The Miami area is always a great place to have some fun, and the upcoming Marshmello and Friends concert at Soho Studios is one terrific example of what the city has to offer. This energetic performer always gives the crowds what they want, while putting on one heck of a magical mystery show.
You will definitely want to come over to Soho Studios on March 22, 2017 to catch this unique show. Really, you’ve never seen anything like it, and it’s something you won’t forget any time soon. If you are already familiar with Marshmello’s performances, then you have an idea of what to expect, and a good reason to get excited. If you’re new to this creative entertainer’s engaging performances, you’re in for a real treat.
For those who aren’t familiar with Marshmello, get ready to be amazed. You see, the identity of the performer known as Marshmello is unknown. That’s right. He performs for crowds of thousands, but no one knows who he really is. He keeps his identity carefully hidden under a smiling white marshmallow mask and signature long-sleeved white t-shirt. Legend says Marshmello is really DJ Chris Comstock, who also goes by the name Dotcom; this suggestion is largely based on their similar tattoos and music styles. Still, no one knows for sure except Marshmello himself and his closest friends and co-performers.
Marshmello first appeared on the popular music scene on March 3, 2015, when he posted a song called WaVeZ on SoundCloud. He began to release more songs on SoundCloud, and, as he did so, he gathered support from well-known DJs like Skrillex. These famous DJs helped the enigmatic Marshmello become even more famous by reposting his songs on their own SoundCloud pages.
Eventually, Marshmello became well known enough to release an album, which he did on January 8, 2016. The album, called Joytime, had ten tracks on it, and was produced by his own label, Joytime Collective. The album hit the top of the iTunes electronic albums chart the day he released it.
This intriguing performer does remixes of the songs of other artists, as well as his own original music. His style is heavy on electronic dance music with strong bass lines, with elements of groove-oriented synth. During the course of his brand new career, Marshmello has already performed at such prestigious locations as Pier 94 in New York, the HARD Day of the Dead festival in California, and Miami’s own Music Week.
We know you will love your night out at Soho Studios to immerse yourself in Marshmello’s uplifting, danceable show. This is one show you’ve got to see to believe. Make sure to get your tickets so you don’t miss a great time in Miami on March 22. Tickets go on sale TODAY, February 13, 2017! Click here to get yours!