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Life in Color announces lineup for 10 year Miami anniversary festival

In 2007, Sebastian Solano, Lukas Tracz, Patryk Tracz, and Paul Campbell debuted the first-ever Life in Color, known at the time as Dayglow, a humble paint party that tapped into South Florida’s bustling electronic dance music scene. From the outset, the festival’s founders had a vision of creating large-scale, paint-centered EDM events, and ten years later this vision has certainly become a reality. In 2016, the show’s flagship Miami festival hosted 25,000 paint-laden attendees.

More than just becoming “The World’s Largest Paint Party” and a must-attend event for college students, Life in Color’s acquisition by SFX Entertainment has allowed the festival to expand its influence globally, reaching 70 cities in 18 countries in 2016. Some of the most admired names in the industry including the likes of Jack Ü, Kaskade, Alesso, Dillon Francis, Calvin Harris, and Hardwell, just to name a few, have performed at the event in years past.

Celebrating 10 years, Life in Color has released a video announcing its 2017 Miami festival lineup. The event’s decade-old South Florida celebration is stacked with EDM’s biggest bass-inclined artists, such as Diplo, Marshmello, and Carnage, among others. Moreover, this year’s show will feature multiple stages. Diplo, Marshmello, Seven Lions, Illenium, Mija, Solano, and Bonnie & Clyde will take to the Sector X stage, while Young Thug, Carnage, Tritonal, Desiigner, Ookay, Doctor P, and Fresko will take to the Bare Stage.

Miami’s Life in Color 10-year anniversary event will take place on January 28 at Mana Wynwood & RC Colo Plant in Miami’s Wynwood art district. Tickets are available to purchase here.

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