Art Basel Miami Beach

Gentleman Jack's Art, Beats + Lyrics Tour Brings Classic Beats to Art Basel Miami Beach

Gentleman, it's time to get Jacked.

Coming at you live and direct from the aged barrel of golden delicious god-nectar, Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey is going on tour with Art, Beats + Lyrics. Not to mention plenty of the good stuff.

With eight stops across the country, Jack Daniel's and friends make it to the MIA on Wednesday, December 5, just in time for Art Basel Miami Beach weekend .

And we guess ladies are welcome too.

The Gentleman Jack stop at Wynwood event venue LMNT will feature performances from "The Funky Drummer" Clyde Stubblefield, former Geto Boy rapper Scarface, Digital Undergound's Shock G, dubsteppers Mansions on the Moon, and others, plus slick art and lots of free whiskey.

Arts, Beats + Lyrics U.S. Tour Schedule

September 14 The Compound, Atlanta, GA

September 20 Palladium Ballroom, Dallas, TX

September 27 Warehouse Live, Houston, TX

October 5 Union Station, Los Angeles, CA

November 8 Terminal 5, New York, NY

November 16 Andrew Mellon Auditorium, Washington, D.C.

December 5 LMNT, Miami, FL

December 14 Neo on Locust, St. Louis, MO

If you're 21 and up, you can get down to the funky sounds and take in the art while sipping on some smooth cocktails. And once you're inebriated enough, you can get creative yourself and digitally spraypaint some shit, or take a crazy stop-motion photo with your friends.

It should be a pretty dank way to get a hangover. Or not, since you're definitely going to drink responsibly.

Just make sure to focus on the art and classic, funky-ass beats. Oh, and drink some water.

Gentleman Jack's Art, Beats + Lyrics Tour. With Clyde Stubblefield, Scarface, Shock-G, Manions on the Moon, and others. Wednesday, December 5. LMNT, 55 NW 36th St., Miami. Text "MIAMIABL" to 68405 for invite and alerts. Call 305-989-6963 or visit

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