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Event Calendar


American Banned – Art Exhibit Reception

Macaya Gallery

Chor Boogie returns to Miami with his latest political, multimedia works featured in American Banned, an art exhibition at Wynwood’s Macaya Gallery.

Three renowned contemporary artists, Chor Boogie, Stuart Sheldon, and Ashley Reid, present uncompromising visual political and social commentary in American Banned. Essentially nonpartisan, the collective body of work provokes political discourse, spurs citizens to participate in the political process, and examines systemic violence, racism, and oppression. Chor Boogie, one of the world’s foremost masters of the spray paint medium, will premier a series of original paintings, prints, and multimedia works: In God We Trust.

Thursday, October 27 Opening Reception: Thursday, October 27, 2016; 6pm – 10pm Duration: October 27 – November 11, 2016


Creature Double Feature: Frankenstein and Blood for Dracula


PAMM + Secret Celluloid Society present:


BLOOD FOR DRACULA – 8:00 PM (Seaside)

General museum admission ($16 adults). Visitors in costume will receive free admission (no masks!)

Full bar / Concessions / Surprises

To purchase tickets: http://www.pamm.org/calendar/2016/10/creature-double-feature-frankenstein-and-blood-dracula


Nu Deco Ensemble ft. Bilal, music of Massive Attack

The Lightbox at Goldman Warehouse

After a ground-breaking first season, Nu Deco Ensemble returns for the launch of Season Two at Wynwood’s own Light Box at Goldman Warehouse. Miami’s 21st-century orchestra kicks it off with the music of classical powerhouses like Adam Schoenberg, William Brittelle, and Judd Greenstein, the world premiere of Sam Hyken’s  Massive Attack suite, plus they welcome legendary singer/songwriter Bilal as their special guest artist and collaborator for the celebration.



The Langford Hotel


The Langford Hotel is hosting the sixth installation of its monthly breakfast series, Disrupt Miami, on Friday, October 28 at 9AM. This month’s discussion will be centered around the development of Downtown Miami, and how the revitalization of the historic neighborhood is injecting new life into the 120-year-old urban city center. The panel will be moderated by Vice President of Education at HistoryMiami Museum, Tina Menendez, with several panelists participating in the discussion, including Daniel Peña, Luis Riquezes, Alexa Ferra, Joseph Quinones, and Jose Goyanes. Admission is complimentary. Kindly RSVP to rsvp@workshopcollective.com.



Fillmore Miami Beach

ALESSIA CARA brings her uniquely soulful sound to the intimate Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater Tuesday, October 28th, 2016 at 7:30PM.

There’s a new breed of pop star seizing hold of the world’s airwaves and online — more accurately, a conscious pop star who’s set to subversively top charts and sway hearts and minds. This enigma embodied is 18-year-old Canadian-Italian Alessia Cara, who’s riding the refrains of her ironic anthem, “Here” which garnered over 500,000 total streams in its first week, a resounding praise for its freshness and insight. Powerful stuff from a teenage voice; in fact, that’s powerful stuff from anyone who’s ever put pen to pad in name of art. And Alessia’s mature pen game is matched by her larger than life voice; she’s dazzlingly chameleon like, boasting the kind of versatility that makes Rihanna such a force. In short, Alessia has cause to be confident. But she’s still the bashful, small town girl even in the big city. “I want my music to be cool and reflective of my influences — Drake, Amy Winehouse, Ed Sheeran — but still new,” she explains. “I didn’t expect everything to feel so natural and organic. And I can’t believe how quickly it’s going.”  Alessia is equal parts fresh face, old soul, newcomer, and lifer. She’s going, quickly. Now it’s up to the rest of the world to catch up and catch on.



Olympia Theater at Gusman Center for the Performing Arts

ONE NIGHT ONLY at the historic Olympia Theater in Downtown Miami! The history of Bob Moses is as circuitous as the cool house music duo’s name.Members Jimmy Vallance and Tom Howie knew each other from the Vancouver high school they both attended.  They were drawn together thanks to a shared love of pop-punk bands. Adulthood found them both in Brooklyn, with Vallance recording Berlin-styled techno while Howie worked in the realm of the singer/songwriter. Both felt musically stuck and hungered for something new – a problem solved by the simple union of their styles, which created something cool and decidedly “post-club.”

Tickets and more information available here.


