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Flying Lotus, Zola Jesus, Dan Deacon Deal With UR1's "Postponement" at Grand Central

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So we got bad news and we got good news.

The bad news is the UR1 Festival -- which was set to take place during the 2012 edition of the annual citywide, Caligula-style art party otherwise known as Art Basel -- has been postponed.

Lucky for us, the Windish Agency and Grand Central have swept in like Superman catching a quickly plummeting Lois Lane.

And unlike Superman, these cats know how to party.

UPDATE Flying Lotus and Zola Jesus have canceled on the Windish Agency's Basel party.

See also:

-UR1 Festival Postponed, Will Be Rescheduled

-Ten Best EDM Parties During Art Basel Miami Beach 2012

-Art Basel Miami Beach 2012 Music Guide

Were you a UR1 ticketholder desperately seeking a narcotic powerful enough to thoroughly numb you for the duration of The Offspring? Well, the Downtown Miami live music institution has done a little cherry picking for those eager to catch three of the biggest names in indie electronica.

Our only question: How is Grand Central going to combat the powerful winds allegedly responsible for UR1's postponement?

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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