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November 16, 2018 1 min read

Art Basel Miami 2018 is coming up quick and promises to be yet another epic year of extravagant art and lavish parties. Every December, incredible artists, curators and brands from around the world travel to Miami to witness the eclectic and colorful synergy art brings to the Magic City. Aside from the amazing exhibitions and installations, the city turns up another level with the most extravagant and illusive parties. With that in mind, we thought it would be good on us to let you in on where to be and where to go for that magical week in December. Here's a list of our top picks: 

What: SCOPE Miami Beach 2018 - VIP Preview 
When:
12.4
Where:
Miami Beach
Tickets: 
Now Available
Contact: TBA

What: Dujour’s Annual Kick-Off Event with DJ Khaled
When: 12.5
Where:Private Location
Tickets:Invite-Only
Contact: TBA

What: Maxim December Miami Issue Party
When: 12.7
Where:Private Location
Tickets: Invite-Only
Contact: TBA

What: What Goes Around Comes Around 25 Year Anniversary Party 
When: 12.7
Where:Versace Mansion
Tickets: Invitation-Only 
Contact: TBA

 


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