WMC 2010: MN2S 15th Anniversary Party with Martin Solveig, Armand Van Helden at Klutch, March 26

Armand Van Helden
​British house music label and booking agency Milk'n'2 Sugars has been contributing to the dance music scene for 15 years. So it's only fitting that they celebrate the milestone during the biggest gathering devoted to electronic music, Winter Music Conference.

The agency will take over Klutch nightclub (136 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach), located in the former Opium Garden/Prive space, on March 26. The party will take over all four areas of the venue, but the most exciting thing is the all-star line up. Confirmed so far are Martin Solveig, Armand Van Helden, Alex Gaudino, Tom Novy, Kurd Maverick, Funkerman, Joe T. Vannelli, Laurent Wolf, Bart B More, Bingo Players, Bodyrox, Ian Carey, Ron Carroll, Jon Cutler, Jamie Lewis, DJ Le Roi, Antoine Clamaran, Alix Alvarez, Halo, Johnny Fiasco, DJ Dan, DJ Paulette, Robert Owens, Sofia Rubina, Chappell, Reelsoul, Groove Assassin, Brian Tappert, Jon Julius Knight, Amelie and DZeta N Basile.

Though we have to say we are little confused about ticket pricing. According to, tickets are on sale for $30, but through the MN2S website, you can sign up to get on the guestlist for free. We suggest to choose your own adventure, but remember nothing during WMC is a guarantee.

Don't know what to expect? After the jump, Armand Van Helden's video for "Touch Your Toes" featuring Fat Joe and BL just give you a little taste.

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