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FRIDAY, JUNE 23
RESPECTABLE STREET: Hypoluxo, Timothy Eerie, The Dewars, Symbols
DADA: Public Sounds
THE BRIDGE: The Perfect Trip: Miami Psych Fest ft. Ash Leon, sallow, CHEW, Soapbox Soliloquy, / Peyote Coyote, Arulu, Bit-Hertz, Cloud Solo, Fresh Esh, Male Model, Mystic Grizzly, Pavlov’s Bell, Pesh Kab, Phantasman, Roiju, salon and cough, Soft Cricket, Similar Prisoners
CWS: Uproot Hootenanny
STACHE: Mike Mineo
CHURCHILLS PUB: Dead Prez
FUNKY BUDDHA: Matt Calderin and the Message, JL Fulks
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Blues Crusaders

SATURDAY, JUNE 24
THE BRIDGE: The Perfect Trip: Miami Psych Fest ft. The Kenny Millions Trio ft. Rat Bastard & Steven Bristol, Hypoluxo, Pariah, Twin Studies, Ironing, Timothy Eerie, The Dewars, Symbols, The Water Colors, Killyour, Ian Iachimoe, Prison Warder, Ashiyushi, Christopher Robin, Lautlos, Lone Wolf OMB, Miami Mantra Choir, Misty Coup, Nakatomi Plaza, Optical Delusion, Reverend Ron, Slow Coast, Squid Squad, Wilkes Oswald
DADA: Peoplewatch
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire: Hop Hop Party
CULTURE ROOM: Groovenics, Web Three, Askultura, Jessica Morale
CWS: Soundproof, Aaron Lebos Reality
STACHE: Skinny Jimmy
FUNKY BUDDHA: Summer Comedy Festival
CHURCHILLS PUB: Summer Death Kvlt Fest w/ Amon, Hellfire Death Cult
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Xander James

SUNDAY, JUNE 25
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr. & Friends
CHURCHILLS PUB: Rock n Roll Flea Market
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Brandon Olaison

MONDAY, JUNE 26
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam

TUESDAY, JUNE 27
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28
RESPECTABLE STREET: Post Animal, Peyote Coyote, The Water Colors
CHURCHILLS PUB: Abstract Bass

THURSDAY, JUNE 29
DADA: Aaron Lebos Sound
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Citadel
CHURCHILLS PUB: Post Animal, Similar Prisoners, Fat Sun

FRIDAY, JUNE 30
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: H.U.B.
DADA: Eternal Boner
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
RESPECTABLE STREET: MASS Celebration w. AcesSkully, Cyanide Regime
PERFECT VODKA AMP: Chicago, Doobie Brothers
GRAMPS: Tall Juan, Ordinary Boys, Wastelands, DeGreaser, Jellyfish Brothers
PROPAGANDA: Ether CD Release
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Brett Staska, The Holy Dances
CWS: Solemark
FUNKY BUDDHA: Ocean Disco
STACHE: Fusik

SATURDAY, JULY 1
CWS: Rockin’ Jake Band
DADA: Xotic Yeyo
GRAMPS: Cavity AD, Other Body, Prison Warder
CHURCHILL’S PUB: Pumps, Tingy Thick, Seafoam Walls, Rick Guerre
FUZZ BABY: Tall Juan, Tiny Farm, Fat Sun
KILL YOUR IDOL: DJ Val
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Duoplicity
THE KELSEY THEATER: Proximity Surf Film
JERRY’S DEERFIELD: Free Demo Turner Watercolor with Ketzya

SUNDAY, JULY 2
HAROLDS: Brunch w Tingy Thick, Beatles HC, Pumps. Free show, free pancakes, free juice!
PERFECT VODKA AMP: Warped Tour
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr.
KILL YOUR IDOL: Bassline Miami
TWO& LAS OLAS: Ink & Drink Sunday Social with Lady Larva

MONDAY, JULY 3
PROPAGANDA: The Dwarves, Richie Ramone, The Shakers, Whiskey Walls
CWS: The Flyers
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
TWO&: Twen, Fat Sun, Tete-a-Tete, Milk Spot

TUESDAY, JULY 4
THE FISH: United We Rock feat. Brother, Sundance, Lavola, Those Damn Hooligans, Leo Lee Rock, Clay Dots, Gareth Johnson, Blackout, Bruja, The Rockaways, One Mor Round, The Big Sound, Algorhythm, The Earl Trio, Adrian Montijo, The Cravens, 33 Years, Static Momentum, Cannibal Kids

DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
FUZZ BABY: Datenight, Wastelands, Twen Laboratory

WEDNESDAY, JULY 5
CWS: Crazyfingers
DADA: Alex Coldwell
RESPECTABLE STREET: MySpace Wednesday’s

THURSDAY, JULY 6
PERFECT VODKA AMP: Incubus, Jimmy Eat World
CWS: Xander James Trio
DADA: Jason Grillo
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Lavola

FRIDAY, JULY 7
CWS: Public Sounds Collective
STACHE: Tasty Vibrations
DADA: Pyros
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Acoustic Soul

SATURDAY, JULY 8
INK & PISTONS / SLUSHBOX GALLERY: 5 years down and celebrating with a big ol’ Anniversary Party, Art Show & Car Show! $2,500 in tattoo giveaways, food, drinks, CAKE & Gourmet Hotdogs from food truck PS561! Art show feat. work from over 30+ artists who work depicts Hot Rods, Hot Chicks, Pinstripes, Kustom Kulture, Tattoo inspired art, Day of the Dead, Tiki and anything else fitting. Park n’ Show your Hot Rod, Muscle Car or Traditional Custom. Rain or shine. No registration or awards.
JJ MUGGS: Project: Project w. Grey & Orange, Mike Dunn & the Company, Richard Sherfey & All God’s Children, John Ralston & the Shadows Band To Benefit HopeFromHarrison.org
CWS: Homegrown Sinners
DADA: Holy Dances
RESPECTABLE STREET: Rivers with Derek Webb, Lindsey Mills
JERRY’S DEERFIELD: Free Demo All About Canvas with Stephanie Leyden
O’MALLEYS: Stages and Stereos
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Bruja Trio

SUNDAY, JULY 9
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr.
CHURCHILL’S PUB: The Black Market ft. Wastelands, Analog, Gov Club, Cloud Solo, The Lone Wolf, Live Art, Vendors

MONDAY, JULY 10
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, JULY 11
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, JULY 12
RESPECTABLE STREET: Amnesty, Skoros
DADA: Mike & Jeff of Heavy Pets
KILL YOUR IDOL: Cheap Miami Birthday Party

THURSDAY, JULY 13
DADA: Red Light Motel
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Herns
CWS: Diogo Das Virgens

FRIDAY, JULY 14
DADA: Big Chief
CWS: Edan Archer
CHURCHILLS PUB: Jacuzzi Boys, Union, Chicken Liquor, DJ Action Pat
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Neverglades
THE KELSEY THEATER: Michael Winslow

SATURDAY, JULY 15
DADA: Micah Scott
POMPANO AMP: Firefall, Poco, Pure Prairie League
CWS: Guavatron
STACHE: 432 Trio
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Sprockets & Spokes Custom Bicycle Show
JERRY’S DEERFIELD: Free Demo of Speedball Linoprints with John English

SUNDAY, JULY 16
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: A Sunday Kind of Blues

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