Dirtybird Records' New Year's Eve 2013: Shake Your Tail Feather at Grand Central Miami

Alright, this is a big New Year's Eve. What are your options?

1. Stay at home in your comfiest jammies, watch the ball drop, and sip sparkling wine.

2. Head out in a shimmery get-up to a real expensive, classy joint, and toast away your wallet.

3. Get fucking nasty on the floor with hip-ass dance freaks and maybe wake up with a Birdbrain.

If you're a real player doing like the players do, you're gonna want to choose No. 3 and celebrate the not-so-end of the world with Dirtybird Records and its all-star team of ghetto-tech booty clappers.

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The San Francisco treat is coming to prove the Mayans wrong at Grand Central on Monday, December 31, and they are bringing the biggest guns with them.

Drink dat Frenchy bubbly shit while you booty clap for Kill Frenzy, vogue for J. Phlip, make it ghetto for Justin Martin, and get your whistle on for the man, the myth, the large, and legendary Claude VonStroke. Plus, more of the Dirtybird fam is sure to be at GC. 'Cause they fly tight.

This will definitely be the freak-nastiest place on NYE that isn't a strip club. All the girls are definitely gonna be down to dance with you. Pull out the sweet moves, and you're definitely getting a kiss at midnight.

A Dirtybird NYE. With Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, J. Phlip, and Kill Frenzy. Presented by Poplife and Young Hearts. Monday, December 31. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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