When we said that 2020 was going to be big year for Miami, we meant immediately. Not only are there some incredible things coming to us this year, but even in its first few weeks, the new decade is proving to be our hometown’s most colorful yet. Hardly a day passes without a handful of conflicting things to do, from poetry reading by the nation’s best emerging voices or film festivals focused on dance, to intimate concerts by powerful budding artists and exhibition openings for every taste. Take a deep dive into the rest of January below:

Thursday, January 16th:

Matriarchy at The Anderson Miami – The debut of our new local she-jay monthly showcase. Residents: Laura De Miami, Beki Powell, Mau + Amigas. Ladies Night @ The Anderson.
Where: The Anderson. Time: 8PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Workshop: Exploring the Future of Sound – Join us at Sweat Records for a conversation about the past, present, and future of SOUND. The Workshop is a free monthly series that engages local musicians and artists in conversations that help shape the future of Miami’s creativity. Please join us in conversation with Andrew Yeomanson aka DJ Le Spam of the Spam Allstars and our friends at Sweat Records to explore the recorded sounds of the past, the present, and our hypothesis of what the future may hold!
Where: Sweat Records. Time: 7PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

The Sweetest 16 – A celebration of Aaliyah and Sade! R&B tunes all night by Got Now and Gorilla Tek and Karaoke hosted by RnBae. See you there baes!
Where: Technique Records. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Free.

Double Stubble with HPAC – Get LIT with the killer queens and foxy kings of Double Stubble! We are so glad that Health Promotion And Care – HPAC will be joining us for the first time!! HPAC is a clinical research program at the University of Miami dedicated to the development and study of interventions related to behavioral aspects of physical health, with a focus on HIV prevention and treatment!
Where: Gramps. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Free.

15 Years of Cuban Dance for Camera – Please join Miami Light Project for ScreenDance Miami Festival 2020’s presentation short films – 15 Years of Cuban Dance for Camera, in partnership with International Festival of Videodance DVDanza Habana, Movement and City (Cuba)!
Where: Light Box. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.


Friday, January 17th:

Tamiami Orchid Festival – Seventy national and international orchid growers and allied product vendors come together under one roof to offer an amazing assortment of exotic orchids and orchid-related products.
Where: Miami-Dade County Fair Grounds. Time: January 17th – 19th. Tickets: At the door – $12 | Kids under 12 – Free

Bendleggers – Join us for Happy Hour at The Bend Liquor Lounge to celebrate our first new #bookbox install of the decade! As always: 1) Everyone gets one book for free! 2) We accept trades – a book for a book. 3) Each additional book is $2.
Where: The Bend. Time: 6PM. Tickets: Free.

ScreenDance Miami – Awarded Best Festival in Miami New Times – ScreenDance Miami, presented by Miami Light Project, is a festival that takes place each January at various venues in Miami and Miami Beach. The festival which offers skill-developing workshops, panel discussions and screenings, is moving into its seventh year with continued direction by Pioneer Winter.
Where: Multiple locations. Time: January 17th – 19th. Tickets: Get em here.

Tyree Daye & Gabrielle Calvocoressi – Tyree Daye is a poet from Youngsville, North Carolina. He is the author of two poetry collections River Hymns 2017 APR/Honickman First Book Prize winner and Cardinal forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press 2020. Daye most recently was awarded a 2019 Whiting Writers Award. Gabrielle Calvocoressi is the author of The Last Time I Saw Amelia Earhart, Apocalyptic Swing (a finalist for the LA Times Book Prize), and Rocket Fantastic, winner of the Audre Lorde Award for Lesbian Poetry. Calvocoressi’s poems have been published or are forthcoming in numerous magazines and journals including The New York Times and Tin House.
Where: Life House Little Havana. Time: 7PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Program Two: I’m Old Fashioned – Be captivated by the romance of Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth gliding alongside MCB dancers in ‘I’m Old Fashioned’; the haunting vocals of 60s songbird Dinah Washington will take your breath away in ‘This Bitter Earth’; the beloved and brilliant Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux is an 8 minute marvel of ballet technique, and the colorful, lightning-fast ‘Symphonic Dances’ will have you on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next.
Where: South Florida. Time: January 17th – 26th. Tickets: Get em here.

