Thanksgiving is already here and the week of the famed holiday is a great time to reunite with extended family and old friends. If you’re looking for some ways to get out on the town this week, here are just a few of our favorites:

Thank you Miami Comedy Night

Kick off the week with a good laugh today, November 22nd. Miami Comedy will be taking over at the freshly opened Thank You Miami Cocina & Beerhouse. Craft beer, good food, and local standup comedians await. MORE INFO

Rum & Bass

For five years now, Coyo Taco and their backyard “speakeasy” have been throwing some serious parties. One of our favorites is the weekly Tuesday night throw down, Rum & Bass. It’s high energy, features serious sets by beloved local DJs, and of course, a whole lot of rum. MORE INFO

The 18th Annual ’80s Prom

This Wednesday, November 24th, head over to Oasis Wynwood for a Thanksgiving Eve tradition since 2003. The 18th Annual ’80s Prom, presented by Sweat Records and Vagabond-At-Large, will take you back in time. We’re talking ’80s pop, hip hop, new wave, post-punk, and so much more.  MORE INFO

Photo via Jitney Books

SoundScape Cinema Series

With some cooler weather rolling in this week, a movie outdoors is just what the doctor ordered. This Wednesday, November 24th, don’t miss Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner as part of the American Black Film Festival who have curated the SoundScape Cinema Series this year. MORE INFO

SPAM Allstars at Vedado Social Club

Get those dancing shoes ready for an all out jam with SPAM Allstars. You know we can’t get enough of this Miami-bred nine-piece hip hop, Latin, funk, and electronica band. Spend Black Friday getting into the music. MORE INFO

Miracle in Miami

The ultimate Christmas bar pop-up, Miracle, returns this Friday with two pop-ups. This year you’ll be able to find Miracle in Miami at their usual location Gramps, as well as at The Doral Yard. Get ready to make the most of festive drinks, over the top decor, and even a few snowfalls. MORE INFO

Photo via Miracle in Miami

Small Businesses Saturday

Don’t let Black Friday overshadow one of the most important days of the year for local businesses, Small Business Saturday. Spend the day supporting your favorite movers and shakers both online and in person.

The Youth Fair

The fair, be there. The 69th Annual Youth Fair is back this fall and there’s no better way to get nostalgic for those childhood field rips than heading over to the fairgrounds to dive into all the food and rides you want with friends and family. Did someone say elephant ears? The fair is open daily, even on Thanksgiving Day. MORE INFO

Photo via Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

Festival of Lights at Normandy Fountain

Ring in the holidays at Normandy Fountain this Sunday with local holiday shopping, live music, and of course, the tree and menorah lightings. They are also collecting toys for the Miami Beach Police Toy Drive. MORE INFO

Candlelight Open Air: with Nu Deco Nucleus

Wind down from the long week with the sounds of Daft Punk by the Nu Deco Nucleus during this intimate, candlelit, and open-air experience at The North Beach Bandshell on Sunday. MORE INFO

Cover photo credit: Chris Carter for Miami New Times