UPDATE SATURDAY, OCT 8, 2022: The music was back last night and audible all the way in the bird section. Not so much the high pitch music, but the thumping BOOM, BOOM, BOOM was back. But it didn’t last long. According to the City of Miami Springs, Miami-Dade Police (which have jurisdiction in unincorporated Miami-Dade County) arrived at M3 Studios at about 12:30 am this morning and shut it down. After that, the City reported no further noise complaints. Miami Springs Police also reported that “Measures have been taken at the county level and we do not anticipate any further disturbances.”
Of course, if you hear the music from the “Problem Child” concert promoted for tonight, you are urged to call Miami Springs Police at 305.888.9711.
ORIGINAL STORY POSTED FRIDAY, OCT 7, 2022: Overnight we received private messages and posts on the Miami Springs Community Group of another sleepless night from residents on the east side of Miami Springs hearing the dreaded boom, boom, boom during the overnight hours of a weeknight.
Here are some of the complaints posted overnight:
WHAT A TERRIBLE NIGHT, I COULDN’T SLEEP ALL NIGHT LONG BECAUSE OF THAT LOUD MUSIC AND SCREAMING, THE MSPD TOLD ME IT WAS OUT OF THEIR JURISDICTION…I CAN’T BELIEVE NO BODY COULDN’T STOP THAT NONSENSE ALL NIGHT EVENT.
Sandra Ruiz posted the following:
NOT FACTORY TOWN
The good news is that the source of the problem was NOT Factory Town which made changes to keep the party going while maintaining peace and quiet in Miami Springs.
This time the noise keeping Miami Springs residents awake came from M3 Studios located at 4000 NW 36th Avenue in Unincorporated Miami-Dade County. That’s not in Hialeah like Factory Town, but it’s just a few blocks away in the same industrial area. In fact, you’ve probably seen the tower section of the studio from SR112 a million times.
And the party’s not over. Problem Child is performing Live Saturday night.
City of Miami Springs Responds:
As you might imagine, the Miami Springs Police Dispatchers received numerous calls overnight. In response, the City released the following statement:
During the early hours of this morning, Police began receiving complaints of loud music. We have determined that the music emanated from a venue named M3 Studios which is advertising an event called Uno Carnival Miami 2022… This location is at 4000 NW 36th Ave which is in Unincorporated Miami Dade County. The Mayor and City Manager have already contacted County Officials including Commissioner Sosa as well as Mayor Cava’s office. They are looking into the situation since we are aware that Miami Dade County police also received complaints regarding the noise. We have already informed our City Attorney so that we can have all options available to stop this nuisance as soon as possible.
If you hear the boom, boom, boom tonight, let Miami Springs Police know at 305.888.9711.