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TUESDAY, MAY 8
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Photography Critique & Geek
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic
REVOLUTION LIVE: Sum 41
CWS: Diogo Das Virgens

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Think & Drink Trivia
DADA: Rewind Wednesday
KILL YOUR IDOL: The Hoy Polloy

THURSDAY, MAY 10
VOLTAIRE: Cosmic Barley presents Custard Pie (Valdosta, GA)
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
DADA: Migrate
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak
CWS: Mitch Herrick

FRIDAY, MAY 11
VOLTAIRE: Gold Dust Lounge, Humbert
O’MALLEY’S: Slaughter To Prevail
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Markis Hernandez Trio
DADA: Xotic Yeyo
HULLABALOO: Heller Floor
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shore Things
RESPECTABLE STREET: Battle of the Bands Final Round
CWS: Marijah & The Reggae All-Stars

SATURDAY, MAY 12
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: 4 YEAR ANNIVERSARY BLOCK PARTY feat. Summer Gill, Brett Staska, Raised By Wolves, Nate Ginnity, Xander James, David Tenenbaum, The Bside Band, Yardij, JEPHTHEmusic, Odyssey, Grey & Orange, Neverglades, Rogue Theory, The String Assassins

DADA: Big Chief
KILL YOUR IDOL: Keep It Deep
VOLTAIRE: Sushi Jazz Sessions 8-11, Cabaret Voltaire House DJ’s 11-4
RESPECTABLE STREET: Sock Hop
REVOLUTION LIVE: The Wonder Years
STACHE: Tchaa
CWS: Spred The Dub

SUNDAY, MAY 13
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents Rockin’ Jake Band
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sunday
REVOLUTION LIVE: Kamelot, Delain, Battle Beast
CWS: Tasty Vibrations
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. Steve Blouse

MONDAY, MAY 14
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, MAY 15
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, MAY 16
POMPANO AMP: #ParklandStrong, A Benefit for the Victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School Shooting New Found Glory; Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, playing an intimate acoustic set; and Ryan Key, formerly of Yellowcard
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Think & Drink Trivia
DADA: Rewind Wednesday
KILL YOUR IDOL: Sun City Riders

THURSDAY, MAY 17
VOLTAIRE: The Funktion with The Ricca Project and Public Sounds Collective
KELSEY THEATER: HammerFall & Flotsam and Jetsam
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
DADA: The Savants Of Soul
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak

FRIDAY, MAY 18
VOLTAIRE: The Cube Guys
KELSEY THEATER: The Tritones
CWS: Solemark
DADA: Bitter Blue Jays, Koffin Varnish
HULLABALOO: The Cravens
STACHE: Brendan O’hara
KILL YOUR IDOL: American Grime
RESPECTABLE STREET: Soul Fuzzy Dance Night

SATURDAY, MAY 19
VOLTAIRE: Sushi Jazz Sessions 8-11, Cabaret Voltaire House DJ’s 11-4
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Acoustic Soul
DADA: Ashiyushi & Earlyface
CWS: Jl Fulks Band
STACHE: Prohibition Peepshow Burlesque Revue
KILL YOUR IDOL: Breaks Yo!
RESPECTABLE STREET: She Wants Revenge / Black Lodge Afterparty

SUNDAY, MAY 20
VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents The Harden Project
POMPANO AMP: Brian Wilson presents Pet Sounds
CWS: Brendan O’Hara
KILL YOUR IDOL: Game Show Sunday
LOST WEEKEND: ɅɅ][×+∆PΞ feat. David Alfonsetti

MONDAY, MAY 21
DADA: Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

TUESDAY, MAY 22
DADA: Comedy Open Mic
KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Mic

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Think & Drink Trivia
DADA: Rewind Wednesday

THURSDAY, MAY 24
VOLTAIRE: Law-a-palooza
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Open Mic
DADA: Flipturn
CWS: 432 Duo
KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke with Shelley Novak

FRIDAY, MAY 25
VOLTAIRE: Citizen Badger, Mona Lisa Tribe, Cardinal Moses, Mood Swing 8-11
VOLTAIRE: MASS 12-4
FLOYD MIAMI: Skatebard
BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Jakob & Tony
DADA: Poparazzi
FILLMORE MIAMI: Nacho
STACHE: Black Friday/Black Market
HULLABALOO: Electric Red
KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
CWS: Tchaa
REVOLUTION LIVE: AWOL Nation

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