Eyes on Miami: DJ Irie, El Tucan, Luli Fama Fashion Show, and More

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It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with WorldRedEye, New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you may have missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but hey, we can try to keep our Eyes on Miami.

Monday, August 1
Mokai Mondays: For those who keep on partying through the weekend and into Monday, we salute you. Mokai kicked off the month with bottles and bangers.

Tuesday, August 2
Favela Beach at Wall: Favela Beach at Wall had the club going up on a Tuesday. From birthday celebrations to dancing, the party vibe was locked in for the night.

Wednesday, August 3
Wednesdays at Bâoli Miami: Baoli on hump day will make you want to keep your SO on a leash. Hot partygoers had the perfect blend of food and drinks.

Thursday, August 4
VIP Luli Fama Pop-Up Fashion Show Presented by Terra and Botanic Weston

: More than 300 local influencers and community leaders joined South Florida premier developer Terre as it presented the VIP Luli Fama Swim Chic Pop-Up Fashion Show at the Botaniko Weston Sales Gallery. The sophisticated and sultry affair featured an exclusive live runway showcase of the 2017 collection by acclaimed luxury-swimwear designer Luli Fama on the heels of its stellar debut presentation at Miami Swim Week. VIPs mixed and mingled over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres and also had the opportunity to bid on a selection of high-end items as part of a silent auction benefiting Cleveland Clinic Florida, with additional event partners and contributors, including Midtown Athletic Club,


 magazine, Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort, and Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale.

Friday, August 5
Bubbles After Dark at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails: Partiers kicked off their weekend with seemingly endless drinks and bites at Bubbles After Dark at the Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails. 

DJ Irie at LIV: It was another wild Friday night at LIV as DJ Irie hit the decks and got the club going crazy with his dope sounds.

Komodo Fridays: Komodo's incredible food and drinks continually lure guests each and every week.

Rockwell Fridays: There’s nothing like a wild night out at Rockwell to kick off the weekend shenanigans.

Veuve Clicquot Happy Hour at the Forge: The Forge was a packed house Friday night as guests flooded the restaurant for the Veuve Clicquot Happy Hour.

Saturday, August 8
Craft Social Club Saturdays: Craft Social Club was on another level Saturday night as revelers packed the hot spot for a night of bottles and beats.

El Tucán Saturdays: El Tucán was full of good vibes as guests enjoyed another insane evening of jaw-dropping entertainment at Brickell’s hottest dinner cabaret.

Rudimental at Underground Story: It was another epic Underground Story night as Rudimental laid it all down on the decks and gave guests a reason to dance the night away. 

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