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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
KILL YOUR IDOL: Sofilla

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22
VOLTAIRE: SWEET SWEET hosted by Mike Mineo w Summer Gill, Lindsey Mills, Keith Welsh, Turtle Grenade, Brady Newbill, UpperCutter, Ella Herrera, Jonny Frank Himsel, Wake Up, Sweet Bronco
DADA
: Micah Scott Band
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Firstworld
CWS: Nick from the Holidazed
FUNKY BUDDHA: Shaw Davis, JL Fulks

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
VOLTAIRE: The Vibe, Ba Roos, Psychic Ghost
STACHE
: Marcus Amaya
REVOLUTION LIVE: The Revolution
DADA: Lobo Marino
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Exploding Boy, Astari Nite
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Southern Tier
HULLABALOO: Paleface
CWS: Mike Mineo
STACHE: Marcus Amaya
FUNKY BUDDHA: 33 Years, The 807 Band
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Jedi Magic Carousel
KELSEY THEATER: Neil Hilborn

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24
MEYER AMPHITHEATRE: HARMONY: an exhibition of the arts
VOLTAIRE: Dj UKi, Adam Lipson, Leo Palatnik, & Michael Mayo present Cabaret Voltaire House Party, Deb Silver Jazz 8-11

CWS: Homegrown Sinners
WALKING TREE BREWERY: Paleface
DADA: SloFunkPump
FUNKY BUDDHA: The Jonathan Auerbach Trio
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire
STACHE: Havana Nights
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: The Fumblebuckers

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents JL Fulks

FILLMORE MIAMI: JJ Grey & Mofro
RESPECTABLE STREET: KRS-One: The World Is Mind Tour
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sunday
CWS: Marcus Amaya
KELSEY THEATER: The Young Irelanders

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

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

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
STACHE: Grateful Jam Session
THE REBEL HOUSE: Paleface
DADA: Holy Dances

THURSDAY, MARCH 1
VOLTAIRE: Church of DUB
FILLMORE MIAMI: Tycho
DADA: The Holidazed
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shelley Novak Awards
RESPECTABLE STREET: Crazy Town, Davey Suicide, The Muggles
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic

FRIDAY, MARCH 2
VOLTAIRE: Deckhouse: VAL VERRA – Michael Mayo – Marco Paez – Nicolas B2B Faraz M.
CWS: Rockin Jake
STACHE: Tasty Vibrations
DADA: Jonathan Auerbach Trio
HULLABALOO: The Zoo Peculiar
KILL YOUR IDOL: Bassline Miami
RESPECTABLE STREET: Period Bomb, The Grumps, Whatever Anyways
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Ne0n
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: West King String Band

SATURDAY, MARCH 3
VOLTAIRE: Dj UKi, Adam Lipson, Leo Palatnik, & Michael Mayo present Cabaret Voltaire House Party, Deb Silver Jazz 8-11
FILLMORE MIAMI:
Al Pacino
REVOLUTION LIVE: Phillip Phillips
CWS: Uproot Hootenanny
DADA: Red Light Motel
KILL YOUR IDOL: Immersed Music
RESPECTABLE STREET: Everymen, Bella’s Bartok, Death Lottery
PROPAGANDA: Riff Raff
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Marcus SoFlo

SUNDAY, MARCH 4
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents JP Soars & the Red Hots
FILLMORE MIAMI:
Fleet Foxes
REVOLUTION LIVE: Flogging Molly
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sundays

MONDAY, MARCH 5
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, MARCH 6
DADA: Poetry Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7
DADA: Rewind Wednesdays
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Brand
RESPECTABLE STREET: Gutter Demons, Armageddon Man, Church Girls

THURSDAY, MARCH 8
VOLTAIRE: Displace, Bear Witness
THE ANDERSON: Millionyoung, Ex Isles
CWS: Soundproof
DADA: Markis Hernandez Trio
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Grey & Orange
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
KELSEY THEATER: Create Day

FRIDAY, MARCH 9
VOLTAIRE: Lindsey Mills Album Release w. Like Diamonds, Dreamend, Kid Dakota
STACHE
: Unlimited Devotion
BROWARD CENTER: Andy McKee
CWS: Marcus Amaya Band
DADA: AfterMidNite
HULLABALOO: Mo’Booty
KILL YOUR IDOL: Bermuda Beach
RESPECTABLE STREET: Spring Fling: 90’s Dance Party
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: The Holidazed
KELSEY THEATER: Super Happy Fun Time

SATURDAY, MARCH 10
INK & PISTONS / SLUSHBOX GALLERY: Colorless… a group art show
HOUNDSTOOTH COTTAGE: InHisHead, Lindsey Mills & the Lazy Lovers, Pocket of Lollipops, Dead and Loving It, Seafoam Walls
CWS: Brendan O’Hara
STACHE: Havana Nights w/ Murph Y Su Conjunto
KILL YOUR IDOL: Keep It Deep
VOLTAIRE: Dj UKi, Adam Lipson, Leo Palatnik, & Michael Mayo present Cabaret Voltaire House Party, Deb Silver Jazz 8-11
RESPECTABLE STREET: Emo Night Brooklyn
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Barks, Brews, and Bands
KELSEY THEATER: Barks, Brews, and Bands

SUNDAY, MARCH 11
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents Hurricane Hawk & the Invaders
REVOLUTION LIVE: Spoon
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sundays
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: A SUnday Kind of Blues, Jordan Laurenti

MONDAY, MARCH 12
FLOYD MIAMI: Bradley Zero
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, MARCH 13
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Photography Critique & Geek
KELSEY THEATER: Mike Love

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14
DADA: Rewind Wednesdays
KILL YOUR IDOL: DJ Culture Prophet
RESPECTABLE STREET: DJ Battle Round 1

THURSDAY, MARCH 15
VOLTAIRE: Barks, Babes and Bros, Public Sounds presents Funktion
REVOLUTION LIVE:
Little Dragon
CWS: 432 Duo
DADA: Tchaa
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Meta4Machine
O’MALLEY’S: Fame on Fire, Happy Hour
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic

FRIDAY, MARCH 16
CWS: The Holidazed
STACHE: Brendan O’Hara
DADA: Citizen Badger
HULLABALOO: Electric Red
KILL YOUR IDOL: Tremends
RESPECTABLE STREET: Cupcake Burlesque
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Adam Jason Duo

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