Miami City Ballet

JAZZ is PHSH / Jan 17th / The Kelsey Theater with Guavatron – JAZZ is PHSH is an instrumental tribute to Phish inspired by the popular tribute to The Grateful Dead, “Jazz is Dead”. This is a collective of prominent musicians from the Jazz and Jam scenes that have come together in their appreciation of Phish music to reimagine Phish in an instrumental, jazz fusion setting.
Where: The Kelsey Theater. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Nd_baumecker [Ostgut Ton] & Anshaw Black at ATV Records – We’ve been looking to hosting nd_baumecker’s Miami debut since the Pickle was open so we’re thrilled to have a place for him at ATV. And with a proper release off OMNIDISC under his belt, it’s only fitting that Anshaw Black is in town to support. nd_baumecker’s sets have long been known to heads as a foundational part of the Berghain / Panorama Bar’s identity: deep, unpredictable, funky, bassline-heavy, melodic, and seamless flowing between different rhythms and key-changes.
Where: ATV Records. Time: 11PM. Tickets: Get tickets.

Saturday, January 18th:

Synchronized Swimming with Baptist Health & The New Tropic – Get Your Feet Wet with The New Tropic and Baptist Health. Dip your toes into the water and try something new with The New Tropic and Baptist Health. Together we want to try out a new fitness class: synchronized swimming! Taught by an instructor of the famous Aqualillies, the fitness class will teach skills and techniques used in synchronized swimming that provide an amazing workout.
Where: Hilton Miami Dadeland. Time: 9:30AM. Tickets: Get em here.

Rise & SoulShine 2020! – Rise And SouShine! Complimentary Yoga by the bay.
Where: Bayfront Park. Time: 10AM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Art Deco Weekend: On the Cutting Edge – Hildreth Meière’s murals, mosaics, and stained-glass windows beautify some of the most iconic buildings in New York, yet few today know her name. A prominent designer in an industry dominated by men, Meière introduced America to the modernism of Art Deco through her commissions for St. Bartholomew’s Church, Radio City Music Hall, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the PWA (Public Works Administration). Join Kathleen Murphy Skolnik, co-author of “The Art Deco Murals of Hildreth Meière,” as she discusses Meière’s work and the business savvy that propelled her 40-year career forward—right through the art world’s glass ceiling, but somehow not into most history books.
Where: Wolfsonian-FIU. Time: 1PM. Tickets: Get em here.


Sunset Beach Volleyball & BBQ – It’s time to take in the perfect weather that comes during a Miami winter with an epic sunset Beach Volleyball Bash. We’re taking over the North Beach Bandshell volleyball courts in true sand-loving tradition, so it’s time to get your team together and partake in friendly games. While you watch the games, enjoy other fun activities like a beachside warmup and DJ set by local favorite Laura of Miami. Enjoy BBQ cookouts by beloved eateries, refreshing sips, and delicious lounges to ease both the losses and the victories.
Where: North Beach Bandshell Volleyball Courts. Time: 2PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Art Deco Weekend: Building Women – For a long time in architecture, men were building a man’s world. But who were the women quietly revolutionizing the field? Enter Marion Mahony Griffin and Margaret Staal-Kropholler, early 20th-century pioneers of architecture’s Prairie and Amsterdam School styles, respectively. Listen as Wolfsonian curators Silvia Barisione and Shoshana Resnikoff profile Griffin, an unsung force behind Frank Lloyd Wright and one of the first licensed female architects in the world, and Staal-Kropholler, the first to professionally practice in the Netherlands.
Where: Wolfsonian-FIU. Time: 6PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Nii Tei’s Groove Tour Experience – Join Nii Tei and the Coconut Groove tribe as they embark on a curated musical tour through the heart of Coconut Grove while raising money for a great cause! 5 stops, 10 DJs. Combo Ticket includes 5 free drinks (1 for each spot during the designated time) as well as some donated goodies. Proceeds from these ticket sales will benefit the Castaways Against Cancer.
Where: Coconut Grove. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Laser Evenings – From Pink Floyd to Daft Punk, we’re fusing music from some of the greatest artists of our time with old-school laser light visuals—all under the Planetarium’s 67-foot dome. Featuring Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Radiohead, Bob Marley, and Pink Floyd.
Where: Frost Science. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.

