Six Best Club Parties on South Beach This Weekend

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WWLD--What Would Laz Do?

We've been asking ourselves that question since DJ Laz severed ties with Power 96, a radio station he helped build into what it is today, Miami's true party station... if you're party's in Kendall or Hialeah.

Nevertheless, Lazaro Mendez's voice will be sorely missed.

So again, what would Laz do? How does a "pimp with the limp" celebrates a 22-year career and new chapter in life? Popping bottles on South Beach, of course.

Check out some our picks for this weekend's best South Beach club parties.

LIV Presents. With Audrey Napoleon and Patrick M. 11 p.m., Thursday, April 5 at LIV (4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach). Visit livnightclub.com. Spinning records and pushing Heineken, no one does it better than Audrey Napoleon.

Super Fridays. With Dragonette. 11 p.m., Friday April 6 at Mansion (1235 Washington Ave, Miami Beach). Visit mansionmiami.com. Canada's favorite electro-pop outfit and new wave revivalist Dragonette swing by Mansion to say hello.

Adultnapper Album Release and RITMIK Showcase. 11 p.m., Friday, April 6 at Treehouse (323 23rd ST, Miami Beach). Visit treehousemiami.com. Funky grooves and an album release celebration courtesy of RITMIK and Adultnapper all night long.

Disco Sh!t Presents. With Norman Doray. 11 p.m., Friday, April 6 at Arkadia (4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach). Visit arkadiamiami.com. Miami people are always ready to party, Norman. Drop that beat, yo.

Yolanda Be Cool. 11 p.m., Saturday, April 7 at WALL (2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach). Visit www.wallmiami.com. Electro tracks can real old, real fast. But we'll never get tired of Yolanda Be Cool's "We Speak No Americano."

Abel Ramos. 11 p.m., Sunday, April 8 at SET (320 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach). Visit setmiami.com. He's was named Spain's best DJ in Deejay Magazine and ranked among the top 400 disc jockey in the world. Abel Ramos is the real deal, ladies and gentleman.

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