Flying Lotus and Zola Jesus Cancel on Windish Agency's Basel Party

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Bad news, Baselites.

If you were stoked about seeing tripped-out experimental pop-hop producer Flying Lotus during Art Basel Miami Beach ... It ain't gonna happen.

After the hugely anticipated UR1 Fest got postponed, we here at Crossfade -- just like you, FlyLo, Zola Jesus, and Dan Deacon -- made plans to deal with our disappointment at this Saturday's Windish Agency Party at Grand Central.

But now ... Both Flying Lotus and Zola Jesus won't be showing up.

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Just this evening, the lineup change was announced via Grand Central's Facebook page.

"Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances," the Downtown Miami party spot explains, "Flying Lotus will not be performing at The Windish Agency Party on Saturday December 8th," adding in a later post that "Zola Jesus has been replaced by Animal Collective DJ set."

To make up for the loss, though, GC and Windish have added a few extra acts and some free booze to the bill.

"The [new] lineup is Dan Deacon + Tanlines + Animal Collective (DJ Set) + Hundred Waters + Art Installation from Daniel Johnston," Grand Central apologetically We are offering complimentary cocktails from 11-12."

So either get your refund. Or arrive early, imbibe lots, and party "Big Big Big Big Big."

The Windish Agency Party. With live performances by Flying Lotus, Zola Jesus, Dan Deacon, Tanlines, Animal Collective (DJ Set), and Hundred Waters. Featuring an installation by Daniel Johnston. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $20 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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