Don Diablo Performing at Story on June 28, 2019

Arrested at Story Nightclub

Don Diablo is one of the most famous DJ’s of this generation in electronic dance music. In 2018 alone, he received awards for “Best Electro House DJ” and “Best Remix” from the WDM Radio Awards. He was also listed by DJ Magazine as the #7 DJ and the #1 producer.

He will be performing at Story Nightclub in Miami, FL on June 28, 2019 at 11 P.M.


Story Nightclub

136 Collins Ave.

Miami Beach, FL 33139

How do I attend?

Tickets can be purchased online at and are currently going for $30 for general admission and between $1,000-$6,000 for VIP and table service. For table reservations, you can call 305-479-4426 or email at

Rules and Regulations

  • Age Restrictions – 21 and older
  • Dress Code – No tank tops, sleeveless shirts, shorts, excessive baggy clothing, sandals, flip flops, dirty athletic sneakers, flats (ladies), beach attire, baggy t-shirts, jerseys, or athletic wear.
  • Must have valid ID to enter

What to do if arrested?

While attending EDM concerts and festivals can be great fun, many individuals find themselves with serious consequences if they get arrested in Miami, FL. Common crimes at EDM concerts and festivals include: Possession of Cocaine, Molly, Adderall, Mushrooms, Cannabis, and Driving under the Influence.

If you find yourself in this situation, you need an experienced criminal defense firm to represent you in court. Hubbs Law has over two decades of experience in handling criminal cases. Hubbs Law serves clients in all of Miami-Dade County, and surrounding cities of Miami, including, Brickell, North Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Hialeah, Doral, Kendall, Homestead, and Pinecrest.

The experienced criminal defense attorneys at Hubbs Law can be reached at (305) 570-4802.


Please note that by reading this blog you are not entering into an attorney-client relationship with Hubbs Law, P.A. This blog only provides general legal information. Every case is unique and you should request a consultation to ensure that you are getting the correct legal advice for your specific case.

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