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WMC 2010: Danny Tenaglia, Victor Calderone, Austin Leeds On Board for Pacha Miami

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Here in Crossfade we may always hype up the new or up and coming, but plenty of people come to Winter Music Conference to listen to the old standbys, and we don't blame 'em. It's perhaps the only week in the United States you can catch them all back to back. And if anyone knows how to please that crowd the best it's Pacha.

The megaclub, originally from Ibiza, Spain, has several outposts including Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Munich, and more famously, New York. But every year around WMC, the NY outpost organizes a week-long party mayhem in Miami that doesn't stop until, er, well who knows. This year isn't any different.

This year's highlights include Danny Tenaglia's Wednesday night takeover of Parkwest, where we're pretty sure shirts will be forbidden on the dancefloor.

For those looking for a free party, Pacha will appease them with a Sirius XM Party at the Gansevoort South Hotel featuring Above & Beyond, Markus Schulz, and Kaskade.

Victor Calderone and Sander Kleinenberg are scheduled for a daytime party at the Surfcomber on Thursday, while the Mixmag party Friday night at Parkwest with Will.I.Am, Boys Noize and D.Ramirez ought to attract a mixed crowd.

But let's not ruin all the surprises. Full list of Pacha Miami 2010 events after the jump.

Wednesday, March 24

Be Yourself with Danny Tenaglia and Paco Osuna at Parkwest. Doors open at 10 p.m. Tickets are $40.

Sirius XM Party with Above & Beyond, Markus Schulz, and Kaskade at Gansevoort South Hotel. Doors from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free admission all day.

Thursday, March 25

This Is Evolve Pool Party with Victor Calderone and Sander Kleinenberg at Surfcomber Hotel.  Doors open at 11 a.m. Tickets $35 if you arive before 2 p.m., $50 for all day.

Nervous All Nite with Austin Leeds, Starkillers, Honey Dijon, Behrouz, Chus & Ceballos, King Britt, Theo, Richie Santana, Peter Bailey, Tom Stephan, David Tor, Oscar G., Ralph Falcon, and Baggi Begovic at Parkwest. Doors open at 10 p.m. Tickets are $25.

Crooklyn Clan Party with Crooklyn Clan, DiscoTech, Beat Breaker, Danny Diggz, Serafin, and Rock-It-Scientists at Play. Doors open at 10 p.m. Tickets are $25.

Friday, March 26

Jonathan Peters' Annual Pool Party at Shelborne Hotel. Doors at noon. Tickets are $30.

Mind Control Party with Richie Santana and Peter Bailey at Dream. Doors at 10 p.m. Tickets are $35.

Mixmag Party with Will.I.Am, Boys Noize, and D.Ramirez at Parkwest. Doors at 10 p.m. Tickets are $35.

Saturday, March 27

The Martinez Brothers and Jonathan Peters Late Night at Parkwest. Doors at 10 p.m. Tickets are $35 for both.

Sunday, March 28

Be Yourself Pool Party with Danny Tenaglia and Michelangelo at Shelborne Hotel. Doors at noon. Tickets are $30.

Asseteria Invades Miami with Chriss Vargas and friends at Parkwest. Doors at 10 p.m. Tickets are $20.

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