iii Points Festival 2020

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Oct 16 - Oct 17 2020

Miami, Florida (Wynwood)

$99 (GA); $249 (VIP)

III Points is an alternative music festival in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. The festival arose as a means to represent and unite our unique, diverse South Florida community. The 2020 edition takes place October 16th-17th.

Update: Due to the coronavirus, iii Points’ 2020 festival has been moved from May to October.

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