BAYC x NTS Miami Art Week Wrap Party Waitlist Tickets Now Active

BAYC founder Yuga Labs announced it is collaborating with global music platform NTS Radio to donate more than $150,000 to Music Access Miami.
BAYC x NTS Miami Art Week Wrap Party Waitlist Tickets Now Active

The BAYC x NTS Miami Art Week Wrap Party is arriving soon and all available tickets for Wrap Party have been claimed, the waitlist tickets are now active for the community.

As the ape holders cancel their tickets another spot becomes available and waitlisted tickets will be converted to confirmed in batches moving forward. The wrap-party ticketing is done in collaboration with Tokenproof.

Last week, Bored Ape Yacht Club announced it is hosting an event in Miami during this year’s Art Basel on December 3rd, 10 PM. 

“Drinks on us at our Miami Art Week wrap party, Dec 3rd. 10pm till they kick us out. Apes get priority, good luck to everyone else. Special guests and ticketing info powered by @tokenproof coming soon!,” BAYC tweeted.

BAYC noted if you aren’t able to get a ticket but would still like to attend the party, the general admission line will be available for non-ticket holders.

Yesterday, BAYC founder Yuga Labs announced it is collaborating with global music platform NTS Radio to donate more than $150,000 to Music Access Miami, a county-wide initiative incubated at The Miami Foundation. 

The $150k donation is to support the expansion of access to music programs and education for the youth of Miami.

Yuga Labs will also match every dollar spent on food sales generated from Bored and Hungry BAYC-themed restaurant at the BAYC x NTS Radio: Miami Art Week Wrap Party.

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Notably, this is the second installment of Yuga’s $1 million commitment to support arts and education initiatives in Miami. It is also highlighted that Yuga co-founders Wylie Aronow, Greg Solano, and CEO Nicole Muniz are Miami natives.

“Bored Ape Yacht Club has had a vital link to music, art, and culture since the very beginning. Our community comes together and thrives where technology and culture intersect to spark creativity,” stated Wylie Aronow, co-founder of Yuga Labs. 

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