EVENT DETAILS

DADDY YANKEE AFTER PARTY @ THE MINE

About:

Daddy Yankee is a Puerto Rican rapper, singer, composer, and actor. Known as the "King of Reggaetón" by music critics and fans alike, he is the artist who coined the word reggaetón in 1994 to describe the new music genre that was emerging from Puerto Rico that synthesized American hip-hop, Hispanic Caribbean music, and Jamaican reggae rhythms with Spanish rapping and singing. He is often cited as an influence by other Latin urban performers.

Cover: 

Ladies: Free w/ ticket
Men: $20

Location:
1431 W Lake St, Chicago, IL 60607 (Directions)

Music:
Playing his greatest hits in Reggaetón & Latin Bangers!

Bottle Service Menu

Click here for full menu

Birthday/Table Reservation:
Birthday Reservations receive a Champagne table before 11pm. (Book Now!)

Bottle Service: 

Main Room

High Tops - 1 bottle

Dance Floor - 2 bottles

VIP - 3 bottles

Red room

1 bottle

Tables receive 1 complimentary champagne

Blue room

1 bottle

Tables receive 1 complimentary champagne

Attire:

Dress To Impress

  • No Tank Tops
  • No Sleeveless T-Shirts
  • No Plain White T-Shirts
  • No Shorts
  • No Sweatpants 
  • No Excessively Baggy Clothes
  • No Sandals
  • No Flip Flops
  • No Dirty Athletic Sneakers
  • No Flats (Ladies)
  • No Beach Attire
  • No Extra Baggy Tee's
  • No Jerseys Or Athletic Wear
  • No Big Chains
  • No Hats
  • No neck/Gang affiliated tattoos allowed

Parking:
We recommend using a parking App. 
(1514 W. Lake St. w/Parquex App) - Download Now! (Apple/Android)

About DJ Luian:

Puerto Rican DJ/producer DJ Luian rose to acclaim with a string of enormous hits beginning in the 2010s. Using social media channels to share his music, he amassed a devoted fan base and parlayed success with his solo career into the formation of his Hear This Music record label. Collaborating with rising stars like J BalvinBad BunnyFarruko, and many others, DJ Luian scored hit after hit, going from producing reggaeton bangers like 2014's "Tremenda Sata" to more R&B-leaning singles like 2018's "Babalu" and "Solita."