Photo courtesy of Art Basel
Photo courtesy of Art Basel
Tribeca Festival is at Art Basel in Miami

(released 12/5/2023)

Miami Beach is preparing for the 21st edition of Art Basel. During the art week, Tribeca Festival is partnering to celebrate the intersection of Art, Music, and Film at Art Basel Miami Beach 2023. Live musical performances, DJ sets and panel conversations with storytellers will take place at Miami Beach Botanical Garden from December 6 to 9th. The events planned by Tribeca coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach, which takes place at the Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) from December 8 to 10, 2023, with preview days on December 6 and 7th.

"Tribeca is at the forefront of culture, and our new partnership with Art Basel is the next frontier to explore the power of storytelling in unconventional ways," said Tribeca Co-Founder and CEO Jane Rosenthal. "Art is ubiquitous and expressed via so many creative avenues – from film to music to immersive exhibits. This December, we look forward to celebrating the next generation of creatives at the intersection of these mediums."

Tribeca Festival at Art Basel Miami Beach kicks off with the Music Lounge featuring live performances and DJ sets from rising multi-instrumentalist composer and vocalist Eartheater and DJ Dangerous Rose, who most recently opened for Beyoncé's Renaissance tour. DJ Natasha Diggs presents "Soul in the Horn" with Yussef Dayes, a dance party featuring horn-infused sounds from around the globe. Artists from the soundtrack of the MAX original series "Rap Sh!t" are set to perform following a panel on the discovery of artists and new music through TV and film. British electronic musician Actress will close the Lounge.

"The Music Lounge is an eclectic celebration of different genres of sound. We're excited for attendees to experience performances from artists who have released some of the most celebrated albums of 2023–including Actress at the forefront of the electronic scene, Yussef Dayes's contemporary jazz movement, and EarthEater pushing the boundaries of pop music," said Tribeca Music Programmer Vincent Cassous.

Vincenzo de Bellis, Director, Fairs and Exhibition Platforms, Art Basel, said: "For over 20 years, Art Basel Miami Beach has been a global convener and launching pad of emerging and established artists across the cultural landscape. We are thrilled to kick off Tribeca Festival at Art Basel Miami Beach with a series of live Music Lounge performances, bringing together trailblazing musical talent during the fair week for what will be an unforgettable experience for our audiences."

Headlining the Talks is Robert De Niro in conversation with French artist JR about continuing the film icon's family legacy of art through film. The two will also share a sneak peek of an upcoming project. Emmy Award-nominated actor, author, and producer John Stamos will also join 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.

Additionally, Tribeca co-founder and CEO Jane Rosenthal and Whalar co-founder Neil Waller will discuss the evolution of the creator economy, and directors Nardeep Khurmi and David Fortune, the winners of AT&T Presents: Untold Stories, will share their insights on reaching wider audiences with their debut feature films, "Land of Gold" (2022) and "Color Book" (2024).

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