Music Festivals

WMC 2010: James Zabiela, Steve Angello at Beatport Beach Party March 26-28

James Zabiela taking over the sands of South Beach.
​Here we almost thought online music store Beatport was going to entirely pull out of this year's Winter Music Conference, but it seems at the last minute they've managed to put something together. Definitely on the smaller scale than last year, Beatport has announced its having a beach party taking over the sands behind the Gansevoort South Hotel (2377 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach).

Spread over three days, the event will feature sets by Roger Sanchez, M.A.N.D.Y., James Zabiela, LA Riots, DJ Hell, Steve Angello, and Wolfgang Gartner.

Killer line up aside, the best news is that the event is completely free. That's right, starting Friday, March 26, from noon to 9 p.m., you can just walk right up and enjoy the party as long as your over 21.

After the jump, check out the entire lineup for the party.

Friday March 26
AC Slater vs. Jack Beats, 
Bad Boy Bill, 
Bingo Players, 
Craze vs. Klever, 
DJ Dan, 
Roger Sanchez

Saturday March 27

DJ Chuckie (Dirty Dutch), 
James Zabiela, 
Kim Fai, 
Mark Knight, 
M.A.N.D.Y., Next Generation DJ Winner - Maya Vanya, 
L.A. Riots, 
Sidney Samson (Dirty Dutch), 
Shermanology (Dirty Dutch)

Sunday March 28
Christian Prommer, 
DJ Hell, 
Peter Kruder, 
Sebastian Ingrosso, 
Steve Angello, 
Trent Cantrelle, 
Wolfgang Gartner

More artists to be announced.

Visual Art by

VJ Culture, 
VJ Fader, 
VJ Mikkel, 
VJ Tek, 
NYE Bee Pirate, 

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