Robbie Rivera's Juicy Beach 2011 With Joachim Garraud, Tommy Lee, Sydney Blu, and Others

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If you choose to party with Robbie Rivera and the Juicy Beach freaks, be prepared to wake up drunk and blistered with a fistful of sand in your pants, an uncut Key lime in your mouth, and absolutely no memory of the last 17 hours.

Kicking off Thursday, March 24 at noon, Rivera's all-day party returns to Nikki Beach for another bout of bad behavior. It's gonna be a blur of fake boobs, bikinis, busted memory banks, and bright, shiny bangers from big names like Joachim Garraud, Alex Gaudino, Tocasdisco, Tommy Lee, Sydney Blu, and Miami's own Oscar G.

See the cut for the official video trailer, full list of DJs, and complete event details.

Juicy Beach 2011 Lineup

-Robbie Rivera

-Joachim Garraud

-Alex Gaudino



-Thomas Gold

-Bingo Players

-Tommy Lee & DJ Aero


-Oscar G



-Tom Stephan


-Richard Vission

-Sydney Blu

-Marcus Schossow


-Abel Ramos


-Willie Morales

-George Acosta

-Maurizio Gubellini

-Dim Chris

-Tony Arzadon

-DJ Ralph

-Edgar V


-Richard Dinsdale

-Lizzie Curious

-David Solano

Juicy Beach 2011. Thursday, March 24. Nikki Beach, One Ocean Dr., Miami. The party starts at noon and tickets cost $80 via wantickets.com. Call 305-538-1111 or visit nikkibeach.com.

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