Nu Deco Ensemble ft. Bilal, music of Massive Attack

The Lightbox at Goldman Warehouse

After a ground-breaking first season, Nu Deco Ensemble returns for the launch of Season Two at Wynwood’s own Light Box at Goldman Warehouse. Miami’s 21st-century orchestra kicks it off with the music of classical powerhouses like Adam Schoenberg, William Brittelle, and Judd Greenstein, the world premiere of Sam Hyken’s  Massive Attack suite, plus they welcome legendary singer/songwriter Bilal as their special guest artist and collaborator for the celebration.


Nite of the Livin’ Shred II

Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern

No Wavve Booking & Showskii Records Present:

NITE OF THE LIVIN’ SHRED II, the sequel to their  Halloween party at BOOgie’s

Left-Handed Jacket who will be dropping their EP on this cursed evenin’, SunGhosts will be celebrating their 3rd anniversary of spook-tacularness and Viceroi will be playing too, delivering you some psych rock goodness…

This is a FREE show if you dare to enter… BOOgie’s is 21+ ONLY.


Hair Bands and Groupies

The Anderson Bar

The Anderson Presents: Hair Bands and Groupies, the ultimate 80’s Halloween dance party.

Whether you’re a Van Halen fan or a Guns N’ Roses groupie, the Anderson wants to see your best look. So tease that hair and make sure to put on that eyeliner because the best dressed rocker or groupie will win a bar tab of $100. Bartenders will be concocting special Halloween cocktails that will spook you to your core.

Event runs from 10 PM to 3 AM on Saturday, October 29. Free entry.


Shake-A-Leg Miami’s “Art of Sail” presented by Badia Spices

Shake-A-Leg Miami

Shake-A-Leg Miami (SALM), a nonprofit organization working with individuals in a marine environment who have physical, developmental and economic challenges, will be hosting its first annual event to celebrate 25 years of community involvement. SALM’s 25th Anniversary “Art of Sail” presented by Badia Spices, is a “nautical” event including art, fashion, music, design, and water. Sail thru the evening with Lasso The Moon catering, Bacardi cocktails, entertainment by French Horn Collective, DJ YSL and the Art of Sail exhibit curated by Dave McCauley with live-painting by renowned artist, Magdalena followed by a unique theatrical Fashion Show by designer Jens Werner, Musical score & Production by Cirilo Rodulfo and directed by Robert Lupone.



BB&T Center

Australian songstress Sia has announced her first tour in 5 years. Miguel and AlunaGeorge will open on The Nostalgic For The Present, and it stops at The BB&T Center on Saturday, October 29th. Tickets are available online.


Nu Deco Ensemble ft. Bilal, music of Massive Attack

The Lightbox at Goldman Warehouse

After a ground-breaking first season, Nu Deco Ensemble returns for the launch of Season Two at Wynwood’s own Light Box at Goldman Warehouse. Miami’s 21st-century orchestra kicks it off with the music of classical powerhouses like Adam Schoenberg, William Brittelle, and Judd Greenstein, the world premiere of Sam Hyken’s  Massive Attack suite, plus they welcome legendary singer/songwriter Bilal as their special guest artist and collaborator for the celebration.


Miami Paradise

MADE at the Citadel

Join us for the October edition of Miami Paradise. Come in your spookiest outfit and get a high 5! 

Mean Pugging X Ear Problems PRESENTS: Miami Paradise


MONTERREY https://soundcloud.com/monterreyofficial

Lautlos https://soundcloud.com/lautlosmusic

Native Youth https://soundcloud.com/nativeyouthmusic

Triangles https://soundcloud.com/triangless

Kaixen https://soundcloud.com/kaixen

Doors @ 9PM Vibes @ 10PM NO COVER // 18+

Limited capacity, so arrive early


Absolute Party Control: Disco Dracula

Gramps Bar

We’ve waited all year for this special occasion,

Bring your hockey masks, fangs, slutty nurse outfits, whatever makes you happy.

Be frightened, but be brave; We’ve dug up some jams for you that are killer.

While Lucifer will keeps you under control APC’s possessed DJ’s will be playing vinyl ’til death, Somewhere between the dancefloor and your grave, Dance your last dance and take your last breath. Your dead body starts to move at 10PM, it walks again at 3AM, feeling the pain, looking for bodies to devour viciously until dawn.

Only the devil herself can save you.


