Since it opened in Manhattan last fall, Nebula has quickly established itself as America's hottest nightclub. This spring, the nightclub is heading south for a pop-up in Miami to coincide with the highly anticipated F1 Miami Grand Prix.
Partygoers and VIPs from all over the world will enjoy the pop-up as part of Racing Fan Fest in Wynwood, a four-day activation presented by Swarm and Us Weekly. It will feature 5-time world champion team Oracle Red Bull Racing, Scuderia AlphaTauri, the Official Formula 1 March Store, world-class entertainment and dining, and a never-before-seen apres track experience.
Nebula will take over thedeck in Wynwood's Marketplace, an open-air cocktail lounge, as part of the Racing Fan Fest, bringing some of its trademark New York flair, VIP service, and musical curation to the Miami scene. The DJ performances will be led by Bassjackers, with Nebula hosting the Nebula Skyloft for Alesso's performance, which will finish out the Formula Fan Fest on race day.
The nightclub has invited everyone from Sven Vath and Eric Prydz to Fetty Wap and 50 Cent, garnering praise from underground tastemakers like Mixmag and Resident Advisor to mainstream publications like The New York Times and The Cut. Audiences, artists, and critics have been astounded by Nebula's remarkable immersive audio-visual design and forward-thinking musical programming, which has raised the bar for nightlife in the United States.
Nebula, a sprawling 11,000 square foot multi-level club at 135 W. 41st St., opened its doors in September 2021, the first venue of its kind to come to Midtown Manhattan in years. The 700-seat venue features an incredible adjustable ceiling that allows the club and event space to transform every time the doors open. Every week, guests are transported into extraordinary immersive experiences thanks to a combination of cutting-edge technology and world-class hospitality.
Guy Gerber, Hot Since 82, Camelphat, Purple Disco Machine, Nic Fanciulli, and others have all performed at Nebula, as well as Steve Aoki, ZEDD, Eric Prydz, Gryffyn, Malaa, and more.
Richie Romero, a former partner at Butter Group, the force behind 1OAK and Up&Down, and Yang Gao, co-founder of MIXX Lifestyle Group, came up with the idea for Nebula. Rob Toma, the creator of TCE Presents and one of the most well-known figures in New York's electronic music industry, curates the musical programming.