Concerts

Rita Ora Playing Free Show at Grand Central Miami, Courtesy of Hits 97.3

Which "Black Widow" once dated Calvin Harris, "Will Never Let You Down," and is coming to play a free and intimate show at downtown Miami's Grand Central?

It's bleach-blonde bombshell Rita Ora, of course! And it's all thanks to Hits 97.3's Hits Sessions series.

All you've got to do is be 21 or older and send in an RSVP to get access to the most intimate Ora affair of the year.

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The singer/model/actress is currently killin' it. She'll have you drooling like the sick puppy you are in the upcoming film adaptation of housewife heater Fifty Shades of Grey, and her recent single with Iggy Azalea is workin' its way up the charts.

The lady's still only released one album and it never really came out in the United States, but that semi-self-titled debut, Ora, spawned more than its fair share of singles, and she's more than succeeded in her journey to full-on sex symbol status.

She works with the hottest producers in the dance music game, from Siwtch to Diplo, Chase & Status, and duh, Calvin Harris. Now, maybe don't mention that last guy to her, but it's safe to say the Grand Central dance floor will be put to good use as she works through her certified platinum hits.

If things keep going Rita's way, there probably won't be another chance to catch her in club setting ever again. And you really can't beat the price.

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HITS 97.3 Hit Sessions Presents Rita Ora, Wednesday, Aug. 20, at Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Free with RSVP via hits973.com. Ages 21 and up. The party stats at 7 pm. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.