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Looking for a place to chill and listen to reggae? Or vibe to Steve Aoki’s latest mix? Are you the kind of person that likes to cha cha cha to Latin music? We made it easy to navigate Miami’s clubs according to your music taste. Here’s a list of where to find your favorite music in South Beach.

Old School Hip Hop & Reggae

If you’re a fan of artists like the Notorious B.I.G, Tupac, and RUN DMC then Purdy’s Chocolate Sunday’s is the place for you. This SoBe beachside bar plays old School hip hop all night. Stop by on Monday and catch DJ JAZID spinning reggae.


The Rockwell not only plays the most current hip hop music, but also attracts the biggest artists in rap. Musicians like Rick Ross, Taylor Gang, and Wiz Khalifa have performed and partied at this famous South Beach club. The high-energy dance floor, bottle service, and mesmerizing go-go dancers makes it a favorite among guests and celebrities.

Electronic Dance Music

In South Beach clubs like Icon, Treehouse, Do Not Sit on the Furniture, and Trade specialize in the hottest EDM tracks and often feature world class DJs like David Guetta, Steve Aoki, and Laidback Luke.

Indie and Acoustic

For indie and acoustic sounds, head over to one of South Beach’s hipster hangouts. Spots like Kill Your Idol, Clandestino Pub, and The Room play indie tracks or feature live performances from local artists like Nacho Londono.


Looking for a place to listen to your favorite latin artist like Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Nicky Jam? Mango’s Tropical Cafe and Bolivar Resto Lounge rest in the heart of the city and blast Latin jams and dance salsa all night.


The orchestra at the New World Symphony hosts a variety of classically trained musicians to its intimate space. If you can’t get a ticket to the show don’t worry, the venue screens the concerts on the side of the wall for all to see outside. For a full schedule visit their website.