No Age, Best Coast, and Sonny & the Sunsets Hit SoBe for eMusic Road Show February 4 to 18

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Now wait a second before you shit your hipster pants 'cause this blog's headline is somewhat misleading.

In case you got the wrong idea, those awesomely amazing bands we just namedropped won't be performing live in concert at your favorite SoBe hangout this weekend. Instead, the eMusic Road Show (basically a van with a digital projector) will be splashing pre-recorded No Age, Best Coast, and Sonny & the Sunsets concert footage all over random buildings across the Beach.

See the schedule after the cut. And if you've got no idea what the fuck we're talking about here, there are also a few photos that should help illustrate the meaning of "eMusic Road Show."

The eMusic Road Show Miami Schedule

Friday, February 4 - Washington Avenue and 10th Street

Saturday February 5 - Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue

Sunday February 6 - Alton Road and Lincoln Road

Monday February 7 - 705 Washington Avenue

Tuesday February 8 - Washington Avenue and Espanola Way

*Visit twitter.com/eMusic for the Road Show's locations through February 18

eMusic Road Show. Friday, February 4, through Tuesday, February 8. For current and accurate updates about Road Show locations and other details, visit twitter.com/eMusic.

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