After almost a year since its last event in South Florida, Boiler Room is returning to Miami.
Though a venue and talent have yet to be announced, the London-based multimedia outlet and party host extraordinaire says it has tapped “a slew of house and techno titans” for this “almighty get-together” on September 29, 2023.
Keeping information closely guarded is just par for the course with Boiler Room, helping to add to the hype and channel the energy of the underground.
We do know that the event will run for six hours, from 9PM to 3AM.
Boiler Room’s Best of 2022 included lights-out sets from artists like Fred again.., Ellen Allien, VTSS, and many more. The brand continues to partner with collectives and festivals across the globe, including DGTL Amsterdam, FLY Open Air, and Dixon’s Transmoderna – all in the last year.
Founded in 2010, Boiler Room has a short but esteemed history covering the worldwide club scene, becoming the biggest name for promoting up-and-coming underground performers.
It has hosted shows in over 100 cities worldwide – from its home base in London, to Berlin, Los Angeles, Tokyo, and beyond.
The brand’s trademark setup – DJ decks placed in the center of an often dark and sweaty enclosed space – has been routinely copied, but never outdone.
Artists who grace the Boiler Room decks reach far beyond the venue in which they play and live on in history as part of the brand’s massive catalog of filmed sets on YouTube.
Fans can sign up for pre-sale access to Boiler Room Miami 2023 here. Pre-sale access will begin on Tuesday, August 15 at 10AM ET.
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