Tribeca Festival at Art Basel Miami Beach

Attend the first-ever Tribeca Festival at Art Basel Miami Beach, in partnership with Art Basel. From December 6 to 9, join us for an outstanding lineup of live musical performances and exclusive conversations with iconic artists at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden. The 4-day event commences with live sets from Eartheater, DJ Natasha Diggs, Yussef Dayes, Actress, and more. Check out the complete lineup and secure your access below!


Eartheater (LIVE) with Dangerous Rose (DJ Set) 8:30-10:45P, Doors at 8P




Eartheater practices her own strain of poetic alchemy. Shapeshifting between electronic experimentation and acoustic texture, the Queens-based artist has long delved into themes of erosion and lithification, with the infinite possibilities of metamorphosis. Her newest albums, Powders and Aftermath, put Eartheater at a crossroads, embracing production and professional studio recording practices while honing her “LA pop” lyrics to their most vivid state, and drawing varied energies from both her own tastes and from collaborators, showcasing production shifts between mutated dance music, unadorned folk balladry, and trip-hop.

Dangerous Rose

Dangerous Rose aka Rosa Peligrosa is a Miami and NYC-based Julliard educated dancer and multidisciplinary performance artist, DJ, and Goddess-provocateur. Heavily supported by tastemakers from the likes of Diplo, Honey Dijon, and many more, Rose has become internationally known for eye catching performances that fuse intoxicating dance numbers with forward-thinking electronic music, with a distinct emphasis on a musical subgenre that combines trap, techno, and house music (affectionately called "Trapno").



AT&T Untold Stories: Diversifying the Narrative 1:30-2:30P, Doors at 1P



AT&T Untold Stories: Diversifying the Narrative

A conversation between two AT&T Presents: Untold Stories directors who share the same goal: reaching wide audiences with their first feature films, introducing the world to unseen and nuanced perspectives. Directors will share insights on their artistic processes - from idea inception through production and an ultimate festival premiere. As one director (Nardeep Khurmi, LAND OF GOLD) is seeing their work premiere for global audiences, the other (David Fortune, COLOR BOOK) is preparing for pre-production. They will share with a filmmaker audience their successes, insights - and creative questions for each other. A portion will be spent introducing the audience to the AT&T Presents: Untold Stories program, providing context and advice for creating an application and pitch worthy of a million dollar prize.

Soul In the Horn with Yussef Dayes (LIVE), Natasha Diggs (DJ Set), L3NI (DJ Set) 6-10:45P, Doors at 6P



Yussef Dayes

Yussef Dayes is a tour-de-force behind the drums. Widely recognised as one of the most electrifying live performers of his generation, watching the South London-raised producer, composer and drummer perform is an exhilarating combo of technical prowess, intensity and emotion – leaving audiences in no doubt as to the role of rhythm in channelling spiritual energy.

Natasha Diggs

Co-Founder & Resident DJ of NYC Dance Party turned Global Movement Soul in the Horn, Natasha Diggs is known as one of the most versatile & well respected DJs in the world. Natasha’s deep knowledge of music has enabled her to play for diverse crowds across continents and on any given night her sets might dip into Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, House, Latin, Afro-Brazilian, Reggae, Rock, Disco & beyond. Ms. Diggs has worked with music icons Quincy Jones, Q-Tip and David Byrne, toured with grammy award winning artist Lauryn Hill, DJ’d with Erykah Badu, played for Stevie Wonder, Janet Jackson, Damian Marley & countless others.


L3NI’s passion for music has lead her to work as a musician, DJ, and credited mixing and mastering engineer. She has played to thousands of fans across the globe, performing on the stages of SXSW, Coachella, EDC, and Burning Man plus opening for acts like Lizzo, Foushee, Hiatus Kaiyote, Beats Antique, Goose, Little Dragon and Soulive. She has also DJ'd for HBO, Baltimore Ravens, Footlocker, Flippers Roller Boogie, Lincoln Center, Baltimore's National Aquarium, Standard Hotel, Sotheby's, MSG, Brooklyn Museum, Chelsea Market, Meatpacking Bid, Samsung, North Shore Land Aliiance, Zegna, Virgin Hotel, John’s Hopkins, IBM, Boehringer Ingelheim, and Central Park Wollman Rink NYC.


Miami Community Radio DJ sets 12-2P, Doors at 12P



Miami Community Radio Stage Takeover

Miami Community Radio is an online radio and decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that has been providing Miami’s creative class with a platform + infrastructure to scale their careers. The organization has interdisciplinary foundations that draws a through-line from music to technology and back again. This year they will be hosting a stage highlighting their residents and special guests.
12:00 - 12:30 - Thought Cactus
12:30 - 1:00 - Don REDFOX
1:00 - 1:30 - DJ Booty
1:30 - 2:00 - MUZA and XTRANJERA

Tribeca Storytellers: John Stamos In Conversation 3-4P, Doors at 2:30P



Tribeca Storytellers: John Stamos In Conversation

Join Emmy Award-nominated actor, author, and producer John Stamos for a fireside chat about his New York Times best-seller, “If You Would Have Told Me,” and a discussion about his creative process for performing across various mediums. Moderated by journalist and writer Leila Cobo.

