Over the Weekend - The King Is Dead, Akon and Tobacco Road
Art Basel is a little more than a week away, so there will be plenty to do. But until then, this upcoming weekend you'll probably be dealing with unwanted relatives and incompetent airport employees -- sounds like fun. Here is what you miss over the weekend:
Heir to the Throne at The King is Dead
New York DJ/rapper/hipster icon Roxy Cottontail came down to help Poplife, Supermarket Creative and Gorillas introduce their new night at The King is Dead, the Design District's newest lounge. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Tobacco Road 96th Anniversary Party
The Magic City's oldest bar, Tobacco Road, celebrated 96 years of being a place for debauchery. The Spam All-Stars and Locos Por Juana performed for patrons while burlesque dancers provided the eye candy. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Akon at Karu & Y
Akon celebrated the upcoming release of his album Freedom by hosting a party at Karu & Y. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Broken Social Scene at Club Cinema
Canadian supergroup Broken Social Scene brought its brand of avant garde indie-rock to Club Cinema in Pompano Beach. Click here to read the full review.
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