Oh! Bingo! Bingo! Bingo!
If we take a closer look at your card, we see that in fact, yes, Bingo Players are coming to LIV for one helluva raucous set packed with electro, trap, electro, house, and definitely some more electro.
These Dutchmen -- Paul Bäumer and Maarten Hoogstraten -- always overload the decks with high-energy, fist-pumping insanity.
Of course, this isn't gonna be the twosome's first stop in Miami and it won't be the last.
But don't miss the Players on Miami Beach this Thursday. Because it'll be the perfect chance to catch the guys behind the megahit, "I Cry," that Flo Rida jumped all over last September. C'mon, beat freaks, you know original -- in this case, "Cry (Just a Little)" -- is always a million times better.
Not that the Bingo Players dudes are a couple of one-trick ponies. They've been delivering classic high-octane electro sets since 2006. They totally killed it with their remix of all-time fave "Tom's Diner." And their bouncy "Rattle" has become a modern club staple.
On top of it all, Bäumer and Hoogstraten will be coming to LIV fresh off the news that their latest hit "Get Up (Rattle)," a remix collabo with Far East Movement, just hit the top spot in the UK, becoming their first ever number-one single. So, they'll be bringing their chart-topping game.
You have but one question to ask yourself: Ready?
Bingo Players. Thursday, February 7. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $30 to $50 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-674-4680 or visit livnightclub.com.
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