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    MONDAY, MAY 20
    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

    TUESDAY, MAY 21
    VOLTAIRE: SQUID 50% off drinks for musicians!
    DADA: Comedy Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
    DADA: Brown Bear & Fitch
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Sewerside Bombers

    THURSDAY, MAY 23
    VOLTAIRE: Eric Biddines & Malc Stewy
    CWS: Mitch Herrick
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke Circus
    O’MALLEY’S: Felix Martin & Sarah Longfield
    KELSEY THEATER: Comedian Eric Myers
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Sierra Lane

    FRIDAY, MAY 24
    VOLTAIRE: The Dog Apollo, Raised by Wolves
    THE GROUND AT CLUB SPACE: Nitzer Ebb, Liebknecht
    CWS: Fusik
    DADA: HVY CRM
    RESPECTABLE STREET: MASS
    FILLMORE MIAMI: Pedro Capo
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: The People Upstairs
    ARTS GARAGE: The Motowners’ “Get Ready” Motown Tribute
    CHURCHILLS PUB: What I Got – A Tribute to Sublime
    BREWHOUSE GALLERY: Sierra Lane and Abby Owens

    SATURDAY, MAY 25
    VOLTAIRE: Dark Tropic
    CWS: Spider Cherry
    DADA: The Haunt
    HULLABALOO: The Cravens
    KILL YOUR IDOL: The Wire
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Groovenics, Ether, The Covenne
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Franscene
    ARTS GARAGE: Yvette Norwood-Tiger Presents her “Love Is” Tour
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Death to Miami Fest ft. Pessimist

    SUNDAY, MAY 26
    VOLTAIRE: Ray’s Downtown presents JM & the Sweets
    CWS: Bonn E Maiy (A.M.) / The Basement Presents Funk Brunch (P.M.)
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Rosario Craig Trio
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    ARTS GARAGE: Flavio Silva and Break Free

    MONDAY, MAY 27
    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays

    TUESDAY, MAY 28
    VOLTAIRE: SQUID 50% off drinks for musicians!
    DADA: Comedy Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam
    ARTS GARAGE: Arts Garage Jam Session

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 29
    VOLTAIRE: RAW
    DADA: Carlos Barbacci
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Mystix

    THURSDAY, MAY 30
    VOLTAIRE: Sweet Sweet 11 hosted by Summer Gill 7pm, Calentura 10pm
    1306: Salt Cathedral, Millionyoung
    CWS: Boris Simeonov
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke Circus
    FILLMORE MIAMI: Blackbear
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Krayzie Bone
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Remyz, The Hails, Cannibal Kids, Flipturn

    FRIDAY, MAY 31
    VOLTAIRE: Spirit and the Cosmic Heart, Canvas Kid, InMotion, Rose Dickeson
    RESPECTABLE STREET: American Sigh, Humble Waters, Creature Cage
    DADA: Citizen Badger
    FILLMORE MIAMI: Americo
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Shameless Burlesque
    REVOLUTION LIVE: She Wants Revenge
    CWS: Bobby Lee Rodgers
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Spider Cherry
    ARTS GARAGE: Tito Punete Jr. – Keeping the Legacy Alive
    CHURCHILLS PUB: We are the Punx Day 1
    BREWHOUSE GALLERY: The Cravens

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