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:: Off Weekend 2017

By: Carmine Pascuzzi

We all deserve an OFF WEEKEND and Miami is about to get its biggest! South Florida’s only multi-genre music festival is confirmed to launch at Historic Virginia Key Park in Biscayne on December 9 & 10, 2017! The eclectic line-up has confirmed multi-platinum artist Iggy Azalea, The Kills, TV on The Radio, Wu Tang Clan, Alex Clare, Bishop Briggs, Los Walters, Missio, Misterwives, Sunlight & Lions, The Airborne Toxic Event, The Shelters plus more to be announced!

Over two days an estimated crowd of 40,000 + friends will experience a new era in South Florida music festivals. Created and produced by some of the greatest music event conceptualists in Miami (Eric Prydz and Above & Beyond at RC COLA Plant, HYTE MIAMI).

“We are excited that OFF WEEKEND is coming to Historic Virginia Key Beach Park in early December! We have wanted to have an event with Art, Music and Culture happen in December for a long time and are really interested to see what Like Minded Events will create at this beautiful park”, said Michelle Swaby-Smith, Special Events Liaison for Virginia Key Beach Park Trust.

“Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is the perfect location for an event like OFF WEEKEND. We have a beautiful shoreline, wonderful historic landmarks and a lush tropical landscape that will be very conducive for an event such as this. The event organizers have promised a weekend of Artistic driven entertainment with unique art exhibits, music and fun! We welcome Off Weekend to this Paradise Renewed.” added Guy Forchion, Executive Director for Virginia Key Beach Park Trust

For those who wish to express their individualism but celebrate community…there is OFF Weekend. Music meets Art under the sun & sky kissed by the waters off of Biscayne Bay. OFF Weekend will present layers of incredible and talented contemporary musicians during the world’s largest contemporary art weekend for the first time ever.

OFF tickets are $59.99 for 2 day General Admission
OFF VIF (Very Important Friends) tickets are $199

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