English electronic duo Disclosure to visit Miami for two shows

Photo: Disclosure at Coachella 2013. Photo by Malexstein, via Wikimedia Commons 

Junette Reyes/Entertainment Director

The English electronic music duo known as Disclosure will be coming to Miami this Saturday, Jan. 25 for two performances.

The electronic duo is comprised of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence. At only 22 and 19 respectively, the brothers have already received recognition for their debut album titled “Settle,” including a nomination at the 2014 Grammy Awards for “Best Dance/Electronica Album.”

“Settle” was released on June 3, 2013 and contains hit singles such as “Latch,” which featured vocals from British singer-songwriter Sam Smith, “White Noise,” featuring vocals from English electronic duo AlunaGeorge, “You & Me,” featuring vocals by  British singer-songwriter Eliza Doolittle, “F for You,” “Voices,” featuring vocals from Sasha Keable, “Grab Her,” and “Help Me Lose My Mind,” featuring vocals from the English art rock trio London Grammar.

The first Disclosure show will take place at The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, which is located at 1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139. The show itself actually sold out recently, tickets having been priced at $28.50. Tickets might still be found in websites such as StubHub, although prices have significantly increased. The cheapest ticket available on StubHub is priced at $74.60.

The Fillmore performance is open to the general public and is slated to start at 9 p.m.

The second Disclosure show will be at Grand Central, which is located at 697 North Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33136. The performance at Grand Central is simply a DJ set and not a live performance. It will act as the official Disclosure after party, following the performance at The Fillmore. Other acts expected to perform before Disclosure’s DJ set are local acts DJ Santiago Caballero, DJ/producer Pirate Stereo, and Panic Bomber as well as Los Angeles DJ/producer Samo Sound Boy.

Tickets for the Grand Central show are still available for $25 and can be purchased through grandcentralmiami.com. Tickets are also available through StubHub, but once again, ticket prices have increased significantly. The cheapest ticket available on StubHub is priced at $57.80.

The Grand Central performance is slated to begin at 11:30 p.m., which is when the doors will open. The Disclosure performance at Grand Central is not open to the general public and is an 18+ only show.


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