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Rockwell Miami

Nightlife impresario Chris Paciello launched Rockwell Nightclub on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach in an effort to create a space that would combine the cool of Los Angeles, the music of New York, and the energy of Miami. This exclusive venue features world class hip hop talent and is well known to have beautiful crowds. In this venue, which previously was home to exclusive south beach hotspots like Les Bains and Chaos, 450 guests are able to enjoy entertainment in the form of mixed musical format and live performance. Rockwell focuses on great hip hop beats and performers over and above the actual DJs playing. This means that when there isn't a celebrity headliner, the experience comes first. It's a unique twist, but by bringing local talent to the stage and encouraging a complete, rounded experience, this trendy Miami club really begins to feel like home. You can expect a lot of top 40s and general pop music, as well as 80s and 90s rock and pop, as the night progresses.

2020 marked the year of change for many businesses, particularly those in the hospitality and nightlife industry, as the COVID-19 pandemic forced many of them to pivot in another direction or make tough decisions about their future. The exciting and fabolous nightclubs of South Beach were forced to close their doors and many have yet to re-open them. The powerhouse nightlife concept Rockwell, owned by Liquid Hospitality partners Chris Paciello, Mio Danilovic, and Keith Paciello, came onto the notorious South Beach club scene in 2015 and soon became the go-to hotspot for celebrities, athletes, and artists alike. The club became known for its weekly parties, impressive roster of celebrity regulars, and iconic events including the annual 1-Oak Pop-Up during Art Basel.

Over the years World Red Eye had the honor of capturing some of the most insane and exciting moments throughout the club’s colorful tenure. Rockwell was a place filled with incredible memories, unforgettable nights, remarkable talent and an energy that will remain unmatched. Saying goodbye is never easy, but the memories made here will live on forever. World Red Eye caught up with owners Chris Paciello and Mio Danilovic to reminisce on the legendary nights at their club, the impact it had on the Miami nightlife scene, and their future after Rockwell. Read the full Q&A below. Mio Danilovic: You can never point to one thing that makes a nightlife venue special. But first and foremost, I think a lot of the success goes to the team at Rockwell. Chris and I were lucky enough to have a really good team of people around us that helped make the experience for our guests extremely special. The day-to-day team became a real family. They fully bought into the Rockwell culture. Additionally, outside of the immediate team, we found people who wanted to be part of the family and were able to develop a great rotation of DJ’s, top hip hop artists and more. Lastly, we took great pride in our service and wanted to make sure we gave our guests the greatest experience possible.CP: We’ve had countless unforgettable moments shared at Rockwell. From our opening night in 2015 with Lenny Kravitz and Dwayne Wade, to our launch of Rockwell Mondays party where Nas came and performed, to the many great nights we had with Rick Ross. Everyone remembers Art Basel 2018, where Rick Ross hosted our Friday night party and brought Meek Mill on stage as his surprise guest and they both went on to give an impromptu performance together for everyone in the crowd. I’ll also always cherish the moments we’ve had putting together the annual FXCK Cancer charity party with DJ Chuckie, where we’ve honorably raised over $50,000 for the organization in the past years. (Source: worldredeye.com)

 

 

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