Rap superstar Rick Ross’ latest album, God Forgives and I Don’t, has gone certified Gold status selling over 500,000 copies and the Miami native chose South Beach’s newest hot-spot, Bamboo Miami Beach, to celebrate his latest accomplishment. Since its opening in the spring of 2012, Bamboo Miami Beach (formerly The Paris Theatre) has turned into one of Miami’s most elite clubs and a regular hangout for celebrities on Sunday nights, so it’s no wonder why Ross and label-mate Meek Mill partied it up until the wee hours of the Monday morning.
From hosting the Official Miami Heat Championship party with Dwyane Wade, Lebron James, Chris Bosh, Pat Riley and more in attendance to this past weekend’s celebrity-filled soiree, Prestige Sundays at Bamboo Miami Beach is bringing the real heat to South Beach on Sunday nights. Fully redecorated and located on 550 Washington Ave in South Beach, FL, Bamboo Miami Beach opened in the spring in a space where sophistication & innovation seamlessly combine in a stunning 27,000 sq ft palace of entertainment. From the gorgeous Buddha statue at the entrance to the breathtakingly gorgeous chandelier in the middle of the main floor, Bamboo Miami Beach provides a luxurious Miami club experience. A floating stage above the DJ booth boasts performances by some of Miami’s sexiest and most talented dancers and features over 2,500 sq. ft. of customizable LED installation space with the largest LED nightlife installation in South Florida, provides a level of entertainment miles above anything else in the famous South Beach area.
Prestige Sundays, Bamboo Miami Beach’s Sunday night party, is the club’s biggest draw with major celebrities frequently partying in the exclusive VIP areas next to the stage while the country’s best DJs spin the hottest music. Since its opening, Prestige Sundays has hosted top celebrities like Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, Kelly Rowland, Lebron James, T.I., Fat Joe, Flo Rida, Lou Williams, French Montana, Mack Maine, Rocko, Akon, Fabolous, Red Cafe, Young Jeezy, Jadakiss, Zach Randolph, Danny Granger, Richard Hamilton, Rudy Gay, Chris Bosh and the list goes on and on.
This past Sunday’s party was no exception with one of music’s hottest stars celebrating a major milestone. Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and a host of Miami Dolphins’ players brought in a crowd of over 900 people. DJ Entice and DJ Epps kept the party going until 5:00 a.m. Monday morning, playing lots of new music from Ross’ Gold album.
Bamboo Miami Beach is a definite must-see when in Miami!
SOURCE: Bamboo Miami