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Beelzebub's Cave

164 NW 20th St.
Miami, FL 33137
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This bare bones, warehouse style, underground music venue on the northern border of Overtown mostly hosts local and touring acts from the heavy side of the music spectrum. The folks in charge form the band Shroud Eater, and The Cave is also their practice space. There is room enough for circle pits, crowd surfing, and of course standing hard with your arms crossed. It is not a traditional club and there are no bottle specials, but the music is loud, and so is the crowd. This venue won our Best Rock CLub award for 2011.

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