Squad, David Tort, and many more, Robbie Rivera’s Juicy Beach is a can’t-miss show for those looking to dance the day away to some quality house music beats.


Descend MMW 2018

March 21: Descend presented by ALX MMW

Calling all techno and tech house lovers, the Descend party is going to be the place to get down on the dancefloor. Featuring sets from Victor Calderone, Art Department, Amelie Lens, Detlef, and more, some of the best names in the tech scene will be present for this show. Of course, some quality tunes will be spun by label boss ALX, who will be hosting the legendary party.


AREA 10 MMW 2018

March 22: AREA 10

If you love house music then the AREA 10 showcase is going to be the perfect fit for you. MK’s AREA 10 brand has hosted parties around the world and is now touching down in Miami with a monster lineup in tow. Featuring sets from artists like CamelPhat, Diplo, Solardo, Will Clarke, and Latmun, this show is going to be absolutely bonkers.


DJ Chuckie & Friends MMW 2018
March 23: Chuckie & Friends

Chuckie has called upon his friends like NERVO, Lil Jon, and more to join him at the National Hotel for a party that will definitely have you bumping to the beat all day long. Known for his Dirty Dutch sound, Chuckie will continue to bring some booty bass and have some surprises in store for those in attendance as well!


Armada Invites Miami Music Week 2018
March 24: ARMADA INVITES Miami powered by Revolution Radio Miami 93.5 FM

As one of the powerhouse labels in the electronic music scene today, Armada Music is set to make a huge presence on Miami Music Week this year with their Armada Invites party. Featuring Thomas Gold, Feenixpawl, and Loud Luxury, there are also some very special unannounced guests who will be taking the stage at the show.


Get Wet 2018 Miami Music Week
March 25: GET WET

Closing out Miami Music Week at The National Hotel is the 13th edition of Get Wet, which is set to feature BORIS alongside Dennis Cruz, Cocodrills, Anthony Attalla, and Oscar L. This show is set to be one of the best ways to end your week of quality beats, and we hope to see you all there getting down to some house music grooves!


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