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    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16
    CWS: Drew Dockerill (A.M.) / The Basement Presents Funk Brunch (P.M.)
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Morgan Heritage
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Madball
    THE STICKY BUN: Coppertones

    MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam & Theatre de Underground Open Mic
    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Wallows
    DADA: Spoken Word Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam

    WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19
    ARTS GARAGE: Steve Forbert: Out of the House Series
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Transcendental Blues Night
    DADA: Jacob Maicol
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Chico

    THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20
    CWS: Guavatron
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke Circus
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Solar Reef
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Rat Bastards Stumble & Fall

    FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
    DADA: Loyal Opposition
    KILL YOUR IDOL: American Grime
    RESPECTABLE STREET: The Carmics, Palomino Blond
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Sons of a Tradesman
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Completely Unchained – A Tribute to Van Halen
    GREEN BAR: Misty Grotto
    ROBOT BREWING CO: Sonali & Drew Dockerill
    ARTS GARAGE: The Smoogies Band
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Danny & Alex, Supergold, Terra, The Orbits

    SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
    DADA: Of One Mind
    HULLABALOO: The Leafy Greens
    Respectable Street: Mass/Submission
    CWS: Homegrown Sinners
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Spred the Dub
    THE STICKY BUN: Crazy Fingers

    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23
    ARTS GARAGE: Nicole Yarling: One Song- Celebrating the African Diaspora
    CWS: Justin Enco (A.M.) / The Basement Presents Funk Brunch (P.M.)
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    CHURCHILLS PUB: All Folk’d Up 5 year Anniversary with Brook Pridemore and Yankee Roses

    MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam & Theatre de Underground Open Mic
    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25
    ARTS GARAGE: Jam Session
    DADA: Comedy Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam

    WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
    PROPAGANDA: Spite, Varials, I AM, Orthodox, Dealer
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Xetas
    DADA: Shawn Manley
    KILL YOUR IDOL: TGTG

    THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27
    CWS: Sierra Lane
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke Circus
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Claws Out Thursday

    FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28
    RESPECTABLE STREET: We Are The Punx 3
    DADA: The Great Adventure
    CWS: Bryce Allyn Band
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Jacquees
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Spider Cherry
    PROPAGANDA: Bad Omens, Oh Sleeper, Thousand Below, Bloodline
    GREEN BAR: Mitch Herrick
    ARTS GARAGE: Stanley Jordan Returns

    SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29
    RESPECTABLE STREET: We Are The Punx 3
    DADA: Intendencia
    HULLABALOO: Holy Dances
    KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Rosario Craig Band
    ARTS GARAGE: Stanley Jordan Returns
    CWS: Beautiful Disaster Band
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Runaway Gin with Crazy Fingers

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