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There are also hard tickets available. CLICK HERE for location info.

If you are interested in promoting or selling tickets for this event, please email us at or give us a call/text at (305) 814-8133.



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Daedelus (Brainfeeder/Ninja Tune)

“Eccentric, Contagious, Electrifying. These are some words you could use to describe Los Angeles’ electronic artist Daedelus (Alfred Darlington). To experience Daedelus in all his unbridled splendor is only achievable over a large scope. And over the course of a shocking number of LPs, EPs, remixes and most importantly live improvised appearances, a portrait of a unique artist has been painted in bold strokes.”

Mr. Bill (Adapted/Gravitas, Australia)

“The Mr. Bill project is based on evocation. I like to write music that excites the ear and the brain. This requires me to explore a vast range of strange production methods and musical theories to keep exciting my senses. The best way to describe the music associated with this project is a mix of unlatched, glitchy breakbeats, heavy, swung-out bass lines and flawless edits with a large dash of palatable melodic content.”

Lusine (Ghostly International)

Jeff McIlwain has been producing his visceral, melodic strain of abstract electronic music as Lusine for over 10 years now. Originally a Texas native, McIlwain met Shad Scott while living in LA and put out his self titled debut on Scott’s imprint, Isophlux. He relocated to Seattle in late 2002 and began steadily releasing his music on Ghostly International. McIlwain has also contributed tracks to various compilations and remix releases on Mute, !K7, Kompakt, Asthmatic Kitty, and Shitkatapult. In 2009, he released the album, “A Certain Distance”, which featured the single, “Two Dots.” He followed that with another full length, titled “The Waiting Room” in late 2013. His latest release, the “Arterial EP” came out in 2014.

McIlwain has performed throughout the US and abroad, including the SXSW, Mutek, DEMF, and Sonar festivals, and sets at London’s esteemed Fabric nightclub, Tokyo’s Unit, and Berlin’s Berghain and Watergate nightclubs. He has been involved in the scoring of various film and commercial projects: co-scoring (with David Wingo) the 2008 film “Snow Angels” (with Kate Beckinsale and Sam Rockwell), and “The Sitter” (Jonah Hill) and scoring the 2009 film “Linewatch” (with Cuba Gooding Jr. and Omari Hardwick). McIlwain teamed up with David Wingo again in 2013 to score the film “Joe” (Nicolas Cage) . He is just beginning work on a future album and is prepping new material for upcoming shows in 2015.

Telescope Thieves (XYZA)

“They say nothing worth having comes without hard work, and that’s certainly true for Telescopic Thieves’ Mario De Los Santos. His EP, Quiet Hearts, is one of those EPs that should make you proud of your city. That someone local is making something so soulful, deeply heartfelt, yet pleasantly danceable is something worth coming out to support.” – Miami New Times


SubSqwad is Brian Amaral and Kenny Ferron. They create and perform a unique blend of Glitch Hop, World Bass, and Future Funk. Their live performances seamlessly blend genres, styles, & influences. 2013 has seen the release of SubSqwad’s EP “The Light” featuring conscious hip-hop vocals from Chopp Devize and Campaign as well as their release on the compilation “Ethnostep 3″ under the SUBBASS netlabel. Their music has been aired on FM radio broadcasts in Miami, Knoxville, and Asheville as well as internet radio shows and blogs from GlobalFunkRadio, Asheville FM, and OMbilikal FM. They’ve performed at music festivals and clubs throughout Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, Nevada, and Georgia, including iconic events such as Ultra Music Festival, Earth Dance, Burning Man, and Art Basel Miami. When not performing, SubSqwad produces music in their studio as they constantly explore new influences and push the boundaries of genre and style.

Afro Monk

At a time when it seems like many producers and DJs are leaning more and more towards aggressive music such as brostep, Afro Monk is doing just the opposite and bringing the romance back to the dance floor with downtempo sounds and chilled-out future beats. Combining fluid melodies, sultry rhythms and hypnotic bass, Afro Monk uses lush yet cutting-edge electronic beats to create a smooth and sensual vibe.

As a beat producer, DJ, music journalist and events promoter, Afro Monk is a cornerstone of the growing electronic arts community. His wildly popular bass music blog Afro Monk is the source where many fans look for new sounds and insightful commentary, which can also be found in his writings for The Untz and Big Up Magazine.

Skinny Hendrix

Brady Jacob, aka Skinny Hendrix, has become a staple DJ/Producer in the Miami underground bass music scene over the last few years. In September 2013, he dropped his first official release, Feel The Stache EP, and has not looked back, opening up locally for EOTO, Govinda and HeRobust among many other national touring acts and playing shows across the US. His signature DJ mix series, “The Mustache Rides”, has consistently entertained his listeners with its variety of musical styles and expert mixing techniques.

Nocturnal Status

Nocturnal Status is a duo composed of Ben Ricketts and Rohan Bhatia-Newman bringing you a diverse range of sounds and rhythms to turn you to the dark side.

Phantasman (XYZA)

Music and sounds your cat would enjoy. Dark EDM from MIAMI. Member of the XYZA Collective.


Lautlos (XYZA)

Metaphysical Engineer /
\ Existentialist Pioneer


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Toe Jam Backlot

The patio at Toe Jam Backlot.




This year the Massive Ideas Masquerade will be held at the incredible Toe Jam Backlot.

Located in the heart of Wynwood at 150 NW 21st St., Toe Jam Backlot is a movie prop studio by day, which means it’s filled to the brim with artwork, murals, props, toys, and eclectic memorabilia that makes it the PERFECT spot for a Halloween party!

The outside patio will hold the main stage as well as food trucks and assorted craft vendors, while the inside will host a second stage featuring some AMAZING local acts, as well as tons of chill areas, pool tables, vintage pinball machines & more.



Toe Jam Backlot Inside 1

One of the inside bars.


Take a virtual tour of Toe Jam Backlot below. Isn’t technology cool? :)


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If you would prefer to purchase a hard ticket in person, they are available at the following locations:

  • WYNWOOD – Nugbrand Clothing Store: 2324 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127, (239) 400-5212
  • LITTLE HAITI – Sweat Records: 5505 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137, (786) 693-9309
  • DOWNTOWN – Exposure Kings – The Grand, 1717 N Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33132, (786) 444-8647



There is no dress code, however this is a MASQUERADE event, therefore we highly encourage you to wear costumes, masks and/or creative attire! We will have face/body painters on site as well if you’d like to get into the mood that way :)


There are an EXTREMELY limited (50) number of VIP passes available. VIP passes are ONLY available through our website, and are $100 each. VIP passes include a private art-bus VIP viewing area with a private OPEN bar, express entry, a limited edition T-Shirt, and a poster.


There is ample street parking throughout Wynwood, however we do suggest arriving early if you don’t want to be forced to walk a few blocks.


The following items are NOT allowed into the event venue under any circumstance: outside food, outside beverages, outside alcohol, weapons, knives, professional photography or recording equipment (without the express permission of MASSIVE IDEAS), chairs, fireworks or explosives of any kind, pets (except verified service animals), noisemakers including whistles and air horns, drug paraphernalia, outside flyers/posters/promotional materials, and any illegal goods (INCLUDING ILLEGAL DRUGS OF ANY KIND).


There are only FIFTY (50) VIP passes available. VIP pass holders will receive a poster of the event, a special limited edition MASSIVE IDEAS shirt, and a private raised viewing area/VIP section (in a decked-out art bus) located next to the main stage with a private OPEN BAR all night.


You must be 21 years of age or older with a valid government-issued photo identification to enter.