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The Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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Ready, Miami?

Ultra Music Festival, Weekend Dos, is here.

More glitter! More sequins! More fur! More masks! More triangle bikinis! More boobs! More butts!

So this is all kind of a big deal because Miami has never before experienced a double weekend of Ultra. Like, never.

The city might explode if we can't handle it, so handle it, Miami!

Handle that shit (with grace) so we can have Ultra back next year.

Friday

Hard Miami Pool Party: Hope everyone's in beach shape.

Ultimate Miami Comedian Qualifier: Quickest way into a person's pants is through his or her funny bone.

Ultra Weekend 2: Round dos!

Paul Oakenfold: Watch how an old pro does it.

Saturday

Get Lost Miami 2013: Complete with a sizable lineup of world-class DJs!

Brothers Beckett: A funny, sensitive, and heart-breaking examination of the love lives of 20-somethings.

Miami Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival: Didn't make it SoBeWFF? No worries. Brickell's got you covered.

Sunday

Rachel Maddow: She's more fierce than all of you.

Heat vs. Bobcats: Twenty-five??!?!?!?!?!?!?!!??!?!!?!

Snoop Lion: Still can't get used to calling him that. #snoopdogg4eva

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