WMC 2010: Made Event Lineup So Far

It's baaa-aaaack.
​The floodgates for WMC party info have officially opened. Here's the line-up from Made Event, who return as always with megawatt parties, again all on the mainland (yay). Most of the individual talent isn't finalized yet, but the parties are branded pretty much the same as last year, save for a new one-off featuring Ferry Corsten. Of course, the final extravaganza is the two-day Sunday School for Degenerates party, which returns to the Ice Palace, but this year features Victor Calderone on the first day. Techno purists, don't freak out about this; the other headliner announced for that day right now is Adam Beyer.

Here's the line-up so far. We'll post more details for individual parties in future posts, so stay tuned. 

Thursday, March 25

Anjunabeats. Anjunabeats artists in room one, Anjunadeep 02 album launch party in room two. Karu & Y, 71 NW 14th St., Miami. 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Tickets cost $25 in advance. Ages 21+ with ID. 917-723-9381;

Friday, March 26

One Night Only: an AM Only event. Over 50 AM Only artists in one night. Karu & Y, 71 NW 14th St., Miami. 10 p.m. - ?? Tickets cost $35 in advance. Ages 21+ with ID. 917-723-9381;

Saturday, March 27

Ferry Corsten presents Once Upon a Night. With Ferry Corsten, Cosmic Gate, Solarstone, and Sied van Riel. Karu & Y, 71 NW 14th St., Miami. 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Tickets cost $30 in advance. Ages 21+ with ID. 917-723-9381;

Saturday, March 27 through Sunday, March 28

Sunday School for Degenerates. 
With Victor Calderone and Adam Beyer on March 27. Sunday all day sets by Adam Beyer, Adultnapper, Danny Howells, dOP (live), Ida Engberg, Lee Burridge, Mathias Kaden, Matthias Tanzmann, Mr. C, Paco Osuna, Sebastian Leger, Soul Clap, Steve Bug, Tom Middleton, Vincenzo, and more. Ice Palace, 59 NW 14th St. 10 p.m. Saturday night through 10 p.m. Sunday night. Tickets cost $45 in advance, are valid for 24 hours, and include unlimited re-entry. Ages 21+ with ID. 917-723-9381;

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