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    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11
    VOLTAIRE: FALL BEAT BASH ft Radical Phoenixx, Gareth Johnson, Elements the Brand, Matt Brown, Monty, King Kaleeb, Mike SB, Dramanitra, DJ BuddaflyWolf, Zeo Zeo, Bryce Sunee
    C.W.S. BAR + KITCHEN: Spider Cherry
    DADA: Moon Kaboom
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Subterranean Sounds
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Generation X – An Underground Rave Retrospective
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Stall 4
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Taking Back Sunday with Red City Radio
    GREEN BAR & KITCHEN: Mac Coe
    ROBOT BREWING CO: Not Spices, Army Gideon
    ARTS GARAGE: Carli Munoz Trio
    TIM FINNEGANS IRISH PUB: The Black Donnellys
    KELSEY THEATER: The Vagina Monologues
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Rick Fantasies & DJ Woozels

    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12
    LASER WOLF: Nervous Monks (EP Release), Haute Tension
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Girls Only, Jenna’s Side Salad, Royal Hearts
    DADA: Of One Mind
    VOLTAIRE: Yum Yum DJs
    HULLABALOO: Holy Dances
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Breaks Yo!
    ROBOT BREWING CO: Comedy Show
    C.W.S. BAR + KITCHEN: Homegrown Sinners
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Taking Back Sunday with Red City Radio
    ARTS GARAGE: Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Crazy Fingers
    HOWLIN OWL: Mary Washington Band
    KELSEY THEATER: Rocky Horror Picture Show Halloween Spectacular

    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Wolves Pigs & Sheep
    AWA NA LOUNGE: Peter Pepper, Seizure Machine, John Wheeler, Iko Iko
    ROBOT BREWING CO: Storytelling Slam
    C.W.S. BAR + KITCHEN: The Basement Presents Funk Brunch (P.M.)
    ARTS GARAGE: JD Danner
    O’MALLEY’S: Warbinger & Enforcer
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Girls Rock Camp Showcase

    MONDAY, OCTOBER 14
    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam
    BREWHOUSE GALLERY: The Chris O’Leary Band & The Brew Hoppers

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Twin Temple, Amigo The Devil, King Dude
    DADA: Comedy Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam

    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Oliver Tree with Tommy Cash & Nvdes
    VOLTAIRE: Dirty Laundry Comedy
    DADA: Nick Garnett
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Holy Dances
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Transcendental blues night
    BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Brew Hoppers Band

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17
    LAS ROSAS: Frankie and the Witch Fingers, Timothy Eerie, Donzii, Electric Supply Company
    C.W.S. BAR + KITCHEN
    : Mac Coe
    VOLTAIRE: Calentura: I95 Band, DJ Gabo & Nico, Latin Dance Fusion
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Coheed and Cambria with Astronoid & The Contortionist
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Colossal Karaoke
    ARTS GARAGE: 3rd Thursday: Art Meets Music
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Adonis of Guavatron Solo
    KELSEY THEATER: Ghost Hunt

    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18
    VOLTAIRE: Public Sounds Collective ALBUM Release w Mona Lisa Tribe
    C.W.S. BAR + KITCHEN: Nyne2Five
    FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Rainbow Randy
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Bea Miller with Kah-lo
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Beautiful Disaster
    DADA: RAGA
    KILL YOUR IDOL: AmericanGrime
    O’MALLEY’S: Slaughter To Prevail, Bodysnatcher, Orthodox, Prison
    GREEN BAR & KITCHEN: Marcus Amaya
    LAS ROSAS: Juan Waters
    KELSEY THEATER: The Gross Media Freakshow
    ROBOT BREWING CO: Between Bluffs
    ARTS GARAGE: Centennial Celebration for Jose Fajardo: ft the Jose Fajardo Jr. Orchestra
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Captured By Robots
    BREWHOUSE GALLERY: The Wavelengths

    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19
    FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Banks
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Emo Night Brooklyn
    VOLTAIRE: Dunright presents Roo, Lukaas, Sips, The Message

    DADA: Red Light Motel
    HULLABALOO: The Ricca Project
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Keep It Deep
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Guavatron
    C.W.S. BAR + KITCHEN: Spred the Dub
    HOWLIN OWL: Aldo Merchant
    O’MALLEY’S: Mystery Skulls, Phangs
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Bahamas Relief Benefit
    BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Sons of a Tradesmen, Rust Market
    KELSEY THEATER: Battle of The Bands

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