Brace yourself, Miami. Larger than life EDM duo, Jack Ü, will be taking over Sun Life Stadium on Saturday, January 16th with its outrageous showcase of colorful chaos. The world’s largest paint party is coming soon to the 305, and along with Skrillex and Diplo, the concert will feature a hype lineup that includes Big Sean, Steve Aoki, Zeds Dead, Flosstradamus, Ruby Rose, 3LAU, and more. If you’ve got the chance, hitting up the home of the Hurricanes this MLK weekend for LIC will not disappoint.
As if you needed an excuse, this is an absolute prime time to go to LIC. Raving in what is essentially a human canvas of thousands of people will always be memorable, but this year in particular, it’s a must.
For one, Jack Ü is coming off of a year that was nothing short of stellar in terms of production and growth. The supergroup’s empire expanded to colossal new heights in 2015, which included the very successful release of a self-titled, debut album, and a major role in the revival of Justin Bieber’s career. Hits like “Take Ü There” and “Where Are Ü Now” were heard everywhere, establishing this pair as arguably the most prosperous crossover artist of the year. The point is, whatever these two masterminds have planned is sure to be insane.
Plus, you only have to look at the lineup to realize how the kids say, “lit”, this concert will be. Along with the headliners, other acts like talented progressive house DJ Moska and trap-master Big Makk are sure to bring the noise. However, a highlight of the day will undoubtedly be Steve Aoki’s performance. Along with being the founder of Dim Mak Records, an always zany media personality, and the Japanese-American Jesus of EDM, Steve Aoki never fails to put on a ridiculous concert when he’s doing what he does best: DJing. The showmanship and liveliness in his performance is enough to make the crowd go completely wild, especially as he spins out his intense and giddy brand of electro house, and constantly interacts with the crowd. It’s truly an experience that you need to see for yourself.
So here’s the deal: Tier 3 tickets are still on sale at www.licmiami.com, but they are selling quickly. Don’t miss out – go and grab ‘em while you still can!
*Also, just a quick heads up that you should not bring or wear anything you care too much about to this show. This should be common sense, but you never know. The distinguishing feature of Life in Color is that concertgoers literally splatter each other with paint. It’ll be an awesome time, but you’ve got to embrace it in full. Unfortunately, you can’t fling paint around with a silver spoon, so you might have to leave the Gucci flip-flops at home. Be prepared to be a mess. Keep that phone in a plastic bag. Even if you don’t get hit with too much paint (which you will), you could get caked or showered in champagne by Aoki himself. If you can’t appreciate that type of honor, you probably shouldn’t be at Life in Color in the first place.