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Miami's Six Best Club Parties This Week

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Halloween may be just a few days away, but in the Magic City, the freak show never ends.

So grab your crew of bikini clad monsters and tri-breasted vampires and get your spook on.

Here are the six best club parties going down this week, from Drake and Marco Carola at Story to Sander Kleinenberg at Bardot.

See also: Five Best Concerts in Miami This Week

Halloween Eve. With Drake, DJs Stevie J, Iron Lyon, and A Fly Guy. Thursday, October 30, 11 p.m. Story, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-538-2424; storymiami.com. Tickets cost $75 to $100 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Bring out your red and white phantom masks and party it up on Thursday night with the King of YOLO Drake.

See also: Miami's Ten Best Halloween 2014 Parties

Turn Down For What? With Lil Jon. Part of E11even's Haunted October. Friday, October 31, 10 p.m. E11even Miami, 29 NE 11th St., Miami; 11miami.com. Tickets cost $20 to $40 plus fees via 11miami.com. Ages 21 and up. It's Halloween, party freaks! So "fire up loud another round of shots" and get turnt up with Lil Jon at E11even. Yeeaahh!

See also: Miami's Halloween 2014 Party Guide

Sander Kleinenberg. With Sean Drake and Jeremy Ismael. Saturday, November 1, 10 p.m. Bardot, 3456 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 305-576-7750; bardotmiami.com. Tickets cost $18 to $24 plus fees via showclix.com. Ages 21 and up. "We-R-Superstars." So make your body move to the "funk-laced indie dance" grooves of Amsterdam's Sander Kleinenberg.

See also: New Times' Concert Calendar

Thomas Gold. With Mednas. Saturday, November 1, 11 p.m. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-674-4680; livnightclub.com. Tickets cost $60 to $90 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Unleash your inner "Beast" and rage like a monster with the German Midas of house music, Thomas Gold.

Miami Halloween Weekend. With Marco Carola, Ryan Crosson, and Shaun Reeves. Presented by Music On. Saturday, November 1, 11 p.m. Story, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-538-2424; storymiami.com. Tickets cost $30 to $40 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. There's no need to freak out. That guy spinnin' those sick tracks? That's just the "global ambassador of techno," Marco Carola. So head on over to Story and show the guy some respect.

Rustie. Saturday, November 1, 11 p.m. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 305-377-2277; grandcentralmiami.com. Tickets cost $10 to $15 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Ages 18 and up. Go hard with Glaswegian party animal Rustie and all his bangin' hits right in the heart of the 305 at Grand Central.

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