October 2 – 5, 10am-10pm – William & Joan Lehman Theater,Â 11380 NW 27 Ave.,Â Miami The Miami Web Fest is the ideal exposition for Web Series throughout the world. The festival features screenings, distinguished speakers, workshops, and panel discussions; all designed to give creators, executives and sponsors the ideal forum for
October 3 & 4, 4pm -Â Rok:Brgr,Â 600 Silks Run #1210,Â Hallandale Beach Rok:Brgr will be opening up its 3rd location in Hallandale Beach at the Village at Gulfstream Park. The original spot being in Ft. Lauderdale and the second in South Miami.Â If youâ€™re not familiar with Rok:Brgr, theyâ€™ve received numerous accolades for
October 3 & 4 -Â Jaco Pastorius Park,Â 4000 North Dixie Highway,Â Oakland Park With dozens of dashing dachshunds and a downtown Culinary Arts District anchored by a thriving craft brewery, Oakland Park has turned its annual Oktoberfest celebration into one of South Florida’s signature cultural entertainment events.Â The 10th Annual Oakland Park Oktoberfest
Friday, October 3, 8pm-2am – Tobacco Road,Â 626 S. Miami Avenue, Miami Brickell The 80’s Flashback Festival is back for another great night of 80’s music, art and fashions, at the Legendary Tobacco Road. The Festival will showcase original bands playing tribute to songs of the 1980’s. Each band and artist
Friday, October 3, 7pm-8pm -Â Nelson Tirado Art Gallery,Â 2716 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Coral Gables Youâ€™re invited to an exclusive evening of art, culture and cuisine as part of Coral Gables Gallery Night. Celebrate the launch of Nelson Tiradosâ€™ newest collection, while making maki with SUSHISAMBA Coral Gables executive sushi chef
Friday, October 3, 7pm -Â Wynwood Exhibition Center,Â 297 NW 23rd St., MiamiÂ Wynwood Arts District Join Wynwood Exhibition CenterÂ for the closing party of “Subliminal”, a solo show by artist Alfredo PÃ©rez, brought to you by Miami’s Independent Thinkers. Alfredo Perez has lived in Miami his entire life and is of Cuban decent.
Friday, October 3, 7pm-11pm – The Little Haiti Cultural Center,Â 212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami Ayiti Images, a Haitian Traveling Films series brings provocative films about the Haitian experience and created by Haitian and Haitian-American filmmakers to Florida. The award-winning documentary, Deported will screen at The Little Haiti Cultural Center in
Friday, October 3, 6:30pmâ€“9:30pm -Â The Archive Fine Arts & Gallery,Â 1559 1/2 Sunset Drive,Â South Miami You are invited to come indulge and experience Miamiâ€™s 1st Green Beauty Night Out, at The Archive Fine Arts & Gallery.Â Â Join for an incredible evening of green shopping, sampling, skincare consultations, mini-spa treatments, mini-manicures, eyebrow touch-ups,