Redefining Artistry: The Creator Economy and the Evolution of Entertainment 5-6P, Doors at 4:30P



Redefining Artistry: The Creator Economy and the Evolution of Entertainment

Dive into the evolution of the Creator Economy, where creators’ digital influence transcends beyond the confines of social media. Join the conversation with trailblazers redefining the creator space, including Neil Waller, Co-Founder of creator company, Whalar, Jane Rosenthal, CEO and Executive Chair of Tribeca Enterprises, and actress, writer and creator Delaney Rowe. Together, they’ll uncover the impact creators are making as the next wave of storytellers, entrepreneurs, and publishers reshaping the future of Entertainment. Moderated by Datwon Thomas

As Heard On: Rap Sh!t 8:30-10:45P, Doors at 8P



As Heard On: Rap Sh!t

Raedio has a reputation for highlighting emerging artists and providing a platform for the discovery of new music through TV and film. The Max Original series RAP SH!T continues that reputation with the release of its acclaimed soundtrack and highly curated music placements for Season 2 of the popular series produced by HOORAE. Discussions with cast members Aida Osman, KaMillion, and Jonica Booth and the Audio Everywhere company's label and music supervision teams, including Raedio VP of Music Supervision & Library, Sarah Bromberg, Raedio General Manager of Label & Publishing, Xtina Prince, and Raedio artist and songwriter, ThankGod4Cody, will give a behind the scenes look at the creative process of making the soundtrack for the TV Series. Followed by performances from soundtrack artists ThankGod4Cody, Teamarrr and O.G. Kurb and a special performance by RAP SH!T star duo, Aida Osman and Kamillion (Shawna & Mia).


Miami Community Radio Stage Takeover 12-3P, Doors at 12P



Miami Community Radio Stage Takeover

Miami Community Radio returns to do a second day of music programming with more MCR residents.
12:00 - 12:30 - ray_exit39
12:30 - 1:00 - CJ3K
1:00 - 1:30 - Jams
1:30 - 2:00 - Mauricio, The Invisible
2:00 - 2:30 - gumthewrapper
2:30 - 3:00 - ctrl+opt

Public screening of ORIGIN, December 9, 1pm ET (Regal South Beach)



Public screening of ORIGIN, December 9, 1pm ET (Regal South Beach)

The acclaimed new film ORIGIN from Academy Award nominee Ava DuVernay will be honored with a weekend of celebration at Art Basel Miami in partnership with Tribeca Festival and UBS, including a public screening on Saturday, December 9. ORIGIN is the sole film presentation of Art Basel 2023 and chronicles the tragedy and triumph of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson as she investigates a global phenomenon of epic proportions. Portrayed by Academy Award nominee Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor (“King Richard”), Isabel experiences unfathomable personal loss and love as she crosses continents and cultures to craft one of the defining American books of our time. The film also stars Niecy Nash-Betts, Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Nick Offerman, Victoria Pedretti, Connie Nielsen and Finn Wittrock. . ORIGIN will be released in theaters on January 19, 2024, following an exclusive one-week engagement in NY and LA beginning December 8th.

Tribeca Storytellers: Robert De Niro & JR In Conversation 5-6P, Doors at 4:30P



Tribeca Storytellers: Robert De Niro & JR In Conversation

Robert De Niro and JR will join in conversation on art, family, and film. These iconoclasts will discuss their previous collaborations and share an exciting glimpse into an unannounced project.
*** Photography and video is strictly prohibited at this event. any guests who are not in compliance may be asked to leave. ***

Actress (LIVE), Takuya Nakamura (LIVE) 8:30-10:45P, Doors at 8P




The primary alias of Darren Cunningham, ACTRESS has been credited with some of the least predictable, least classifiable electronic music of his era. Cunningham has juggled a diverse array of inspirations, including early-'80s funk and electro, art rock, raw and classicist house, and noise, while putting a fresh spin on the forms to decayed, disorienting effect. Cunningham has been one of the most acclaimed experimentalists of the 2010s, exemplified with frequent placement in The Wire's annual Top 50, beginning with Splazsh, which topped the 2010 chart, and continuing through AZD in 2017.

Takuya Nakamura

Since moving to NY from his native Tokyo, Producer/DJ, Multi-instrumentalist Takuya Nakamura has become an integral, sought after part of NYC's vibrant live/electronic scene, playing trumpet, keyboards, and various electronic instruments throughout the United States and the world with a diverse group of artists such as Quincy Jones(remix), The Street(remix), Billy Holiday /Remix&Reimagined(Sony), and more. With his diverse background of music, he has distinguished himself by composing and fusing uncommon styles of music, leaving audiences and music critics alike ecstatic and excited for future performances.



Tribeca Music Lounge at Art Basel Miami Beach

Miami Beach Botanical Garden
2000 Convention Ctr Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139



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The Tribeca Music Lounge is located at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden. The Tribeca entrance is at the NE corner of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden at Convention Dr. and the Canal Promenade off of Dade Blvd. Follow signs for "Tribeca Music Lounge" and event staff is available for assistance.

Tickets are required for entry. Day-of tickets will be available for purchase at the door based on event capacity.

Re-entry is permitted for ticketed guests. Note that re-entrance may be subject to capacity and is not guaranteed.

All ages are allowed at Tribeca Music Lounge events. Any guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

All events are rain or shine. Ticket holders will be notified if there are any weather related changes to the Music Lounge schedule.

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Beverages will be available for purchase onsite.

No outside food and beverage allowed.

All bags must be 16"x8"x16" or smaller. Bags larger than 16"x8"x16" are not permitted.

Tribeca Music Lounge events at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden are wheelchair accessible.

Note that limited seating will be available during music performances, and accessible seating is on a first come, first served basis. Onsite staff will make best efforts to accommodate any accessibility needs.

Please contact for any questions or to request an advance accommodation.

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