It’s the 90’s at Basement Miami

Basement Miami

Basement Miami is hosting a Halloween 90’s House Party on October 29 featuring beats by Stretch Armstrong and Derek Walin in club, and DJ Garcia in bowl. Doors open at 11 pm and guests can attend by paying $20 cover at the door. For table reservations email: Reservations@BasementMIAMI.com


The Hall & WeWork Presents Halloween Pawty Brunch

Campton Yard

The Hall, along with collaborative workspace provider, WeWork, is throwing the pawty of all pawties this Sunday, October 30, from 11AM until 3PM at The Hall’s backyard hangout, Campton Yard. Dress up your pup and head to the Halloween Pawty Brunch for Halloween-inspired bites and specialty hotdogs by celebrity chef, Spike Mendelsohn, as well as bark bites for your furry friends. Dog menu items include peanut butter and bacon cupcakes, chicaron snacks, meatloaf, breakfast in bed and doggybowls. Enjoy casual, al fresco vibes, and games while nursing your hangover with a beer or bloody mary and channeling your inner pageant mom or dad while cheering on your pup in the costume contest.



W Miami Presents Howl-O-Ween Yappy Hour

W Miami

Live it up with your pup at W Miami and watch them steal the scene on the “dog walk” in their best costume.   

Hosted by @REMIXTHEDOG with happy hour specials and complimentary dog treats.

Kindly RSVP to rsvp@workshopcollective.com



Fillmore Miami Beach

Swedish occult rockers GHOST have announced the “Popestar” U.S. headlining tour. Tickets for these dates will be available for purchase beginning Friday, June 17 at 10:00 a.m. local time. Tickets purchased for select shows will include a digital download of new music that will be made available the day their fall rituals begin. Check out Ghost-Official.com for participating dates and details.



Revolution Live

The Pretty Reckless are returning with their extraordinary third studio album Who You Selling For, due October 21st on Razor & Tie.

After topping the rock charts in 2014 and 2015, The Pretty Reckless returns with their extraordinary third studio album Who You Selling For, due October 21st on Razor & Tie. The new album is the band’s anticipated third studio album and the follow up to Going To Hell, which spawned the biggest rock song of 2014 in “Heaven Knows” and a total of three #1 Mainstream and Active Rock hits. The first single from the new album, “Take Me Down,” premiered worldwide July 15th on iHeart Radio and impacted at rock radio four days later on July 19th, quickly climbing to #7 on the chart. They come to town Thursday November 3rd, tickets available online.

The Final Miami Beach Wine & Dine

Matador Room

The final installation of the 2016 monthly Wine & Dine series will pair award-winning cuisine of the Matador Room with exclusive wines from Twomey Cellars by Silver Oak on Thursday, November 3, in  Jean-Georges’ iconic round oval dining room. Jeremy Ford, Top Chef winner and Executive Chef of Restaurants at The Miami Beach EDITION, will host the dinner with Twomey Cellars winemaker Erin Miller. The dinner will feature a customized five-course menu, following hors d’oeuvres at the Matador Bar welcome reception. Seating is limited to 35 guests, therefore guests are encouraged to reserve their spots in advance.



Revolution Live

LA indie soul revivalists FITZ & THE TANTRUMS return to South Florida! Tickets are $29.50 in advance, $32 day of show via http://www.jointherevolution.net/2016/11/fitz-tantrums/


The Pancakes & Booze Art Show

The Bar at 1306

Miami’s LARGEST Underground Art Show

November 4

$5 • 21+ • 8PM

-Over 55 emerging artists

-Live body painting

-FREE pancake bar

-Live audio performances








5th Annual Sandbox Series: MUJERES, new performances by Latina & Hispanic Women Presents: Supa’ Nova

Miami Theater Center, The Sandbox

One-woman show written and performed by Maria Corina Ramirez

A woman. An undocumented immigrant. With intergalactic superpowers. Watch this multi-media, one-woman show featuring a dance ensemble that follows Maria as she overcomes life’s challenges, and finds the courage to stand up and own her voice.

November 4 – 19, 2016

Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00pm



Other Body ‘Total Bust’ EP Release

Gramps Bar

Other Body & Friends invite you to join in the chant. $5 at the door. Nerve damage is guaranteed. Plan accordingly.

