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Sunday School for Degenerates 2011 Adds Guy Gerber, Heidi, and 23 Others UPDATE

As if Sunday School for Degenerates wasn't already a crazy-ass concept, Made Event's decided to dial up the wonk to an an almost unsafe level.

Step One: Expand the deviant dance marathon from 24 to 36 hours. Step Two: Book Richie Hawtin, Tiga, Adultnapper, and a ton of others. Step Three: Add ten more electronic freaking superstars, including Guy Gerber, Heidi, and Jesse Rose.

UPDATE: Apparently, there's a Step Four 'cause another 15 DJs have just enrolled in Sunday School for Degenerates. With additions like Marco Carola, Magda, and Troy Pierce from the M-NUS crew, the roster is now 55 names deep.

See the cut for the updated Sunday School for Degenerates 2011 lineup.

Sunday School for Degenerates 2011 Lineup UPDATED

Friday, March 25

Lobby Stage

-Richie Hawtin

-Marco Carola**



-Troy Pierce**

-Paco Osuna**

-JPLS (Live)**

Stage One

-Boysnoize Records


-Spank Rock




-Strip Steve

Saturday, March 26

Lobby Stage

-Victor Calderone


-Carlo Lio**

-Nicole Moudaber**

Stage One




-Robert Dietz

-Michel Cleis



-Cesar Merveille

-Maayan Nidam

-Ernesto Ferreyra/Mirko Loko

Sunday, March 27


-Benoit & Sergio**


-Davide Squillace


-Guy Gerber*


-Jesse Rose*

-John Roberts*

-Josh Wink

-Loco Dice*

-Martin Buttrich

-Matthias Kaden

-Matthias Tanzmann

-Mr. C

-Nicholas Jaar

-No Regular Play

-Paco Osuna*

-Sascha Funke

-Seth Troxler


-Steve Bug




-Wareika (Live)*

*Added to the Sunday School for Degenerates 2011 lineup on February 3 

**Newly added to the lineup on February 14

Sunday School for Degenerates: The Lost Weekend, presented by Made Event. Friday, March 25, to Sunday, March 27. Ice Palace, 59 NW 14th St., Miami. Doors open March 25 at 10 p.m. and close March 27 at 10 p.m. with a 12-hour intermission from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday. A full 36-hour wristband costs $90 via Ages 21 and up. Visit

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