Drake Takes His 24-Hour Champagne Diet to W Hotel South Beach for New Year's Eve

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The publicity team behind Drake's South Beach takeover has provided new details about his big New Year's Eve bash.

The Young Money rapper will start the evening off poolside at WET and he'll perform there shortly after midnight while DJ Irie, Phresh, and Blaze handle the decks. Then the party will move indoors to WALL where Stephan Luke, DJ Sinatra, and Jacomino will take over the afterparty.

See the cut for the official Drake NYE video trailer.

The events at WET and Wall each require a separate ticket, unless you buy a joint pass for $675. A general admission poolside ticket is $350 (not including taxes and fees) and provides an open bar from 9 p.m. to midnight.

Drake's New Year's Eve Party. Friday, December 31. WET and WALL Lounge at the W Hotel South Beach, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 9 p.m. and tickets cost $350 to $675 via wmiami2011.com.

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