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.
Saturday, February 28, 7pm-10:30pm – Nina Torres Fine Art Gallery, 1800 N Bayshore Dr, MiamiÂ “Natura” is an immersive and multi-sensory performance art production that tells the story of Mother Nature in this tech-geared millennia integrating original music, multi-media, dance, and live painting that will be sure to captivate all audiences. This show will feature […]
Wednesday, November 2, 7pm-9pm – Bakehouse Art Complex, 561 Northwest 32nd Street,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Celebrate the opening of “Between Ballots 2013 â€“ 2016: Art + Culture In America By Jim Morin”.Â This exhibition showcases a selection of political cartoons created between 2013-2016 by Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Miami Herald, Jim Morin.Â The evening will […]
Thursday, April 9, 6pm-8pm -Â Freedom Tower, 600 Biscayne Blvd, 3rd Floor, Miami Bestselling author and aerial photographer Marius Jovaisa will make an appearance at Miami’s historic Freedom Tower for a highly-anticipated book signing of Unseen Cuba. As the first and only artist to have received permission from the Cuban government to fly over the country […]