The Winter Party Festival offers party goers the opportunity to dance with thousands of other people from around the world. It is considered one of the hottest winter parties in the world and eagerly anticipated by those who enjoy Miami’s nightlife each year.
The Winter Party Festival is designed to benefit the National Gay and Lesbian Task force as well as local Miami non-profit organizations that are dedicated to serving the LGBT community. This year the festivities will last six exciting and action filled days from March 6 to 11, 2013. Those who enjoy supporting these causes find this a fantastic way to have fun while helping these organizations.
Guests have the option of purchasing one of a variety of passes and tickets allowing them access to several of the anticipated events. There are seven categories of passes, which allow party goers access to several of the events. The Climax Pass offers access to three events for $170, the New Generation 21-25 Pass also offers access to three events for $125, the Women’s Pass gives access to four events for $80, the Florida Resident Pass has access to three events for $150, the Gold Pass has access to 5 events for $275, the Platinum Pass offers access to seven events for $375, and the Titanium VIP pass has access to 9 events for $595. Interested participants can also buy tickets for individual events such as various dance parties, pool parties, brunches, and other opportunities. The event organizers even have a variety of special offers such as VIP and private party tents, shuttle rides, and exclusive access passes for sale. All tickets and passes are available for pick up at the Shelborne South Beach Hotel, located at 1801 Collins Avenue. Starting on Sunday March 10, Will Call will be moved to the entrance of the Beach Party, located at Lummus Park, which is near 12th Street.
Those who support the LGBT causes will find few more exciting ways to do so than by attending the Winter Party Festival. It is a fantastic way to beat the winter blues and enjoy some time in the sun for residents and tourists alike.