Join for a night of inclusive and diverse music, live art, art for sale, workshops, vendors and community partners at Jamnesty 2012 Concert for Human Rights. This year’s theme: Corporate Ethics. This annual evening for human rights combines the atmosphere of community with the chance to discuss some deeper issues in our society whether through art, dialogue, music, or activism. The show is free and open to the public, with free food and attractions, but note that there is premium Miami art for sale from recognized artists, and we recommend our audience to purchase works or prints or CDs to support the artists and our fundraiser for Corporate Ethics during the show.
Sunday, April 26, 10am-2pm – Canvas Lot, 31 NE 14th ST, Miami Join first Spring Harvest Festival at Arts & Entertainment District. With baskets full of fresh local produce, Zak the Baker breads + granola, specialty jams, homemade cookies, tastes by Inspired Thyme Catering, fresh tropical juices, Gaucho Ranch grilled grass-fed beef, gourmet empanadas + […]
Saturday, March 22, 9am -Â Bimini Superfast, Â Terminal H,Â Port of Miami Gear up for Ultra MusicFest with an exclusive concert at Resorts World Bimini featuring DJ Questlove, one of the original members of The Roots and the official DJ from The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Resorts World Bimini is offering a special Questlove package where […]
Saturday, February 6, 12pm-6pm – Kush by Stephens, 1000 East 16th Street, Hialeah In honor of The Big Game, Hialeah’s hotspot, Kush by Stephen’s & La Cocina Cocteleria will host their second annual “Please Forgive Us Ray Finkle” in combination with the kick-off of their new flea market concept, Vintage Flea. The brainchild of KUSH […]