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Miami Music Festival Preview: The Big Bounce, Playing Tonight and All Weekend

Visit miamimusicfestival.org for more details. Individual showcase admission is $10, a three-day wristband costs $50 ($35 for students), and a one-day wristband costs $25 ($20 for students). 
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The Big Bounce: With Miami residencies at the Florida Room, the Clevelander, and Blue Martini, quietly hip locals already know the Big Bounce is one of the most unique local acts, and consistently entertaining live. With Brendan O'Hara on guitar or keyboard and MC Komakozie on the mike, they've dubbed their genre-bending sound "hip-drop" or "street lounge." 

10 p.m. Thursday at Mekka Discotekka, 950 NE 2nd Ave. 11 p.m. Friday at La Guaracha, 801 Brickell Bay Dr. (inside the Four Ambassadors). 11 p.m. Saturday at Mekka Goddess, 950 NE 2nd Ave.

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