Skrillex Announces Miami Show at Mansion on September 28, Tickets on Sale This Saturday

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Shave the sides of your head right after buying Skrillex tickets on Saturday morning and it will have grown back by the time his show hits Mansion on September 28. But you'll still have tickets to see Skrillex unleash his magical diarrheic iPod.

For such an intimate gig, it's almost certain that Skrillex is planning something special, perhaps even lowering a blue whale from the ceiling to mate with a fax machine for the encore.

But whatever the party plan, tickets are certain to sell out. So make sure you're ready to click, click, click at 10 a.m. on Saturday morning.

And while we're acting like children about this whole Skrillex thing ... Why not hear from some actual kids?

Here, Noisey interviews some adorable English children, one of whom says that "Bangarang" makes him want to slap his sister's fat butt. This September, what will it make you want to slap?

Skrillex. Friday, September 28. Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Tickets go on sale this Saturday at 10 a.m. Call or visit mansionmiami.com.

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