Updated: Jun 26
On Thursday, March 30th, Radmila Lolly once again brought the “MAGIC” to the “Magic City”, this time to the opening game of the season for the Miami Marlins. Joined by DJ Mike Tee and accompanied by musicians from the Henry Mancini Institute of The Frost School of Music, she performed a medley of her single “MAGIC”, and its remix “MAGIC (Miami Beach House Remix)”, which was a collaboration with fellow Miamian DJ Mike Tee. They performed before the Marlin’s 4:10 pm game against the New York Mets at LoanDepot Park in front of an audience that got on their feet screaming while watching the artist putting up an unforgettable show.
Radmila intentionally chose to perform this song to honor her home of Miami: “Originally, when I wrote this song, I really wanted for it to become a Miami anthem. I am so honored to now be performing it to open the season for the Miami Marlins, and spreading the “MAGIC” to a new audience. Dreams really do come true!”
This is not the first time Radmila has combined her arts of both music and fashion with her love of Miami sports. In 2022, Radmila sang the national anthem at a Miami Heat game, accompanied by a string orchestra of all women dressed in her Radmila’s couture gowns from her couture fashion house Eltara Casata by Radmila Lolly. Radmila herself was wearing a jumpsuit and matching cape she also designed for Eltara Casata, that was covered in crystal fringe that weighed a combined 50 pounds! Radmila is a devoted Heat fan, and has gone viral numerous times for her own designed “jersey gowns”. She is known for her uniquely fashionable courtside attire, with Heat fans waiting to see what she will wear at each upcoming game.
She has never been afraid to stay true to her personal style, even when attending sports events: “I never compromised on my personal style, because I always dress the way I feel. I think that people can always tell when someone is being authentic to who they are, and that’s why my outfits are resonating with fans. To me, sports is a very exciting event and place to be at – so why not dress up for it? A game is a celebration of your team, so come dressed up for the occasion!”
Although Radmila never expected her careers in the arts of music and fashion to bring her to sports, she couldn’t be happier about where she has ended up. “Your path in life can be very unexpected – you never know where it really is going to lead, you just have to stay true to yourself and keep working. To me, sports is like my oasis now, which I never would have expected even five years ago. I think people appreciate that I don’t pretend, that I don’t act like I was always in sports – they like to watch the journey and the evolution along with me. It also shows that you can become a fan at any age and stage in your life, and from any part of the world. I was not born in America, and none of my career paths were connected to sports at all. The Miami sports world has welcomed me with open arms, and I’m very grateful for it”.