OTHER BODY performs TOTAL BUST – otherbody.bandcamp.com

SNAKEHOLE – snakehole666.bandcamp.com

IAN IACHIMOE – ianiachimoe.bandcamp.com

IN OCULUS – inoculusmia.bandcamp.com

TOTAL BUST is here: a seething, occasionally crestfallen, and ultimately cathartic freefall through this Miami noise rock outfit’s collective psyche. It is the sound of a wrecking ball demolishing what’s left of 2016, a very shitty year for everyone involved. Limited edition cassettes, CDs, and shirts will be available at Gramps courtesy of Quiet Mind Recordings and Mondo Bizarro. Shirts sell quick, so grip one while you still can.

See you at the rock show.

$5 | 9pm doors | 10pm punishment


Outside the Box: Transformations

YoungArts Campus

In celebration of YoungArts’ 35th anniversary, the “Transformations” series comprises five short films created by groups of alumni in various disciplines, and will culminate in a world premiere for the public on the YoungArts campus. The theme draws parallels between the organization’s growth and evolution since its founding in 1981, and the critical formative period YoungArts Winners experience from adolescence to adulthood. The program provides selected alumni an opportunity to collaborate, exchange ideas and create new work that reveals unique interdisciplinary connections—such as between dance and writing; voice and cinematic arts; jazz and photography; music and design; and visual art and theater.

Free with RSVP


Guy Fawkes Day

TATE'S Comics+Toy+Videos+More

Celebrate the failure of the devious “Gunpowder Plot” by Guy Fawkes, who on 5 November 1605 tried to blow up Parliament… you may also recognize it as “V” from “V for Vendetta”.

• Wear your Guy Fawkes mask and get 10% off your entire purchase all day!

• Draw the “lit fuse” and you’ll get a bonus 30% off any one item! One chance per person. per location.

• Join us at 1:05pm for a group photo in the parking lot out front of our Lauderhill main headquarters! Bonus special $urpri$e just after photo!

Guy Fawkes masks REQUIRED to participate!


Plastic Pinks EP “El Animal” Release Fest

Churchill's Pub

Plastic Pinks & Ghost Drag Records Presents:

Release Fest

Come and join Plastic Pinks as they celebrate the release of our EP “EL Animal” which will come out on Ghost Drag Records. Joining them will be some of the best bands FL has to offer including Sandratz, The Goddamn Hustle, Viceroi, Killmama, Peyote Coyote and many more. It will be one for the books as we start the celebration at 5pm with back 2 back performances at Churchill’s Pub.

Nov 5th / $8 / 18+


Average Joe Sunday Market

Yo Space

A lot can change over 4 years, especially here in the Magic City where things can be as fleeting as the summer showers. As we continue to evolve this platform to showcase local emerging artists’ talent, we’re going back to our roots, with an affordable artist market.We’re soft launching the reboot of the original format for our First Sunday programming this month, with a hand-picked selection of 5 artist vendors. You can catch the following artists selling affordable prints, originals and other goodies:-Jorge Rodriguez-WHUTAs a special treat we’re bringing in our longtime friend OIGO out to play some live music for you!In addition to the art work, we also have our N64 ready to timewarp you back to the good old days, ping pong table to challenge your friends, and a comedy show later in the evening hosted by Danny Benavente.

Of course there’s local craft beer refreshments to compliment the visual goodness.

Resident Artists: -Lorie Ofir -Casey Waterman -Cosby Hayes -Goodbrew Drafttech -Susan Del Conte

So come support some talented local artists, or just come for the ping pong, old school video games, and good conversation; either way you’re bound to have a nice, fun, relaxing day immersed in all things Miami.


Just the Tip event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/351533471846217/


Just The Tip Comedy Show

Yo Space

As the title suggests, the comics will be collecting tips throughout the show, so make sure to bring some cash and make it rain on them as they work hard for the money, so hard for the money. The other slight difference is that we’ll be doing more of a long format show. Comedians rarely have the chance in local rooms to hone their longer sets, akin to the comedy specials you see on TV. This new night will give more developed comics the chance to work on their material, preparing them for the big leap into the next stage of their careers.


 Host Danny Benavente always does a great job of handpicking a lineup of South Florida’s best talent!


Main Average Joe event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/723858521116186/


Rock for Standing Rock

Kreepy Tiki Bar & Lounge

By now most have heard about the Sioux resistance campaign against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The proceeds of this show will go directly to water protectors in North Dakota. All ages, $7.


Unity Rise

Honey Gum

Melodie Hawkes Band

Hunter Altschul

St James

Kat Merkins

Baked goods, zines etc will also be there for donation by Fort Lauderdale Food Not Bombs & co., proceeds will also go to the cause.


