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The Vagabond's WMC 2011 Parties Have a Little Something For Everyone

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Ultra Week may have the bigger names and parties, but Winter Music Conference is still going to give us plenty of reasons to become 24-hour party people.

Case in point: The Vagabond's WMC lineup is so well thought out and diverse. Whether it's classic house, dubstep, or electro, the 14th Street venue seems to be aiming for a wide audience of dance music lovers.

But the real sweet spot here is WMC's official opening party March 8, featuring Def Mix with Frankie Knuckles, David Morales, and Hector Romero.

Of course, what about Ultra Week? Owner Carmel Ophir assured us that the lineup for the end of March would be released soon.

See the Vagabond's full WMC 2011 lineup after the jump.

Tuesday, March 8
The Official WMC Opening Party featuring Def Mix with Frankie Knuckles, David Morales, and Hector Romero. Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $10.

Wednesday, March 9
In the Groove Global Presents Todd Terry's InHouse Records Party along with DJ Sneak, Junior Sanchez, Mattias Heilbronn, Norty Cotto, Rock-It Rockett, Benji Candelario, DJ Lucho, Oscar P, DJ Eric F, Pete G and Danny Genius. Doors 9 p.m; tickets $10.

Thursday, March 10
Shake and Get Low WMC Edition featuring Hatcha along with Juan Basshead, Agape ft. Nadia Harris (Live), MC Jumanji & The Nome, Somejerk vs. Methodus, Ashworth, A-Train, Rob Riggs and Sounduo (Live). Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $10.

Friday, March 11
Fridays at The Vagabond with Larry Tee, Class Actress (Live), and MillionYoung (Live). Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $10.

Saturday, March 12
Dance Ritual featuring Louie Vega along with Mr. V, Johnny Dangerous, Carlos Mena, Fabio Genito, Davidson Ospina, Anane (Live), and Josh Milan (Live). Doors 10 p.m.; tickets $20.

All tickets available at wantickets.com/vagabond.

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