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  • National YoungArts Foundation

    2100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33137

  • Nerve

    247 23rd St. Miami Beach, FL 33139

    South Beach proletariat come to Nerve to escape the neon hue of Art Deco. Antique erotic lithographs adorn the restroom stalls of the spunky joint opened by never-nervous Rudolf Piper. He cloaks the laid-back lounge with Manhattan audacity -- most notably the Coyote Ugly-inspired bartenders. More >>

  • The Nest

    16835 NW 38th Court Miami Gardens, FL 33055

  • New Milander Center for Arts and Entertainment

    501 Palm Ave. Hialeah, FL 33010

  • New Millenium Ballroom

    1484 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hallandale, FL 33009

  • New Vintage Music Hall

    12600 SW 130 St. Kendall, FL 33186

  • New World Center

    New World Center

    500 17th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-3331 The sleek, stunning stylings of the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center could almost overshadow the sounds of its inhabitants. Almost. But Miami Beach's kings (and queens) of classical music manage to do their digs justice. Here you can listen in on some of the nation's most outstanding young musicians before they move on to even bigger things. With more than 60 annual performances (many of them free), the New World Symphony is impressively prolific. There's also an on-site Soundscape, where films and performances are screened on a 7,000 foot outdoor projection wall while attendees lounge on the lawn, drinking wine and nibbling at cheese. Plus, they host post-performance parties that are a little more action-packed than the earlier affairs. All in all, impressive is an understatement. More >>

  • New Year's Mega-Yacht

    301 N. Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132

  • North Miami Beach Amphitheater

    16501 NE 16th Ave. North Miami Beach, FL 33162

  • North Shore Park Band Shell

    North Shore Park Band Shell

    7275 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33141
    305-861-3616 Take a swig of rum, close your eyes, and picture the perfect concert. Palm trees sway in the cool breeze sliding off the ocean just a few feet away. The band — let's say world-renowned Malian guitarist Bombino and his desert-rock outfit making their South Florida debut — jams out in a restored art deco band shell with perfect acoustics. The crowd sways under the stars, pressed close in the intimate space. It's no fantasy, amigo. That was just the scene at this year's Heineken TransAtlantic Festival, one of Miami's great recurring series in the Magic City's finest outdoor music venue. The North Shore Park Band Shell, tucked just off Collins Avenue in the center of North Beach, has become a key piece of Miami Beach's music scene since a nine-month renovation in 2011 restored the deco gem. Between regular free shows featuring local symphony orchestras and jazz groups (and weekly free outdoor movie nights for locals), the band shell is an astounding place. It also hosts more ambitious efforts like the TransAtlantic Festival, which bring acclaimed international acts — like Bombino and Chilean electro-stars Astro this year — for their Florida debuts. More >>