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     Formerly known as Dayglow, Life In Color Miami is coming to Miami! The electronic music festival is coming to Miami’s Sun Life Stadium on Friday, December 27th from 2pm until 1am. So what exactly is Life In Color Miami? Think the worlds largest paint party meets ULTRA Music Festival. Not sure what a paint party is? Just watch the video and it’ll show you exactly what Life In Color Miami is all about. Bottom line, it’s not an event you wear nice clothes to.

Getting it’s origins on Florida college campuses back in 2006, the Life In Color Festival has rapidly grown into one of the most popular music festivals in the world with festivals popping up in major metropolitan areas in the U.S. like Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and San Diego and has even moved to international cities such as London and Cancun. The festival has become so popular that they have even announced Life In Color 3D that includes “eye-popping 3D visuals playing throughout the show on multiple screens, performers dancing covered in 3D body paint, and every member of the audience wearing a pair of Life In Color 3D glasses” according to Life In Color’s website.

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Life In Color Miami will boast 3 stages and will have world-famous DJ’s Calvin harris, Steve Aoki, Major Lazer, R3hab and Brass Knuckles as well as DirtyPhonics, ETC! ETC!, Xkore, Heroes x Villains, Head Hunterz and Life In Color’s official DJ, David Solano. Attendees will also get to see rapper 2 Chainz as he is scheduled to perform at the music festival as well.

General admission tickets for Life In Color Miami are $90 and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE. There are also VIP tickets available that go anywhere from $125 all the way up to $450, both of which can be purchased by CLICKING HERE. Stay up to date with the latest info from the Life In Color team by checking out their Facebook event page and following them on Twitter and Instagram.

You must be at least 16 years old to attend Life In Color WITH proper ID. Please refer to for acceptable forms of ID.


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