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Over the Weekend: DUB Show Tour, Death to the Sun, and Juliette Lewis

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South Florida is officially back in full swing. So many events are happening every weekend we almost can't keep up. So here is just a few of the things you might have missed over the weekend:

The Postelles at Club 50

New York City garage rock bank The Postelles performed for the first time in Miami Friday night. What better place to make your debut then high above the city at Club 50 at the Viceroy? Click here to view the full slideshow.

DUB Show Tour at Miami Beach Convention Center

In what was probably Xibit's wet dream, custom cars took over the Miami Beach Convention Center. Celebrity cars and live performances by Rick Ross, Bricso, DJ GQ and more were also on the bill. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Florida? Yeah! at Poor House

September's edition of Florida? Yeah! brought Matilda Lights, The Shakers, Boise Bob and His Backyard Band and Dooms De Pop to Fort Lauderdale's Poor House. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Death to the Sun at American Legion

In what was dubbed "a farewell celebration to summer," South Florida indie acts came together at the American Legion in Miami's Upper Eastside. Surfer Blood, BFGF, Dino Felipe, Little Beard, Space Voodoo Crystal, Danny Denim and more were on the bill. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Juliette Lewis at Culture Room

Actress-turned-musician Julliette Lewis has proven she takes her job seriously so it's no surprise she managed to pack the Culture Room Sunday night. Click here to read our review of the show.

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