New Order – The legendary outfit comes to The Fillmore for a multi-night residency.
Where: The Fillmore. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Marcellus Pittman & Rick Wilhite by Extra Credit – Music is a really precious thing. Two Detroit names, one hidden Miami room! Marcellus Pittman makes dance music out of the spaces in between. When other children were playing combat with G.I. Joe action figures in the early 80’s, Detroit native Marcellus “Malik” Pittman was playing his radio at maximum volume, listening to the sounds of “the Wizzard” and the “Electrifying Mojo”, in addition to the jazz outputs of Rosetta Hines.
Where: Floyd Miami. Time: 11PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Sunday, January 19th:

Warrior Flow at Time Out Market Miami – Join Adrian Molina, founder of Warrior Flow and The Warrior Flow Foundation in partnership with Time Out Market Miami for this unique opportunity to practice yoga across a 17,000 square feet curated food hall that packs 17 kitchens, three bars, a demo cooking area and a video installation wall with soothing imagery that together make up the best combination of wellness, culture, and culinary experiences that Miami has to offer.
Where: Time Out Market. Time: 10AM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Deering Estate

Picnic in the Park – Spend a relaxing day with your family and friends at the Deering Estate! Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the main lawn, explore the grounds and take a guided tour of the historic houses and natural areas. Guests can also enjoy the final day of Affair en Plein Air, a juried, outdoor painting experience with GroveHouse Artists from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Artists will be painting scenes on-site and in the “open and full air” at the Deering Estate.
Where: The Deering Estate. Time: 10AM. Tickets: $10 for adults & $7 for children, ages 4-14. Free for Deering Estate Foundation Members.

Voice & Guitar Under The Stars – Join your neighbors for another great event at the Normandy Fountain – a glamorous evening under the stars! All day, free-to-all, family and pet-friendly, event beginning with an artisan market and continuing into the evening with live performances featuring: Voice: Carla Bordonada, Special Guest: Elsten Torres, Guitar: Rolando Grooscors & DJ Eddy.
Where: Normandy Isle Fountain. Time: 1PM. Tickets: Free.

Sundays in the Park: Where Earth Meets Sky Performance – Choreographer and AIRIE Fellow 2018 Dale Andree will activate the shores of Long Pine Key with the premiere of a new dance performance, focusing on tempo and the flow of movement that comes with congregating and separating. Inspired by the incredible connection between the earth and the sky, made apparent through the reflecting waters of the Everglades, dancers will ebb and flow between the audience and the landscape.
Where: Long Pine Key Campsite. Time: 1PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Art Deco Weekend: Deco Through Dance – We’re closing out Art Deco Weekend at The Wolf with a bang! Deco enthusiasts are invited for a special encore of #CorporealDecorum, choreographer Liony Garcia’s research-based dance piece inspired by Miami Beach’s iconic Art Deco architecture. Presented with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor, and Board of County Commissioners.
Where: Wolfsonian-FIU. Time: 4:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Melt Method: A Yin Yoga & Sound Journey – As an answer to our very active “yang” lifestyle, Yin Yoga is the perfect anecdote to slow down, connect and get in tune with our body’s and minds. Yin offers a much deeper access to the body and to the emotions. It is a more meditative approach with a physical focus much deeper than Yang like practices. Here the practitioner is trying to access the deeper tissues such as the connective tissue and fascia and many of the postures focus on areas that encompass a joint (hips, sacrum, spine). As one ages flexibility in the joints decreases and Yin yoga is a wonderful way to maintain that flexibility.
Where: The Standard. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Ashiyushi Presents: BENTO BOX – ASHI BOOKING PRESENTS BENTO BOX 2020, a new monthly hiphop community nite with live acts & cypher jamz.
Where: Las Rosas. Time: 10PM. Tickets: Free.

Monday, January 20th:

Marlon Craft, Bobby Feeno, and Y. K. Hamilton at Gramps – Endoxa Booking & Breakeven Booking Present: Marlon Craft, Bobby Feeno, and Y. K. Hamilton.
Where: Gramps. Time: 8PM. Tickets: get em here.

