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Sunday School No Longer in Session

by Clubplanet
03.01.2012

It was one of the most sought after annual events at Miami's infamous Winter Music Conference in March, but once the lineup for Sunday School for Degenerates still wasn't announced by early January, fans of the 3-day musical extravaganza that didn't stop once the sun rose on the streets of downtown Miami knew that something was going on. While it started off as a 24-hour party at the now defunct Pawn Shop, later took over Sony Ice Palace and grew into a 36-hour party marathon that seemed to have no end.

Made Events, known for their phenomenal series of parties during Winter Music Conference, and their colossal annual music festival in the Big Apple, Electric Zoo, recently released a statement on the end of their beloved Sunday School:

"We've been very fortunate to be able to suppose many amazing artists over the last 6 years at Sunday School in Miami. From the first few years at Pawn Shop, the 24-hour party morphed into a global techno mecca at Ice Palace for our 36-hour marathons. However, we won't be hosting Sunday School in Miami this year as we continue to focus our efforts on the Electric Zoo Festival in New York."

The attendance at Electric Zoo is increasing more and more, but the production level has also reached a high that can only be compared to other big national events like Coachella and Ultra Music Festival.

While Sunday School won't be in session this year, there are still a slew of events that bring in the best DJ-producers from around the world to South Beach and downtown Miami.





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