Eye on Miami: Joe Jonas, Busta Rhymes, and More

DNCE at the Fontainebleau.
DNCE at the Fontainebleau.
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It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye, New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you may have missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but hey, we can try to keep our Eye on Miami.

Mara Hoffman and Javier Pinon at Basement.
Mara Hoffman and Javier Pinon at Basement.
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May 14, Mara Hoffman at Boombox at Basement Miami
Saturday night was unforgettable as partygoers, including fashion maven Mara Hoffman, bowled at Basement Miami.

Roman Jones and Jeremy Shockey at Mokai Mondays.
Roman Jones and Jeremy Shockey at Mokai Mondays.
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May 16, Jeremy Shockey at Mokai Mondays
Former NFL star Jeremy Shockey kicked off the week by turning up at Mokai Mondays.

Jillionaire and Walshy Fire at Basement.
Jillionaire and Walshy Fire at Basement.
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May 18, Walshy Fire and Jillionaire at Jelly at Basement Miami
Party people spent their hump day getting wild and crazy at Basement’s Jelly party, listening to Walshy Fire and Jillionaire spin the night away.

Slick Rick at Wall.
Slick Rick at Wall.
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May 19, Slick Rick at Wall Thursdays
Slick Rick made a live appearance at Wall. He made a mark on the nightclub, leaving partygoers with a Thursday night they’ll never forget.

Eye on Miami: Joe Jonas, Busta Rhymes, and More
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May 20, Trend Group Unveils Donation of Life-Size Gold Mosaic Elephant Figure to Zoo Miami Foundation
In celebration of Endangered Species Day and to raise awareness about the importance of protecting endangered species and their habitats, Trend Group unveiled its donation of a life-size gold mosaic elephant figure valued at $100K to Zoo Miami Foundation.

David Guetta and Carnage at Story.
David Guetta and Carnage at Story.
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May 20, David Guetta and Carnage at Story
David Guetta laid down a set at Story Miami last weekend as special surprise guest Carnage joined him behind the decks. Attendees danced their way into the weekend at this legendary party.

Nina Medina at Basement.
Nina Medina at Basement.
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May 20, Discobox at Basement Miami
Party people of Basement Miami popped off their weekend by dancing their Friday night away.

Jason Derulo at LIV.
Jason Derulo at LIV.
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May 20, Jason Derulo at LIV
Jason Derulo kicked off an epic weekend in Miami by taking over the mic with a performance at LIV. The singer performed again Saturday at the highly anticipated iHeartRadio Summer Pool Party at the Fontainebleau.

DNCE at the Fontainebleau.
DNCE at the Fontainebleau.
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May 21, iHeartRadio Summer Pool Party at Fontainebleau
The iHeartRadio Summer Pool Party was this summer’s hottest event, featuring music’s biggest artists at the Fontainebleau. Hosted by Joe Jonas and Hailee Steinfeld, this year’s lineup included live performances by Flo Rida, DNCE with special guest Hailee Steinfeld, Tinashe, Lukas Graham, Kygo, and Jason Derulo. 

Talib Kweli and Fly Guy at Rec Room.
Talib Kweli and Fly Guy at Rec Room.
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May 21, Talib Kweli at Rec Room
Talib Kweli brought his dope sounds to Rec Room. The DJ busted out his biggest hits as partygoers let loose.

Busta Rhymes at LIV.
Busta Rhymes at LIV.
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May 22, Busta Rhymes’ Birthday Celebration With Zoey Dollaz at LIV on Sunday
Legendary rapper Busta Rhymes celebrated his birthday with a blowout celebration at LIV on Sunday. The night was filled with endless bottle parades, great sounds, and an appearance from Zoey Dollar.

Tyson Beckford at Rockwell Mondays.
Tyson Beckford at Rockwell Mondays.
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May 23, Tyson Beckford, Shemar Moore, and Talib Kweli at Rockwell Mondays
Talib Kweli gave an insane special performance at Rockwell Monday. Also in the building were actors  Shemar Moore and Tyson Beckford. 


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