Of course, the big man himself Claude Von Stroke made an appearance along with fellow comrades J. Phillip, Kill Frenzy, Christian Martin, Walker & Royce and special guest Justin Martin guaranteeing an exceptional night of music. The venue itself, Smashed Canvas, which is located in the heart of the art district Wynwood, was perfectly intimate and provided enough space for shufflers, glovers and old school House lovers to dance the night away. The music was infectious and the energy was warm, a trait very common to Dirtybird events which prides itself on the feeling of familiarity and inclusion. In between sets, Justin Martin and Claude Von Stroke would take breaks from eating the mouthwatering BBQ provided by the legendary Grillson to take pictures with ravers over the backstage rail. After taking a quick snap, they would make it a point to say hello and speak with their fans, truly showing how much these artists care about the people who invest their time on seeing them. To think that the Dirtybird BBQ series all began with a small grill, a teeny set of speakers and a close-knit group of dreamers only ten years is phenomenal. Make it a point to include this event in your Miami Art Basel plans in 2017, you wonâ€™t regret it.
Published on Dec 1, 2016
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