Miami New Times

Miami Jazz Jam & Theatre de Underground Open Mic 2020! – Join us Monday January 20th for the Miami Jazz Jam & Theatre de Underground Open Mic! Featuring the Fernando Ulibarri Group and surprise guests. Outback on the patio it’s open mic with Theatre de Underground hosted by Taylor Davis!
Where: Churchill’s Pub. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Tuesday, January 21st:

Linoleum Printmaking – Explore all the technical and aesthetic aspects of relief printmaking. We will carve an image into linoleum with cutting tools and then hand rub our prints using a wooden spoon and/or baren. The distinctions between artist proofs and limited edition prints will be covered while exploring the many applications of this process. All materials will be provided. Just bring your willingness to learn and a 5” x 7” [or smaller] drawing that you’d like to transform into a beautiful linoleum print. No previous printmaking experience is required.
Where: Oolite Arts. Time: 3PM – 6PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Puccini’s Madama Butterfly – A love affair goes horribly wrong in a fateful collision of East and West. Set in 1890’s Japan, Puccini’s exotic opera is a heartbreaking story of betrayal, abandonment, and sacrifice. Starring internationally acclaimed soprano Sandra Lopez as Cio-Cio-San who has toured with Andrea Bocelli, and proclaimed “gifted young tenor” by the New York Times, Grammy Award-winner Joshua Guerrero as Lt. Pinkerton. This devastating saga is one of the most beloved operas of all time.
Where: Arsht Center. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Wednesday, January 22nd:

VAMOS a La PLAYA on Klangbox.fm – #VALP is back on the global airwaves after a super duper long hiatus. Join Vamos a La Playa | Laura (of Miami) every WEDNESDAY from 5-7pm Miami time or 23:00 Euro time on http://klangbox.fm (mobile or desktop). ☯ Italo ☯ house classics ☯ breaks ☯ proto-techno ☯ acid vibes ☯ new beat ☯ drug chug ☯ rave wave ☯ kitsch trance ☯ guilty pleasures ☯ leftfield ditties ☯ and more ☯
Where: Klangbox.fm. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free.

Opening Reception: Hypersensitive Romantic – Join us in celebration of the opening of the first exhibition of the year and Diego Gutierrez’s first solo show, curated by Amy Galpin. In his rigorous studio practice, Diego Gutierrez questions the function of painting. Synthesizing varied art-historical approaches, he pushes formal boundaries by tearing surfaces, adding sculptural elements, and reworking subject matter obsessively. Through this dedicated process, he investigates the construction of meaning and ruminates on how his work exists in his studio versus in a public setting, where it might be activated by viewers in unexpected ways.
Where: Oolite Arts. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Prism Presents: Sammy Rae & The Friends – Our PRISM PRESENTS concert series is back to ring in 2020 in style at one of our favorite local spots, Gramps. We’re excited to bring the exceptionally talented, multi-disciplinary singer and producer all the way from Connecticut by way of Brooklyn: Sammy Rae & The Friends!
Where: Gramps. Time: 8PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Sammy Rae

Thursday, January 23rd:

MASS District Resident Artists Open Studio Night During FTLADW – We are excited to bring to you the MASS District Open Studio Night featuring resident MASS District Members during Fort Lauderdale Art & Design Week 2020. An intimate evening providing opportunities for discovery and engagement with the resident artists that make #MASSdistrict the arts district it has become!
Where: Mass Art District, Fort Lauderdale. Time: 6PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

3MA: Ballake Sissoko, Driss El-Maloumi, Rajery – 3MA is the meeting of three African string-instrument virtuosi; generous artists who share a reciprocal dialogue and a beautiful friendship. Malian kora magician Ballaké Sissoko; the Moroccan maestro of the oud Driss El Maloumi and the Malagasy valiha artist Rajery. Driven by the pleasure of an exceptional musical relationship, they have met regularly since, their joyful reunions also enriching their illustrious solo careers.
Where: The Light Box. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Friday, January 24th:

14th Annual Chocolate Garden – Discover and experience chocolate beyond your wildest dreams. Join us for a three day celebration of all things chocolate! Wander the garden to discover one delicious chocolate adventure after another. Order a mouthwatering milkshake blended by Whip’n Dip at the Fresh from Fairchild Marketplace. Love nostalgic movie treats? Head to Cinema au Chocolat featuring “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”. Enjoy a pairing of Sweets & Spirits at the Mixology Lab. Get pampered at the Choco Spa. Create abstract chocolate spin art and experience chocolate face painting. Learn from powerhouse pastry chefs and chocolatiers at The Garden Kitchen. Shop away at the Artisan village and food hall. How about chocolate science? We’ve got that too! Purchase ice cream banana plants, cacao trees, and chocolate orchids. And so much more!
Where: Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Time: January 24th – 26th. Tickets: Get em here.

