III Points Festival, located in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, unveiled a killer lineup that highlights diversity in so many realms! Whatever plans you may have had for the 15-17th of February 2019 should be out the window; basically Top Shelf is telling you to ditch your valentine and explore cultures colliding, eating like kings, discovering and immersing yourself in art and, most importantly, remembering to DANCE DANCE DANCE!
III Point organizers rose to (and surpassed) expectations in an epic feat for 2019 ...
III Point organizers rose to (and surpassed) expectations in an epic feat for 2019, showcasing so many distinctly different headlining acts such as SZA, A$ AP Rocky, Tyler The Creator and Erykah Badu. These names only skim the surface of the intricate and nuanced lineup.
“The mission of III Points is to reflect our community in Miami with a bold, diverse lineup,” says III Points co-founder Molly Hawkins. “Bringing together the artists that inspire us most — the greatest minds in music — has been our priority from day one and we are incredibly excited about this year’s festival.”
III Points arose six years ago as a means to represent and unite a unique and diverse community. The festical itself offers a platform that showcases Miami’s up-and-coming music acts, along with local artists from many disciplines, by placing them alongside the greatest musical and artistic minds in the world. The blending of experimental, new age, reggae, old school pop, hip hop, R&B, drum and bass and even electroswing strikes a balance that makes festy heads do a double-take. Not only is balance amongst the genres freely supported throughout the lineup, but the fest also extends its graces towards acts on the rise that deserve exposure.
Others diving into the mix include Khruangbin, who are sure to perform an epic cinematic set, along with Beach House throwing their ambient flare onto a III Point stage. For you 90’s babies, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon will fix you up and get you back in touch with serious hip hop and style — performing Only Built 4 Cuban Linx in full! Blood Orange will be taking the stage as well, along with James Blake and much-anticipated sophisticated, edgy, dare we call it, new age rock-n-roll sets from Ty Segall & White Fence while Pussy Riot brings the punk.
... the fest is kicking it up another few notches by announcing III Points All Night.
The mixture is assorted in terms of genre, culture, time periods and artist dynamics. You’re bound to see a mash up, spotlight or special guest onstage that weekend that will shock and satisfy the trendiest and most dynamic of listeners. In addition to the jam-packed live act lineup, the fest is kicking it up another few notches by announcing III Points All Night. Yeah, you read that right. III Points have thrown together a whopper list of legends from around the globe to keep the spirit rocking 5pm-5am throughout the weekend.
Some globetrotting favorites you won’t want to miss out on ar UK heavy hitters Ben UFO and Joy Orbison in a rare stateside b2b set, New York hero Honey Dijon, rising Korean-American star Yaeji, lo-fi house champion DJ Seinfeld, German experimentalist Lena Willikens, techno auteur Laurel Halo, breakout Peggy Gou, house veteran Jacques Greene and reclusive electro icon DJ Stingray.
"With Miami being one of the hubs of electronic music, we typically get blessed with amazing underground acts every week down here," says III Points founder David Sinopoli.
Tickets are on sale now and selling fast. There is so much going down at III Points, it is sure to be a banger that you won’t want to miss! Check out www.iiipoints.com for more information on ticket sales and passes, as well as get pumped with their official Spotify lineup playlist available here.