Sweeeet Miami Music Week 2019

Afro Acid, Soup NYC, and RVDIOVCTIVE are bringing Dennis Ferrer, DJ Sneak, and more to Do Not Sit On The Furniture for a Miami Music Week party that will be Sweeeet!


Iconic venue Do Not Sit On The Furniture is set to play host to one of the sweetest Miami Music Week parties this year, Sweeeet. Set to take place on Wednesday, March 27, this party will be one of the best ways to start your week off right as Afro Acid, Soup NYC, and RVDIOVCTIVE will be teaming up and bringing in some serious talent to kickstart you into a state of house music bliss.

Heavy hitters like Dennis Ferrer, DJ Pierre, DJ Sneak, and Sirus Hood will be taking the stage over the course of the night. They’ll be joined by Love & Logic, Devon James, and O. Diggs to round out the evening of house music beats. This is a showcase you won’t want to miss as these three brands continue to push the boundaries and bring the best in the business to the decks time and time again.

Tickets for Sweeeet at Do Not Sit On The Furniture are available now via Resident Advisor, grab them today or enter our contest below for your chance to win a pair so you and a friend can attend!


Want to attend this Sweeeet party during Miami Music Week? Enter to win a pair of tickets to the show!

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Sweeeet Miami Music Week 2019 – Essential Info:

Date: March 27, 2019
Ages: 21+
Hours: 9pm – 5am
Venue Address: Do Not Sit On The Furniture – 423 16th St, Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Tickets: Purchase HERE
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE
Lineup: Dennis Ferrer, DJ Pierre, DJ Sneak, Sirus Hood, Love & Logic, Devon James, O. Diggs

Sweeeet Miami Music Week 2019 – Lineup Flyer:

Sweeeet Miami Music Week 2019 - Lineup Flyer


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