Aware of what, you ask? Music and art. The folks at Acustronic, an organization which asks to be called a "concept label," are throwing open the doors to their brand-new 20,000 sq ft gallery slash performance space on NW 29th Street. Because it's Miami, about a quarter of those square feet are dedicated to an open air garden, where tonight a stage will host Didi and Aaron, two-thirds of electro-pop group the Brazilian Girls. Inside, the gallery space is curated by Colombia's own Luis Perez Galeria. The Awarehouse Grand Opening runs concurrently with Second Saturdays, but, situated as the Awarehouse is adjacent to I-95, you'll have to drive over from the art nexus of middle Wynwood. Stop by the Bakehouse Art Complex on your way.
Sat., March 14, 10 p.m., 2009