Life in Color Miami: Diplo, Benny Benassi, R3hab, Paint-Soaked Ravers!

Sure, DJ sets at clubs are fun. But DJ sets inside convention centers are funner.

Especially when you're covered in someone else's sweat and buckets of non-toxic paint while rolling face with your absolute favorite mix-masters.

Benny friggin' Benassi, dirty boy Diplo, and motherflippin' R3hab are bringing the noise, beat freaks. These three EDM studs will be taking over the Miami Beach Convention Center on Friday, December 28 at 7 p.m. for Life in Color (Formerly Dayglow), "the world's largest paint party."

But that's not all.

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-R3hab Gushes Over South Beach: "Always Madness!"

-Life in Color Paint Party's DJ Contest

Life in Color will also feature an opening set by the winner of a DJ contest. We're not sure who it'll be, but LIC owner Paul Campbell guarantees someone gnarly and creative.

"I expect people to either do quick mixes and show their technical skills, drop some originals or show off their original mash-ups so it would stand out amongst all the other mixes," Campbell told New Times in November after announcing that the search had begun. "Just being creative and fun should do the job."

So whether you're a rookie pookie-head or a former frat bro with an affinity for dance music and a 9-to-5 job in the financial industry that frowns upon neon tank tops and boat shoes in the workplace, go get wet and messy with Life in Color.

Life in Color. With Benny Benassi, Diplo, R3hab, and others. Friday, December 28. Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach. Tickets cost $50 to $90 via Ages 17 and up. Call 305-673-7311 or visit

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