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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24
VOLTAIRE: Solo Cup plus SURPRISE GUEST
CWS: Spred the Dub
DADA: Matthew Joy
SUBCULTURE COFFEE DELRAY: Tingy Thick
DUBLINER: Jenga
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
STACHE: JM & The Sweets
CHURCHILLS PUB: Elysium ‘Black Friday’

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25
RESPECTABLE STREET: Afterlife, Fame on Fire, Happy Hour, Sounds of the Rodeo, Intervention, Seven Serpents, Church Girls
301 N ANDREW FTL: Open Canvas Project Phase 2
DADA: The 321
DUBLINER: Three Amigos
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire
CWS: The Kinected
CHURCHILLS PUB: Kool Keith, Mayday, Galactic Effect

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26
VOLTAIRE: Joey George and the Deadbeat Daddies
REVOLUTION LIVE: $uicideboy$
CHURCHILLS PUB: Roots Rock Reggae with the Ethiopians

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27
VOLTAIRE: Salon No. 5
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
REVOLUTION LIVE: 6lack
CHURCHILLS PUB: All Folk’d Up

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29
RESPECTABLE STREET: Battalion Of Saints, Nobodys, The Cryptics, M.D.S
REVOLUTION LIVE: Poptone
DUBLINER: Necessities
KILL YOUR IDOL: Left Handed Jacket

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30
CWS: Bryce Allen Band
DADA: JL Fulks
DUBLINER: Spidercherry
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke w/ Shelley Novak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Coral Canyons
CHURCHILLS PUB: Battalion Of Saints, The Nobodys, The Cryptics, Death Lottery
SPACE MOUNTAIN MIAMI: Africa/Brass Ensemble, Fsik Huvnx, Melgar Quartet

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1
VOLTAIRE: Vowws
PROPAGANDA: Psychostick, Arsonists Get All The Girls
FUNKY BUDDHA: The Lark & Loon, Fern Street, Sounds of Nilo
DADA: Jonathan Auerbach Trio
KILL YOUR IDOL: Comedy Battle
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Most Bad Things

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2
DADA: No Name Ska Band
KILL YOUR IDOL: American Grime’s Immersed
THE GROUND AT CLUB SPACE: 3Teeth, Vowws, Astari Nite, Sci-Fi Affair
FUNKY BUDDHA: Shaw David and The Black Ties, The Jake Walden Band
O’MALLEY’S: Whores, Fero Lux
POORHOUSE: Humbert, Shark Valley Sisters, Wastelands
CHURCHILL’S: The Living Dead, Lone Wolf OMB, Pocket Of Lollipops, Sewerside Bombers, Union

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents NattyBos
BLUE MOON HOTEL: Fridge Art Fair ft. Pocket Of Lollipops
KILL YOUR IDOL: Bassline Miami

MONDAY, DECEMBER 4
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5
DADA: Spoken Word Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6
DADA: Rewind Wednesdays
KILL YOUR IDOL: Old Time Religion

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7
FUNKY BUDDHA: The Mighty Mystic, The Vibes Farm, Not Spices
DADA: Micah Scott Band
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke w/ Shelley Nocak
RESPECTABLE STREET: Coral Canyons

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8
VOLTAIRE: Ben Katzman’s DeGreaser, Glass Body (The Water Colors), Milk Spot
FUNKY BUDDHA: Frank Fois Band, Tame the Lyons
DADA: Matthew Joy
SUBCULTURE DELRAY: Tchaa

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9
RESPECTABLE STREET: PureHoney presents of Montreal, Christina Schneider’s Genius Grant
KILL YOUR IDOL: Daikaiju, Milk Spot
DADA: The Holidazed
O’MALLEY’S: Seven Kingdoms
FUNKY BUDDHA: 33 Years, 807 Band

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