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Tonight: Will.i.am DJs At Axis/Radius

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If you're of those cats who's more into apl.de.ap and Miss Fergalicious than The Edge and Mr. "Save the World," make plans to be at Axis/Radius in Scottsdale after leaving Westgate, as will.i.am will be headline the official after-party with what's sure to be a killer DJ set. (Who knows, maybe he'll even bust out with some of that new-fangled hologram technology during the gig).

The other members of the Black Eyed Peas will reportedly be at the Scottsdale club as well, but we're guessing they'll be spending most of their time in the VIP section rather than kicking it with the commoners.

Doors open at 9 p.m. (with DJs LTJ and J. Alan opening things up) and will.i.am is supposedly going on around midnight.

Tickets (which run $17 for general admission, $32 for VIP access) can be found here.

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