Crosstown Rebels' Get Lost 2012 Lineup: Maceo Plex, Art Department, Droog and Others

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What started out as a fairly modest afterhours party at the former Studio A space in Downtown Miami in 2006 has since evolved into the WMC event par excellence.

Of course, we're talking about Crosstown Rebels' Get Lost. And now in its seventh installment, this party has pretty much come to epitomize the WMC experience for many locals and international visitors.

And since the Electric Pickle began hosting the party three years ago, it's also brought iconic status to the Wynwood EDM mecca. People are still raving about last year's energetic performances by Maceo Plex and Art Department on the Pickle's sunny patio.

The lineups have also grown exponentially each year, with over two dozen stars of the international house and techno scene onboard for Get Lost 2012 on March 24.

Crosstown Rebels' 2012 Get Lost Lineup

- Amirali (Live)

- Art Department

- Bill Patrick

- Clive Henry

- Craig Richards

- Dan Berkson & James What (Live)

- Danny Daze

- Damian Lazarus

- Droog

- Eats Everything

- Francesca Lombardo

- Fur Coat

- Guti

- Infinity Ink

- Jozif

- Konrad Black

- Luca Bacchetti

- Maceo Plex

- Miguel Campbell

- Mr. C

- Richy Ahmed

- Robert James

- Russ Yallop

- Shaun Reeves

- Subb-an

Crosstown Rebels Present Get Lost 2012. Saturday, March 24. Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Early morning to midnight. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-456-5613 or visit electricpicklemiami.com.

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