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    1/31
    SAVOR CINEMA: Float 8 presents “Floating” View Trailer

    2/2
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Homeboy Sandmand, E-Turn, Broot McCoy

    2/3-5
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: GROUND UP FESTIVAL ft Snarky Puppy, Jeff Tweedy, Silvana Estrada, Nai Palm, Isaiah Sharkey Quartet, Bassekou Kouyate, Madison Cunningham, Kurt Rosenwinkel’s Caipi, Becca Stevens & Attacca Quartet, Edmar Castaneda & Gregoire Maret, Lizz Wright, Keyon Harold, Mark Letter Group, Mirrors, Rachel Eckroth, Gisela Joao, Shaun Martin Three-O, Jamison Ross>>> READ MORE IN PUREHONEY

    2/3
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Highly Suspect, Dead Poet Society
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Black Fridays & Heavy Metal Patio
    CULTURE ROOM: Gaelic Storm
    BROWARD CENTER OF PERFORMING ARTS: The Young Dubliners
    PROPAGANDA: Medal Militia (Metallica Trib), Ghost of War (Slayer Trib), Black Denim Rage

    2/4
    KRAVIS CENTER: Tom Rush w. Matt Nakoa
    RESOURCE DEPOT: Waste to Wonder Artist Workshop
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Live Music Community
    BAR NANCY: Nil Lara
    PROPAGANDA: Like Pirates, Tiger Sunset, Mount Sinai

    2/5
    KRAVIS CENTER: Jimmy Webb

    2/7
    PROPAGANDA: Artificial Brain, Crossspitter, Godrot, Amenorrhea

    2/8
    CULTURE ROOM: St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Rett Madison

    2/9
    BAR NANCY: Stereo Joule

    2/10
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Koffin Kats
    CULTURE ROOM: Matt Nathanson, Stephen Kellogg
    BAR NANCY: My Bloody Valentine / Metal Show
    PROPAGANDA: Rize, Eternal Punishment, Irra’s One, Papillon

    2/11
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: Dranoff Foundation West African Beats: “2 Pianos & Steel Pan Band” ft Leon Foster Thomas
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Nirvanna (Trib), Blink-180 Deuz (Trib)
    CULTURE ROOM: Soulfly, Bodybox, Half Heard Voices
    MARTIN ARTSFEST: Brett Staska

    2/12
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: Miami Children’s Chorus “Encounters” w Juraj Kojs, Pioneer Winter Collective Dance Co.

    2/15
    GRAMPS: Show Me the Body>>> READ MORE IN PUREHONEY
    BAR NANCY: Alexa Lash

    2/16
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: Palo! North Beach Social ft Cuban funk, celebration of Wolfsonian FIU’s exhibit “Turn the Beat Around:
    CULTURE ROOM: Fitz & the Tantrums, Babyjake
    BAR NANCY: Ricky Valido and The Hialeah Hillbillies

    2/17
    PROPAGANDA: Homesick Alien, Ex Monarchs, Blabscam, Big Child

    2/18
    OAK GROVE PARK: A Great Day at OGP ft Emeline Michel, Inez Barlatier, Papaloko, Sanba Zao, Spam Allstars, Cortadito>>> READ MORE IN PUREHONEY
    RESPECTABLE STREET: intimate
    BAR NANCY: Molly Takedown
    PROPAGANDA: Mind Virus, God Rot, PoC, Voidrium

    2/19
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Supersuckers, Miss Michigan

    2/20
    REVOLUTION LIVE: August Burns Red, The Devil Wears Prada, Bleed from Within

    2/21
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: Big Thief>>> READ MORE IN PUREHONEY
    REVOLUTION LIVE: The Wonder Years, Hot Mulligan, Carly Cosgrove

    2/24
    REVOLUTION LIVE: Dave Matthews Trib, Spred the Dub
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Gimme Gimme Disco
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: Orchestra Miami, Beethoven on the Beach
    RESOURCE DEPOT: ReFashion Weekend VIP Preview Party
    HARD ROCK LIVE: KC & the Sunshine Band
    BAR NANCY: Alexa & The Old Fashioneds
    PROPAGANDA: Winter Goth Fest

    2/25 & 26
    RIVERFRONT PLAZA JACKSONVILLE: WINTERLAND V ft The Dandy Warhols, Os Mutantes, Sudan Archives, Sasami, The Nude Party, Gustaf, Jacuzzi Boys>>> READ MORE IN PUREHONEY

    2/25
    KRAVIS @ RINKER PLAYHOUSE: Martha Redbone
    REVOLUTION LIVE: FTL Taco & Margarita Festival
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Emo Night Brooklyn
    RESOURCE DEPOT: ReFashion Weekend Fill-A-Bag Shopping Spree
    BAR NANCY: Erotic Exotic, Chaos in the Veil, Element 104
    PROPAGANDA: Winter Goth Fest Day 2

    2/26
    KRAVIS @ RINKER PLAYHOUSE: Martha Redbone
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: Drag Brunch, South Beach Wine & Food Festival

    2/28
    MIAMI BEACH BANDSHELL: South Florida Symphony Orchestra
    POMPANO AMP: Wille Nelson

    3/3
    GUANABANAS: Brett Staska

    3/6-12
    VIRGINIA KEY: Virginia Key Grassroots Festival of Music & Dance ft Donna the Buffalo, Dayme Arocena, Marlow Rosado, Ram Haiti, Jorge Glem, The Bones of JR Jones, Munir Hossn, Cortadito, Eva Peroni, Pepe Montes Conjunto, Richie Stearns, Machaka, Jose Albizu Jazz Sextet, Tand, The Resolvers, Cosmic Collective, Afrobeta, Miami Bloco, Fabi, Matthew Sabatella String Band Tamboka, Rebel Love, School of Rock N. Miami, Living Arts Dancewave, Vicious Fishes, Maddy Walsh & Miami Whizzdom, Don Martyr>>> READ MORE IN PUREHONEY

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