Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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This weekend is jam-packed. Why? Because on Miami stages at some point this weekend, a ton of music artists will be belting out their greatest hits just for you.

Man. We've got it nice here.

Here are the ten best things to do in the Magic City. Everything from Citizen Cope to ballet, beer festivals, chocolate festivals, Calle Ocho, and so much more. ¡Dale, Miami!


Coheed and Cambria: C&C's big hurr ain't curr.

Citizen Cope: The son is gonna rise, Miami. Son. Not sun. It'll still be chilly.

Miami City Ballet Program III: The Masters: Watch this and discover how graceful you'll never be.


Artecology Festival: Yeah, we had to Google what artecology meant too :(

Sprung!: It's a spring beer festival, perverts.

Ricardo Arjona: The Guatemalan singer-songwriter is about to make Miami bachelorettes verrrrrry happy.

Raekwon: Hit up the Stage and you'll find Raewon in a House of Daggers.

Paul Oakenfold: Calls Himself "an underground guy who made it overground."

Miami Fine Chocolate & Food Show: Get chocolate-wasted.


Calle Ocho Festival: Miami's annual rite of passage.

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