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Six Best Club Parties on South Beach This Weekend

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Whether you're getting high this weekend with Yanni or kicking it German-style with Rammstein, stoners are in for an unforgettable 4/20. However, recreational drug use isn't limited to Miami's pot culture.

For pookie heads and coke fiends alike, each weekend is a tiki-tiki paradise on South Beach. From big-name producers to up-and-coming DJs, the talent is limitless.

Forget that Top 40 crap, this is house music. So put your hands up for Miami and check out this weekend's best club parties on South Beach.

DallasK. Thursday, April 19, 11 p.m., LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Visit livmiami.com. He's a young buck from Orlando well on his way to becoming one of the biggest DJs to ever come out of Florida. Over 6,700 people "Like" him on Facebook. But you'll love him on the dance floor.

DJ Craze. As part of Super Fridays. April 20, 11 p.m., Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Visit mansionmiami.com. Dude's a five-time DMC champion, a living legend among DJs. Do not miss him tear shit up.

My Favorite Robot. Presented by Link and Miami Rebels. Friday, April 20, 11 p.m., Treehouse, 323 23rd St., Miami Beach. Visit treehousemiami.com. Canadian DJ-producer trio Jared Simms, James Teej, and Voytek Korab bring Montreal to South Beach well ahead of the snowbirds.

Paul Oakenfold. Saturday, April 21, 11 p.m, Amnesia, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Visit amnesiamiami.com. There's Paul Oakenefold. And then there's everybody else. You realize this dude's been in the game 32 years? Holy shit.

David Jones. Saturday, April 21, 11 p.m., Wall Lounge, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Visit wallmiami.com. Didn't David Jones die? No, that was Monkees' legend Davy Jones. We're proud to report that David Jones is alive and well.

Dirty South. Sunday, April 22, 2 p.m., Arkadia Poolside, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Visit arkadiamiami.com. Party like an Australian with Dirty South this weekend.

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