Mau5trap Announces Miami Music Week Takeover at Treehouse!

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Mau5trap is returning to the Treehouse for an epic Miami Music Week party this year, will you be there?

Helping kick off this year’s edition of Miami Music Week in all the right ways, the Mau5trap crew is heading to Treehouse Miami for a rocking party. Set to take place on Tuesday, March 20, attendees will be dancing all night long with seven hours of quality beats from some featured artists on the label.

After throwing the perfect closing party back in 2016 and taking a hiatus last year to focus on their artists, we’re excited as ever to see one of our favorite labels return with a showcase for Miami Music Week. Known for their past lineups that have featured the label’s rising stars and heavy hitters, this year is bringing a stacked series of artists that will be taking the crowd on a journey in sound.

Three unreal b2b sets will be featured at the show, showing off the work between BlackGummy and No Mana, ATTLAS and Eekkoo, as well as HEYZ and Electrocado. If that wasn’t enough, sets from Rinzen, Notaker, and Rhett will be rounding things out to make this the perfect evening to start your week off right.

Coming off a year that brought some absolutely insane releases from the label, highlighted by their compilations Mau5trap ’17 and We Are Friends Vol. 7, the future is bright for one of the most interesting labels in dance music.

Tickets for Mau5trap Miami Music Week 2018 are on sale now via Eventbrite!

Will you be attending Mau5trap’s Miami Music Week party this year? Let us know if you plan on dancing the night away in the comments below!

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Mau5trap Miami Music Week 2018 – Essential Info:

Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Ages: 21+
Hours: 10pm – 5am
Location: Treehouse Miami – 323 NW 23rd Street Miami Beach, FL 33139
Facebook Event: RSVP Here
Tickets: Purchase Here


  • BlackGummy b2b No Mana
  • Attlas b2b Eekkoo
  • HEYZ b2b Electrocado
  • Rinzen
  • Notaker

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