MIAMI (CBS4)- From old time favorite night spots to brand spanking new dance clubs South Beach partiers are back  boogieing  in a big way.

At Amnesia, the newest club to hit the town, celebrity photographer Seth Browarnik was there to capture the action.

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“Opening night was packed. It’s a 2000 person club,” said Browarnik. “You had Taboo here from The Black Eyed Peas. He was the DJ. The biggest DJ’s in the world will be there.”

The official kick off event to mark the new season is the Make a Wish Ball, which is held every year at the Intercontinental Hotel. This year’s theme: Black and White Masquerade.

“They raised $1.2 million and Joan Jett rocked it out,” said Browarnik.

The auction emcee was Burn Notice’s Gabriel Anwar. At the event, a Ferrari was sold for $275,000. Baseball star Sammy Sosa and his wife Sonya were showing off their soon to be sixth child.

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Back on the beach at LIV at the Fontainebleau Kelly Osbourne, fresh from a Miami ER visit, was joined by other big name celebs.

Browarnik also snapped the new pop sensation “Foster The People” just before they hit the stage at LIV.

Down the hall at Scarpetta Chris Bosh and his wife dined in style.

Browarnik great night shots will soon bring him into the spotlight. He’s the featured photo artists at an Art Basel event called Art of Night–   where many of his best nightlife shots will be exhibited – including one with Karl Lagerfeld, and another with Jay Z.

“This will be a 50 photo exhibit featuring highlights of celebrities, like Jay Z., Karl Lagerfeld, Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan, Paris  Hilton,” Browarnik explained to CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo.

The Art of Night exhibit kicks off Wednesday, November 30th on the first night of Art Basel at the Shelbourne Hotel on South Beach.  The exhibit is open to the public and is free.

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Lisa Petrillo