Summer is soon coming to close. The end of the season means more than just saying goodbye to the infernal heat, it also means things tend to liven up again as more and more events start happening around South Florida. So while we start anticipating things to come, here is what you missed over the weekend:
Elaine Lancaster's Birthday Celebration at Score Bar
Miami drag queen and diva Elaine Lancaster celebrated her birthday Thursday night at Score Bar on Lincoln Road. We aren't sure how old Ms. Lancaster is turned, but you never ask a lady her age. Click here to view the slideshow.
Mathew Jonson at Electric Pickle
Wynwood venue Electric Pickle continues to book some of the best EDM acts. Friday, Mathew Jonson took over the decks. Click here to read our review.
Florida? Yeah! at Poor House
Monthly event Florida? Yeah! brings some of the best local acts to perform at Fort Lauderdale dive bar Poor House. This month Alex Nelson and Dooms de Pop took the stage. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Whirl Crash Go! at Locust Projects
After stealing the show during Miami Beach Fashion Week Swim and starring in Death Print, Miami's TM Sisters continue their hard work ethic by debuting Whirl Crash Go! Saturday at Locust Projects. Click here to view the full slideshow.
Get Funk'd Up at Soho Studios
We haven't been to rave in a while, but Saturday at Soho Studios brought back a lot of fuzzy memories when Get Funk'd Up took over the space. Click here to view the full slideshow.
CP Rocks Presents Can I Say-Sunday II at Cinema Paradiso
Vinyl buffs had the opportunity to swap records at Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale Sunday at Can I Say-Sunday II. The event also screened the film House of the Rising Punk and featured performances by Anchorman, the Ruins, and Tongues of the Heartworm. Click here to view the full slideshow.
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