The Most Ratchet Miami Music Week Party Is A Strip Club Rave

The Most Ratchet Miami Music Week Party Is A Strip Club Rave

by Danielle Desmond
03.08.2014


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We know, it’s hard to leave a wonderland like Miami. After a long week of partying, there’s no crazier way to end Miami Music Week than with the most epic party of them all, complete with bass and titties. Saving the most daring and quite possibly the best for last, Overthrow’s legendary ‘Hard 2 Leave’ strip club rave is back by popular demand, returning to the heart of downtown Miami on March 30. If you aren’t familiar, this event is known as the unofficial closing party of both Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival in March, and most recently Art Basel in December. 

Just when you thought there were no fresh ideas in the dance music scene, Hard 2 Leave challenges the status quo and dares you to step outside of your comfort zone. Brought to you by Overthrow, a collective of sick geniuses who are also partly responsible for ‘Basel Castle’, you are cordially invited to the only electronic music event that takes place inside a nightclub with fully nude dancers, featuring DJ sets from some of the biggest names in the industry. 

This time around, the festivities will be taking place at E11EVEN, a club formerly known as Goldrush. With a full bar, full nudity and a Funktion-One Resolution 6 sound system, schedule your flight a day later to do something away from the norm and throw your rent money at topless dancers. The artists have yet to be announced, but the previous roster includes A-Trak, Brodinski, RL Grime, 12th Planet x Nero, AC Slater and Zeds Dead. 

We'll leave the rest to your imagination. From what we’ve heard, you really can’t accurately describe this party, you have to witness it for yourself. I mean, it’s not called Hard 2 Leave for nothing. Bring your partner in crime, check your morality at the door, grab a scotch, and don’t be afraid to enjoy the show.

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