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Major Lazer at Grand Central, May 15

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As we wrap up 2010, Crossfade looks back at the best live performances of the year. View the full list of Miami's Best Concerts of 2010.

Major Lazer
May 15, 2010
Grand Central

Crowd control issues aside, Major Lazer's Skerrit Bwoy put on one hell of a show along with Diplo, Mimi, and a cavalry of dagger-ready dancers. Sure, Switch was M.I.A. (no pun intended), but no one in the crowd seem to care. Even Grand Central's A/C system wasn't a match for the sweaty mess that ensued.

What we said:

If you must know

how crazy it got, both Skerrit Bwoy and Mimi managed to shimmy up the

rafters and do some rather dangerous dance moves that had me thinking I

hope they get paid well to do what they do.

Read Crossfade's full review of the Major Lazer show at Grand Central and see the 58-photo slideshow.

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