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Noelia to Perform at Genesis Event Jan. 1, 2015, Miami Beach

Published: 2014-12-30
Summary: Award-winning recording artist Noelia to perform at Miami legendary New Years Day annual event Genesis, Jan. 1, 2015, at Mansion.

Noelia will perform her #1 hit, "Mind Blown," which topped iTunes Electronic Music Chart this year.

Genesis has a rich 10-year history of presenting Top Global Performers at the annual event.

World Renowned DJ/Producer Tracy Young founded Genesis, which has become a Miami Beach mainstay tradition attracting 1000s of guests from around the world.

The event has evolved into a legendary 12-hour dance marathon at the state-of-the-art venue, Mansion in Sobe (Jan. 1, 2015, 8am - 8pm).

Along with Tracy Young, DJ/Producer Tom Stephan, aka Superchumbo, will once again take over the decks for the daylong musical journey.

Noelia has sold more than 5 million albums around the world, including 18 worldwide Gold Certified albums and 9 worldwide Multi-Platinum Certified albums.

Her self-titled debut album has been RIAA-certified Gold (500,000) in the United States. The album also won Billboard's Latin Album of the Year.

Noelia has crossed borders to Europe to be acknowledged as the "International Singer of the Year" in Italy at the prestigious Festival Bar.

She has earned 10 Latin Billboard hits and 3 Billboard Club Dance hits throughout her career.

Genesis is partnered with Miami Beach Gay Pride, a nonprofit organization that produces free, safe, quality mass-appeal events that are inclusive, bringing together and celebrating members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

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This information is from our Sexual Diversity Events 2015 section - Full List Here.

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