Miami’s Finest: III Points
III Points Festival
October 13-15, 2017
Forget the old Miami stereotype of flashy cars, oiled up babes, and muscle-clad bros. The underbelly of Miami’s culture has a home in the broad Downtown area and is rife with creative talent. III Points is here to prove it. Since 2013, the festival merges art, music, and technology, bringing local and international talent to Wynwood.
This year’s lineup has just been announced and promises amazing talent and the first ever Miami performance by Gorillaz, currently touring their latest album. Expect a wild array of dance floor’s finest such as Richie Hawtin, The Black Madonna, John Talabot, Jacques Greene, The XX, and lesser known (but just as talented!) acts Fort Romeau, Moscoman, and more.
We’re thrilled to see the city’s growing pull for artists changing the game such as Kaytranada and Thundercat, Badbadnotgood, and Abra. Miami’s new generation of music fans deserve just as much exposure to today’s greatest as Los Angeles or New York.
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The Standard Spa Miami Beach
Perfect for the more intellectual music consumer, and in typical Standard fashion, this beautiful getaway has more low-key events and is known to host a pool-side after-party or two. Between their classic lazy Sunday BBQ and varied musical guests, there’s something for everyone at this locals-loved, high-end spa hotel.
The Langford might be the only hotel in the Downtown area that isn’t a glass high-rise tower. Instead, it captures the charm of old Miami–considering that it’s housed within the old Downtown Bank building. Rich colors and textures are accented by gilded details that make this the most sophisticated, yet understated, option in the area. Save some time for a bite or drink at PB Station and Pawn Broker within the hotel.
For something different, the Vagabond Motel offers a fully revamped, flashback experience to a seriously sixties vibe. This once famous spot had been left to decay until a major overhaul brought both the hotel and restaurant back to life. It’s the perfect spot for those who prefer an authentic, retro, local experience, and it’s just a short cab ride away from Wynwood.
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III Points has shaken up the Miami music scene and the overly gentrified Wynwood. Their playlist will keep us warm at night until October 13th.
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