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Winter Music Conference 2011 Lineup and Party Listings Event Guide

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This year WMC makes history as the kickoff to an electronic music party marathon that will see over 300 events in the course of three weeks. Starting March 8, there will be more pool parties, hotel throwdowns, megaclub orgies, underground raves, laidback lounge-offs, and hardcore marathons than you can throw a tourist from New Jersey at.

Whether you pump your fist, drop it like it's hot, stomp your feet, shake what your momma gave ya, wave at the DJ, or just plain give in to the ecstasy of it all, we've got just the party for you. 

See New Times' full Winter Music Conference 2011 listings.

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