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Anjunabeats Adds Gabriel & Dresden, Cosmic Gate, Super 8 & Tab, and Nine Others UPDATE

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After stocking Sunday School for Degenerates with 30 stellar DJs such as minimal mastermind Richie Hawtin and then another 10 including Guy Gerber, Heidi, and Jesse Rose, Made Event's gotten busy bringing the bang to its other Ultra week engagement, the Anjunabeats party at Ice Palace Studios.

As always, trance-y Brits and Anjunabeats label heads Jono Grant, Tony McGuinness, and Paavo Siljamäki of Above & Beyond will be heading up the throwdown. And official word confirms that attendees will get an exclusive earful of "material from [the trio's] forthcoming album Group Therapy."

Filling the party's superspecial guest slot will be recently reunited San Fran progressive trance duo Gabriel & Dresden.

Update: The lineup for Anjunadeep Room has just been announced too.

Anjunabeats Room

-Above & Beyond

-Gabriel & Dresden

-Cosmic Gate

-Kyau & Albert

-Super8 & Tab

-Mat Zo

-Soundprank

Anjunadeep Room

-John Dahlbäck

-Jaytech

-Jody Wisternoff

-Desyn Masiello

-Electrobios

-James Grant

Tickets started at $30. Now they're $40. And prices are gonna go up again. So get yours quick, beat freaks.

Anjunabeats with Above & Beyond, Gabriel & Dresden, Cosmic Gate, Kyau & Albert, Super8 & Tab, Mat Zo, and Soundprank. Thursday, March 24. Ice Palace, 59 NW 14th St., Miami. The party starts at 9:30 p.m. and tickets cost $40 via ticketweb.com.

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