We invite you to come indulge and experience Miami’s 1st Green Beauty Night Out! The one night event will include an incredible evening of green shopping, sampling, skincare consultations, mini-spa treatments, mini-manicures, eyebrow touch-ups, beauty bar, delicious cocktails and more.
Sweat Records + O Cinema’s Music Movie Series continues with the exclusive Miami screening of NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC!
Tickets are $12 in advance and going FAST so don’t sleep on it!
Returning to his childhood home in Queensbridge, Nas shares stories of his upbringing, his influences – from the music of his jazz musician father Olu Dara to the burgeoning hip-hop scene in New York City – and the obstacles he faced before his major label signing at age 20. Featuring interviews with his ‘Illmatic’ producers (Large Professor, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, L.E.S., and DJ Premier) and musical peers (including Pharrell Williams and Alicia Keys), NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC is a thrilling account of Nas’s evolution from a young street poet to a visionary MC.
“[A] brisk, stylish and extremely heartfelt portrait of Nas’ rise from the housing projects of Queensbridge to the heights of hip-hop royalty.”
“Time Is Illmatic is comprehensive, even wisely holistic…”
– THE PLAYLIST
“The depth of information present in Time Is Illmatic is one of its best aspects, and director One9 and screenwriter Erik Parker manage to blend the majority of it together quite seamlessly.”
– FILM SCHOOL REJECTS
“The doc avoids the prefab feel of many similarly targeted music films, instead offering a strong sense of the neighborhood that served as both a rallying cry for musicians who grew up there and a constant threat to their lives.”
– HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“It aims small and never veers off-task. Whether or not you dig the album, the documentary offers a number of reasons to appreciate its ongoing legacy, with sufficient production values to hold the tribute together.”
This fun but detailed Social Media/ Marketing workshop will cover everything you need to to know about how to create a social media and marketing campaign and promote yourself as a freelance content creator – your skills, your film, your business or your product. Join Author & Entrepreneur Pedro Sostre and Marketing Pro Andrea Mendoza in this interactive workshop, as they provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to grow your business or promote your personal brand through an effective social media strategy.
Stitch Rock is South Florida’s largest annual indie craft fair & bazaar bringing back old school crafting techniques with new school flare! With over 80 vendors the show is full of uncommon handmade goods like D.I.Y fashion, funky home deco items, adorable plushies, natural bath & body goodies, vintage finds, hot rod paintings, pin up photography, & much more!
Free swag bag for the first 100 people!
Door prizes, food, sweets & drinks
Simon Green, AKA Bonobo, is an artist very much at the peak of his powers. His 2013 album ‘The North Borders’ was the high watermark of his career to date: a masterful record, marrying Green’s inimitable melodic genius to cutting edge electronics, bass and drums.
An artist that constantly pushes himself outside of his musical comfort zone, Bonobo’s ranging personal tastes and regularly expanding range of synthesizers and instruments continue to take his productions to new levels. This outlook has earned him a reputation as one of the most pioneering figures in electronic music, in both his solo DJ sets and 12-piece live band shows.
Kastle’s forward-thinking music results from his long-time love of hip-hop and R&B, fused with the magnetizing effect that dubstep, garage and bass-heavy music has had on him. Last year, his track “Stay Forever” from the eponymous EP reached the iTunes Top 10 Best Electronic Songs of 2012, and he embarked on his highly successful ‘Stay Forever’ tour across North America, and into Australia and NewZealand.
Get ready for an audiovisual extravaganza courteous of The Australian Pink Floyd Show. Featuring a million dollar light show, multiple inflatables and stunning laser effects, all coupled with note perfect renditions of Pink Floyd’s biggest hits. This show already seen by 4 million people is simply the best.
Breast cancer is manageable and preventable. The key is early detection. However, studies have shown that minority women in Miami-Dade are less likely to seek preventative breast health care.
The Mammography Art Initiative (MAI) was established at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at FIU in 2011 to address the need for better access to affordable breast health services and breast health education for underserved women in Miami. Through the fundraising efforts of the previous two years’ art shows, we have been able to raise over $50,000 in funds and services to sponsor mammograms and follow up care for hundreds of women all over Miami-Dade County.
The MAI has been inundated with support from local artist and the healthcare community. We are continually expanding our program and hope to close this health disparity gap in the near future.
The Vibrators were part of the first wave of punk music in 70’s UK and have remained a heavy influence on modern punk rock. Stiff Little Fingers got their name from a Vibrators song and they have been covered by such bands as The Exploited
Foster The People continue to tour the world in support of their sophomore album Supermodel and have added additional U.S. tour dates this fall, crossing the country with stops in major cities including two nights in New York City and a stop at Los Angeles’ famed Shrine Auditorium. They come to the intimate Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theatre on Thursday, October 16th / 8PM.
