As our economy takes a turn for the worse, there are still people out there who know what people want to do to forget that their life savings are going to shit -- drink and dance. So it isn't a surprise that this weekend, not one, but two new Miami-area venues are opening up.
The King Is Dead (10 NE 40th Street, Miami) -- er, yea that's the name -- opens up this weekend with a bang as Aquabooty pops its cherry. The party brings with it Berlin DJ/producer Dixon, whose been spinning house music since the mid-'90s. In what we hope is a continuing trend, King is one of the first Design District nightclub venues to open since The District closed back in 2006.
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Over in South Beach, Laundry Bar shut its doors temporarily to remodel and come back with a new name. What is it called now? (305) Music Lounge (721 Lincoln Lane, Miami Beach). Er, we know, craptacular on so many levels but thankfully its management knows a thing or two about music. Its grand opening is this weekend with DJ Sneak. The Toronto house DJ is sure to bring out the househeads en masse.