Factory Town Cements Itself As The Place for Miami Music Week 2023

Something that only just began a year ago has grown into a Miami party institution in a short time. During Miami Music Week 2022, Link Miami Rebels (the group behind Space) unveiled a new and improved layout for the new Factory Town venue in Hialeah. Not only that, but they worked their magic to push their events all night into the sunrise. However, it wasn’t until Halloween, Art Basel and NYE that Factory Town cemented itself as one of Miami’s best party venues. In those short months, the venue hosted elrow, Afterlife’s debut Miami event, Solomun, Carl Cox, Fisher, and more.

With solid bookings, outstanding production, and all-night parties, Factory Town became THE go-to place for big events in Miami. Now Factory Town is Miami’s equivalent to New York’s Brooklyn Mirage. As Miami Music Week approaches, you’ll need to check out at least one of their events during the week. In fact, you can go to all of them by purchasing an All Access Pass.

Wednesday – Afterlife

When Tale of Us brought their legendary Afterlife party, nobody could have predicted how game-changing it would be for the Miami scene. It was the first Afterlife in the US outside of Brooklyn Mirage, and the first major melodic techno event in Miami. The event was a smashing success with the most incredible production anybody had seen outside of Ultra. So successful that Afterlife is coming back to Miami less than six months later. It is unheard of for any one city to get an Afterlife show more than once in a year, and yet that’s what’s happening now.

Expect another bespoke production setup featuring an absolutely massive center LED wall and plenty of corresponding lights and lasers to go with it. No lineup yet, but you can be sure to see Tale of Us play from late night until sunrise along with a whole host of Afterlife artists playing the best in melodic techno. You can get tickets while they last here.

Thursday – elrow Rowlympic Games

elrow is yet another storied party brand that has moved its home to Factory Town. After touching down previously at Island Gardens, elrow supersized its party during Art Basel and added a second stage. Now the party goes all night. Factory Town will be transformed into Julius Caesar’s Rome, complete with flames, torches, rings, vaulting poles, and more. Tickets are still available here.

Friday – Paradise Miami

Paradise is a staple of Miami Music Week and Art Basel. Jamie Jones brings his epic party and all of his artist friends to Miami at least once a year, but the Music Week party is definitely the best. Tickets are available here.

Friday – Music On

Factory Town will be firing on all cylinders on Friday, featuring 3 different parties simultaneously. If Paradise doesn’t get you there, then perhaps Music On will. The label party touched down at Factory Town during Art Basel and was a perfect way to close out the wild week. Now it’s back alongside Paradise and Black Coffee. Expect to see Marco Carola and all of his friends playing the best of House and Tech House. Tickets still available here.

Friday – Black Coffee & Friends

Paradise and Music On still haven’t convinced you? Then maybe Black Coffee & Friends will be the reason you come to Factory Town on Friday. With so many epic parties in one place, you need to be. Grab your tickets here.

Saturday – Get Lost

Miami Music Week’s legendary 24-hour party returns once again for an epic bender of music. As you can see from the massive lineup, there’s something for everyone here. And it doesn’t even include some surprise special guests (read: artists performing at Ultra). Tickets available here.

Sunday: MMW Closing Party

Factory Town is going huge for the epic MMW Closing Party. There will be stage takeovers from John Summit‘s Off The Gride, Gorgon City‘s Realm, and Lee Foss‘ Repopulate Mars. On top of that, Link Miami Rebels will be hosting its own stage filled with local Miami flavors. Fans of house look no further than closing down the big week here with all of these epic parties in one. Get your tickets here.