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Sleep When You Die: Miami's Sleepless Night

October 17, 2007 at 4:26 PM | by | ()

Consider it the perfect event for insomniacs, people stuck working the graveyard shift or anyone who just loves a good all nighter of the partying variation: Sleepless Night.

Taking place on Nov. 3rd on Miami Beach, this event is a thirteen-hour party. Seriously. Sure, they throw in some "cultural" stuff like dance performances, concerts, art installations and "blush-inducing" acrobats. But this is all about appeasing your inner party monster:

Coupled with the bonus hour from the time change and the participation of businesses citywide, this event will be a complete cultural takeover and celebration of the 25th hour.

You will not want Sleepless Night to end. One adventurous night of daring and innovative entertainment--all free--at indoor and outdoor venues concentrated into four areas of Miami Beach: North Beach, Collins Park, Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive. Traveling theater shuttle buses transport insomniac participants to and from the four zones of activity.

The Shelborne hotel is the event's sponsor hotel and they are offering ocean front rooms for $207 that night. Also, the National Hotel has put together some package that includes dinner, breakfast and cabaret-watching for $453 that night. But if most of the food and shows that are part of the festival are free, then this might be a rip-off. Plus you gotta save your money for the Red Bull.

Related Stories:
· Sleepless Night [Official Site]
· Miami Hotel Mambo: Kids, Sleepless Nights and Barefoot Dining [HotelChatter]
· No Freebies at the Shelborne [Jaunted]

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