The Tango Times Dance Company, a South Florida dance ensemble, will present Still Tango, a performance celebrating Argentine Independence Day. Oscar Caballero and Roxana Garber along with the dancers of The Tango Times Dance Company will pay homage to Caballero and Garberâ€™s beloved Argentina with the not-to-be-missed Still Tango production. Choreographed by Caballero, Still Tango artistically blends Traditional Tango along with Argentine Folk Dances to a live onstage orchestra led by Anibal Berraute Cuarteto and vocalist Cristina Longo. Â Still Tango will please audiences with its ensemble cast of local dancers who bring to life the sensual and sexy dances commonly seen on the streets of Buenos Aires. Advanced tickets are available for purchase online for $20- 30, or for $23- $35 at the door. For additional ticket information, call 305-266-3029 or emailÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, August 17, 4pm-9pm -Â Luna Star Cafe,Â 775 N.E. 125 Street, North Miami Take a stand for climate change activism and attend A Music Benefit for 350 South Florida. Enjoy live music and support grassroots action. 350 South Florida is the community’s voice for shining the light on climate change and sea level rise. Help the […]
Saturday, October 15, 7pm-12am – Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables CABA Pro Bono will host its 12th Annual Art in the Tropics fundraiser to benefit their legal advocacy programs and services in Miami-Dade County. Fine art influenced by Miamiâ€™s tropical landscape will be on exhibit and auctioned off to support CABA Pro […]
Sunday, August 4, 1pm-4pm – Zen Village, 3570 Main Highway, Coconut Grove Join Zen Village for a baking contest and to celebrate the art of Baking. Bring your best homemade baked goodies for a chance to win prizes. Come for music entertainment, food, sweets, herbal teas, giveaways and more. $15 per person donation at the […]