Art Basel Miami Beach

Basel Castle Returns With Yelawolf, the Rapture, Penguin Prison, and More

Arguably one of the best parties last year and Best One-Nighter winner for this year's Best of Miami, Basel Castle returns for another night of awesome music and kickass art at Overthrow Castle.

The Overthrow, which seems to have been a little quiet lately, has amassed a lineup that includes live performances from Yelawolf, Penguin Prison, and Bastard Lovechild of Rock n' Roll (AKA Blorr) as well as DJ sets by the Rapture, Tamara Sky, Heroes x Villains, Damaged Goods, and Troy Kurtz.

Yeah, that's right -- a DJ set from the Rapture. So if you didn't catch them live at Grand Central this month, you aren't going to have another opportunity. Still, with performances by Yelawolf and Penguin Prison (who will be DJing at this Saturday's Oh Jack Halloween party at the Dream Hotel), the party looks promising once again.

And because this is Art Basel Miami Beach week, there is art involved as well. The works of Ron English, Sam Flores, Tara McPherson, Jeremy Fish, Mark Bode, and Greg Mike will be displayed during the event.

Best thing of all? It's free. All you have to do is visit to score tickets.

Basel Castle with Yelawolf, the Rapture, Penguin Prison and more. Saturday, December 3. The Overthrow Castle, 51 NW 20th St., Miami. Doors open at 5 p.m. Visit

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