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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
THE GROUND: Front 242 Exclusive FL Show, Nina Belief, DJ Mystic Bill
DADA: Daylen Brinkley & Friends
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke w/ Shelley Novak
CWS: The Holidazed
KELSEY THEATER: Dan Sperry

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
DADA: Public Sounds Collective
SEMINOLE HARD ROCK: Luisi Fonsi Love + Dance Tour
RESPECTABLE STREET: Emo Night Brooklyn
CWS: Bobby Lee Rodgers
STACHE: Brendan O’Hara
CULTURE ROOM: Black Tiger Sex Machine
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Jason Soffer album release featuring Craig McInnis
KELSEY THEATER: 5 4 50 Fundraiser Concert for Inspirit
NEXT DOOR AT C&I: The Anchor Collective, NorthStreet, Goalkeeper, Migrate

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
RESPECTABLE STREET: 30 YEAR ANNIVERSARY BLOCK PARTY ft She Wants Revenge, Everymen, Old Habits, Astari Nite
WATSCO CENTER: Arcade Fire
DADA: SloFunkPump
REVOLUTION LIVE: Epica, Lacuna Coil
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire Hip-Hop
CWS: The Flyers
STACHE: The Heavy Pets, Unlimited Devotion, Guavatron, Funkin’ Grateful
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Blues Crusaders
KELSEY THEATER: Rocky Horror Picture Show
NEXT DOOR AT C&I: Oigo

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
VOLTAIRE: Rockin’ Jake
CHURCHILLS PUB: The Ethiopians
REVOLUTION LIVE: Issues & Volumes
CWS: J.L. Fulks Duo
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Summer Gill

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
HULLABALOO: Jordy Nashville
CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
CHURCHILLS PUB: All Folk’d Up Bora Album Release

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Foster the People
DADA: Sista Mary Beth
HULLABALOO: Kyle Smile
KILL YOUR IDOL: Rachel Rage & Chris Rod

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Cafe Tacvba
DADA: Holy Dances
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke w/ Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Oddly Strange
CHURCHILLS PUB: Venom Inc, Goatwhore, Toxic Holocaust
CWS: Brendan O’Hara
KELSEY THEATER: Dan Sperry

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Mute Math, Play Dead Live
DADA: Static Momentum
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
CWS: Uproot Hootenanny
STACHE: Bobby Lee Rodgers
CHURCHILLS PUB: Fight2Death CD Release Party
SEMINOLE CASINO: Del Pelson
CULTURE ROOM: Papadosio, Phutureprimitive
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Cardinal Moses Album Release
KELSEY THEATER: 5 4 50 Sister Hazel
REVOLUTION LIVE: Trombone Shorty

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
LOST WEEKEND MIAMI: ANNIVERSARY PARTY
CWS: Spider Cherry
STACHE: Bobby Lee Rodgers
REVOLUTION LIVE: Trombone Shorty
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Neverglades, Back Alley Mural Festival

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