Ten Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

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Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow; what does that mean for Miami? Six more weeks of winter snowbirds dropping New York City money in our southern city economy.

Per usual, Cultist has rounded out a list of the ten best events going down 'round the Big Mango this weekend, showcasing a variety of really neat stuff for y'all spend that money on. From neo-folk music to modern dance, a meet-up for singles and women's collegiate basketball, the options are endless.

Check out our list below.


  • Raffa and Rainer: Fancy a night of folk? Head over to Wood Tavern and catch Miami's quirkiest neo-folk duo perform songs that make us proud to call Miami home.
  • Decadancetheatre: Think hip-hop dancing is what you see on rap videos? You're wrong.
  • Beats After Sunset: Happy hour for the art lover. 


  • Singles Mingles: Need a date for Valentine's Day? Here's your chance to find one. 
  • Sherri Patterson: Mad Lyfe of an NBA Wife: Ever wish your husband played professional basketball? It's not always happily ever after. 
  • Bling & Sling: Roller derby girls like to party... With JELL-O Shots! 
  • Pure Imagination Live: Come with me, and you'll be in a (Sweat Records) world of pure imagination. 


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