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Opium Group's Ultra Week Lineup: David Guetta, Bob Sinclar, Calvin Harris, and Others

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When we polled you, the reader, about what to call the week of events happening around Ultra, 67 percent of you decided Ultra Week would be the best moniker. For Google's sake, we sort of agree with you, even if the name carries connotations of Ultra's dominance.

The Opium Group, meanwhile, has decided to describe March 22 through 27 as Miami Music Week, the name 25 percent of you choose.

But no matter what they are calling it, the lineup is solid even if it's somewhat scaled back. See the full Opium Group schedule after the jump.

SET Nightclub
Tuesday, March 22
Nic Fancuilli presents Saved with Nic Fancuilli, Matthias Tanzmann, Stacey Pullen, Tim Green, Gary Beck, Jordan Peak. Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $30.

Wednesday, March 23
Joris Voorn presents Rejected Showcase with Joris Voorn, 2000 and One, Edwin Oosterwal, Deetron, Maher Daniel. Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $25.

Thursday, March 24
Sharam, Speed Album Pre-release party with Sharam and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $35.

Friday, March 25
Bob Sinclar, Michael Calfan, Gregori Klosman. Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $100.

Saturday, March 26
Calvin Harris & Friends with Calvin Harris and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $30.

Sunday, March 27
Sasha presents Never Say Never with Sasha and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $35.

Mansion
 Tuesday, March 22
Benny Benassi & Friends with Benny Benassi, Calvin Harris, Riva Starr, Congorock. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $30.

Wednesday, March 23
Roger Sanchez presents Release Yourself. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $35.

Thursday, March 24
Dirty South presents Starphazing with Dirty South, Norman Doray, Thomas Gold, Rudy Live, Jeremy Olander. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $40.

Friday, March 25
F*** ME I'M FAMOUS by Cathy & David Guetta with David Guetta and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $125.

Saturday, March 26
Stealth Live with Roger Sanchez, Todd Terry, Prok&Fitch, Mync, Baggi Begovic, Rene Amesz, Muzzaik, Chris Moody, Jason Chance, Stafford Brothers and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $30.

Sunday, March 27
Avicii and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $30.

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Thursday, March 24
Calvin Harris Presents: The Limit Part 2 with Calvin Harris and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $30.

Saturday, March 26
Moodswing360 with Very Special Surprise Guests, DJ Chachi, Clinton Sparks, Jason Smith, DJ PS1 and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $25.

Cameo
Wednesday, March 23
The Bullitt Agency Mixer with Audiofly (Anthony + Luca), Carlo Lio, Danny Howells, Darren Emerson, Davide Squillace, Dubfire, Jonathan Peters, Luca Bacchetti, Matthias Tanzmann, Miss Nine, Nic Fanciulli, Norman Doray, Satoshi Tomiie, Serge Devant, Shlomi Aber, Steve Duda, Tatiana Fontes, Tiefschwarz (Ali + Sante), Tom Novy, Umek. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $30.

Thursday, March 24
John Digweed presents Bedrock with John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Guy J, Christian Smith, Marco Bailey and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $30.

Friday, March 25
Deckstar presents Dim Mak Miami with Very Special Surprise Guests, Sidney Samson, Dada Life, Tocadisco, Felix Cartal, Mustard Pimp, Peace Treaty, Sandro Silva, SonicC, Will Bailey and more TBA. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $30.

Sunday, March 27
Oscar G presents Made in Miami at Cameo with Oscar G, Ralph Falcon, Lazaro Casanova. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $25.

Mokai
Saturday, March 26
James Zabiela vs. Tiga. Doors 10 p.m; tickets $25.

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