Lil Baby and DaBaby are co-hosting the Trap Bowl day party Saturday at Wynwood Factory in Miami's art district, and Lil Baby's earning $70,000, compared to $80k for DaBaby.
After a busy Art Basel weekend that included playing alongside the Martinez Brothers at Heart Festival, Morillo will promptly return to the Magic City Friday, December 20, at Wynwood Factory. He'll be joined on the evening's bill by Miami’s own Cocodrills and Leyva.
Less than two years later, Heart is set to return with its first music festival, which will take place at Wynwood Factory this Thursday and Friday. The lineup is bold and brings the likes of Heart stalwarts and Miami admirers such as the Martinez Brothers and Oliva back to the city. The bill also includes numerous local talents and former resident DJs for the shuttered club, including Fiin and Nii Tei.
Enter if you dare: “Secret Garden does not take fear lightly,” reads the invite for Wynwood Factory’s eerily mysterious four-day dance party meets haunted house. There is a line-up of DJs to keep you dancing after you survive the frights, so get ready to sweat through your make-up.
Wynwood Factory has got it going on for Halloween weekend. Want creepy? The 20,000 square foot event space next to the railroad tracks has that perfectly eerie vibe you thrill-seekers crave.
Between his show at the Brooklyn Mirage, his numerous sets at Electric Zoo, his NYC Holo show, and his upcoming show at the Wynwood Factory, we have more than enough reasons to be envious of our East Coast compatriots.
Another stop on the Eric Prydz express is coming to Miami this fall. Via its various social platforms, Wynwood Factory is unveiling the news to much excitement. This is long-anticipated makeup show for the big Miami Music Week 2019 show that was sadly canceled. On November 9th, the man of many monikers will grace the decks as Pryda at the northeast Miami dance hub.
Take a break from the cold weather and celebrate Miami art and music this December. Coming to the Wynwood Factory, the Heart Music Festival is making its Miami debut during Miami Art Week this December.
There will be one of the most notables visual arts and music with large-scale installations where each secret room will host unique pieces and immersive art. This out-of-the-world experience will allow guests to explore multiple rooms converted by talented artists that were joined together by Superchief Gallery and Juxtapoz Magazine.