No Age, Ninjasonik, and Shepard Fairey Announced for Fountain Art Fair Miami

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For days, we here at Crossfade have been tirelessly reporting minute-to-minute developments in arty party music news. Now we've got our very own Basel week bash. Two, actually.

As one of the seven main sponsors for this year's fifth annual Fountain Art Fair Miami, New Times is psyched to announce that our extremely rad guest list will include noisy indie band No Age, spazz rappers Ninjasonik, graphic god Shepard Fairey (yes, playing music), DJ Lauren Flax, and G. Love (minus the Special Sauce).

It all goes down December 3 and 4. See the cut for schedule and details.

Fountain Art Fair Miami Music Schedule

Friday, December 3

7 p.m. to midnight No Age and DJ Lauren Flax

Saturday, December 4

7 p.m. to midnight Miami New Times Party featuring Ninjasonik and G. Love -- plus a special music performance by Shepard Fairey

In addition to the bands, there will be booze, namely the Rums of Puerto Rico, Famosa Beer, and Blu Energy Drink.

And besides totally worshipping us, you can also thank the other Fountain Art Fair Miami sponsors: 90.5 WVUM FM, Juxtapoz Magazine, FILTER Magazine, Gawker Artists, Yelp, PKG Graphics, and Downing Frames.

All together: "Arty party!"

No Age, Ninjasonik, Lauren Flax, G. Love, and Shepard Fairey at Fountain Art Fair Miami 2010. Friday, December 3, and Saturday, December 4. 2505 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Performances will take place from 7 p.m. to midnight both days. Visit fountainexhibit.com.

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