There's a music festival called III Joints, and it's headlined by Earl Sweatshirt

The 4/20 party happens at Miami's Lemon City Studios.

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Is the III Points festival just not...herbal enough for you? Then take a hit of this.

III Points organizers have announced the 2018 edition of its offshoot III Joints shindig, and the party — set for April 20 at Miami's Lemon City Studios — will be headlined by ex-Odd Future weirdo and kush enthusiast Earl Sweatshirt. Pretty cool considering Sweatshirt's last album, 2015's release was titled I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside.

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RZA's live score for classic kung-fu film The 36th Chamber of Shaolin is also on the platter along with Chicago's DJ Earl, NYC's Suzi Analogue, Maic City production duo Paperwater, another Miami producer Nick León plus Will Buck, Richie Hell, Yazmine, Cricket, Space Invaders Soundsystem, Ynot, True Vine, Gami, Get Face and a BRB set featuring Poorgrrrl and Byrdipop.

The party goes from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m., so take a power nap, find $25 for a ticket and go on. More info via II Points.

II Joints w/Earl Sweatshirt/RZA's The 36th Chamber of Shaolin score/DJ Earl/Paperwater/Suzi Analogue/more
Fri, April 20. 4 p.m. $25.
Lemon City Studios, 261 NE 73rd St., Miami;
More info: iiipoints.com

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