Robbie Rivera's Juicy Beach 2013 Phase Two Lineup: Mord Fustang, Hot Mouth, 16 Others

Two weeks ago, Robbie Rivera kicked off the beat-freaking season by revealing the nine-act Phase One lineup for Juicy Beach 2013.

The roster was already loaded with Mr. Rivera, Bob Sinclar, Cosmic Gate ... But the Juicy crew still promised more "all star talent to be announced in the coming weeks."

And now Robbie's delivered Phase Two, adding Mord Fustang, Hot Mouth, and 16 other party jocks for this annual Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week bash on the sands of SoBe.

So Juicy ... Just check the cut for the full lineup so far.

See also:

-Hard Miami 2013 Announces Two-Day Lineup: Borgore, Claude VonStroke, 13 Others

-Crosstown Rebels' Get Lost Announces WMC 2013 Lineup: Cassy, Carl Craig, 30 Others

-Last Resort Announces WMC 2013 Lineup: Maceo Plex, Tale of Us, Soul Clap, 17 Others

-Robbie Rivera's Juicy Beach 2013 Phase One Lineup: Bob Sinclar, Seven Others

Juicy Beach 2013 Lineup

-Robbie Rivera

-Bob Sinclar

-Cosmic Gate

-Mord Fustang


-Manufactured Superstars

-Nari & Milani

-Stefano Noferini

-Manuel De La Mare

-Federico Scavo

-Alex Gaudino


-Sandro Silva

-David Jones

-Tony Arzadon



-Hot Mouth

-Frank Caro

-Maurizio Gubellini

-Del Ayers

-Marc Stout

-Atomic Bangers

-Juanjo Martin

-Willie Morales

Juicy Beach 2013. Thursday, March 21. Nikki Beach Miami, 1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach. The party starts at 1 p.m. and tickets cost $65 and up plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-538-1111 or visit nikkibeach.com.

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