BassLine ft Niko Javan, Goldie Knocks, somejerk & rmoe

Kill Your Idol

BassLine Miami returns to Kill Your Idol Sunday, November 6th 2016.  Our very special guests for this edition Niko Javan and Scratch DJ Academy Miami alumni Goldie Knocks.

Residents somejerk, DJ Karakter and Disidente present bass music from every BPM from 8PM to 3AM.

As usual, BassLine is a FREE party. We kick off at 8PM with half off all drinks until 10PM and have $3 draft beer / $5 liquor specials all night long!

#BassLineMia / RSVP – http://bit.ly/BassLine06





Trash Talk

Churchill's Pub

Speedfreek & Breakeven Booking Present:

Tuesday, November 8th



Black Noise


Churchill’s Pub 5501 NE 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33137

Doors 8 PM / $15

Tickets: www.speedfreekevents.bigcartel.com


I’m Not Gonna Move to L.A.: Anything Goes Edition

O Cinema Wynwood

November 9th, FilmGate Miami invites you to attend our final N.O.L.A of 2016! In our Anything Goes Edition, we’ll be wrapping up the year with films of all genres and styles. 


Paolo Mugnani, SOLITUDE 


Mort Laitner, THE STAIRS 

Alfredo Domador, CUT

Santiago Garza, THE STYLE KIND 

Jonathan McMahon, FOUND

Paul-Vincent Alexander, FIST-FULL OF HEARTS

Kristopher Stoltz, REBIRTH




Revolution Live

Metallic spastic oddballs DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN have announced a tour in support of their final album Dissociation. Their chaotic live sets are truly insane and something that should be experienced at least once, and this may be your last chance. The tour stops at Revolution Live on November 9th. Tickets go on sale Friday August 26th.



Fillmore Miami Beach

FloriDadaians rejoice: Animal Collective have added another leg to their 2016 tour, and will play at The Fillmore on Nov 10th with special guest Actress. Tickets are available online.


Toots & The Maytals

Culture Room

Toots and the Maytals, originally called The Maytals, are a Jamaican musical group and one of the best known ska and rock steady vocal groups. The Maytals were formed in the early 1960s and were key figures in popularizing reggae music. Front man Toots Hibbert’s soulful vocal style has been compared to Otis Redding, and led him to be named one of the 100 Greatest Singers by Rolling Stone. Their 1968 single “Do the Reggay”, was the first song to first use the word “reggae”, naming the genre and introducing it to a global audience. (from Wikipedia)

Tickets available now on Ticketmaster, $25.00


7th Annual P.I.G. (Pork Is Good)

ToeJam BackLot

Celebrity Chef Jeremiah Bullfrog presents his seventh annual P.I.G. (Pork Is Good), an intimate celebration of all things pork, taking place Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 3pm-7pm at 150 Northwest 21st Street in Wynwood. For the event, Bullfrog and his cadre of 18 knife-slingers will show off their creativity and skill with Duroc heritage breed porcine from Creekstone Farms, along with craft beers and cocktails with spirits curated by Jen Massolo of The Liquid Projects. 

For six years running, Chef Jeremiah has brought together some of South Florida’s most exciting chefs, as well as a few stars from out of state, to showcase the power of the mighty pig, putting out tasty tid-bits such as chicharrónes, smoked pork butt bao buns, a porchetta-rolled whole pig, and bacon ice cream. For year seven, Jeremiah and his team are stepping it up with a star-studded lineup of  local and national chefs, including Dale Talde of Talde Miami Beach, Will Crandall of Izzy’s Fish & Oyster, Craig Deihl of Cypress Artisan Meat Share in Charleston, SC, Phuket Thongsodchaveondee (Cake) of Cake Thai, Gabriel Ask of Faena Hotel, Aaron Brooks of Edge Steak and Bar, Steve Santana of Taquiza, Brian Mullins of Ms. Cheezious, Babe Froman of Babe Froman Fine Sausages, Josh Gripper of The Dutch, Kyle Foster of  Julep in Denver, CO, Joe Sparatta & Lee Gregory of Southbound Richmond, VA, Mike Pirolo of Macchialina, Pat Rebholz of Swine, Southern Table & Bar Niven Patel of Ghee, Giselle Pinto of Sugar Yummy Mama, Malcom Prude of Macaroons by Malcom, and of course Jeremiah Bullfrog of gastropod. On the beverage front, Jeremiah has joined forces with Jen Massolo of The Liquid Projects who is hand-curating an incredible melding of craft beers and spirits, including the talented team behind Bar Lab and The Anderson to shake things up with cocktails created with sponsored spirits such as Belle Meade bourbon, Rhum J.M and St. George Spirits. Local mixologists Cricket Nelson and Jamie Evans will feature a Frosé gin cocktail from the official gin sponsor Rutte dutch gins. 

