Over the Weekend: Stonefox's Final Show, Haiti Mizik Relief, and Chocolate Festival

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We're keeping it simple today. Here is everything you missed across South Florida over the weekend:

Stonefox's Final Show at 1921

We still don't understand why one of South Florida's most promising bands, Stonefox, has decided to call it a day, but we hope they all find success wherever this new path leads them. Click here to read our review and view the slideshow from the band's final show.

Marco Ressman & Tony Rohr at Electric Pickle

The Wynwood lounge, Electric Pickle, continues to satisfy EDM fans' craving for good dance music. Friday night, Marco Ressman and Tony Rohr were there to satisfy their hunger. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Haiti Mizik Relief at Bayfront Park

While the media already seems to be moving on to the next hot story, Haiti is still in need of help for those who survived the aftermath and rebuilding. Bayfront Park hosted over a dozen local bands and musicians for the two-day Haiti Mizik Relief. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Chocolate Festival at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Chocolate. 'Nuff said. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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