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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Pretenders
DADA: Alex Coldwell
TERRA FERMATA: Aaron Burdett Duo
PROPAGANDA: DugRocks Drag Show

THURSDAY, MARCH 23
RESPECTABLE STREET: High Waisted, Casey Hopkins
DADA: Pocket of Lollipops
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke w/ Shelley Novak
CWS: ARTIKaL Sound System
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
TERRA FERMATA: Adam Ezra Group
CHURCHILL’S PUB: Iron Reagan, Nightbirds, Wrong, No Dice, Screaming Daggers

FRIDAY, MARCH 24
DADA: Peoplewatch
KILL YOUR IDOL: So Lifted w/ Kevin Kevin, Todd Terry, Roland Clark
RESPECTABLE STREET: Emo Night Brooklyn
KISMET VINTAGE: High Waisted
PROPAGANDA: Femme Fatale, Yardij, Puddle Jumper
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Josh Miles
KELSEY THEATER: Ballyhoo!, Kash’d Out, Bumpin Uglies
SONS & DAUGHTERS WINERY: The Copper Tones
REVOLUTION LIVE: William Singe
CWS: Bobby Lee Rodgers Trio, Victoria Cardona
TERRA FERMATA: Blink 180True, American Idiot, Jeff Fereshetian
CHURCHILL’S PUB: The Slackers, The Duppies, The Sensibles

SATURDAY, MARCH 25
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Diego Verdaguer y Amanda Miguel
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Duoplicity
PROPAGANDA: Bubba SparXXX
KELSEY THEATER: Rocky Horror Picture Show
CULTURE ROOM: The Menzingers, Jeff Rosenstock, Rozwell Kid
BANGIN’ BANJO BREWING: The Copper Tones
CWS: Peyote Coyote
TERRA FERMATA: Daniel O’Rouke

SUNDAY, MARCH 26
DADA: Steve Pomeranz Band
KILL YOUR IDOL: Breaks Yo!
ACCOMPLICE CIDERWORKS: Art, Bark & Brunch: Big Dog Ranch Rescue Benefit
CWS: Joe Tenuto Jr. Band
TERRA FERMATA: Big Pine

MONDAY, MARCH 27
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, MARCH 28
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
TERRA FERMATA: The Nouveaux Honkies, TGTG
CHURCHILL’S PUB: All Folk’d Up Tribute to Leonard Cohen

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29
CULTURE ROOM: Dinosaur Jr.
DADA: Micah Scott
PROPAGANDA: Weedeater, ASG
TERRA FERMATA: Adwela & the Uprising, Something Like Seduction
CHURCHILL’S PUB: Radiohead Pre-Party

THURSDAY, MARCH 30
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Tango Lovers
DADA: King Complex
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke w/ Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Citadel
CWS: Reggae Force
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Artist Opening, Open Mic
TERRA FERMATA: Joel DaSilva & the Midnight Howl
CHURCHILL’S PUB: Glue

FRIDAY, MARCH 31
DADA: James Wolf and the Electric Mud
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
CWS: Fusik, Kendra Erika
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Chick & Danger
TERRA FERMATA: Cha Wa, SoulMark
CHURCHILL’S PUB: SunGhosts, Denudes, Cave of Swimmers and Yardij

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