Miami Nightlife Pics: Kanye West, Angus Cloud, Moneybagg Yo
Floyd Mayweather, Kanye West and Antonio Brown at Sushi Fly Chicken
On Tuesday, revelers headed to Club XXIII, Miami Beach’s newest club, where the official Donda 2 after-party was hosted. The Game, 2 Chainz, Da Baby, Fabolous and Justin LaBoy were all seen hanging out and dancing in VIP, as they ordered endless bottle parades all night long.
Partygoers headed to E11even on Saturday night, where Flo Rida knocked everyone “Low” all night long for her epic performance. The neon lights shone on the revelers, as they popped bottles and danced to the amazing music all night long.
The fifth annual Miami competition was held throughout the Miami Design District. This year’s event celebrated America’s Supercar visionaries and featured curated programming throughout the weekend.
Events culminated on the signature red carpet on Sunday where James Glickenhaus was honored among a handpicked selection of post-war collectibles, exotics and supercars.
Juelz Santana received an epic welcome to the famous Daer It Is Fridays at Daer nightclub, where he celebrated his birthday all night long! When he took over the stage, the crowd went wild, as Lil’ Kim and Lil’ Cease were seen hanging in VIPs with their crew and ordering endless bottle parades into the early hours.
Moneybagg Yo was welcomed to Story on Saturday, where he gave a performance the crowd will never forget! The revelers danced under the neon lights and ordered endless parades of bottles until dawn.
On the occasion of the International Boat Festival, Art N Folly in collaboration with Strayfield Gallery will present a special exhibition entitled “Love Matters”. After bursting onto the US art scene with a sold-out solo show last month at Miami Wynwood, Kristan Von Hornsleth is taking a bigger slice of the Miami art scene with a collaboration with Art N Folly gallery for his next show. .
It was none other than “Sweet Dreams” at LIV on Saturday night, as Alan Walker took over the decks and gave the crowd the performance they were waiting for. Confetti flew and bottles popped, as revelers danced until sunrise.
Locust Projects celebrated the opening of three new commissioned projects featuring Sonic Insurgency Research Group (SIRG), Leila Weefur and the 181 Collective.
The Miami public went to Paris for the evening of February 20 with Piaf! Le Spectacle, a musical celebration of the life and music of legendary French singer Edith Piaf.
The Baia Beach Club at the Mondrian Hotel held a special celebration for National Margarita Day. Five-dollar taco specials and $30 Don Julio margarita flights were offered all day and afternoon, an Equinox abs class from 6-7 p.m., and a DJ from 4-7 p.m. at the bridge.
Yoga enthusiasts joined Annie in a dynamic 45-minute flow through one of the Design District’s most coveted event spaces, the Garden Rooftop. This restorative candlelight flow focused on lots of mindful breathing and mindful movement helping guests come back to their present and release any lasting anxiety from the week.
Mayami Mexicantina is the best way to spend your Saturday night as guests gathered at this trendy and stylish restaurant and danced the night away with tons of tequila.
On Saturday night, revelers danced the night away at Eme and enjoyed endless bottle parades as well as live entertainment that had the whole club going crazy.
Our Presidents Weekend destination is an island paradise as rich in history as it is in natural beauty. Just ten minutes from Brickell (Miami’s financial district) is Virginia Key, which we are pleased to transform into a pop-up beach club that will honor the spirit of Miami, while sending you to another world.