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Where:Hyde Lounge, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami, Florida, United States
Get on the free guestlist for Haus of Hyde | Robbie Rivera at Hyde Lounge Miami Miami on Friday 3/15/2019!Use the free Discotech App to sign up for guestlist, buy tickets, or book table service at Hyde Lounge Miami + other clubs in Miami. Guestlist Details: Free before 11:30 - must be at the door by 11:30, arrive by 11 - say you're on Discotech's guestlistSigning up for a guest list does not guarantee entry. Appropriate attire is required. Guestlist may close early if venue reaches capacity. The venue reserves the right to refuse entry for any reason.Looking to book bottle service at Hyde Lounge Miami? Feel free to contact us at reservations@discotech.me or 415-735-6716 to get a custom table service quote for your party! Please include the number of guys/girls in your party and the date & club you're interested in.Robbie RiveraRobbie Rivera, born in 1973 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, had his first encounter with music when he was only 10-years-old. Buying records from acts like New Order, Depeche Mode and U2, it wasn't long before he started spinning records. It was the disco sampled cut "Nothing To Offer" that lead to an endless string of productions that were released on established labels like Subliminal, Filtered, Positiva, Mos, Azuli and Strictly Rhythm. Following this success, in 1998, Robbie alongside wife, Monica Olabarrieta, founded the world-renowned label Juicy Music. Rivera's distinctive brand of sexy, pounding, dirty,electro-tinged house music ignites dance-floors across the globe.  Throughout the years Robbie's musical styling shave lead to a strong collection of dance floor favorites attached to his name.  Going back to 2002 Rivera released a collaboration with the just starting Axwell entitled "Burning".  The track garnered universal praise and set the stage for his 2003 hit "BANG", reaching Top 10 on the UK charts, used in the Sydney Olympics, and selling 500,000 copies.  But, perhaps Robbie's biggest track to date would be the worldwide sma