Six Best Club Parties on South Beach This Weekend

Maybe all those never-ending rainstorms that soaked South Beach through most of July have finally freaking disappeared. Or, maybe not, and August will be just as flooded by the Sunshine State's infamous summer showers.

But one thing's certain: Whatever the weather, it's always cool and sweaty inside SoBe's clubs. At some of the city's hottest party spots, the world's biggest DJs spend the wet months dropping epic summer-y sets, proving that a little rain can't stop the music.

Check out this week's six best club parties on South Beach.

Guy J and Matthew Dekay. Presented by Kontrol. Thursday, July 26, 11 p.m., Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 305-695-8411; Tickets cost $15 plus fees via Ages 21 and up. You don't hear much about the Israeli EDM scene. But over the past decade, Guy J has been one of the top electronic music ambassadors from the Holy Land. In Tel Aviv, he's considered a top selector. And internationally, his star is rising. Similarly, Matthew Dekay's brand continues to climb. Like Guy J, this German DJ has been in the game for about a decade, dabbling in just about every EDM subgenre imaginable.

Sander Kleinenberg. Thursday, July 26, 11 p.m., LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-674-4680; Tickets cost $40 to $50 via Ages 21 and up. Sander Kleinenberg is a DJ's DJ. Less concerned with stage antics or gimmicks, he relies on the music itself. Kleinenberg is a student of clubland, studying each crowd 'round the globe and catering to its specifics needs. He's as comfortable dropping a set in Buenos Aires as he is playing New York, Belfast, Paris, or South Beach.

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