Amon Tobin and Twista due on New Year's Eve at City Hall and Vinyl. Early bird tix available

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We just received word on the lineup for New Year's Eve at City Hall and Club Vinyl. With everything else going on for the post-Mayan end-of-year celebration, the folks at SoCo have put together an enticing lineup this year that will one-up their New Year's Eve parties in past years, which included acts like EOTO, Dieselboy, Slick Rick and Too $hort. Keep reading to find out who's playing where and to get links to exclusive early-bird discounts for the first one hundred people.

See also: - STS9 and String Cheese, NYE 2012 runs - Decadence (Wolfgang Gartner, Krewella, Zeds Dead and more), NYE 2012

On the heels of his appearance at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House this past September, Amon Tobin will be bringing his mind-blowing production to City Hall on Monday, December 31. Tobin will playing into 2013 after Android Jones, who will also be providing the visual spectacle for the night. Amon Tobin is no stranger to awe-inspiring visuals, but he will leave behind his massive Qbert-esque stage to allow room for the talented Jones to work his projector mapping magic. Click here to get the early-bird $35 tickets for this spectacle, which will also add some amazing local talent (we heard rumors, but nothing confirmed).

Club Vinyl, meanwhile, will be hosting Twista, and you can get $20 early-bird tickets to see the wicked wordsmith himself right here. That price is well worth it, and you should jump on it asap, because it's good only for the first one hundred people. After that, tickets jump up in price, so be the first to get a deal on what would normally be the door price for a Friday night. VIP tables are available through the SOCO website, so call for details.

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