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Dreamland Miami Gay New Year's Eve

Dreamland Miami Gay New Year's Eve

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The 4-day LGBTQ+ festival is presented by legendary party-producer Jake Resnicow and features Purple Disco Machine, Sofi Tukker, and Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike Live.

Dreamland, the immersive queer art, music, and wellness festival, returns to Miami, New Year’s Weekend (December 29 - January 2). Several of Miami’s top venues ⎯ including the Oasis and the all-new M2 Nightclub ⎯ will play host to musical performers, including by Purple Disco Machine and Sofi Tukker. Also on tap, a local performance of the Las Vegas stage spectacular turned global touring-sensation created and directed by Channing Tatum, Magic Mike Live.

“We’re going to ignite your senses and imagination,” event producer Jake Resnicow tells news media. Joining in the festivities will be some of the biggest DJs from around the world, including Horse Meat Disco, Coco & Breezy, and J Worra.

Sofi Tukker performs at Dreamland

Thousands of LGBTQ+ people and their allies are expected to travel to Miami for the four-day, five-party event. General admission weekend passes start at $299. The weekend starts with the Neon Dreams party, Thursday, December 29, at 8 pm at the open-air Oasis when Grammy-nominated Sofi Tukker (Wet Tennis) performs, along with J Worra, and Coco & Breezy.

The celebration’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. Piano House Queen LP Giobbi will also perform the evening, along with DJs Danny Verde, Isaac Escalante, and Matt Denton.

Magic Mike Live

Magic Mike Live is the sexy entertainment experience inspired by the hit Magic Mike films. Get up close and personal with some of the hottest and most talented male strippers in the country who will perform their daring dance routines and specialty acts in front of, behind, above, and around the audience.

“Like Dreamland, Magic Mike Live is a fun, sexy celebration where everyone is welcome, and there’s truly a little something for everyone,” Vincent Marini, executive producer of Magic Mike Live, said in a statement to the press. “Our team has worked hard to develop a show that is empowering, exciting, and representational of the people who come to watch and cheer on this incredibly talented cast of performers night after night. We couldn’t be more excited to partner with one of the largest LGBT+ nightlife events in the country this New Year’s Eve and we encourage everyone to get their tickets for our stunning new touring production of Magic Mike Live in Miami before it’s gone!”

On January 1st, Horse Meat Disco joins Grammy-nominated Purple Disco Machine for an all-day marathon event at The Oasis Wynwood.

gay men doing yoga at Dreamland Miami

Throughout the multi-day experience, Dreamland offers complimentary wellness programs, local and international cuisine, art installations, and interactive exhibitions.

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 prestigious fundraisers, raising over $30 million for LGBTQ+ 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 nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for women and gender-expansive individuals in the technical and behind the scenes areas of music.

Resnicow explains, “Less than 1 percent of charting artists are LGBTQIA+. Together, we will change this with a new scholarship program in honor of my dear friend DJ Theresa.”

Jake Resnicow and DJ Theresa

Jake Resnicow and DJ Theresa

DJ Theresa was one of the top female DJs in the country and had been named to Billboard’s Pride List of Industry-Shaping LGBTQ Executives but passed away in the tragic 2021 Surfside apartment building collapse.

“Theresa’s undeniable talent for music helped lift people’s spirits, and her DJ sets brought joy to everyone’s hearts,” reflects Resnicow. “We pledge to continue her legacy by providing opportunities to aspiring LGBTQIA+ artists.”

The current fellows of the Theresa Velasquez Memorial Scholarship program are GeeXella (they/them) an Atlanta-based Black/Latinx, nonbinary and queer multidisciplinary artist who founded Duval Folx, a dance party that brings awareness to the violence Queer/Trans and BIPOC communities face in the South; and SEVYN, a Los Angeles based DJ and host of the FLUID show on dublab Radio.



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