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Score Cheap VIP Tickets to Artopia

Everyone loves a good discount -- and when it comes with VIP privileges, even better. We all like to play RHOM-style entitled once in a while, right? So get your big cheese on and scoop up a 60% off ticket to the New Times' upcoming Artopia shindig.

The fifth installment of our blowout annual event, this year's lineup includes an eclectic mix of Miami's best artists, musicians, performers, fashion designers, and culinary masters, aiming to please crowds at the Coral Gables Museum.

Artsy entertainment plus food plus booze = New Times in a nutshell.

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Your ticket will score you food, wine, cocktails, and beer, and you'll get a firsthand look at musical performances, a live fashion show, creative performance art, and works from local artists -- all while happily buzzed. You'll also get to mix and mingle with 1,500 of your closest friends, neighbors and potential mates.

Presented by the Coral Gables BID, the event runs from 7 to 10 p.m. on February 23.

Plus, with VIP admission you'll get special treats, including food samples from Chef Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar and The Dome Restaurant. And an open bar.

The regular price is $55, but at 60 percent off, that's a mere $22. Less than you'd spend for a few beers at happy hour.

There are a limited number of tickets available to this blowout affair, so get on the ball already. Did we mention the open bar?

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