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 World Red Eye, New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you might have missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but hey, we can try to keep our Eyes on Miami.
Steve Aoki at Story Fridays: Partygoers raged all night to the crazy beats by Steve Aoki at Story.
Miami City Ballet’s 2018/19 Program Two – Brahms/Handel Opening Night at BRAVA By Brad Kilgore: Miami City Ballet celebrated legendary choreographer Jerome Robbins by performing two of his 20th century masterworks, Dances at a Gathering and Brahms/Handel, a collaboration with Twyla Tharp.
Ja Rule and Casper Smart at Komodo Fridays: Ja Rule and Casper Smart visited Komodo, where they enjoyed the famous “Papi Steak.”
Bagatelle Miami Beach Fridays: Friday night was taken to another level as partygoers turned up and danced on tables during dinner at Bagatelle Miami Beach.
Fridays at Basement Miami: Partygoers at Basement celebrated the start of the weekend.
Trap Kingz Fridays at Mokai: Mokai was wild as ever on Friday night as partygoers popped bottles and partied like Trap Kingz til the sun came up.
World Red Eye’s New Year Celebration at Sophie’s Presented by Belvedere Vodka: World Red Eye celebrated the New Year with a party at South of Fifth bar Sophie’s.
YoungArts Backyard Ball 2019: The National YoungArts Foundation hosted its annual fundraiser in Miami, the Backyard Ball performance and gala, presented by Harry Winston, Inc., to help support the artistic development of the nation’s most promising young artists.
Kaskade at LIV: Kaskade brought the noise to LIV on Saturday night.
Marlon Wayans and Le’Veon Bell at Rockwell Mondays: Marlon Wayans and Le’Veon Bell were spotted celebrating their Monday night at Rockwell.
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