Oktoberfest in Germany began on September 21 and if you haven't been celebrating yet, then you have some catching up to do. So get to it. If you still have vacation days at work, then spend them prancing around in stereotypical German garb while tipping back several steins of brau. Whether it's mi ... More >>
Miami Rum Renaissance Festival director Robert Burr is what you might call "rum obsessed." The author of Examiner.com's national rum page has about 900 bottles of rum in his private collection, hosts rum cruises on which fans can tour various distilleries at exotic ports of call, and is hosting ... More >>
Yes, Ultra Music Festival 2013 will still start tonight. Even though approximately 16 hours ago "a section of an LED screen fell" from the Ultra main stage "and injured three workers," the EDM fest fully intends to stick with its two-weekend, six-day plan. According to Crossfade's communications w ... More >>
Don some lederhosen and fill your stein, Oktoberfest 2012 is here. The Bavarian autumn holiday began several days ago but the fever is rising like the head of a freshly poured beer. And lucky for Miami, we all get to take the proverbial first chug at several locations around town in the following we ... More >>
Red Robin, the Colorado-based gourmet burger chain, has upped its status to next level awesomeness by adding a Sam Adams Oktoberfest beer milkshake to its menu. Once thought to be a taboo fantasy of beer snobs and dairyphiles, this milk shake is a sure sign that Oktoberfest is right around the corne ... More >>
It seems like the curse plaguing electronic music events took a vacation overseas to cause mayhem over at Germany's Love Parade this weekend where 19 were killed after a stampede at the entrance of the event. Again, like Electric Daisy Carnival, organizers failed to provide adequate security and ... More >>
Photo by Xavier MartinNo Iggy Pop at SunFest tonight, sorryIn spite of what some commenters told us earlier today, Iggy Pop will not be making a surprise appearance at SunFest tonight to replace the Flaming Lips.SunFest media rep Melissa Sullivan says regarding the flamboyant Miami resident, who ... More >>
© Andrew Haagen/CorbisSadly, the Flaming Lips SunFest performance has been dousedA heartbreaking development just crossed our desk: New Times cover stars the Flaming Lips will not perform Thursday at SunFest due to the hospitalization of Steven Drozd. As we had reported in this week's cover stor ... More >>
Photo by Sean MurphySunFest hopefully won't get dirty for WeezerDue to our "production schedule" and "editorial standards," Alex Rendon's amazing article about SunFest's New Music Night ran in last week's print edition. Somehow, dude scored interviews with musicians set to play tonight at SunFest ... More >>
Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, after knocking out Chris Cornell in four roundsNow Crossfade isn't taking any steps to become Sunfade for the week, but there's going to be a lot of SunFest coverage. The lineup, which includes Weezer, the Flaming Lips, Nas, among many others, is strong to say the least. A ... More >>
311 performing at SunFest 2009West Palm Beach hasn't had this much musical excitement since Ozzy Osbourne rolled through town. An impressive crop of national acts are set to play the 28th installment of SunFest, which takes place April 28 - May 2 in downtown West Palm Beach along Florida's Intrac ... More >>
Ian WitlenMoshing was alive and well at SunFest 2009.While it might not have the clout of other local musical festivals like Ultra or the temporarily (we hope) defunct Langerado, SunFest still keeps attracting South Floridians looking for a more family friendly event. That's not to say SunFest doesn ... More >>
Not one, but two events float oer local waters this weekend.
Last call for Oktoberfest, people
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Miami Carnival is here to rock downtown
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As if you need an excuse to party
It's time for boat parades!
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Miami's joyous Caribbean fete attracts hundreds of thousands of revelers each year. So why has it remained overlooked and underfunded? Let's put it this way: The event isn't held on Calle Ocho.