Miami Beach "100-Hour" Centennial's Lineup: Gloria Estefan, Andrea Bocelli, 28 Others

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UPDATE The Miami Beach centennial has just added Flo Rida and announced VIP Tickets.

Shake your body, baby.

On Thursday, March 26, 2015, Miami Beach will turn 100. And the city's throwing a "100-hour, non-stop" festival to celebrate its centennial.

The whole shebang will climax on the Art Deco-lined streets and hot-body-strewn sands of South Beach with a big, free, all-day oceanside fiesta at Eighth Street and Ocean Drive.

And yes, Gloria will be leading the "Conga" line, along with Andrea Boccelli and 28 others. Just check the cut for the Miami Beach Centennial beach party and concert's complete music lineup.

See also: The Six People You Meet on South Beach

Miami Beach Centennial's Music Lineup

-Gloria Estefan

-Andrea Bocelli

-Barry Gibb

-Wyclef Jean

-Ky-Mani Marley

-Dave Mason

-Nestor Torres

-Nicole Henry

-Betty Wright




-Jon Secada

-DJ Irie

-Javier Corridor


-Mariana Vega

-Tavo Botero

-Treehouse Band


-Third World

-Terrell Carter

-Rudy Perez

-Raquel Sofia

-Marlow Rosado


-Javi Garcia

-Tavo Botero

-Terrell Carter

-The Beethose Band

-Treehouse Band

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Miami Beach's 100-Hour Centennial Celebration. Sunday to Thursday, March 22 to 26. South Beach (Eighth Street and Ocean Drive) and Fillmore Miami Beach (1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach). Visit miamibeach100.com.

Miami Beach's Centennial Beach Party and Concert: Hard Rock Rising. Sponsored by Hard Rock International, The Seminole Tribe of Florida, and Seminole Hard Rock Hotel. Sunday to Thursday, March 22 to 26. South Beach, Eighth Street and Ocean Drive. Gates open at noon, performances begin at 5 p.m., and admission is free. All ages. Visit miamibeach100.com.

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