Friday, August 14
*Local guitar whiz Fernando Perdomo's "progressive pop" band Dreaming in Stereo tonight plays at the Vagabond in Miami. Admission is free before midnight, $5 after. Click here to check out a video of the band playing recently on West Palm Beach's WPEC CBS12, and click here to visit the Vagabond's web site.
*Musical Missionary's Dance for a Cause event is at Electric Pickle in Miami tonight, featuring dancefloor sounds from Chris Fortier. Admission is $10 before midnight, and the money goes to arts programs for underprivileged kids at SoBe Institute of the Arts. Click here for full details.
*Band Number 12, No Class Action, and the Pretty Faces play Propaganda in Lake Worth tonight as part of the venue's continuing week-long official opening celebration. Admission is free, and so are the drinks from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m.! Click here for full details.
Saturday, August 15
*Did you know some folks in the Miami area north of the Design District
(and way east of Wynwood) like to call that warehousey district on the
eastern edges of Little Haiti "East Bohemia?" No? Well, the owner of
the new warehouse venue the Bunker does, at least. This Saturday features another multimedia art/music mashup event called "the Collage." Admission is free. Click here for full details.
*More free-99 fun at Propaganda in Lake Worth; tonight Miami band Ex Norwegian plays. Click here for full details.
*Rising local indie favorites Radioboxer play a show at the Annex in Hialeah, which guarantees fun times. Admission is free if you RSVP in advance; click here for full details.
*Local punk acts To Be Hated, O.P.S., and Break On Through play a free show at Radio-Active Records in Fort Lauderdale. Click here for full details.
*Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale (along with Majic 102.7) celebrates the 40th anniversary of Woodstock with an art/food-type festival, auction, and a marathon of hippie-era documentary and concert films. Admission is free. Click here for full details and the film line-up.
Sunday, August 16
*Eleven years is ancient for a club on South Beach, so Score must be doing something right, hmmm... It celebrates its 11th birthday tonight; Oscar G and DJ Abel spin, and there's no cover. Click here for full details.