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New Years Eve 2014 Miami will be enormous no doubt. Even more so for Club Space Miami. Why? Because New Years Eve 2014 Miami marks the 14th New Years Eve Space will have celebrated – a remarkable feat in a city where venues can come and go faster than you can blink an eye. Space is a massive building that consists of 3 rooms, totaling a total of approximately 25,000 square feet of space. In comparison an average home in the U.S. is between 1,800 and 2,200 square feet. Afterall this is the 2nd building Club Space has occupied due to the venue’s popularity and the need for more and more space – no pun intended. So who’s going to be at New Years Eve 2014 Miami at Club Space? Long time friend of Space Paul van Dyk will be playing the main room with Mark M, Paco Osuna will be tearing up the terrace with Patrick M and Hector Desolat will be out on the loft with special guests Louis Puig + ALX. That’s 3 huge DJ’s supplemented by even more DJ’s, just because Club Space can.

New Years Eve 2014 Miami at Club Space Miami

However the good news doesn’t stop there! Not only are you getting an incredible amount of talent for New Years Eve 2014 Miami if you head over to Club Space, you’re also getting an open bar until midnight! Can it get better? Why yes, yes it can! Pre-midnight tickets are only $40 and pre-2am tickets are only $50! That’s a price that most South Beach venues simply don’t entertain, but it means more money in your pocket! Or you can spend more money on drinks – but we’ll leave that one up to you. New Years Eve 2014 Miami at Space is a 21+ event and proper dress is required. And don’t “forget” your ID’s at home, if you know what we mean. If you’re looking to spend a little more money and have yourself a Hell of a New Years Eve, then call 786-357-6456 to get information on VIP options available. You can purchase your tickets for New Years Eve 2014 Miami at Club Space by CLICKING HERE.


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