Link Miami Rebels Hosting Over 51 Parties for Music Week

Music Week is just a week away and now is the time to finalize your plans. The venerable events group, Link Miami Rebels in conjunction with Insomniac, is bursting at the seams with dope events to keep you dancing all week long. In total there are over 51 events coming form this team of party masters. This year, Link Miami Rebels is running events from Space, The Ground, Floyd, Jolene, Factory Town, and Miami Marine Stadium. If you want an all-access pass for Space, Floyd, and Factory Town then jump on the waiting list for a Rebel Pass.

Club Space

Club Space is the most legendary of the venues, and it needs little introduction. For over 20 years Miami’s Club Space has been a Mecca for electronic music lovers craving marathon raves curated by acclaimed DJ’s and selectors from across the globe. Even in a city known for its after-hours parties, Space has garnered widespread praise among audiences by regularly extending night time parties into mornings, afternoons and subsequent evenings. The club’s famous Terrace features a clear ceiling allowing dancers the rare opportunity to watch starlight turn to sunrise as they get lost and fall in love with the music on the dance floor.

Some Space highlights this year include Cloonee presents Hellbent, NoArt, Paco Osuna’s Now Here, Solid Grooves, Fisher with Martinez Brothers, and the legendary 36-hour closing party. Space is still selling all access passes here. You can see the full roster of parties with ticket links here.

The Ground

Space isn’t simply for DJ’s, just below The Terrace is Miami’s premier venue for live alternative music – The Ground. Hip-hop heroes, incredible indie bands and electronic musicians with truly electric presence have all stepped foot on The Ground to rave reviews from audiences. The ability to see legacy alternative acts play side-by-side with the hottest up-and-coming musicians in an intimate space is unparalleled in Miami and has given The Ground a rock solid reputation among Miami music lovers.

Some highlights there include Matroda & Friends, Before Dawn with Victor Ruiz, Charles D, and Brennen Grey, Sable Valley, & More. You can see the full list and buy tickets here.


Among the endless glitz and glamor of Miami’s nightlife, Floyd is known as the city’s best kept secret. This truly unique room nestled in the heart of Club Space evokes the feeling of a 21st Century speakeasy with an inviting atmosphere bathed in sultry red lighting and a varied selection of craft beers and cocktails to satiate the tastes of the erudite patron. The intimate space caters to discerning music lovers with programming regularly featuring an eclectic selection of musical acts from adventurous house, techno, reggaeton, jazz and beyond.

Some Floyd highlights include Desolat, Ellen Allien + Sam Paganini, mau p, and My Friend Misty. See them all and get your tickets here.

Factory Town

Located in Hialeah, Miami’s “City of Progress,” Factory Town is the largest and hottest party spot in Miami these days. It’s committed to fostering a community of dancers and other creatives that is bigger and more inclusive of South Florida’s uniquely diverse population than any large venue before or since. All walks of life are welcome in this multi-acre outdoor space to participate in our community marketplace.

Factory Town is hosting some of the week’s best parties like Drumcode, KNTXT, elrow, Eli Brown, Experts Only, Repopulate Mar,s Music On, Blackbook Records, Black Coffee, Artcore, and Dom Dolla’s Good Fortune. Snag your tickets for all of them here.

Jolene Sound Room

This is a one-of-a-kind sound space in Downtown on the legendary Flagler Street. Located in the basement of 200 E Flagler Street, the funky, retro-themed high energy sound room is complete with a state-of-the-art audio and light system designed to celebrate local music culture and Miami-based artists. The venue draws top talent from Miami’s thriving nightlife scene as well as the global dance music circuit to create an idyllic dance floor for locals and visitors alike.

Some Jolene highlights include Human By Default Label Party, Get Traum, ChaseWest, and Ranger Trucco presents range. See the full roster and get your tickets here.

Miami Marine Stadium

Afterlife is making a big move this year, and it’s sure to delight fans. After hitting Factory Town twice before, Afterlife is moving to the legendary Miami Marine Stadium “flex-park”. This venue is being built just for Afterlife and its massive 20k capacity. You might remember it as home to half of Ultra Music Festival in 2019. That’s where we had the Main Stage, Worldwide Stage, and the LIVE Stage. As Afterlife further embraces the theme of nature-meets-technology, it only makes sense for the label/brand to move to Miami’s most beloved asset, the waterfront. You can imagine that Afterlife will lean heavily into the beautiful scenery of the waterfront, the skyline, and the historic Miami Marine Stadium (that we wish oh-so-badly would be renovated and re-opened).

This is not a “stadium” show, for the unaware. It’s outdoors and on pavement. It’s going to be glorious, and you can imagine it will probably be setup in a similar orientation to Ultra’s mainstage, or perhaps on the opposite side of the space, depending on what view they want in the background. As you can see below, there will be plenty of space for an epic production and a massive crowd without too much crowd crunch. Get your tickets here for Day 1 or Day 2 while you still can.