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The Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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When the forces that be decided that it was a good idea to have a noon game between Florida and Miami, what they were really doing was trying to see which side's fanbase was more dedicated to their team.

And so, the drinking game 12 before 12 was born.

In an effort to separate the men from the boys, your attendance at a 9 a.m. tailgate at Sun Life is of the utmost importance. Don't arrive in your Snuggie -- even if it's adorned in a big gator. Leave your sweatpants and eye crud at home. This shit will get real serious real quick.

The ultimate goal (besides not getting too drunk to start cheering for the opposing team) is to keep yourself together until the end of the game. We roll out in the morning. Good luck.

Friday

Zedd: "Clarity" is the song we jump for joy about when it comes on and we're one shot past inebriated.

Bro Safari: Discover what Diplo, DJ Craze and Knife Party love so much about this bro.

Circo Hermanos Vazquez: The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey of Mexico.

Saturday

Florida v. Miami: Only one of them is gonna win.

Brazilian Independence Day Celebration: Brazilian butt-lift need not apply!

Black Flag: We implore you to stand in the same room as Greg Ginn and his guitar.

Paul Oakenfold: Hopefully he's filled out a change of address for since Pauly O practically lives at LIV.

Sunday

John Mayer: Still relevant!

Dawoud Bey: Picturing People: Over 50 portraits that make you think. When's the last time you really sat down to think?

Midtown Get Down: Old school hip hop, PBR, and barbecue.

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