III POINTS FESTIVAL SET TO LIGHT UP MIAMI THIS MAY! {MUSIC & ART FESTIVAL/EVENTS}


This May NAKID is going to take you on a journey through one of the best new festivals in the U.S., III POINTS Fest in Miami! Located at MANA WYNWOOD (2217 NW 5th Ave, Miami, FL 33127), brings art, music & technology together all in one place to explore their connection and the creative experience they develop in such a way that is unique and expansive to your senses. Taking place Friday, May 1, & Saturday, May 2, 2020 from 5pm–5am daily, the festival is going set to be the best yet with music by The Strokes, Disclosure, Wu Tang Clan, Tycho, Robyn, Danny Daze, Stereolab, Kaytranada, Caribou & more!

With the support of the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami this years creative exploration will not only mesmerize but capture your imagination and senses in a way that only III Points can in ‘The World Of III Points’ interactive art, sound & visual installations.

From immersive, glowing environments to large-scale murals and live graffiti, III Points is an oasis of art and culture. Not to mention, a variety of delicious food in the III Points food court where you can grab a bite then catch an unforgettable performance from one of the 50+ badass up-and-coming music acts and renowned artists from across the globe!

Don’t miss out on one of the premier festivals offering an six stages of cutting-edge audiovisual technology and unique immersive environments kicking off the Spring and the festival season!

GET TICKETS HERE

https://youtu.be/_NLKA2BcWL8


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