While the Ultra Music Festival has thrown a spotlight on the Miami EDM scene in recent years, even rivaling Southern California as the EDM capital of the United States, Miami residents have been holding it down at Club Space for years.
Club Space Miami has earned its reputation as one of the best nightclubs in the entire country, and Space Miami events regularly attracts some of the top DJs in the world. With a rooftop terrace and a reputation for after-hours parties that keep on going until 2 p.m. the next day, it’s easy to see why DJs and clubgoers alike are desperate to get inside.
Unlike some other clubs around the country, the Space nightclub doesn’t post a lineup of events throughout the year, so it’s hard to know for sure who’s going to be spinning a few weeks from now. If you want to get in the door, you’ll have to act fast to score Space Miami tickets. Still, over the years the Space nightclub has attracted DJs like Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, Armin Van Buuren, and tons more, who helped make the club famous around the world for hosting DJ sets that go on for 10 hours or more. Not only that, but Club Space Miami is also known for bringing attention to lesser known but extremely talented DJs from around the world, but especially homegrown Miami DJs.
For many up and coming DJs, a residency at Club Space is a huge get. There’s a reason Club Space tickets can be so hard to get.
So what DJs are you likely to see at the Space nightclub in 2016? In the early days of Spring 2016, the venue has played host to Miami native DJs like Alex Sanchez (ALX), as well as transplants like Mark M. Rony Seikaly, Vanjee, Serge Devant, Boris, Pan-Pot, and Chris Valencia have also played recent DJ sets.
If you’re traveling to Miami this year and want to see some of the best DJs you’ve never heard of yet, then you’ll want to hit up Club Space Miami’s after-hours events. There aren’t many popular nightclubs around today that have been in business for 16 years and counting, but Space is right at the top of that very short list.