After another landmark year spent gently rocking daytime events across the globe, All Day I Dream returns to Miami Music Week. Lee Burridge and several of his crew of house and techno legends are set to write yet another beautiful chapter of their musical story - this time at 1 Hotel in South Beach.
All Day I Dream events began on a Brooklyn rooftop back in 2011 and have since become an international sensation. Around the world, crowds gather to become part of a community spurred on by Lee Burridge and his unique roster of artists, each bringing forward a signature technicolor emotionalism, the sort that’s all too rare in the current electronic music scene.
Spreading across the world from New York to Los Angeles, from London to Moscow, Berlin to Beirut, the parties expanded and flourished due in part to Lee’s major presence at Burning Man and his desire to create something magical.
Giving the partygoer (or “Dreamer”) more than just the usual short DJ set, All Day I Dream aspired to create it's own unique ambience through the combination of the musical selection and journey as well as unique venues, each decorated with draped fabric, fairy lights and lanterns creating an unparalleled and magical atmosphere.
Last year’s event took All Day I Dream from to Brazil and Miami to Montreal, even taking the event to Portugal and Mexico for The BPM Festival. Dubai to Detroit and was last seen in Miami this past December during Art Basel. Perfectly capturing daytime partying, day into dusk has to lead the way for many others that now follow. A world that Lee Burridge dreams of one day that wants everyone to be a part of. Where structural art pieces meet beautiful melodies under floating decor. Each party acts as an embodiment of the warm and positive experience All Day I Dream has always represented. Afternoon populated by beaming smiles and closed eyes.
The All Day I Dream label continues to support newly discovered artists as well as their familiar family members. Recent releases include PHCK’s Elephants, Zone+’s Baia, as well as Sébastien Léger’s Lost Miracle. Out just in time for this year's Miami Music Week is Tel-Aviv producer Roy Rosenfeld’s When We Were Innocent as well as Rebelski’s Paper Tree 6-track EP. The label cultivates and inspires the emotive edges of these talented producers’ range.
Be apart of the next chapter to All Day I Dream of Southern Beaches this Winter Music Conference at the lavishing 1 Hotel in South Beach on March 23rd, tickets are still available while supplies last.
All Day I Dream of Southern Beaches
Miami Music Week 2018
The 1 Hotel | Friday, March 23