Questlove, Matt & Kim, Toro y Moi, and More at Bardot for Art Basel Week

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Even though Art Basel Miami Beach doesn't officially begin for another three days, the peripheral non-art happenings (read: booze and music) are already raging. And Bardot's wasting zero time.

Tonight, the semi-secret Midtown spot will kick off a full week's worth of Basel bashes that include performances and DJ sets by Agape, Nancy Whang of the Juan MacLean, Matt & Kim, and Toro y Moi. Then wrapping it up tight on Sunday, Roots mastermind Questlove will drop a week-ending set alongside Dead Prez spitter M1.

See the cut for Bardot's full Art Basel party schedule.

Bardot's Art Basel 2010 Music Lineup

Monday, November 29

Madafi with DJ Mr Brown

Tuesday, November 30

MOCA Shakers Afterparty with performance with Agape featuring Nadia Harris & DJ Ess & Emm

Wednesday, December 1

DJ Nancy Whang (LCD Soundsystem/Juan Maclean) with Navegante

Thursday, December 2

Precision Guided Musicians with Perry and Etty Farrell vs. Chris Cox -- plus DJ Ana Calderon

Friday, December 3

Matt & Kim (DJ Set) and Special Guest

Saturday, December 4

How to Dress Well, Toro y Moi, and DJ Contra

Sunday, December 5

Questlove with M1 (Dead Prez)

Bardot, 3456 N Miami Ave., Miami. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Reservations are strongly suggested. Call 305-588-8981, email reservation@bardotmiami.com, or visit bardotmiami.com.

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