All the Details on Dim Mak’s Wynwood Rager During Miami Music Week

Dim Mak Miami was the place to party on Friday night.

Dim Mak

Miami Music Week is easily one of the most anticipated events to go down in Miami, FL. Various artists make their way down to perform for thousands of people in just one week! With Ultra Music Festival happening at the culmination of this series of events, Dim Mak did not think twice to bring the party to their event on Friday night (March 24).

This year, Dim Mak’s annual Miami Music Week (MMW) event left the South Beach sand behind and headed to the Wynwood Arts District which is home to over 70 galleries, retail stores, antique shops, bars, and one of the largest open-air street-art installations in the world.

Held at RC Cola Plant, the label’s rager featured a headlining performance from Steve Aoki, with additional DJ sets from Borgore, Deorro, Keys N Krates, MAKJ, QUIX, and more. The event lit up Wynwood, leaving thousands of ravers partying until the early morning.

Celeb Secrets was on-site to catch all of the action from the biggest event before Ultra Music Festival. Our favorite moment of the night? Steve Aoki. 

Aoki never disappoints when we see him live, so we knew we were in for something extravagant during the set. On Friday night, however, he reached the absolute impossible — it was so lit. Aoki performed in front of thousands, mixing his popular tracks including “Back 2 U,” “I Love It When You Cry,” and more. To close out the night, Steve performed his smash hit “Just Hold On” feat. Louis Tomlinson and the fans went crazy. It was definitely a night to remember!

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Written by Jozie Schroder

Jozie is the executive editor and head of photography for Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. She is a student at the University of Miami majoring in finance and minoring in public relations. When she is not with her sister Juliet coordinating business plans or attending red carpets, she can be seen as a dancer on the University of Miami Hurricanettes team, where she also runs the organization's social media accounts.