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WMC 2010: Robbie Rivera's Juicy Beach Returning to Nikki Beach March 25

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If there is one party that never fails to attract the masses during Winter Music Conference, it's Juicy Beach. The event, spearheaded by house DJ/producer Robbie Rivera, takes over Nikki Beach (1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach) for over 16 hours of non-stop partying , and this year it will be no different with 26 DJs to keep you going.

On the bill is, of course, Rivera himself along with Joachim Garraud, Funkagenda, Antonie Clamaran, Alex Gaudino, Oscar G, Wally Lopez, Arno Cost & Norman Doray, Stonebridge, Thomas Gold, George Acosta, Bart B More, Riva Starr, Koen Groeneveld, Dero and many more.

Tickets are already on sale via wantickets.com for $60, which isn't a bad deal considering the packed lineup.

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