In addition to a mouthwatering selection of all-you-can-sample food and drinks, guests of all ages will groove to sounds of DJ Le Spam of Spam Allstars. 

P.I.G. (PORK IS GOOD) will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 3pm-7pm at 150 Northwest 21st Street in Wynwood. www.pigporkisgood.com Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at pigporkisgood.eventbrite.com 


Margate Under the Moon

Margate Under The Moon

A local business showcase, a unique art and crafts bazaar, FREE beer, DIY kid’s activities, 15 food trucks and fantastic indie rock and roll will fill the atmosphere at the corner of Margate Boulevard and 441 during the second annual Margate Under the Moon event series. Admission, parking and beer are free! The events take place on the second Saturday of the months August – November 2016 from 5PM to 10PM!



Churchill's Pub

Breakeven Booking Presents:

Deafheaven / Inter Arma / Other Body

Churchill’s Pub 5501 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33137

8 PM / 18+

Tickets: http://ttf.me/111216show



Revolution Live

Party-hearty death metal rockers Attila are coming to Revolution Live on November 15th. Tickets go on sale Friday Aug 5th.




Revolution Live

Even as they’ve been embraced by the mainstream, Tegan and Sara consciously operate to the left of popular culture – their lyrical and social wisdom comes from an outside vantage looking in. Paradoxically, the essential message that underpins their worldview and identity is inclusion.  Their latest effort, Love You To Death, featuring the first single “Boyfriend,” will be released this June.  Pre sales for the show begin on April 29th, and can be purchased online.



Fillmore Miami Beach

Renowned Electronic Pop Duo The Pet Shop Boys come to the intimate Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater Wednesday, November 16th, 2016 / 9PM.  Tickets go on sale Friday, May 13th at 10AM.


The Pet Shop Boys have sold more than 50 million records worldwide and are listed as the most successful duo in UK music history by The Guinness Book of Records.  Three-time Brit Award winners and six-time Grammy nominees, since 1985 they have achieved forty-two Top 30 singles and 22 Top 10 hits in the UK Singles Chart, including four UK number ones: “West End Girls” (also number one on the US Billboard Hot 100), “It’s a Sin”, an acclaimed cover of “Always on My Mind” and “Heart”. Other hit songs include a remake of “Go West”, “Opportunities (Let’s Make Lots of Money)” (satire of Thatcherism) and “What Have I Done to Deserve This?” in a duet with Dusty SpringfieldThe Pet Shop Boys have also received a Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.

General Admission tickets for The Pet Shop Boys, Wednesday, November 16th, 2016 / 9PM are $49.50 in advance and $55.00 day of show.  They go on sale Friday, May 13th / 10AM at LiveNation.com or charge by phone 800-745-3000 and at the Fillmore Box Office during normal business hours (Mon. – Fri., 11AM – 6PM and during show days). A limited number of Reserved Seat tickets are also available for $64.50.



Culture Room

Prog kingpin Steven Wilson is will be coming to The Culture Room on November 20th. Tickets available online.



Revolution Live

Jacksonville based quintet Yellowcard are calling it quits after the release of their new self-titled record and a final world tour. They come to Revolution Live on November 20th with Like Torches and Dryjacket. Tickets go on sale June 29th.



Revolution Live

British metalcore troupe ASKING ALEXANDRIA are coming to Revolution Live on November 21 with a whole slew of breakdowns and chugs. This massive bill also includes Born of Osiris, I See Stars, After the Burial, Upon a Burning Body and Bad Omens. Tickets go on sale Friday July 22nd.



Revolution Live

The “thinking person’s metal band” have returned! HELMET is back with their first new record in six years “Dead to the Word” and have announced a string of tour dates in the fall.

Joining the tour is equally unconventional band LOCAL H, a duo who grew tired of looking for the prefect bassist so their guitarist loaded his instrument with bass pickups instead.

The Dead to the World tour hits Revolution Live on Tuesday November 22nd.

