Homegrown music festival Swamp Stomp returned for a fourth installment at Bayside Hut with performances by The Lee Boys, Jahfé, JUke, ArtOfficial, Rachel Goodrich, Bridget+Luke, Beckham County Trainwreck, and DJ A-Train.
Celebrating its fifth anniversary as well as Record Store Day, Sweat Records in Little Haiti put together Sweatstock, a block party which featured performances by No Age, Otto Von Schirach, ANR, Jacuzzi Boys, Rachel Goodrich, Panic Bomber, Juan Basshead, and more.
Former President Bill Clinton held his third annual Global Initiative University at the BankUnited Center on the University of Miami campus. Musician and producer Pharrell Williams took part of the discussion panel, while actress Heather Graham was spotted in the audience.
Wynwood pioneer Dustin Orlando premiered his first curated Miami show in almost five years Saturday night. The group exhibit "Believe the Hype!" at Eazy Street Gallery features Orlando's signature love for lowbrow art.
There are plenty of rides, livestock, and other attractions, but the food at the Miami-Dade County Fair is just as important. From the funnel cakes to the elephant ears, fair food might just be reason enough to go.
Saturday, hundreds quietly gathered on Eighth Street and Ocean Drive for International Pillow Fight Day. At 3 p.m., the horn sounded and Miami Beach turned into a full-blown slumber party. For 10 minutes down feathers flew into the air as people beat each other with pillows in the name of fun.