Over the Weekend: Future Classic Festival, Churchill's Pub and Bruce Springsteen

The weekend was definitely a busy one. And while the skies poured over South Florida Saturday and Sunday, things didn't seem to slow down. But in case the deluge kept you away from the action, here is what you missed over the weekend:

Glass Candy at the Vagabond

It seems like all of Miami's hispterdom turned out for Glass Candy's show at the Vagabond Friday night. The duo had the entire room dancing throughout its entire set. Click here to read our review.

Future Classic Festival at Soho Studios

Headliners N.E.R.D rocked Soho studios Saturday night alongside local favorites Suenalo, Awesome New Republic, ¡Mayday!, Spam All Stars, Locos Por Juana, Afrobeta and more. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Churchill's Pub 30th Anniversary Party

A lot of things

get better with age: wine, whiskey and, of course, Churchill's Pub. The

Little Haiti locale celebrated 30 years of rebellion with a party

Saturday night featuring performances by Charlie Pickett, Radiobaghdad,

the Holy Terrors, the Crumbs and more. Click here to view the full


Bruce Springsteen at BankAtlantic Center

We probably all felt like Courtney Cox in the "Dancing in the Dark" video Sunday night when the Boss took the stage at the BankAtlantic Center. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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