Tickets go on sale Friday Sept 9th


Q & A, Nine Contemporary Cuban Artists


Q & A, Nine Contemporary Cuban Artists

November 30 – January 15, 2017 

The exhibition features the diverse work of nine contemporary Cuban artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, video and installation that centers on two fundamental questions the artists ask themselves when discussing their country and their work, ‘how do others see us?’ and ‘how do we see ourselves?’ Q & A offers a multifaceted critical vision of Cuba through the eyes of these young artists, who invite us to observe, reflect and engage in an open dialogue. Organized by curator and art critic Cristina Vives, the show includes works by Alexandre Arrechea, Alejandro Campins, Javier Castro, Humberto Diaz, Fidel Garcia, Alejandro Gonzalez, Lorena Gutierrez, Tony Labat and Fernando Rodriguez.


Sunkoo Yuh, Grafted Stories


Sunkoo Yuh, Grafted Stories November 30 – January 15, 2017 

MDC Museum of Art + Design is pleased to present Sunkoo Yuh, Grafted Stories, featuring large scale ceramic sculptures by the South Korean born artist Sunkoo Yuh, curated by Miami Gallerist Mindy Solomon.   

Sunkoo Yuh’s first museum solo exhibition in Miami will feature large scale ceramic sculptures, porcelain tiles and works on paper. Created over a twelve year period, the pieces interweave a tale of cultural integration, spiritual discovery, and creating order out of chaos. Yuh states: “The body of my work as an artist is to transform the images from my mind into tangible ceramic sculptures. The sculptures are sometimes monumental and then again sometimes small.  My ceramic sculpture express not only physical realities but psychological realities at the same time, the sculptures also reflect my relationship with people and life experience around me, encompassing front and back, inside and outside, present and past memories”. 

Yuh’s work is a reflection of the ongoing dialog he has with his day to day life. A cast of characters inform each sculpture and drawing- forming a bridge between his imagined reality and the travails he experiences as a bi-cultural citizen and artist. In essence the work is the “residue” of his attempts at securing a sense of permanency in a fluid world.

Pinta Logo 10th Edition FINAL

PINTA Miami – 10th Edition Crossing Cultures

Mana Wynwood

PINTA Miami is gearing up for its 10th anniversary celebration, which will take place from November 30 to December 4, 2016 at MANA Wynwood, located in the heart of the Miami Arts District. This edition will be the pinnacle of ten years that have left a mark on the world of modern and contemporary art from Latin America. In order to further our mission, PINTA Miami’s curatorial committee has expanded its project to include galleries from around the globe while maintaining a conceptual dialogue across all cultures, connecting Latin America to the rest of the world. 


Superfine! The Fairest Fair


SUPERFINE! THE FAIREST FAIR (www.superfine.world)

ADMISSION: Day Pass: $7.77 // All-Access Pass: $33.33

Superfine! is the continued evolution of the art world. We believe that inspired original artwork is for everyone, not just a select few. Our art fairs and programming are designed to engage, excite, and delight. The spaces that we build are a complement to the creativity they showcase, and channel the same dynamic energy of the artists and artrepreneurs that make up our lifeblood. Our values are rooted in providing a fair and challenging counter to the typical white box space–one wherein exhibitors thrive and collectors gain access to the freshest original artwork on the planet. We encourage and welcome new collectors, and provide a refreshing alternative for established ones. We like to think that Superfine! puts the “fair” back in art fair by displaying only the strongest artwork by the most passionate living artists while also offering exhibition space as affordably as possible. In this way, we are able to cultivate an environment where both collectors and exhibitors are getting the best deal possible.


The 4th Annual VIVE Block Party Is Back!

The 4th Annual VIVE Block Party Is Back!

Marly Christalon’s VIVE Block Party is going into its fourth year of highlighting the underground art scene in Miami. VIVE is all about freedom, expression and passion. This isn’t just an art event, it is a safe haven for the creative minds to let go and be everything that they are. VIVE Block Party strives to make attendees feel like family and bond with others with the same vision. Up and coming artists such as Denzel Curry (who now graces the cover of XXL’s Freshmen Class of 2016), Brisco, OG Maco, Twelve’Len, The Step Sisters and more, have graced the show’s stage and brought crowds out by the masses. Last year, VIVE2K15 was nothing short of amazing. From live tattoos and poetry during the showcase to performing artists and visual creators hypnotizing the audience with their craft was something not only for the community but for the books and we hope to keep the momentum going for VIVE2K16. We are currently looking for new talent so if you’re a singer, rapper, poet, visual artist and more, go to viveblockparty.com/submit/ to find out how to grace the VIVE2K16 stage!