Antibalas in Hollywood, FL – Brooklyn’s own Afropop-funk-dance big band Antibalas, is probably your favorite band’s favorite band. The 12-piece plus ensemble ranges freely through all kinds of funk, Afro-Cuban music, loping rhythms of Ethiogroove, Caribbean dance, punk rock, and extraplanetary cosmic jazz. And that’s in addition to having been credited with introducing Afrobeat (in the tradition of the late Nigerian saxophonist, singer, bandleader and activist Fela Kuti) to a global audience.
Where: Hollywood ArtsPark. Time: 7PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Palo Santo Live! – Palo Santo is back at the Beard bringing some more Tropi-Rock on Friday 1/24/2020 @8pm. Join us for some Rock, Cumbia, Reggae and Funk, so fun all night long. No cover charge.
Where: Lincoln’s Beard. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Free.

Nu Deco at Citadel ft. Hurray For The Riff Raff – Nu Deco is back at The Citadel with for a night of music by Steven Freund, Caroline Shaw, and Jonathan Bailey Holland, a special collaboration with the eclectic indie-ensemble Hurray for the Riff Raff, and the music of Fleetwood Mac.
Where: The Citadel Music Venue. Time: January 24th & 25th. Tickets: Get em here.

Black Lips, Plastic Pinks. Palomino Blond & Danny Kokomo – Heroes Live Entertainment presents: The Black Lips **Record Release Show** with Plastic Pinks, Palomino Blond & DJ sets by Danny Kokomo of Jacuzzi Boys. Party with one of the Peach State’s wildest bands!
Where: The Ground. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Saturday, January 25th:

Fine Arts Festival – Join us at the most beautiful art show located at Pinecrest Gardens among the winding paths and exotic foliage of our botanical garden. The 17th Annual South Motors Fine Arts Festival is home to a generous representation of art that includes painting, sculpture, mixed media, photography, handcrafted jewelry and wearable art.
Where: Pinecrest Gardens. Time: january 25th & 26th. Tickets: Free.

Wedding Spot

Exhibition Opening – Join us for the opening of our spring exhibitions! We have three exciting shows that explore ecology, technology, and the power of human connection, including “Transitional Nature: Hudson River School Paintings from the David and Laura Grey Collection;” “Liu Shiyuan: Opaque Pollination;” and “Terence Price II: Never Ending Gardens.”
Where: Frost Art Museum. Time: 4PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Daybreaker MIA // DUSK: Chinese New Year – So together on the sandy shores of Faena Beach, let’s dance to all the resolutions and fresh starts that bud with the magical New Year… Soaking in sunset skies and ocean views, we’ll refresh with a collective yoga sesh’ and Twin Hearts Meditation before blasting off into the stratosphere with a beach dance party to rock Spaceship Earth.
Where: Faena Miami Beach. Time: 4:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Entering Sacred Grounds— Charo Oquet – For her solo project at Dimensions Variable (DV), artist Charo Oquet will be creating an immersive installation in our main gallery that will be activated by two performances and a conversation.
Where: Dimensions Variable. Time: 6PM. Tickets: Free.

FORTUNATE YOUTH & PASSAFIRE w/ ARTIKAL SOUND SYSTEM – Deuterman Productions Present: FORTUNATE YOUTH & PASSAFIRE w/ Artikal Sound SystemFortunate Youth is a collective of five outstanding musicians/producers who have taken the worldwide music scene by storm. Spreading inspirational messages of Peace, Love, and Unity, Fortunate Youth connects music lovers from all over the world, creating a global family of positivity and progressive ideals.
Where: North Beach Bandshell. Time: 6PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Sobremesa 2020 – The holiday season is officially said and done, but at Sobremesa the party has just begun. All of life is a celebration, and we intend to act upon it. Join us for another night of dancing, dinner, desserts, drinks, new friends, old friends, and a warm and fuzzy feeling inside and out.
Where: 3380 Douglas Rd. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Sounds in the Hall ft. TGTG – Enjoy a special acoustic set by TGTG. Join us every Saturday night from 7pm – 10pm for live music in The Citadel Food Hall. We feature local musicians playing acoustic and singer-songwriter style sets that are perfect to enjoy with friends and family.
Where: The Citadel. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Free.

