UPDATE: Vice Magazine, Richard Kern, and the Misshapes Crash at Coco de Ville for Basel

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UPDATE: Beggars Group publicity has informed Crossfade that the XX was never confirmed for a Wednesday night DJ set. There have also been other minor adjustments to the lineup.

Still wondering where you're gonna spend your 120-hour arty party marathon? We suggest a hotel lounge such as Coco de Ville. You can get royally shitfaced, flirt with rich fancy pornographers, and then retire to your one-bedroom suite with partial ocean view for an 80-minute power nap and some morning methamphetamine.

So if you've got enough loose change (approximately $2020.00) for a five-night stay at the sumptuous Gansevoort Miami Beach, book that staycation now! If not, maybe you can crash in the hotel's supercomfy shitters between parties.

Either way, Coco's got a hot lineup (The XX! Vice! Richard Kern! The Misshapes!) for Art Basel week. Check it after the cut.

Coco de Ville's Art Basel Party Schedule

Wednesday, December 1

9 p.m. Vice Magazine presents Richard Kern's Ruckercorp 2011 Calander, with music by Prince Terrence

Thursday, December 2

11 p.m. Coco's Habit presents FendiCasa Afterparty with music by Mia Moretti, Troy Kurtz, and special guests

Friday, December 3

11 p.m. The Jane Hotel presents Coco meet Jane with music by Hally & Julia, Tim Barber, and Flo & Carlos

Saturday, December 4

11 p.m. Vman Private Party with music by the Misshapes, Jaime Biden, and Nick Cohen

Sunday, December 5

10 p.m. Grandlife presents I Art NYC with music by the Chain Smokers, Vikas, Harley Newton, Ted Geshue, and Mike Nouveau

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