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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26
RESPECTABLE STREET: Comedy Night
GRAMPS: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
HULLABALOO: Kyle Smile Piano
DADA: The Quax
KILL YOUR IDOL: Viceroi
KELSEY THEATER: Ava DuVernay’s “13th”

THURSDAY, APRIL 27
PROPAGANDA: Ladies Night, The Kinected
DADA: Octo Gato
RESPECTABLE STREET: Ghost Cat, Bearhead
PIPERS: Sada
CULTURE ROOM: Desiigner, Rob Stone, Ski Mask, The Slump God, 16yrOld
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Artist Opening, Open Mic
CWS: ARTIkAL Soundsystem

FRIDAY, APRIL 28
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Umphrey’s McGee
RESPECTABLE STREET: Dharmata, Falseta, Raised By Wolves
DADA: Steve Pomeranz Band
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
PROPAGANDA: Sinners & Saints, ECHO
GRAMPS: Surfer Blood, Chaucer, Boytoy
O’MALLEY’S: Upon A Burning Body, Within The Ruins, Kublai Khan
CULTURE ROOM: Book of Love, Astari Nite
SONS & DAUGHTERS WINERY: The Copper Tones
CWS: Wilkes Oswald, Victoria Cardona
CHURCHILLS PUB: Judge
KELSEY THEATER: Bar Church

SATURDAY, APRIL 29
RESPECTABLE STREET: Surfer Blood, Boytoy, Chaucer, The Hey Fellows
PROPAGANDA: Incited, Old Habits
KELSEY THEATER: Boxelder, Moska Project
O’MALLEY’S: Afterlife, Adaliah, Stepdad, Deviant, Imaginer, Fame On Fire
CULTURE ROOM: Fuel
GUANABANAS: Roots Shakedown
CWS: Juke Joint Swingers, Marcus Amaya

SUNDAY, APRIL 30
SUBCULTURE COFFEE: Path To College Fundraiser w. Legends of Rodeo, Chaucer, Surprise Guest

DADA: Lil Chief
O’MALLEY’S: Volumes, Sounds of the Rodeo, With Locusts and Liars
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr.

MONDAY, MAY 1
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam

TUESDAY, MAY 2
DADA: Spoken Word Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Gucci Mane
THE GLEASON ROOM: Le Peignoir Aux Alouettes
O’MALLEY’S: Oceano, Slaughter To Prevail, Spite
PROPAGANDA​: Karaoke Tuesday

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3
DADA: Rio Peterson
HULLABALOO: Kyle Smile Piano
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Hoy Polloy
REVOLUTION LIVE: Live Dead ’69
PROPAGANDA: DugRocks LGBTQ

MAY 4-7
FAT VILLAGE ARTS DISTRICT: Waack | Punk | Disco Festival the Soul Train Experience w. Tyrone “The Bone” Proctor, Kumari Suraj, Dj Ricci Riera, Soul Train Experience

THURSDAY, MAY 4
DADA: Antony Payne
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Yung Tarzan & Brot McCoy
CULTURE ROOM: Suicide Girls presents Blackheart Burlesque
STACHE: Cassie Marin, The Hey Fellows, Intervention, Ghost Cat
CWS: Big Harvest
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
CHURCHILLS PUB: The Sensibles, Jacuzzi Fuzz, Spred the Dub, DJ Rudeboi Shuffle

FRIDAY, MAY 5
DADA: Modern Mimes & Tides of Tomorrow
PROPAGANDA: ​Flag On Fire, 1 Hit Left​
O’MALLEY’S: A Lot Like Birds
LAS ROSAS: Deaf Poets Album Release, Viniloversus, Pleasures
KELSEY THEATER: Remerge
PERFECT VODKA AMP: Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
CHURCHILLS PUB: Shonen Knife (Japan), F, No Dice, Smut, Go! Racer
STACHE: Wilkes Oswald
CWS: The Holidazed, Soundproof

SATURDAY, MAY 6
DADA: Jonathan Auerbach Trio
RESPECTABLE STREET: Torridian, Oddly Strange
PROPAGANDA: ​Phoenix Mission Benefit
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Fuerza Flamenca
THE GLEASON ROOM: Miguel Bose
CWS: Unlimited Devotion
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Joey Tenuto Band
CHURCHILLS PUB: The Kitchen Club with 16bit

SUNDAY, MAY 7
PROPAGANDA: ​PropaDomingos
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Eric Ryan
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr. Band
CHURCHILLS PUB: Abstract, Wake Up Space-boy, Odd Sweetheart

MONDAY, MAY 8
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
GRAMPS: Temples
CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam

TUESDAY, MAY 9
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
BOWERY LIVE: Jack Ingram
PROPAGANDA: ​Karaoke
CULTURE ROOM: Greensky Bluegrass, Joshua Davis

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10
DADA: William Mercer
HULLABALOO: Kyle Smile Piano
KILL YOUR IDOL: Ashiyushi
PROPAGANDA: DugRocks, Drag Show​
CHURCHILLS PUB: I Like it Soft

THURSDAY, MAY 11
DADA: Verali
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Fat Sun
CHURCHILLS PUB: Antifaces
CULTURE ROOM: Victor Wooten Trio ft Dennis Chambers and Bob Frandeschini
CWS: Fireside Prophets
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic

FRIDAY, MAY 12
FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: Phoenix
DADA: Big Chief
KILL YOUR IDOL: Bermuda Beach
RESPECTABLE STREET: Shenanigans Art Showcase with Akia
PROPAGANDA: Lavola, Zeta
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Benny Bassett
REVOLUTION LIVE: New Found Glory
CULTURE ROOM: X
STACHE: The Copper Tones
CWS: Franscene
CHURCHILLS PUB: Metal Wars

SATURDAY, MAY 13
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: 3 Year Anniversary Block Party
DADA: Eternal Boner
KILL YOUR IDOL: Keep It Deep
PROPAGANDA: No Name Ska, Muggles, Howling Winds, Sunnyvale, Reclaim Brass​
JJ MUGGS: Project: Project w. Crabby Shaka To Benefit HopeFromHarrison.org
CULTURE ROOM: Citizen Cope
FLAMINGO THEATER: A Night With Draco Rosa
CHURCHILLS PUB: Wallflower Gallery Re-union

SUNDAY, MAY 14
KILL YOUR IDOL: Casket Girls
REVOLUTION LIVE: The Damned
PROPAGANDA: PropaDomingos
CWS: Joey Tenuto Jr. Band
CHURCHILLS PUB: Classic Crimes

MONDAY, MAY 15
PROPAGANDA: Casket Girls, The Water Colors
CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam
HULLABALOO: Brett Staska
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, MAY 16
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
CHURCHILLS PUB: Silenmara, Born Beneath, Alloy, Barber Floyd, Freaks n Ghosts
PROPAGANDA: Karaoke

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17
RESPECTABLE STREET: The Wailers Performing “Legend” Album & More, Zander, Reggae Force
DADA: Matthew Joy
KILL YOUR IDOL: Anastasiamax
PROPAGANDA: Face to Face, The Attack

THURSDAY, MAY 18
PROPAGANDA: PEARS, Armageddon Man, Whiskey Walls, Between Enemies

FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH: The Head and the Heart
CWS: Reggae Force
DADA: Verali
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
REVOLUTION LIVE: Led Zeppelin 2
CHURCHILLS PUB: Noise Nomads

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