iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party 2013 Lineup: Pitbull, Ke$ha, Afrojack, Icona Pop, Krewella

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You thought last year's iHeartRadio pool party was, like, the Ultimate.

After all, Flo Rida stripped down for the crowd while Enrique and Adam Levine humped out the hits. All the wasted white girls got wasted. And even tatted-up bros felt the love.

But just wait for the 2013 edition of iHeartRadio's Ultimate Pool Party.

See also:

-Review and Photos: Enrique Iglesias, Flo Rida, Maroon 5 at iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party 2012

-iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party 2013: A Five-Part Guide, From Pitbull to Icona Pop

Oh yeah ....

Presented by Visit Florida ("The official consumer web site of the Sunshine State!"), this sun- and pheremone-soaked "two-day musical weekend" is comin' back for a second consecutive year at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

On Friday, June 28, and Saturday, June 29, as part of the BleauLive concert series, iHeartRadio, Pitbull, and four other headliners will unload a big blast of pop-rap, EDM, and other pool-party jams on South Beach's hardest-partying hordes.

iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party 2013 Lineup




-Icona Pop


Last year, "no one left looking cute, but all totally satisfied."

In 2013, though, we predict everyone will walk away wetter and sexier and twice as iHeartRadio-fied.

iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party 2013. Friday, June 28, and Saturday, June 29. Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Call 800-548-8886, or visit BleauLive.com.

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