Intergalactic Gary by SAFE & ATV – After a bit of a hiatus following the closing of the Electric Pickle, SAFE makes its return to Miami with ATV Records as its new home, bringing one of our favorites from the Netherlands: Intergalactic Gary.
Where: ATV Records. Time: 11PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Sunday, January 26th:

Goat Yoga: Get Down With The Kids – Join The New Tropic in partnership with Baptist Health South Florida and the FIU Pre-Veterinary Society for a morning yoga session…with goats! Take your yoga experience to the next level with baby goats (kids) climbing on your back and jumping around as you do the cobra pose. Guaranteed to make you smile and laugh at least once during your time with us.
Where: 6900 SW 122nd Ave. Time: 9:30AM. Tickets: Get em here.

Diego Gutierrez: Open Up with Roomful of Teeth – Diego Gutierrez: Open Up is a special musical performance inspired by the artist’s solo exhibition Hypersensitive Romantic, featuring Roomful of Teeth in their Miami debut. Roomful of Teeth is a GRAMMY-winning vocal ensemble dedicated to reimagining the expressive potential of the human voice. Through study with masters from vocal traditions the world over, the eight-voice ensemble continually expands its vocabulary of singing techniques and, through an ongoing commissioning process, forges a new repertoire without borders.
Where: Faena Miami Beach. Time: 10:30AM. Tickets: Get em here.

Flamingo Flea

Flamingo Flea | Vendors, Live Music, Craft Beer and More – Bringing handmade vibes to Tarpon River Brewing Sunday, January 26th 12 PM – 4 PM. Spend your Sunday surrounded by local creatives showcasing the best vintage, jewelry, skincare, upcycled clothing, homewares, craft batched foods, and handmade accessories in South Florida. Bike, walk, scoot, or drive over.
Where: Tarpon River Brewing. Time: 12PM. Tickets: Free.

Habitat Young Professionals’ Sunday Funday! – HYP’s Sunday Funday event is the perfect way to enjoy a Sunday and give back to a great local organization! Join Habitat Young Professionals for our third annual Sunday Funday for a Cause! Expect a full day of fun patio games, brunch cocktails and good eats all for a great cause – Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami. The event will be taking place at the exquisite Muze at MET in downtown Miami.
Where: Muze at MET. Time: 2PM. Tickets: Get em here.

The Love Tempo – Hot off the back of a superb party at Melinda’s last month Love Tempo is rolling in strong with another lineup of hometown heat. This day-into-night disco boogie funk extravaganza and record fair is going down Sunday January 26th from 3PM to 1AM. Bring your record bag, dancing shoes and appetite, we’re got you covered.
Where: Melinda’s. Time: 3PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Australia Brushfire Relief Sausage Sizzle – Join the Aussies behind beloved local hang, Threefold Cafe, as they take over Giralda Plaza for a day of support to Australia’s heartbreaking brushfires. Donate to the cause, explore delicacies by local businesses and partners, and enjoy delicious sausages by Threefold and Miami Smokers all day.
Where: Threefold Cafe – Giralda Plaza. Time: 4PM – 8PM. Tickets: Free.

Arroz Con Mango! A Marketplace! Feat. Birdman’s Clambake! – It’s Time for ARROZ CON MANGO! Every Last SUNDAY of the Month 5-9pm…Get ready for Tremendo ARROZ CON MANGO at Bar Nancy. A MARKETPLACE! Featuring Cocktails, Yummy Bites, Vegan Delights, Crafts, Art and Sweet Vibes! Also Featuring LIVE MUSIC by BIRDMAN’S CLAMBAKE.
Where: Bar Nancy. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free.

Wynwood Film Series – The Matrix – Popular independent film theater O Cinema is returning to Wynwood with the Wynwood Film Series, monthly pop-up screenings throughout the neighborhood in partnership with the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID). The showings will take place on the last Sunday of each month at different venues throughout the arts district.
Where: GROWynwood. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Monday, January 27th:

No Requests at The Anderson Miami – NO REQUESTS is a multi genre listening style party, with an improvised DJ set by CUSH CREATION. Come with an open mind and expect the unexpected! No Cover.
Where: The Anderson. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Free.

