Friday, January 30, 2015 at 8 a.m.
If you're a real Miamian, you're probably thinking that the recent cold snap is practically a winter blizzard. So put on the Floridian's equivalent of winter wear (it's called a sweatshirt) and get yourself ready for the weekend. The city has a lot to offer this weekend, from opera to rock, Shakespeare to Andrew W.K., champagne sipping and more.
Happy weekend, Miami.
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Garage-rocking punk troupe Bonnie Riot celebrates the release of their latest album. Bonnie Riot at Backbone Release Party Gramps:
Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas brings Miami music lovers three world premieres in one production. Sounds of the Times, New Work at New World Center: VIDEO
Dueling dukes, abandoned islands, sorcery, romance and revenge, the Bard's iconic Shakespeare Miami's at The Tempest The Barnacle Historic State Park: The Tempest offers it all.
The world's first food and wine festival solely dedicated to rose wine and rose champagne, descends on Miami. La Nuit en Rose at Matador Room at the Miami Beach Edition: Saturday: VIDEO
The piano man stops into town for one night only. Billy Joel at American Airlines Arena: VIDEO
Party hard with weird tweeter Andrew W.K. Andrew W.K. at Grand Central:
The club, which raises money to send skateboards to Cuba, hosts their annual fundraiser. Amigo Skate Club Cuba Fundraiser at Churchill's Pub: Sunday: VIDEO
Tigertail's SpeakOut Spoken Word Project, gives LGBTQ teens and their allies a place to practice courage, poetry, and freedom of expression. This week, SpeakOut welcomes the award-winning writer Andrea Assaf. Tigertail's SpeakOut Spoken Word Project at Miami Beach Botanical Garden:
The fanciest way possible to enjoy the big game. Second Annual Super Bowl Party at Tongue & Cheek:
The free day features a whole host of hands-on, family-friendly activities, all designed to get kids (and adults) interested in opera. Florida Grand Opera Free Day at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center:
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