Nicole Moudaber Gets You ‘In the MOOD’ at Miami Music Week
The Queen of Techno, Nicole Moudaber is poised to takeover Miami in a big way during the annual week long celebration of dance music. You won’t want to miss any of this!
Nicole Moudaber Presents MoodDAY
Celebrating the 100th episode of her weekly ‘In The MOOD Radio’ show live from the Raleigh Hotel Pool on South Beach she’s bringing a few friends with her for the special occasion. Carl Craig, Damian Lazarus, ENDO, Guti (Live) and Pan-Pot will all be throwing down sets throughout the day. Great music, great people and the sun shining down, sounds like an awesome way to spend a day in SoBe. If you can’t make it don’t worry, you can tune-in to the live broadcast which will air exclusively on her ‘In The Mood Radio’ show in 49 countries. The day-to-night party starts at noon and goes till 10 PM. Tickets and tables are still available for what is sure to be a day to remember.
Carl Cox & Friends at Ultra
Oh Yes, Oh Yes! Next up for those headed to Ultra Music Festival you can catch Nicole at the Megastructure for Carl Cox & Friends on March 19th. Get over there and dance as this is Carl Cox’s only U.S. festival appearance in 2016. If you don’t have a ticket for Ultra, you have missed the boat as the festival has once again sold out.
Nicole Moudaber All Night Long
Later that day, is seven hours (yes, you read that correctly) of Nicole at Trade Miami. MoodNIGHT starts at 10 PM and goes till 5 AM. Get ready to dance all night long. Tickets are available on Resident Advisor. This will for sure sellout so make sure to add this one to your party list for Miami Music Week.
If you can’t make it to Miami, catch Nicole at one of her upcoming dates:
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