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Top 10 Super Bowl Weekend Parties in South Florida

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The big game is almost here, but even if you don't give a shit about that, there're plenty enough parties going on that may well prevent you from waking up before 10pm Sunday night.

Here are our Top 10 Super Bowl weekend parties in South Florida, and don't forget to check out our full Super Bowl party and events guide for over 120 percent more places to go and get so drunk you forget where you live.

Click each listing for full event details:

10. Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam on South Beach
9. Hotel 994 Super Bowl Bash with Nick Lachey and Snoop Dogg
8. Ready, Set, Go at SET Nightclub
7. Drake, Common & Mr Hudson at Hotel 944
6. Rock N Soul Party with Drew Rosenhaus at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
5. Nas in Concert at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
4. Maxim Party at Raleigh Hotel
3. Playboy Party at Sagamore Hotel
2. Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XII at Miami Beach Senior High Basketball Arena
1. Community Vibes 5 at Ecco Lounge

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