Gender Blender – Named Miami’s #1 Queer Party by New Times 2018 – Gender Blender is a monthly queer night mixing rowdy rock and roll, drag queens, kings and performances from every color of the spectrum at Las Rosas. The event is Miami’s only party dedicated to showcasing lgbtq+ musicians and talent.
Where: Las Rosas. Time: 10PM. Tickets: Free.

Genuine SOMM SLAMM – The corks are coming off with contenders Advanced Sommelier Daniel Toral of Florida Wine Company vs. Head Sommelier Amanda Fraga of The Genuine Hospitality Group at Tigertail + Mary! A little friendly Coconut Grove competition… and you win no matter what! Join co-hosts chef-owner Michael Schwartz and ceo-emcee Sunil Bhatt for a friendly tête-à-tête including dinner with passed snacks & 3 courses, all with wine pairings!
Where: Tigertail + Mary. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Haute Residence

Tuesday, January 28th:

Breakfast With Hope: Readings On Well-Being – Join the Books & Books team and Hope Torrents at 8 am in Coral Gables for an hour of Book Discussions + Breakfast! Hope will be discussing Julie Yip-Williams’ – The Unwinding of the Miracle: A Memoir of Life, Death, and Everything That Comes After. Members take 20% off their purchase! Breakfast and discussion will begin at 8am sharp and will wrap up by 9am so that attendees have time to get to the office or wherever they’re headed.
Where: Books & Books. Time: 8AM. Tickets: Get em here.

Chinese New Year Celebration – Join is to celebrate the Chinese new year with a special “Emperor’s Feast” prepared by chefs Manuel Cabeza and Raymond Li.
Where: Palmar. Time: 6PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit – Special guest Hayes Carll. Since his national emergence nearly two decades ago as a young guitar slinger for the Drive-By Truckers, roots-rocker Jason Isbell has emerged as one of the most respected songwriters of his generation. As a solo artist and with his crack band, The 400 Unit, the Alabama native has received four Grammy Awards and nine Americana Music Awards.
Where: Charles F. Dodge City Center. Time: 7:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Wednesday, January 29th:

VAMOS a La PLAYA on Klangbox.fm – #VALP is back on the global airwaves after a super duper long hiatus. Join Vamos a La Playa | Laura (of Miami) every WEDNESDAY from 5-7pm Miami time or 23:00 Euro time on http://klangbox.fm (mobile or desktop). ☯ Italo ☯ house classics ☯ breaks ☯ proto-techno ☯ acid vibes ☯ new beat ☯ drug chug ☯ rave wave ☯ kitsch trance ☯ guilty pleasures ☯ leftfield ditties ☯ and more ☯
Where: Klangbox.fm. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free.

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog – In 1927, Alfred Hitchcock directed a silent film inspired by the Jack the Ripper murders, starring an ambiguously appealing Ivor Novello. The long-form title not only situates the film in a smoky, sensuous atmosphere, but summons immediately the opaque moral compass at the heart of the plot. The Lodger is generally acknowledged to be the one where Hitchcock found his voice: that distinctive combination of death and fetishism, trick shots and music-hall humor, intense menace and elegant camerawork that assured his place among cinema’s giants. The film has been remade four times, alas, none to match the original.
Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Get em here.

The Amparo Experience | A Panel Discussion – Join us for an informal conversation with the author, director, producers, and cast members of the immersive play, “Amparo.” The work is a theatrical journey into the legacy of the Arechabala family, the creators of Havana Club rum, originally produced in Cárdenas, Cuba. Set in the late 1950s, the play led its audience through and around a historic mansion in downtown Miami and recreated the experience of the Arechabalas during the Cuban Revolution. The show debuted in New York in 2018 and in Miami during 2019. With Vanessa Garcia, Victoria Collado, George Cabrera, Paul Ramirez, and Bertha Leal.
Where: FIU Management & Advanced Research Center. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Free.


Where: 27 Restaurant. Time: 8PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Airbnb Intimate Concert! Ryan Rachal/ Remyz/ Soulpax! – Join us for an Airbnb Intimate Concert Hosted by Ryan Rachal! An Evening where Locals meet Travelers for a Beautiful Night of Miami Best Talents! Special Guests…REMYZ and SOULPAX!
Where: Bar Nancy. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Free.

