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Yea, so this weekend definitely is going to get pretty haute. With all of the excessive parties going on, there’s no way for your weekend to be anywhere near ennui. Music industry moguls and celebrities alike will be strutting and cavorting around MIA, so here’s just a glimpse of the soirees…

Langerado Music Festival
It’s being held in Young Circle Park, Hollywood, this Saturday is an all day event with 4 stages featuring 20 bands including artists such as CRACKER, CAKE, moe, THE WAILERS, and locals the Spam Allstars.

Ultra Music Festival:
1,000,000 watts of sound, 50,000+ party people, 200+ artists / djs / producers, 14 hours nonstop, 12 stages + you. World renowned international djs spanning from the Chemical Brothers, Rabbit in the Moon, Paul Van Dyk, Tiesto, Sasha, Paul Oakenfield, John Digweed, Boy George, Steve Lawler, and about 200 more will be present at what has been voted “Best US Event.”

Winter Music Conference
WMC is taking place March 6-10 at Miami Beach is noted as dance music’s most anticipated event of the year. With industry representatives and international djs from over 60 countries, this event is not one to pass up.

Just about every club in SoBe [and downtown, and the numbered few in the design district…]will be throwing massive parties every night commencing Friday and ending Wednesday alongside the Winter Music Conference. Hit up Space Friday night with Paul Van Dyk, Sunday with Dj Tiesto, and Tuesday with Paul Oakenfield. Mansion will be throwing a worth it event Sunday featuring the Chemical Brothers. Monday night take your pick between State with Steve Lawler or Bottles and Models at no other than Nikki Beach. There are about a million other parties but those were our picks- so take yours.

March 5, 2004

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