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Life in Color 2014's Full Miami Lineup: Kaskade, Diplo, Juicy J, 19 Others

Goop junkies, your time is nigh.

The Life in Color Festival is back and bigger than ever, threatening a full two days' worth of paint-splattering, beat-dropping madness. The fest has been slowly revealing its 2014 lineup with a neat series of live-painting portraits by L.A.-based artist David Garibaldi

And what does LIC's latest colorful mugs reveal ... A little bit of house, a little bit of electro, a little bit of dubstep, and some trippy double-cup music.

Check the cut for Life in Color 2014's full Miami lineup.

See also: Life in Color Festival 2014's Set Times

Life in Color Festival 2014's Miami Lineup

-Kaskade

-Diplo

-Nervo

-Borgore

-Carnage

-Chainsmokers

-Juicy J

-Borgeous

-David Solano

-Morten

-Deorro

-Head Hunter

-Lookas

-Brass Knuckles

-Adventure Club

-Tur

-Bro Safari

-Slander

-Snails

-Bingo Players

-Dvbbs

-Madeon

-Caked Up

-Sliink

-What So Not

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Life in Color Festival 2014. Friday and Saturday, December 26 and 27. Sun Life Stadium, 2269 NW 199th St., Miami Gardens. The festival begins at 4 p.m. and tickets cost $$129.99 to $179.99 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Ages 16 and up. Visit lifeincolor.com.

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