Concerts

WMC 2010: Get Physical Party with M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell at Charcoal Studios, March 27

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M.A.N.D.Y.
As we reported back in January, this year's Get Physical party is scheduled to take place at Charcoal Studios on March 27 during Winter Music Conference. The only act we could confirm then was M.A.N.D.Y., but now we've been made aware of the full lineup of artists taking over the Wynwood warehouse.

DJ Hell, Heidi, DJ T, dOP (live), Lee Curtiss and more are all on board for the night, making this once again one of the must-attend parties of the week.

Tickets are currently on sale for $20, an early-bird special, via residentadvisor.net. After those sell out, general admission will be $25. If you wait until the day of the event, get ready to pay $40 at the door.

After the jump, the promo video for the event, which is, er, sponsored by the Champagne of Beers: Miller Genuine Draft (God, please let there be free beer at the event). Also, check out the latest M.A.N.D.Y. vs. Booka Shade track "Donut."




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