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WMC 2010: Busy P and DJ Mehdi at Bar, March 25

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We already have heard about tons of parties that are happening during Winter Music Conference, but we've been told to keep mum until everything is confirmed. Finally, here is one of those parties we've known for a while but haven't been able to say anything about -- until today.

Though cool kids at O.H.W.O.W. are bringing Busy P and DJ Mehdi for a Thursday night Ed Banger party at Bar (28 NE 14th Street, Miami) on March 25.

But it wouldn't be an O.H.W.O.W. party is art wasn't involved somehow. Todd James of Reas International will be doing an installation at the venue, which if his past body of work is any indication should be childishly fun.

Best part of it all, the party is F-R-E-E! We spoke to Raul Sanchez of O.H.W.O.W., who says there will no price gouging of drinks either. And this is also just the tip of the iceberg of what the gallery has in store for Bar during WMC. Many more parties are planned, and yes, they will all be free as well. Stay tuned for updates.

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