Calvin Harris Headlining Life in Color Festival in Miami

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Who's the newest member of the "LIC Nation"?

Well, as Life in Color reps reveal: "We are pleased to announce Calvin Harris as your main headliner."

That's right ... The richest DJ of 2013 will be getting the paint-splattered t-shirt and designer jeans needed to prove his LIC citizenship when "the first-ever Life in Color Festival" explodes at Sun Life Stadium on December 27.

The excitement's too much! Like "We Found Love"! Or took a neon bomb to the face! Or something!

UPDATE Life in Color has just added Chuckie to the Miami festival lineup.

See also: Review & Photos: Life in Color Festival, a Brilliant Blast Off in Miami

Over the next couple of weeks, there will be another nine EDM acts added to the Life in Color Festival's Miami lineup.

And while our dopamine receptors may not be able to sustain such intense levels of stimulation, we pledge to update all y'all beat freaks and goop junkies on any developments pertaining to this hugest edition of the "World's Biggest Paint Party."

Uhntz-uhntz! Yeeeaaahh! This Life's about to get messy!

Life in Color Festival. Friday, December 27. Sun Life Stadium, 2269 NW 199th St., Miami Gardens. The festival begins at 2 p.m. and tickets cost $54.99 to $199 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Ages 16 and up. Visit lifeincolor.com.

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