Thursday, January 30th:

Night of Ideas: Being alive – Être vivant – Estar Vivos – Join us for the first Miami edition of Night of Ideas! The evening will include discussions, presentations, and conclude with a screening of LES MISERABLES at the Coral Gables Cinema.
Where: Books & Books. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free.

Cortadito at Tina Hills Pavilion – Join the official Super Bowl LIV festivities at Bayfront Park’s Tina Hills Pavilion Thursday, January 30, 5 p.m. Catch the Cortadito quintet live in downtown Miami!
Where: Tina Hills Pavilion. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free.

Mind Body Spirit Reading Circle – Coconut Grove – The Coconut Grove Mind, Body, Spirit Reading Circle is a space to connect with others in the path of constant learning and spiritual evolution. It provides an opportunity to ground your mind and explore books from our mind body and spirit section in a guided discussion setting. This reading circle begins with a short centering meditation, followed by reading and discussion of the book chosen. It ends with a guided meditation and reflection. This reading circle is ideal for those interested in yoga, meditation, spirituality and of course, reading. The reading circle will meet every LAST THURSDAY of the month.
Where: Books & Books Coconut Grove. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Free.

This End Up ↑ ft. Patrick Walsh and Friends – We meet again under the tangerine sky for another edition of #ThisEndUpMiami. Resident DJ Patrick Walsh spins your weekly dose of funk, disco, balearic and house tunes on The Citadel Rooftop.
Where: The Citadel. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Free.

Las Comadres Pop-Up Social – What would it feel like to TRUST and ENJOY having a community of soulful women entrepreneurs that SUPPORT you as you start and grow your dreams? Las Comadres is a community of women entrepreneurs uplifting one another in life and business. Whether you are dreaming of starting your own business, or you know that you need community to continue to grow – we’ve got your back.
Where: The Citadel. Time: 7PM. Tickets: RSVP here.

Double Stubble with TransSocial – Get LIT with the killer queens and foxy kings of Double Stubble! We are delighted to welcome back Transsocial to share the amazing work they do for the Trans community! With Residents DJ Hottpants, Mystic Bill, Terence Tabeau. Performances by King Femme *BDay*, Mx. Mango, Petty Boop, and Vex the Thing.
Where: Gramps. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Free.

Friday, January 31st:

Urban Sketching Workshop – Discover the diverse excitement of South Beach on Historic Lincoln Road! Learn how to break down the complex information you see into a simple composition. We will explore perspective, design, focal points, framing the scene as well as adding figures to enliven your drawing. Various media will be explored and will discuss organizing an art supply kit, so you will be ready to sketch anytime.
Where: Oolite Arts. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.

Oolite Arts

H2-Om: Brand New Energy for 2020 – Join Patricia Pinto for a transformative vinyasa and Yoga Nidra experience designed to shift your energy in preparation for a powerful 2020. Our bodies hold on to energy by means of worry, stress and uncomfortable memories, which are then stored in our chakras, or energy centers. A carefully designed vinyasa flow will free your body of these stagnant energies and create the space to welcome the new as you move and sweat with powerful music and careful instruction. Class culminates in a potent yoga Nidra practice designed to help you release these energies and welcome new shifts in your life. A perfect way to start 2020.
Where: The Standard. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Free.

Tigermilk 2020 – 2 Year Anniv. Pop-Up Party! – Hey there! We are happy to announce the return of Tigermilk 2020! Please join us on Friday, January 31st as we celebrate our 2 year anniversary launch party and Josef’s 40th birthday! Bar Nancy – Doors 9pm – Dj’s Ray Milian & Tommy Gunn.
Where: Bar Nancy. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Free.

Young Marco at ATV Records – Known for his provocative style and fearless eclecticism, Young Marco has risen to be among the finest of the Netherlands’ DJ exports. The Dutchman’s talents are widely known around the World. His position as a crate digger, record collector and infamous party-starter now guarantees a packed schedule of gigs in Europe, North America and beyond. His passion for working a dancefloor with “strange music” and “unclassics” is renowned, and it’s this that makes his sets so special.
Where: ATV Records. Time: 11PM. Tickets: Get em here.

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