34th Annual Winter Music Conference will Return to Miami in 2019
November 6, 2018
November 6, 2018
Red Bull Guest House is making its return to Miami this year in its third incarnation, this time taking place at Sagamore, The Art Hotel, March 26-29th, coinciding with Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival. This year, Red Bull Guest House (RBGH) hand-selected curators and artists to create seven individual showcases over four days and three nights, returning with its celebrated daytime pool parties and memorable late night breakfast club blowouts, all of which are exclusive to RBGH.
Curators include Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment, whose showcase is the only one of its kind during MMW, and the HARD Pool Party, which promises electrifying B2B sets as their only poolside soiree throughout the week. Debuts to Miami Music Week include Guy Gerber’s RUMORS and New York nightlife icons Ladyfag & Seva Granik present: SHADE: MELTDOWN. Making its North American debut is Seth Troxler presents Big Tittie Surprise, and in what will be the first of its kind is the premiere of new event Kygo + Thomas Jack’s Tropical. A special seventh showcase and the full lineup will be revealed at the start of March, while surprise guests from the music and art world will continue to make Red Bull Guest House an experience unlike any other.
This year at RBGH, International Music Summit (IMS) will host documentary screenings and moderated Q&A’s while the Traktor Cookery School will return with top DJs cooking up their favorite dishes poolside. Red Bull Music Academy Radio will once again hold down the airwaves with exclusive live interviews, DJ sets and broadcasts throughout the four-day experience. Guests will enjoy hospitality from fashion line Public School NYC and bikinis by Miami’s own I SHINE 365 swimwear, grooming and beauty services by Nail Swag, Blo Miami, and Brooklyn’s Heartbreakers Barbershop, and more.
Fans wondered if Red Bull Guest House’s first year in 2013 could be topped, as that inaugural year saw Skrillex, Jamie xx, Pusha T, Carl Craig, A-Trak and more step up to the decks. With high expectations, guests returned in 2014 to see Skrillex curating an entire OWSLA-run showcase, and a true Mad Decent rager with Diplo, DJ Snake, RiFF RAFF, Waka Flocka and Trinidad James. Diddy and Guy Gerber introduced 2014’s 11:11 album in a surprise event and the legendary Giorgio Moroder spun one of his most intimate sets in years. This year, RBGH returns with a lineup that celebrates the taste and ear for talent from a select group of passionate curators and the artists they’re inspired by most.