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Some Nightlife Lists to Help You Turn Up in Miami This Weekend

The sun has finally stopped trying to turn us all into little chicharrónes, and the Miami music/nightlife season is starting to ramp up. Here are some options for you to explore this weekend because you're running out of excuses to stay home. 

Start on the mainland with one of our picks for downtown Miami's best dance clubs.

After you've had your fill, Uber over to the Beach and keep the night moving with another of the area's best clubs (RIP Icon). 

Not an untz-untz person? Get some culture at one of the city's best Latin bars. 

Or unleash your inner diva at one of Miami's many karaoke bars. 

And then, finally, when it's all said and done, go get drunk on a Sunday. Here are the best places to do such a thing in Miami. 

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