Date for this event is two nights. October 17 – 18. Come join us as we gathered for this 2nd annual of the Black kvlt fest 2014. This time we support USBM and giving you a better, bigger underground black metal fest that Black kvlt production has to offer. We will have 20 bands. Each 10 bands on both nights with 2 stages inside and out of Churchills pub. Come be part …as we make black metal history again in Miami, FL.
This year Featuring headline: Thy Antichrist (Colombia/Texas) & Vesterian (California)
plus many more. 18+
Additional Acts for Friday, October 17, 2014
Emerge Miami co-presents an evening of nerdy fun (every other month on the third Tuesday). We’ve amassed a huge pile of all sorts of games for all to play including Scrabble, Boggle, Jenga, Apples to Apples, Chess, Trivial Pursuit and more. Show off your skills! Make new friends!
“A Spooky Symphony”, featuring the most beautiful scary music you’ve ever heard by The Greater Miami Youth Symphony and the Alhambra Orchestra, is a free Halloween family concert with thrilling excerpts from Pirates of the Caribbean, Lord of the Rings and Scheherazade, plus fantastic orchestral blockbusters by the composer of Peter and the Wolf and his contemporaries. Additional concert highlights include a multimedia presentation. Kids are encouraged to dress in their best Halloween costumes to enhance the supernatural experience.
The program will be conducted by Huifang Chen and Zoe Zeniodi, and is presented by The Children’s Trust.
Free admission and open seating. No tickets are required, but large groups should call in advance. Parking for $5 in College Station Garage, 190 NE 3rd St. (corner of NE 2ndAve). For more information, please call 305-667-4069.
Besides being at the forefront of the electro-trap music movement, Brooklyn-based producer BAAUER made headlines when his track “Harlem Shake” became the first viral sensation to debut on top of the Billboard charts thanks to calculating YouTube plays. Harry Rodrigues took the name Baauer to brand his electro-trap tracks, which combined crunk hip-hop beats, dance music tempos, and clever samples off video-sharing sites
Alex Ridha – better known to the world as BOYS NOIZE – has been making electronic music and working as a DJ for over half of his life. He established himself as one of the world’s preeminent wizards behind the decks, having played the world’s biggest stages alongside the biggest names in dance music. His sets are equally uplifting, not only technically but also as a showman, leaving unforgettable experiences for the witnesses.
Doors at 8pm, all ages.
General Admission tickets for Baauer and Boys Noize are $28.50 in advance and $32.00 day of show. They go on sale Friday, August 1st /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).
The Fall Dance Celebration showcases the talents of both the High School and College Dance division and shows the wide-ranging skills of these talented young dancers. The performance will feature Robert Battle’s powerful work, Rush Hour, the new contemporary work by Darshan Singh Bhuller, 1914, an excerpt from the lyrical ballet work Nosotros, by Lara Murphy, set to the music of Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona; and a lively and exuberant new hip-hop work by Kehynde Hill, Bear No Witness, among other works.
November 14, 15; 7:30 PM
Film legend Isabella Rossellini brings her “Green Porno” series to life on stage at the Fillmore Miami Beach. The critically-acclaimed series explores the mating rituals and sexual behavior of animals, insects, and other creatures.®
Tickets are $48.50-108.50 and are available here. Top tier includes meet-and-greet with Isabella after the show.
Caribou, aka Dan Snaith, has announced the follow up LP to 2010’s Swim. It’s called Our Love, and it’s out October 7 via Merge. It features collaborations with Jessy Lanza and Owen Pallett, the latter of whom Snaith recently collaborated with under his Daphni moniker. He’s also shared the audio for “Can’t Do Without You” on his Soundcloud. Additionally, Caribou will begin a world tour later this month. Lanza will support on the Miami date.
Explore the longest running map fair in the United States and celebrate 75 Years of HistoryMiami! Discover, peruse and purchase antique maps, rare books, panoramas and atlases from some of the finest map dealers in the world. Learn about cartography through a series of lectures by experts in the field like Jacqueline V. Nolan, Richard H. Brown and William B. Ginsberg and enjoy special events held throughout the weekend. Learn about the future of cartography with interactive, geospatial GIS demonstrations presented by the Maps & Imagery User Services at the GIS-RS Center of Florida International University. Fair sponsors include BrandsMart U.S.A., Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, and Florida International University.
Daily admission to the fair is $15 for members, $20 for non-members, and $10 for university students with ID. Includes admission to Dealers Marketplace, expert opinion, lectures, and GIS demonstrations. Weekend admission to the fair is $65 for HistoryMiami members and $75 for non-members and includes daily admission to the Dealers Marketplace, expert opinion, Private VIP Preview & receptions, lunch each day, lectures, GIS demonstrations and private tour of the HistoryMIami Archives & Research Center. Optional historic city tours, cocktails and dinner are available to weekend registrants.