Go Green Fashionista presents “The Indigenous: Fashion, Food, Art, Music, Culture”, an evening of embracing and unifying culture and diversity; An expressive celebration of the worlds hidden and most ancient roots, cultures, and languages. Go Green Fashionista will be sharing the wisdom of aboriginal people and tribes; highlighting art, music, food and fashion. The mission is for guests to be inspired while receiving knowledge of The Indigenous. A fashion show will take place highlighting styles from Australia, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Native America and more. A colorful spunk of fashion will hit the runway with some “Haraujuku” Japanese styles. Guests will also experience unique sounds of live music, cultured performance influences, various tribal art exhibitors, and explore some of the exotic recipes and cuisines from across the globe. This will be an evening of embracing world peace and love by coming together and experiencing the beauty of the diverse ethnicity’s of the planet.Â All attendees will have the chance to vibe out to sultry, artistic and soulful sounds of the musical duo”Amani”, while supporting lead singer and Author, Leyah Salfina, as she launches her new book “My Sister’s Keeper” through her Book 4 A Book Foundation. Enjoy an evening of performances celebrating the ‘rebirth’ of traditional folkloric arts thru the progressive fusion of today’s most cutting edge interdisciplinary artists…designers…entertainers… live musicians…spoken word, visual artists, dance and drum. Come witness original…redefined.Â Limited space available for 100 guests.Â Tickets are $15.Â For more info contactÂ email@example.com.
Saturday, October 6, 5-7pm – Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami The Social Y presents the Miami Stars Community Event – A youth celebration on Saturday, October 6th from 5:00pm – 6:30pm at the Adrienne Arsht Center Peacock Foundation Studio. The youth within our community will be the stars for the evening at this […]
Tuesday, September 5, 7pm-10pm – MCAD, 100 NE 1st Ave, Miami Join the opening reception of “Miami Mix: How Brazil Became Part of Miami Exhibition” at Miami Center for Architecture & Design. RSVP with the password CCBU20VIP! #MiamiMix @miamicad @AIAMiami CLICK HERE TO RSVP 0
October 25 – 27 & 31, 2 -10pm -Â Miami Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne Miami Seaquarium‘s Monster Splash Daytime Splash & Nighttime Bash is a safe Halloween alternative for kids and their families with Halloween-themed marine animal shows like Superheroes Killer Whale Show, Flipperâ€™s Thrills and Chills, Finding Nemo sea lion show along with […]