Monstercat is shutting things down during Miami Music Week this year with a closing party you’ll want to check out! 

One of the hottest parties during Miami Music Week will return for another edition as Monstercat has announced that they’ll be showcasing some of the best talents on the label at Monstercat Uncaged. Hosted on Friday, March 31 at SQL Miami, this show is already looking to be one of the top closing parties to attend for those who are looking to get down and dirty until the early Monday morning hours.

While the lineup hasn’t been released yet, past editions have featured some heavy hitters in the scene like JAUZ, Seven Lions, Slushii, and Mija, so expect to see some top talent close things down properly. Additionally, this is one of the rare MMW parties that is open to anyone 18+.

Adding to the fun this year, Monstercat has also unveiled a lineup predictor contest for fans to enter via their website. Submit your guesses (and yes, you can work as a team with up to three friends) and you’ll be entered for the chance to win a $25 gift card to their online store!

Tickets are available now via TicketWeb with early bird pricing starting at $20. Make sure you grab them soon because this will be a party you won’t want to miss to close out Miami Music Week 2019!

Check out the recap from last year’s Monstercat MMW Showcase:

Monstercat Uncaged Miami Music Week 2019 – Essential Info:

Date: Sunday, March 31, 2019
Ages: 18+
Hours: 10pm- 5am
Venue Address: SQL Miami – 30 Northeast 14th Street, Miami, Florida 33132
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

Montercat Uncaged Miami Music Week 2019 – Flyer:

Monstercat Uncaged Miami Music Week 2019

Will you be heading to Miami Music Week this year? Let us know if you’ll be attending the Monstercat Uncaged showcase in the comments below!

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