Get wild 'n' out with Nick Cannon at ONO Nightclub during Orlando Music Week #ORLMusicWeek

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Although the parties only span a long weekend, this week has been dubbed Orlando Music Week by party planners Team Market Group, who are looking to add another element of intrigue for those heading out for Electric Daisy Carnival. Beginning Thursday, Nov. 5, through Sunday, Nov. 8, you can find special surprise events at Tier Nightclub and ONO Nightclub. Highlights include a DJ set by Nick Cannon (aka the dude who divorced Mariah Carey) and a mystery guest at their EDC after party that should raise eyebrows for festival attendees or skippers looking to find EDC's vibe in a less insane atmosphere (said no EDM fan ever, we know).

Here's how it breaks down: 



Thursday, Nov. 5
Crespo, Big Makk at ONO Nightclub
Danny Avila at Tier Nightclub

Friday, Nov. 6
Dubvision at Tier Nightclub



Saturday, Nov. 7
Nick Cannon (DJ set) at ONO Nightclub
EDC Official After Party at Tier Nightclub (with a mystery guest?!)

Sunday, Nov. 8
TWRK, Ricky Remedy at ONO Nightclub

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