Art Basel Miami Beach

Basel Castle 2013 Lineup: SBTRKT, Chance the Rapper, Gessafelstein, Brodinski, 24 Others

After four years, it's time for Basel Castle to expand its kingdom.

So in a battle worthy of Games of Thrones, Miami-Los Angeles collective the Overthrow has annexed the lands southern lands known as Grand Central Park for its fourth annual Basel Castle.

Since it's inception, it was held in a faux castle on the fringes of Wynwood. But every year, the kingdom celebrated in tight quarters. Last year, the Overthrow took over the side street next to the castle for a mini block party. Still, everyone was looking to cram into the castle.

But this year's locale, the pastures of Grand Central Park means everyone will have plenty of room to roam around and enjoy the sounds of perhaps of the best Basel Castle lineups ever.

Who's on the bill? Check the cut for Basel Castle's 2013 Lineup so far.

See also: Art Basel Miami Beach 2013 Party Guide

Basel Castle 2013 Lineup


-SBTRKT (DJ set)

-Gesaffelstein (Live)


-Chance the Rapper

-The Knocks

-Heroes x Villains

-Been Trill

-Travi$ Scott

-Mystery Skulls


-Austin Paul

-Tamara Sky

-Robb Bank$

-Damaged Goods


-Pirate Stereo







-L'Amour Supreme

-Greg Mike




-Angry Woebots

-Pale Horse

Basel Castle 2013. Saturday, December 7. Grand Central Park, 700 N. Miami Ave., Miami. All ages. Early-bird tickets are available for $20 via

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