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    SUNDAY, JANUARY 19
    FORT LAUDERDALE: FLORIDA FLOW FEST: VISUALIZE Circus, Flow, Yoga, Family, Dance, Workshops, Vendors, Performance, Jams. FREE! FLOWFESTS.COM
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    CWS BAR: Marcus Amaya (A.M.) / Funk Brunch (P.M.)
    ARTS GARAGE: Jazz and Civil Rights, Siempre Flamenco Ritmos
    GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET: Sierra Lane

    MONDAY, JANUARY 20
    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
    CRAZY UNCLE MIKE’S: A Tribute to Rod Stewart

    TUESDAY, JANUARY 21
    DADA: Comedy Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam
    CRAZY UNCLE MIKE’S: Latin Night

    WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Lather Up
    DADA: Monique McCall
    KILL YOUR IDOL: The Cavemen
    THE GROUND: The Rock Boat XX Pre-Party with Melodime

    THURSDAY, JANUARY 23
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Colossal Karaoke
    REVOLUTION LIVE: The Dead South, The Hooten Hallers, Danny Oliver
    CRAZY UNCLE MIKE’S: The Flyers
    GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET: Markoz Salsa Jam

    FRIDAY, JANUARY 24
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Mass 3 Year Anniversary with Astari Nite, DJ Carlos Menendez, DJ Maus
    THE GROUND: The Black Lips, Plastic Pinks, DJ Danny Kokomo of Jacuzzi Boys
    VOLTAIRE: The GutterTones, Sons of a Tradesman & Friends
    DADA: Matthew Joy
    CWS BAR: Poor Life Decisions
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Stall 4
    ARTS GARAGE: PALO!
    CRAZY UNCLE MIKE’S: Spred The Dub
    GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET: Summer Gill

    SATURDAY, JANUARY 25
    GRAMPS: Beach Fossils, Surf Curse
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Petty Hearts – A Tribute to Tom Petty
    AMERICA’S BACKYARD: Lee Foss
    CWS BAR: El Dub
    DADA: Nistar
    HULLABALOO: The Leafy Greens
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Bass Still
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Spider Cherry
    ARTS GARAGE: Soul Party with Cece Teneal and Soul Kamotion
    CRAZY UNCLE MIKE’S: Unlimited Devotion
    GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET: The Joel DeSilva Band
    MAD ROBOT BREWING CO: Pently Holmes

    SUNDAY, JANUARY 26
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    CWS BAR: The Basement Presents Funk Brunch (P.M.)
    ARTS GARAGE: Selwyn Birchwood Returns
    GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET: Jutt Huffman

    MONDAY, JANUARY 27
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Machine Head
    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
    CRAZY UNCLE MIKE’S: A Tribute to Rod Stewart

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