Your Art Basel Week Music and Club Itinerary for Tonight, Friday, December 4

You know what this means....
-5 p.m.: The inimitable Exene Cervenka of X performs music and spoken word from her solo album Somewhere Gone at the Pulse Art FairClick here for details.

-6:30 to 7 p.m.: OK Go performs again at Design Miami/Click here for full details. 

-7 p.m.: G. Love plays at the Fountain Art Fair - and admission is only $5! Click here for full details. 

-7 to 9 p.m.King Britt and Rucyl Mills present the second night of the Miami edition of their experimental Saturn Never Sleeps party, in the lobby of the GansevoortClick here for full details.

-9 p.m. - ?: Svedka Vodka and Giant Step present Kid Sister and Induce, poolside at the Delano. It's too late to RSVP but hey, all these parties are about BSing your way in anyways. Click here for details. 

-All night, but main performance by 12:30 a.m.: LastNightsParty takes over Louis, and French producer Danger spins. He'll be done in time for you to catch Justice's DJ set at Mansion. Click here for full details. 

-? Late night?: Former Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock performs solo, alongside local hip-hop/jazz experimentalists Hykcast Studios, poolside at WET at the W South Beach. Click here for details. 

-11 p.m. - late night: Justice DJs at Mansion. Click here for full details.

-11 p.m. - late night: Berlin DJ Radio Slave plays with local boy made good Lazaro Casanova, at Grass. Click here for details. 

-Late night: Aquabooty presents its annual Fuck Art, Let's Dance party, at Electric Pickle, featuring a headlining set by Osunlade. Click here for full details.

-Late night: Cucu Diamantes is among the many performers at the Box pop-up club at Nikki Beach, if you have major cash to blow to get in. Click here for details.

-Late night: 20th Anniversary Celebration for Max Fish! Endless Boogie and Jacuzzi Boys, plus a later surprise guest, play at the Max-Fish pop-up bar in the old PS14 space. Click here for full details.

-Late night: Le Baron pop-up bar at the Florida Room at the Delano. Click here for details.

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Arielle Castillo
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