Miami, Florida – Afterlife is set to make a grand return to Miami Music Week this spring. The event, renowned for its visually captivating showcases, is scheduled to take place at the Miami Marine Stadium on March 20, 2024, promising a night of melodic techno and immersive experiences.
A Spectacle of Melodic Techno in Miami
The headlining act for this much-anticipated event will feature the melodic techno duo of Italian producers Carmine Conte (also known as MRAK) and Matteo Milleri (known as Anyma). They are set to deliver a mesmerizing performance at the waterfront amphitheater in Virginia Key. This venue is particularly notable for its stunning views of downtown Miami across the bay, providing an idyllic backdrop for the event.
While the support lineup for the event is yet to be announced, previous Afterlife events have seen performances from label favorites like Cassian, Argy, and Kevin de Vries. Attendees can expect a similar caliber of artists to grace the stage at this showcase.
Organizers promise more than just music; the event is set to feature “captivating installations,” “groundbreaking visuals,” and “unparalleled sound,” creating what is described as “an experience that transcends the ordinary.” This combination of auditory and visual elements is a hallmark of Afterlife events, making them a unique experience in the electronic music scene.
Details regarding additional information and ticket sales will be released at a later date, keeping anticipation high among fans. The announcement of the Miami Music Week show is a testament to Afterlife’s growing influence in the live events space, following successful takeovers in major U.S. cities like New York and Los Angeles, as well as international ventures like the recently concluded 2024 edition of Afterlife Tulum and an upcoming Latin America tour.
For enthusiasts eager to be part of this event, early access to tickets for the Afterlife Miami Music Week event is available for sign-up, offering fans a chance to secure their spot at one of the most anticipated events in the electronic music calendar.