Here are the best events happening in Miami this weekend.
Electronic royalty will soon play a superintimate show in the 305. The dynamic duo of Disclosure, comprising brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, will spin at Space late-night Friday. The house/deep-house masters have a third studio album in the works, the first since 2015's Caracal was nominated for the best dance/electronica album Grammy. 11 p.m. Friday at Space, 34 NE 11th St., Miami. Tickets cost $50 via residentadvisor.net.
There's much more to Canadian hip-hop than Drake. Stop being so damn basic. Case in point: 88Glam. Composed of Toronto's Derek Wise and 88 Camino, this duo came on strong in 2017 and hasn't backed off. This Friday, 88Glam will spit at Floyd as part of the duo's Twin Turbo Tour. If you haven't yet been subjected to the Glam goodness, its 2017 self-titled mixtape is gold, as is 88Glam 2, the 2018 followup.
The iconic host of The Arsenio Hall Show is coming for us. Who is that, you ask? Arsenio Hall, of course. The actor/comedian is a few years removed from his late-night talk-show days, but he's still staying busy. In addition to doing his standup gigs, he's recently appeared alongside Adam Sandler and Jennifer Hudson in the Netflix flick Sandy Wexler and as himself in Real Husbands of Hollywood. 8 and 10:30 p.m. Friday and 7 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday at Miami Improv, 3450 NW 83rd Ave., Suite 224, Doral; miamiimprov.com. Tickets cost $30.
Happy Haitian Heritage Month, South Florida. As part of the celebration, the 21st-annual Haitian Compas Festival will kick off Saturday afternoon and run into the wee hours of Sunday. The fest will be packed with more than 20 artists performing, including Harmonki, VayB, DJakout#1, Nu Look, and Gabel. There's also a slew of pre- and afterparties happening at Wynwood Factory Night Club and Club Iguana. 4 p.m. Saturday at Mana Wynwood, 318 23rd St., Miami. Tickets cost $50 to $100 via eventbrite.com.
You've heard the phrase, "once in a blue moon." There's a reason why the idiom exists: blue moons are pretty damn rare. They only occur every two or three years, and the phenomenon returns this Saturday. So, celebrate the blue moon with bottles of Blue Moon. Astronomically-inclined party-goers will have the chance to try Blue Moon cocktails, a binocular moon viewing experience, and music at American Social. 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday at American Social, 690 SW First Ct., Miami. Admission is free with RSVP via eventbrite.com.
Money. Politics. The state of the American public. These are timely topics, and Kings by Sarah Burgess addresses them all. This hilarious and intelligently presented new play follows Kate, who sounds like the quintessential lobbyist. She hates wasting her time on nonwinners and likes schmoozing with the right people. But Kate faces a unique conundrum that gets to her core: Does she side with "the Man" or fight for everything in which she believes? 8 p.m. Saturday and select dates through June 16 at GableStage, 1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables; gablestage.org. Tickets cost $65. aventuramall.com.
Paddletopia debuted in Surfside last year and was an absolute hit, so it's back. The two-day, family-friendly fest will offer free paddleboard and kayak rentals, yoga and fitness classics by Sweat Studio and Modo Yoga, upcycled bracelet and headband workshops from the Full Edit, and even a book swap. There will be giveaways, too, so bring a bag,. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 96th Street Park, 9580 Bay Dr., Surfside. Admission is free; RSVP via eventbrite.com.
After you waited two years for the final season of Game of Thrones, the past five episodes have flown by faster than a dragon on the hunt. Now it's time for the series finale. To celebrate (or simply to watch the remaining characters' gruesome deaths), the German-American Social Club is throwing a Game of Thrones watch party. In addition to crying because the show will be over, you can drink Game of Thrones beer, Chardonnay, Paso Robles wine, Pinot Noir, and themed cocktails. 7 p.m. Sunday at German-American Social Club, 11919 SW 56th St., Miami. Admission is free.
It's Mental Health Month, and films are an awesome way to dispel myths and educate viewers. For a fourth year, NAMI Miami-Dade County is presenting the Reel Minds Miami Mental Health Film Festival. This year's fest will screen six films, each about a different topic, covering everything from familial struggles to bullying to depression. 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at University of Miami Shalala Center Grand Ballroom, 1330 Miller Dr., Coral Gables. Tickets cost $10 via eventbrite.com.