PAMM presents a one-night-only event featuring a performance by electronic musician and producer Cashmere Cat. This special celebration features DJ sets by Jillionaire of Major Lazer and Miami’s own Uncle Luke.
Lyft is your Art Basel exhibition escape and the official ridesharing partner of PAMM Presents. For a limited time, get $10 off a Premier ride with code "PREMXPAMM". New riders: Get $5 off your first 10 rides with code “PAMM". Subject to Lyft’s Terms of Service. PAMM’s North driveway will be reserved exclusively for Lyft drop-offs and pick-ups giving Lyft users direct and easy access to the Museum.
- PAMM has its own Metromover stop on Omni loop: Museum Park station (free).
- Overflow parking available at Omni garage, located at Biscayne Blvd. and 15th St. (rates apply). You can walk four blocks south or take Metromover one stop to Museum Park Station.
- Shuttle service between Convention Center and PAMM provided by Art Basel Miami Beach.
- Visit pamm.org/parking for more information.
Cashmere Cat (b. 1987, Norway) is a musical producer and DJ who has risen to fame with 30+ international headline dates including a packed out SXSW, MMW & Music Hall of Williamsburg, and recent single ‘With Me’, which premiered with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio One & video premiere at Rolling Stone. Cat’s worked with the likes of Kanye West, Ariana Grande and Tinashe, and was featured on the Ludacris single “Party Girls” alongside Jeremih & Wiz Khalifa, which allowed him to star in his first Hype Williams directed video. On Wedding Bells – his debut vinyl EP – Cashmere Cat moves beyond conventional pop arrangements with a range of highly syncopated pentatonic workouts.
The Wedding Bells EP represents the next stage for Cashmere Cat as recording artist and has commanded support so far from: Kode 9, Éclair Fifi, Nguzunguzu, Hud Mo, Rustie, Baauer, Diplo, Skrillex, A Trak, Brodinski – as well as BBC Radio One & Triple J.
Jillionaire (b. 1978, Trinidad and Tobago) is a DJ and producer, best known for being a member of the American electronic music group Major Lazer, along with Diplo and Walshy Fire. Working with everyone from Snoop Dogg to Pharrell Williams, Jillionaire has also contributed to several artists: Salvatore Ganacci in his EP named Fresh, with Swick in Ants Nestsfeaturing T.O.K, and with Phat Deuce in FI DI GAL DEM featuring Mr. Lexx. In 2014, he released an EP named Fresh along with Salvatore Ganacci.
Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell (b. 1960, Miami, Florida) is a rapper, performer, record label owner, and former member of the multi-platinum rap group 2 Live Crew. Campbell was the first Southern rap star to emerge on the Billboard Pop Charts with “Move Something”, released in 1988 with 2 Live Crew and has grown to fame selling millions of records worldwide. His landmark 1994 United States Supreme Court copyright case, which established that a commercial parody can qualify as fair use, was seen as a major victory for the entertainment industry.
After spending nearly two decades as the mentoring inner city youth as a co-founder of The Liberty City program, Campbell is now Coach Campbell to high school students at Miami Northwestern High School in Miami. Campbell continues to release solo albums, the latest of which, My Life & Freaky Times, was released in March 2006 and featured Trick Daddy, Petey Pablo, Jacki-O, Pitbull, Dirtbag, and Big Tigger.