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Miami may be hot but luckily there are plenty of pool parties happening during Miami Music Week to cool you off. For the fourth year in a row, Klingande will once again be hosting his Playground Pool Party on Sunday, March 25th. Klingande, of course, will be playing with additional performances by Autograf (DJ Set), Goldfish, Jonas Blue, Michael Calfan, The Magician, and more.
Hosted by DiskoLab, the event will take place at the luxurious Delano Beach Club. For those looking for the VIP experience, cabanas can be booked. The Playground is sure to be a cool way to escape the crowds of Ultra and enjoy some tropical vibes.
Cedric Steinmyller, also known as Klingande, grew up in Northern France. He studied music theory from a young age and even spent a year studying at the Point Blank Music College in London. Klingande broke onto the scene in 2013 with his smash hit Jubel. Since then he has been releasing melodic house music and performing all over the world. Recently, he put out a new single, “Hope for Tomorrow” with Autograf and Dragonette.
Autograf is a trio from Chicago, Illinois. Jake Carpenter, Louis Kha, and Mikul Wing have been putting their own spin on things since 2013. For one of their first events as a group, they turned the House of Blue’s into “Warhol’s Factory” by creating an art installation featuring some of Andy Warhol’s most famous pieces. They have been combining their love for visual art and music ever since.
Alvin Teoh, Goldfish, is an artist from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has played at international festivals like Tomorrowland in Belgium and ZoukOut in Singapore. He often performs with Blink, another Malaysian DJ, but will be playing solo in Miami.
Guy James Robin is an electronic music producer from England. He gained popularity for his cover of “Fast Car” by Tracy Chapman in 2015. In the UK it even chartered higher than the original version, peaking at number two. He recently released a track with Sabrina Carpenter titled “Alien.”
Tickets for the event can be purchased here.