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Ten Hot Chicks Playing the Miami Music Festival

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​It's common knowledge that women always find average-looking dudes inexplicably more attractive when said guy plays an instrument or fronts a band. That's why many of us bought guitars in the first place. But does the same rule apply for female artists also? We think so.

Listen, if it's okay for women to swoon over male rock stars and flash their nips mid-set, then it's okay for us to compile a list of hot female performers scheduled to grace the stages at this year's Miami Music Festival. From R&B to indie post-punk to folk-pop, every genre is represented. Consider this a mini-guide of sorts.

Gerne: Pop
Playing: The Grove Spot; Friday, November 12, at 10pm 
Genre: R&B
Playing: Tangia; Friday, November 12, 10pm


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