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THURSDAY, JULY 19
VOLTAIRE: The Funktion ft Reclaim Brass Band hosted by Public Sounds

ROBOT BREWING CO: Citizen Badger, Mona Lisa Tribe, Humble Waters
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic Night

FRIDAY, JULY 20
VOLTAIRE: Glam Bam Burlesque

CWS: Bonn E Maiy, Marijah & the Reggae All Stars
STACHE: Tasty Vibrations
ROBOT BREWING CO: Sonali, Phase 1, Jessica Morale
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Summer Gill

SATURDAY, JULY 21
VOLTAIRE: Jazz Sushi Sessions ft Jesse Ricca Project followed by Viviana Toscanini, Rita Valenti, Michael Mayo

SEMINOLE HARD ROCK: Steve Miller Band, Peter Frampton
O’MALLEY’S: I Set My Friends On Fire
ROBOT BREWING CO: Robot Comedy Night with Mike Herlihy
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Spider Cherry

SUNDAY, JULY 22
VOLTAIRE: Midnite Johnny
CWS
: Tasty Vibrations
KELSEY THEATER: Casey James

MONDAY, JULY 23
O’MALLEY’S: The Faceless, Lorna Shore and more

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25
THE FILLMORE MIAMI: Glass Animals, Knox Fortune

THURSDAY, JULY 26
VOLTAIRE: SWEET SWEET 6 hosted by Josh Miles followed by Johan Danno, Souljam, Desse

ROBOT BREWING CO: SKB
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic

FRIDAY, JULY 27
VOLTAIRE: Indigo Dreamers, Mona Lisa Tribe, Ella Herrera

THE FILLMORE MIAMI: Janelle Monae
CWS:
Bobby Lee Rodgers
ROBOT BREWING CO: Spiral Light, Tribute to the Grateful Dead
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Eve & Papero

SATURDAY, JULY 28
VOLTAIRE: Jazz Sushi Sessions ft Markis Hernandez 3 followed by One Night in Havana w. DJ Lance Desrouleaux, DJ Chino Dread Lion
CWS:
Spred the Dub
ROBOT BREWING CO: Del Pelson, Toledo
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: RoXout

SUNDAY, JULY 29
HARD ROCK: KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND
VOLTAIRE: JM & the Sweets

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1
DADA: Adonis & Casey of Guavatron Duo
KILL YOUR IDOL: Chris Rod Trio
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Basement Presents
SUBCULTURE DELRAY:
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Think N Drink Triva

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2
VOLTAIRE: Church of Dub w Kelly Blanx
DADA: We Are Monty
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Relative Claws
O’MALLEY’S: Powerglove
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Board Game Night
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3
VOLTAIRE: TBA
DADA: Matthew Joy
KILL YOUR IDOL: Bassline Miami
RESPECTABLE STREET: Yardij, Drive Drive, Embers Dawn, Supergold
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Del Pelson

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4
VOLTAIRE: Champagne Superchillin’, Donzii, Michael Mayo, Val Verra
DADA: Florida Euphoria
HULLABALOO: Markis Hernandez Trio
KILL YOUR IDOL: Immersed Music
RESPECTABLE STREET: Red Light Motel
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Johan Danno & The Love
KELSEY THEATER: Kiss Alive

VOLTAIRE: Steel Brothers w Kilmo
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sundays
RESPECTABLE STREET: Emo Night Brooklyn
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. Kevin Goff
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Nite Box

MONDAY, AUGUST 6
DADA: Open Mic
HULLABALOO: Firemost Jazz Duo
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Game Night

TUESDAY, AUGUST 7
DADA: Spoken Word Poetry
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
KISMET VINTAGE LIVE: Carla Cabello

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8
DADA: Hugh McGowan
KILL YOUR IDOL: Roja
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Think N Drink Trivia

THURSDAY, AUGUST 9
VOLTAIRE: Row Jamah
DADA: Big Chief
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Board Game Night
KISMET VINTAGE: Radio Kismet 9-10
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10
VOLTAIRE: Millionyoung, Sreeym Hctim, Lindsey Mills, Popparazzi
DADA: Citizen Badger
KILL YOUR IDOL: Notorious Nastie Presents
KELSEY THEATER: Acoustic Soul

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11
VOLTAIRE: Jazz Sushi Sessions ft Nathan Skinner Trio followed by Black Tantra, Michael Mayo

THE FILLMORE MIAMI: Bomba Estereo
REVOLUTION LIVE:
American Football

DADA: Xotic Yeyo
HULLABALOO: Woolbright
KILL YOUR IDOL: Keep It Deep
RESPECTABLE STREET: Aces High Festival
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Mona Lisa Tribe

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12
VOLTAIRE: The Harden Project

KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sundays
O’MALLEY’S: Fit For A King, Like Moths To Flames, Currents
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. Heidi Gotz

MONDAY, AUGUST 13
DADA: Open Mic
HULLABALOO: Firemost Jazz Duo
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Game Night

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