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Your Art Basel Week Music and Club Itinerary For Tonight, Wednesday, December 2

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As the week wears on, every morning we'll post our recommendations for the best public music-related and club events taking place during Art Basel Miami Beach.


Wednesday, December 2

-6:30 to 7 p.m.: OK Go performs at Design Miami/. Click here for full details. 

-8 to 10 p.m.: Blueprint for Space opening reception, with Dr. Dre in attendance, at Art Center South Florida. Click here for more details.

-8 p.m. to 12 a.m.: Dark Knight of the Soul (David Lynch/Dangermouse/Sparklehorse collaboration) opening at OHWOW. Click here for full details. 

-10 to 11 p.m.: "Art Loves Music" concert featuring Amanda Blank and Ebony Bones, at Collins Park (the beach between 21st and 22nd Streets). Click here for more details.

-10 p.m. onward: Blueprint for Space/Primary Flight afterparty at the Shore Club with DJ sets by Dr. Dre, Shepard Fairey, Ebony Bones, and more. Click here for full details. 

-10 p.m. onward: the Darth Stewie balloon-unveiling party at the Vagabond with DJ sets by Ladytron, Hollywood Holt, and FIGO. Click here for full details. 

-Late night: Amanda Blank performs again at LIV; Devlin and Darko and the Misshapes are among the many DJs. Click here for full details. 

-Late night: IUD and Silk Flowers at the Max-Fish pop-up bar in the old PS14 space. Click here for full details.

-Late night: Le Baron pop-up bar at the Florida Room at the Delano. Click here for full details.

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