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Maroon 5, Calvin Harris, and Others Set for Fontainebleau's iHeartRadio Pool Party

Calvin Harris, Maroon 5, Flo Rida, Gym Class Heroes, Enrique Iglesias ... It reads like the soundtrack listing of a PG-13 rom-com.

But that's just the lineup for the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. In fact, the two-day musical extravaganza is a strict 21-and-older pachanga.

The Absolut-sponsored shit show kicks off Friday, June 29 with a welcome party before continuing on Saturday with an all-day pool party soundtracked by Harris. But that's just the tip of the Top 40 iceberg.

After knocking down vodka tonics at the two-hour Absolut open-bar and bro-stepping with Calvin Harris, spend the night gazing into Adam Levine's gorgeous green eyes as he and his Maroon 5 brethren teach you how to move like Jagger. The group's co-headlining the evening with Miami-born rapper and recently named Today show performer Flo Rida as well as Gym Class Heroes.

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But perhaps the biggest treat of the night will be when legendary Spanish star Enrique Iglesias begs you for forgiveness, admits he doesn't mean to be rude, and propositions you for a night of casual sex via his international hit, "Tonight (I'm Fuckin' You)."

Oh, Kike's so charming.

iHeatRadio Ultimate Pool Party. Friday, June 29, to Saturday, June 30. Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Three-night hotel packages cost $400 to $800 plus fees via Bleau Live. Call 305-538-2000 or visit fontainebleau.com.

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