Free Events This Week in Miami: Miami Music Week, St. Patrick's Day, and Big Night in Little Haiti

Miamians, ya best get hydrated. Not only does Miami Music Week take over, but also Thursday brings the ultimate ode to drinking: St. Patrick's Day. Whether you're spending all your dough on booze and tickets or you want to avoid the nonstop party, there's yoga, art, films, and other free goodness to make this one hell of a week. 


  • Miami Music Week at Shots Miami: Toss 'em back while DJs David Tort & Markem, Norman Doray, Sebjak, Abel Ramos, and others make beats. 
  • Miami Music Week at Coyo Taco: Get your DJ fix for free with Rum & Bass, featuring Ape Drums, Corey Chase, and Silent Addy.
  • Justice and the Generals at Cosford Cinema: Directed by filmmaker Gail Pellett, this award-winning PBS documentary chronicles the 20-year search for justice in the rape and murder of four American churchwomen in El Salvador in 1980. 



  • St. Patrick's Day Party at Mana Wynwood: Grab some green beer and go HAM with Wynwood's finest DJs. 
  • Third Thursdays at Surfside: Dust off your bellbottoms and head to the 1970s Disco Fever block party. 
  • Corona Electric Beach at Fifty Ultra Lounge: Get more MMW action with musical performers Jillionaire, Grandtheft, TWRK, Craze, and others.


  • Jorge Pardo at ICA Miami: Hear from the Cuban-born sculptor, whose large-scale works have garnered international acclaim.  
  • Big Night in Little Haiti at Little Haiti Cultural Center: Head to Little Haiti to hear Haitian folk band Aroze Troubadou.
  • Miami Music Week at Mana Wynwood: Kick off your music-filled weekend with DJs Craze, Ape Drums, Wuki, Kittens, Gladpvck, and others. 

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