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MS. LAURYN HILL The MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! Concert Series

Fillmore Miami Beach

Ms. Lauryn Hill has announced additional dates for The MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! Concert Series. The tour, presented by Ms. Hill, in association with Live Nation and global music and entertainment platform, Tidal, will come to intimate Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater Friday, December 9th, 2016 / 8:30PM.

The concert series will bring aspects of the inaugural Diaspora Calling! Festival to the road. Each show will feature performances by artists from different parts of the African diaspora.  Additional guest performers, as well as the full lineup for each show, to be announced in the coming weeks. Full tour schedule listed below.

Tickets go on sale starting on Friday, October 21st / 10AM.


Amanda Fucking Palmer

Amanda Fucking Palmer

A Night with Amanda Palmer (DRESDEN DOLLS), Jason Webley, & Jherek Bischoff.

Sun. Dec 11th @ Culture Room

Tickets on Sale now on TicketMaster: $25.00



Revolution Live

Melodic post-grunge outfit Pop Evil formed in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  The band developed a sound and performance style that took cues from the likes of Kiss, Soundgarden, and Pearl Jam that aptly put them right in line with popular modern rock acts such as Crossfade, Shinedown, and Puddle of Mudd. The band released its debut independent album, War of the Roses before signing with Universal/Republic imprint Pazzo, who reissued their sophomore LP Lipstick on the Mirror. The album featured three singles that hit Billboard’s Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, including the Top Ten “100 in a 55.” The band enjoyed greater success with the E1 label, beginning with War of Angels and Onyx, both of which peaked around number 40 on the Billboard 200. Up, their fifth album was considered to be their best release yet.

with special guests Red Rising Sun Badflower


Jam Cruise 2017 Pre Cruise Jam feat: moe.

Revolution Live

Prog rock kings moe. kick off the Jam Cruise 2017 with a pre cruise jam at Revolution Live on January 19th. Tickets go on sale at livenation.com on May 3rd.



Revolution Live

Philadelphia’s Circa Survive was formed by former Saosin vocalist Anthony Green with guitarist Colin Frangicetto — both of them veterans of the local emo and hardcore scenes looking to indulge in the rule-breaking freedom of the neo-progressive movement of the mid-2000s. Circa Survive recorded an album, Juturna (named after a Roman goddess), for Equal Vision Records in 2005. Lots of touring followed, including Warped Tour dates, and the album steadily sold an impressive 100,000 copies.  A spot at the 2007 Coachella Festival paved the way for the late May release of Circa Survive’s follow-up, On Letting Go, which cracked the Top 40 of the Billboard Top 200. The band eventually left Equal Vision to sign with Atlantic, and in 2010 released its third album, Blue Sky Noise, which eschewed many of the hardcore elements of records past in favor of a more melodic, indie rock approach. (No surprise that the album charted quite high, almost making the Top Ten.) The band’s fourth long-player, the self-released Violent Waves, arrived in 2012 and debuted at the number 15 slot on the album charts. After its release, Circa Survive signed to Sumerian, which reissued a deluxe edition of Violent Waves and then released the band’s fifth album, Descensus, in November 2014. Touring in 2015 and 16 celebrated the Tenth Anniversary of their first album Juturna.



Lucinda Williams

Parker Playhouse

Named “America’s Best Songwriter” by Time magazine, Lucinda Williams paints a musical landscape of soul-fusing rock, blues, country and Americana into her own distinctive style. From “Sweet Old World” and “Passionate Kisses” to “Drunken Angel” and “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road,” her songs leave no emotional crevice left unexplored. With a string of critically acclaimed albums and a reputation as a formidable songwriter, Lucinda Williams continues to impress with her latest album, The Ghosts of Highway 20.

Tickets on Sale now: $27.50-$47.50 Available here.

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    Tuesday, 10/25: Emerge Miami Meeting, 7-8pm

    Wednesday, 10/26 at O Cinema Wynwood: Sweat + O Cinema's Music Movie Series continues with a special screening of the acclaimed new documentary OASIS: SUPERSONIC, "an essential look at the meteoric rise of seminal 90s rock ban Oasis, immersing us in the raucous rock stars’ fast-paced world of electrifying music, wild debauchery, and epic fraternal feuding." Tickets are available now at o-cinema.org

    Tuesday, 11/1: Emerge Miami Meeting, 7-8pm