Music

Arcadia Spider to Land in Miami for Ultra Music Festival

Arcadia Spider to Land in Miami for Ultra Music Festival

The 50-ton Arcadia Spider will land on US soil for the first time in March, unveiled against the backdrop of Miami’s iconic skyline by creative pioneers, Arcadia Spectacular as a new wave of Resistance is set to be unleashed at Ultra Music Festival, set for March 18th-20th, 2016. Arcadia fuses ground-breaking spectacle, cutting edge technology, sculpture, engineering, architecture, […]

Virginia Key Grassroots Festival

Virginia Key Grassroots Festival

The GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance is back at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park in Key Biscayne from February 18th-21st, 2016. The festival spans over 4 days, 4 stages, and includes over 50 bands. It is a mission-based organization that hosts multiple festivals a year across the east coast that brings together communities of multi-cultured backgrounds […]

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Miami Jazz Festival Returns

The 3rd Annual Miami Beach Jazz Festival brings “A World of Jazz” to Miami’s historic Olympia Theater, which is also celebrating it’s 90th anniversary. The festival’s global theme encompasses a stellar array of international headliners. Most of them will celebrate their South Florida debut. With a variety of concerts and events around town in the […]

Hunter Valentine’s So Long For Now Tour Coming to Gramps

Hunter Valentine’s So Long For Now Tour Coming to Gramps

The alternative rock band Hunter Valentine will be stopping in Miami for their So Long For Now Tour at Gramps in Miami, FL. Hunter Valentine’s fierce power-rock music and intoxicating live performances have made the all-female lineup unrivaled. At the band’s core are guitar-heavy, rhythmic drum beats and husky vocals. Hunter Valentine’s lyrical depth, exhilarating […]

The Cabaret South Beach Celebrates Two Years of Live Music

The Cabaret South Beach Celebrates Two Years of Live Music

For the past two years, The Cabaret South Beach has been reviving the live music scene in Miami. They will be celebrating their 2nd Anniversary on Thursday, January 14th at 8pm in their new home inside the National Hotel 1677 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. The Cabaret first opened its doors on 12th Street in Miami […]

White Out the New World Symphony

White Out the New World Symphony

DJ Le Spam returns THIS month for a special WHITE OUT edition of PULSE: Late Night at the New World Symphony! Back by popular demand, wear all white and embrace the evening’s innovative musical experience and aesthetic as the New World Center transforms into a late-night lounge with club-style lighting and video projections. NWS Fellows […]

Phillip Phillips to headline Orange Bowl Fan Fest

Phillip Phillips to headline Orange Bowl Fan Fest

The Orange Bowl has announced that American Idol winner Phillip Phillips will headline the Capital One Orange Bowl Fan Fest presented by the Capital One Venture card on December 31, 2015. Phillips’ performance outside Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., will kick off a day of fun activities for fans leading up to the […]

Christmas Caroling on Lincoln Road

Christmas Caroling on Lincoln Road

Get in the holiday spirit with Christmas Caroling on Lincoln Road on Sunday, December 20th. At 7:30pm, the South Beach Social Club will all gather on Lincoln Road in front of the former Van Dyke Cafe. Organizer Lululemon, will lead the way to carol throughout Lincoln Road, ending at The Cabaret South Beach at the National for “A Very […]

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Mondays are Miami’s Jazz Jam

Every Monday night starting at 7pm, for 15 years and counting, its the Miami Jazz Jam at Churchill’s Pub. Starring the world famous Fernando Ulibarri Group, Surprise Guests, and the Mike Wood Trio. Out back (for 13 years and counting) it’s Miami’s most open minded open mic night, the Theatre de Underground hosted by Battle […]

Korin Bukowski Wows in Top 12 Performance of “Titanium”

Korin Bukowski Wows in Top 12 Performance of “Titanium”

Despite a strong performance during the Top 12 competition, Korin Bukowski of Coral Gables found herself having to go head to head with fellow contestant Mark Hood for an “instant save” this week on NBC’s The Voice.  Luckily, her rendition of Norah Jones “Don’t Know Why” landed her a spot in the Top 10. Way to go Korin!