Seeing your favorite performers in concert can often seem impossible. Not because they don’t headline in your hometown but because a ticket to their show can cost as much as a car payment. (Hey, Ultra and your $299.95 early-bird ticket, we're looking at you!)
For those of you who might have passed up catching all the hot poolside DJ tunes during Miami Music Week for the sake of your bank account, we have some good news: Major Lazer's Walshy Fire will spin a dope pool party in Fort Lauderdale, and it'll cost you only about $22. That price includes two hours of Finlandia vodka and Kapoya energy-drink cocktails. Be still, our budget-conscious hearts.
Thanks to local production firm Light Up the Nights and Kapoya Premium Energy Drink, it’s all going down at Bahia Cabana Beach Resort on Fort Lauderdale Beach. With
But let's get back to this gem: Walshy Fire — one-third of the Diplo-created electronic music group that was just announced as a headliner at Lollapalooza — will spin at this event. This man is major, and seeing him perform for the cost of a South Beach cocktail is incredible. From what we can tell, it’ll be a day of bikinis, lots of drinking, kick-ass music, and Light Up the Night’s massive LED robots with CO2 guns. So many of our favorite things in one!
Tickets are available via lutnofficial.eventbrite.com.
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