The 2nd Annual Overtown Rhythm & Arts Festival, organized by volunteers and local leaders of the Overtown community, will celebrate the rich history of one of Miami’s earliest historically black communities. It’s the place where some of music’s biggest legends, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday, performed and stayed. The Historic Overtown District will come alive once again for this one-day annual festival with local food, art, and entertainment. Appearing will be R&B legend Freddie Jackson, jazz and gospel star Jonathan Butler and singer Nicole Henry, along with local church choirs and school marching bands. Enjoy authentic BBQ and southern cooking, Caribbean cuisine and locally grown produce. Admission to the festival is free.
Sunday, November 6, 4pm-7pm – Sea View Hotel at Bal Harbour, 9909 Collins Ave, Bal Harbour To celebrate Bal Harbour‘s 70th Anniversary, Unscripted Bal Harbour presents a two-part exhibition of historical and contemporary images recounting key moments in Bal Harbour’s history. These images were selected by Dr. Paul George, a renowned Florida historian. Join for […]
Sunday, May 5, 11am-6:30pm – Greynolds Park, 18500 NE 22nd Avenue, North Miami Beach Celebrate the music of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s with live music, great food, vintage clothing, and memorabilia at the 10th Annual Love-In Party in the Park. Once a site for jam sessions, poetry readings and peaceful demonstrations, Miami-Dade’s historic Greynolds […]
Wednesday, June 26, 6pm-10pm – One Door East,620 S Federal Highway, Fort LauderdaleJoin for a night of live art, music, delicious dishes and craft cocktails at One Door East. This twist on a traditional gallery viewing supports local artist, featuring art displayed throughout the restaurant and live painting during the event. A portion of the […]