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Max Vangeli at LIV, December 26

Totally contradicting Western civilization's standard calendar, New Year's Eve now lasts a lot longer than just one night. Especially on Miami Beach.

Predictably, this totally irresponsible, extralong, end-of-year celebration will begin with Max Vangeli and AN21's pre-2012 bash at the Fontainebleau's glossiest nightclub, LIV. But not-so-predictably, your general-admission ticket's only gonna cost $40 (or the equivalent of a couple watery mojitos in the hotel's lobby bar), a serious deal during New Year's week when $100,000 barely buys a table, a bunch of bottles, and a bit of face time with your favorite celeb.

That's right, these junior Mafia men — Vangeli is signed to SIZE Records, the label run by Swedish House Mafia's Steve Angello, while AN21 (AKA Antoine Josefsson) is Angello's baby bro — don't want to shake you down. They just wanna party like it's five days till 2012. Of course, you still won't sleep. You'll definitely puke. But at least you won't go bankrupt. Yet.

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Max Vangeli and AN21
11 p.m. Monday, December 26, at LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Tickets cost $40 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-674-4680, or visit livnightclub.com.

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