Aquabooty 10th Anniversary Party at Electric Pickle Friday

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Miami's house music cognoscenti will be rejoicing at the Electric Pickle this Friday night when

Aquabooty, the city's longest-standing and most esteemed house music party,

celebrates a whopping 10 years of loving soulful groove. Formed in 2000

by scene veterans Joe Budious and Tomas Ceddia, the 'Booty has remained

a strong bastion of uncompromising musical quality and unpretentious good vibes

running against the prevailing current of commercial nightlife in Miami

through the years.

After a decade of hosting some of the most memorable

and intimate dance parties with the support of

internationally-renowned DJs like Louie Vega, Jazzanova, Chuck Love,

Miguel Migs, Jay J, and Marques Wyatt, Friday night's 10th anniversary celebration is guaranteed to be a bootylicious good time. The special lineup is headed by Berlin favorite Dixon, playing in

support of his new record release, along with DJs Greg Cuoco, DHM,

Tomas, Sheldon Prince and Jason Wiggill. Don't forget your scuba gear, because this is gonna get deep!

Aquabooty 10th Anniversary Party. Friday, October 2, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826 N Miami Ave., Miami.

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