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

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14
THE SQUID: The Grumps, Ronit Golan, Pocket of Lollipops
THE FILLMORE MIAMI: Thomas Anders & Modern Talking Band Ft Bad Boys Blue, Fancy, Lian Ross
ARTS GARAGE: All Arts Open Mic
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15
DADA: Jose Perez
KILL YOUR IDOL: Wes Williams Band
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Basement Presents
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Think N Drink Trivia

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16
VOLTAIRE: The Funktion ft The Savants of Soul, Public Sounds Collective

ARTS GARAGE: Art Walk, Live Music, Local Bands
DADA: Raques & Kafi
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Broot McCoy
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Board Game Night
KISMET VINTAGE: Radio Kismet 9-10
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: Preservation Road
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
THE FILLMORE MIAMI: Umphrey’s McGee, Spafford
VOLTAIRE: Johnny Dangerously’s Birth Bash w Exzakt, DJ Storm, BFX, DCCalql8r, Code Blue
DADA: Savants of Soul
KILL YOUR IDOL: AmericanGrime’s Proper
RESPECTABLE STREET: Everymen, King Complex, Zoo Peculiar, Wilkof Project
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Joel Da Silva
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: Reggae Night
CWS: Rockin’ Jake Band
REVOLUTION LIVE: Live Band Emo Night

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18
VOLTAIRE: Jazz Sushi Sessions ft Markis Hernandez Trio, Black Tantra, Michael Mayo
DADA: The State Of
HULLABALOO: Boston Marriage
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: Danu5ik, Roman the Stoic, S. Luna
KILL YOUR IDOL: Breaks Yo
PROPAGANDA: Hungover, The Happy Alright, Keep Flying
RESPECTABLE STREET: Surfrider Party
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Fort Defiance, Sprockets & Spokes Custom Bicycle Show
KELSEY THEATER: Dan Sperry Illusionist
CWS: Poor Life Decisions

SUNDAY, AUGUST 19
VOLTAIRE: Blues Crusaders
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sundays
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. Rolando Chang Barrero
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Nip & Tuck
KELSEY THEATER: Casey James
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: Sick Puppies Comedy Improv
CWS: Mike Mineo

MONDAY, AUGUST 20
DADA: Open Mic
HULLABALOO: Firemost Jazz Duo
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Game Night
JUICEBOX: The Last Ten Seconds of Life, Extinguisher, So This Is Suffering
VOLTAIRE: Laid Back Mondays ITB

TUESDAY, AUGUST 21
THE SQUID: InHisHead, Monster Teeth, Real People, Faith & Majesty
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
KISMET VINTAGE LIVE: Faith & Majesty

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22
DADA: Rose Dickeson
KILL YOUR IDOL: Azur
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Think N Drink Trivia

THURSDAY, AUGUST 23
VOLTAIRE: Zigtebra, Donzii, Monster Teeth

DADA: Killbillies
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Yung Tarzan
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: Kayla Fray and The Style
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Board Game Night
KISMET VINTAGE: Radio Kismet 9-10
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
CWS: Mitch Herrick

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24
THE FILLMORE MIAMI: Leo Dan, Palito Ortega
DADA: Fern Street
KILL YOUR IDOL: Mo’Booty
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: A Good Rose
REVOLUTION LIVE: Lupe Fiasco
RESPECTABLE STREET: MASS, Mod27 Improv Comedy Show
PROPAGANDA: Stepdad
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Neverglades
CWS: Bobby Lee Rodgers

SATURDAY, AUGUST 25
REVOLUTION LIVE: Nonpoint
THE FILLMORE MIAMI: J Quiles
VOLTAIRE: Jazz Sushi Sessions ft Bashaum Stewart Trio, Val Verra & Michael Mayo
DADA: Zigtebra, Woolbright
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire
RESPECTABLE STREET: Belmont, Such Gold, Intervention
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Bryce Allyn Band
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: Robot Brewing Co Present the Boca Raton Comedy Festival

SUNDAY, AUGUST 26
VOLTAIRE: JM & the Sweets
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sundays
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. Kat Janis
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: Son of Kevin
CWS: Tasty Vibrations

MONDAY, AUGUST 27
DADA: Open Mic
HULLABALOO: Firemost Jazz Duo
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Game Night
VOLTAIRE: Laid Back Mondays ITB

TUESDAY, AUGUST 28
THE SQUID: Taxi, Eden iTernal, Sweet Bronco, The Ruffans
ARTS GARAGE: Jam Session
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29
DADA: Eden
KILL YOUR IDOL: Grinder 6
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Basement Presents
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Think N Drink Trivia

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30
VOLTAIRE: Ethan Parker, ELA Lindsey, Timothee Lovelock

DADA: Mona Lisa Tribe
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Johnny Raincloud
SUBCULTURE JUPITER: Board Game Night
KISMET VINTAGE: Radio Kismet 9-10
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: 80’s Night
CWS: Mark Telesca

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31
VOLTAIRE: Soulfam Get Down: Josh Miles, Johan Danno, Alliana Balatovis, Electric Red, American Sigh, SoulFam
SEMINOLE HARD ROCK: Amy Schumer & Friends
DADA: Green Chi & Red Light Motel
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
REVOLUTION LIVE: Strung Out
RESPECTABLE STREET: Glow In The Dark
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Chelsea Locklear
ROBOT BREWING CO & QUIXOTIC LOUNGE: State of Flux & Indigo Dreamers present: Dark Side of the Moon
CWS: Fusik

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
REVOLUTION LIVE: Grunge vs Punk, Nirvana & Blink 182 Tribute

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
REVOLUTION LIVE: MC50

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
VOLTAIRE, RESPECTABLE STREET, KISMET, HULLABALOO, SUBCULTURE ALLEY: BUMBLEFEST 2018: Lumerians + Scott Yoder + Santoros + Gustaf + Pleasures + Hurricane Party + King Complex + Boston Marriage + Citizen Badger + Cog Nomen + Donzii + Ella Herrera + Glass Body + Haute Tension + Humbert + In His Head + Indigo Dreamers + JM & the Sweets + Lion Country Ferrari + Man Made Weather + Matchstick Johnny + Mona Lisa Tribe + Monster Teeth + Mood Swing + Nervous Monks + Pocket of Lollipops + Poparazzi + Raised by Wolves + Seafoam Walls + Taxi + The Brand + Turtle Grenade

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