Poplife Gets Spooky For NeckFace Afterparty with Busy P October 31

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You read correctly: former Daft Punk manager and Ed Banger head honcho Pedro Winter (a.k.a. Busy P) is coming to Miami. This will be his first DJ set in the Magic City since Ed Banger took over Studio A for its Fixed WMC party in 2007.

Busy P's appearance is part of the NeckFace afterparty scheduled at Poplife on Halloween night. NeckFace will actually be debuting his premiere solo exhibition in Miami, Devil's Disciple, earlier that evening at O.H.W.O.W. (3100 NW 7 Ave., Miami). The exhibition will take over 10,000 square feet at the gallery and include a haunted house installation featuring NeckFace's work.

Then the party moves to Electric Pickle (2826 N Miami Ave., Miami) with Busy P. Tickets for the afterparty will go on sale soon for $15 through Wantickets.com.

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