Ten Best Music-Related Things Under $10 to Do in Miami This Weekend
It's Friday and come 5 p.m., you'll want to run out of the office as if you were escaping the zombie apocalypse.
You rush home with the intention to get ready for one of the last parties of WMC, but then realize that you blew all your money on all the other parties at the Clevelander, Shelborne, and Shore Club this week.
Just because WMC may have left you broke for the weekend doesn't mean you can't partake in the last of EDM madness.
Check the cut for the ten best music-related things under $10 to do in Miami.
TicketsSun., Dec. 11, 7:30pm
Django Festival Allstars
TicketsSun., Dec. 11, 8:00pm
Ms. Lauryn Hill - The MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! Concert Series
TicketsSun., Dec. 11, 8:30pm
Gold Coast Jazz: Jon Faddis Quartet
TicketsWed., Dec. 14, 7:45pm
TicketsThu., Dec. 15, 7:30pm
Fools Gold Miami. With A-Trak, Tommy Trash, Just Blaze, Hoodie Boyz, Congorock, Oliver, Carnage, Nick Catchdubs, Anna Lunoe, the Partysquad, Peachfuzz Crew, and others. Friday, March 22, 10 p.m., 697 N. Miami Ave., Miamil 305-377-2277; grandcentralmiami.com. Free with RSVP at foolsgoldrecs.com/miami. Don't let the name fool you. This free party is nothing short of world class talent. Their names may not carry the global weight Armand Van Buren or David Guetta, but on a local and smaller international scale, their talent is priceless. Spinnin' tracks since 15, Canada's finest DJ A-Trak will be breakin' beats all night long with Tommy Trash, Congorock, Anna Lunoe, and other DJs of the caliber.
Twenty One Pilots. With New Politics and Five Knives. Friday, March 22, 7:30 p.m., Culture Room, 3045 N. Federal Hgwy., Ft. Lauderdale; 954-564-1074; cultureroom.net. $10. When you combine rap and rock, add in a pinch of electro, and a heaping of piano, you get the melodious sound of Twenty One Pilots. The band is named after Arthur Miller's "All My Sons." In the play, a father who owned a WWII airplane supply company realizes that his parts are faulty. In order to protect his name and income, he sends the parts away anyways. It all goes down hill from there--21 pilots end up dying, one of them, the man's son, and in the end, the man ends up killing himself. Why would a band name themselves after such a depressing drama? Well, according to their bio, they "want to make people think."Next Page
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