Dreamland, the immersive LGBTQ+ art, music and wellness festival, returns to Miami Beach this New Year’s Weekend. Events will take place at some of Miami’s best venues including the Oasis and the all-new M2 Nightclub and will feature musical performances by Purple Disco Machine, Sofi Tukker, and the Las Vegas stage spectacular turned global sensation created and directed by Channing Tatum, MAGIC MIKE LIVE.
“We’re going to ignite your senses and imagination,” event producer Jake Resnicow promises.
Being called “Queer Coachella”, Dreamland will be a multi-day experience, offering complimentary wellness programs, local and international gastronomic gatherings, visual art installations, large-scale art pieces, interactive exhibitions, and much more. Many of the biggest DJ talent from around the world are slated to appear including Danny Verde and Isaac Escalante.
Celebrations begin Thursday, Dec 29 at 8pm at the Neon Dreams party taking place at Oasis. Grammy-Nominated Sofi Tukker performs, along with J Worra and Coco & Breezy .
The weekend’s main event, Dreamland New Year’s Eve, takes place Saturday, December 31, with a live performance by the cast of MAGIC MIKE LIVE: The Tour. In Miami for a limited time only, MAGIC MIKE LIVE is a sexy and thrilling first-class entertainment experience inspired by the hit “Magic Mike” films. Piano House Queen LP Giobbi will perform the evening, along with DJs Danny Verde, Isaac Escalante and Matt Denton.
On January 1, revelers will enjoy an all-day marathon event at The Oasis Wynwood, including the first party of 2023 with performances by Horse Meat Disco and Grammy-nominated Purple Disco Machine.
Jake Resnicow is the premiere promoter in the LGBTQ+ space. He was recently honored as one of the OUT100 Most Influential LGBTQ People of the Year. His Pride Festivals in New York, Miami, Las Vegas and Los Angeles are spectacles, and he’s produced some of the most prestigious fundraiser events, raising over $30M for organizations including Life Ball, Trevor Project, The White Party Gala, Ali Forney Center, Lambda Legal and It Gets Better.
A portion of the proceeds from Dreamland will benefit the Theresa Velasquez Memorial Scholarship program at Femme House, a non-profit organization that fosters opportunities for women and gender-expansive individuals in the technical and behind the scenes areas of music.
Tickets for all events are available now at Dreamlandnye.com