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Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep to take over Miami Music Week 2019

Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep to take over Miami Music Week 2019 with their incredible parties and crazy lineups.

Both founded by Above & Beyond, Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep have set the standard for progressive, house, trance and deep music. They releases, as well as artist roasters, parties and festivals are now legendary. This year, both imprint will return to Miami with two crazy events.

Anjunadeep Open Air Miami

In the heart of Wynwood at MAPS Backlot, Anjunadeep Open Air Miami will take place from 2 pm till late night. The stellar lineup includes Ben Bohmer, Dom Donnelly, James Grant, Jody, Wisternoff, Luttrell and Oona Dahl.

Tier 1 and 2 tickets are completely sold out but, if you’re fast enough, you can still save your tier 3 ones. Starting at 60 $ (+ fee) tickets are now Anjunadeep Open Air Miami are available here.

Anjunadeep is an independent record label based in London, founded in 2005 by Above & Beyond and James Grant. Having begun life as an outlet for the deeper and more progressive end of the trio’s DJ sets, the label has grown into one of the dance music world’s most respected imprints.


 

Anjunabeats at Delano

Running the last day of Miami Music Week, Anjunabeats will take place on the 31st of March at Delano Beach Club from 12 to 23. Tier 2 and Tier 3 tickets are still available at 40 $ and 55 $ each via this link.

An essential stop during the South Beach Miami Music Week celebrations, the Anjunafamily take over the stylish Delano Beach Club for their first pool party in two years. You can catch the likes of Andrew Bayer, Gabriel & Dresden, GRUM, ilan Bluestone, Jason Ross, Oliver Smith, and Sunny Lax performing, with further surprises from the Anjuna camp stopping by throughout the day.

If you want to find out more about the Miami Music Week and all the events planned, follow our guide here.

Below you will find the recap of last year crazy Anjunabeach mega party.

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