Concerts

Miami's Five Best Concerts This Week

Nag Champayons. Rising Sounds of a Sinking City CD release party with Ackdaddy. Wednesday, June 24, 10 p.m. Bardot, 3456 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 305-576-7750; bardotmiami.com. Admission is free. Ages 21 and up.

Jam out to the "Afrogalactic tropidelic sounds" of the Nag Champayons as Little Haiti's "world garage" funk crew celebrate the release of their latest album, Rising Sounds of a Sinking City at Bardot.


Def Leppard. With Styx and Tesla. Thursday, June 25, 7 p.m. Coral Sky Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach; 561-795-8883; ticketmaster.com. Tickets cost $25 to $125 plus fees via livenation.com

After almost 30 years, Def Leppard still wants to "Pour Some Sugar On [You]." So put on those leather pants, tease that hair, and relive the glam metal days of the '80s at Coral Sky Amphitheatre. 


Moon Boots. With Pirate Stereo and JBZ. Friday, June 26, 10 p.m. Bardot, 3456 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 305-576-7750; bardotmiami.com. Tickets cost $15 to $20 plus fees via showclix.com. Ages 21 and up.

Put on your Moon Boots — we're flying to space via the French Express! Well, actually, we're just gonna do the "Backyard Boogie" at Bardot with the Chi Town DJ-producer. But sure, you can still bring your nylon footwear.


DJ Whoo Kid. Friday, June 26, 11 p.m. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-674-4680; livnightclub.com. Tickets cost $40 plus fees via flavorus.com. Ages 21 and up.

DJ Whoo Kid's live shows are legendary. And the champagne will flow like a river when the self-proclaimed Mixtape King and official G-Unit mix master hits the decks at LIV.


Capital Cities. Presented by the Fontainebleau BleauLive Concert Series. Saturday, June 27, 8 p.m. Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-538-2000; fontainebleau.com. Show packages cost $70 to $115 plus fees via nightpass.com

When you're riding a Tidal Wave of Mystery, there's no knowing where you'll end up. But as long as you're with L.A.'s electro-pop-rock-dance crew, Capital Cities, you'll be "Safe and Sound."
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