Snoop Lion to Oakenfold: Bamboo Miami Beach's WMC and MMW 2013 Lineup

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With the kickoff of Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week just a little over seven days away, our anxiety has reached an all-time high. Only Election Day voting lines throughout South Florida, it seems, are longer than our WMC Party Guides, and that's becoming increasingly difficult to handle.

Still, y'all were begging to know what's going down at Bamboo Miami Beach between Friday, March 15, and Sunday, March 24. And we couldn't take it anymore.

Crossfade is 'bout the people. And when the people ask for another party guide, you're damned right we give the people another party guide.

So check out Bamboo's complete Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week lineup after the cut.

See Also:

-Shelborne's WMC 2013 Pool Parties: Murk, Erick Morillo, Victor Calderone, and Others

-Dirtybird Players BBQ WMC 2013 Lineup: Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, Special Guests De La Soul, and More

-Opium Group's Miami Music Week 2013 Phase One Lineup: Afrojack, Digweed, Ten Others

-Opium Group's MMW 2013 Phase Two Lineup: Richie Hawtin, Maceo Plex, Porter Robinson

Friday, March 15

Alex Gaudino, Jason Rooney, Chicco Secci, Simon De Jano, and Bottai

Considered the "Chief Spokesman for Italian Disco House," Alex Gaudino is one of Europe's hottest DJs and "one of the most prolific producers in Italy," according to Pete Tong.

Saturday, March 16

Paul Oakenfold and Friends

What's better than spending a night alone with Oakie during WMC and MMW? A five-way bang fest at Bamboo with Paul and his pals Star Killers, EC Twins, Spencer & Hill, and Richard Beynon.

Sunday, March 17

Snoop Lion (Formerly Snoop Dogg) Hosts Prestige Sundays

The Doggfather of West Coast rap's had a rebirth, distancing his righteous self from the negativity often linked to both his early life and musical career. There are no more "bitches in the living room getting it on," and "Mr. One Eight Seven on a motherfucking cop" has traded in his Glock for dreadlocks. Snoop's gone Rasta, mon. And it's a beautiful thing.

Tuesday, March 19

Cadenza Showcase with Technasia, Kenny Larkin, Michel Cleis, Ernesto Ferreyra, and Andrea Oliva

The sweetest label in music ("We are all spiritual people, free as our music, and we live for that reason") showcases some of its biggest acts.

Wednesday, March 20

Roger Sanchez

Get your Grammy fix when Grammy-winning DJ Roger Sanchez and his Stealth crew take over Bamboo.

Thursday, March 21

Pacha's 40th Anniversary

Iberian nightclub brand Pacha brings Ibiza to Miami for its ruby jubilee with Spain's Uner, Riva Starr, and Pirupa DJs.

Friday, March 22

Spin City

It's an international affair when Showtek, Swanky Tunes, John Dahlbäck, Moguai, Whippenberg, Helena, Lazy Rich, and Crazibiza get behind the decks.

Saturday, March 23

Pacha's 40th Anniversary Part Deux

You wouldn't travel several thousand miles across the pond for just one night of Spanish house in Ibiza, right? Why should they? Expect sets from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Sidney Sampson, BassJackers, Hard Rock Sofa, Sebastien Drums, FireBeatz, Plastik Funk, and Luca G.

Sunday, March 24

Snoop Lion (Formerly Snoop Dogg) Hosts Prestige Sundays Part Deux

Snoop's already in town; why not host a second Sunday?

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