Take a bite into some culture this weekend! From food festivals to live music, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
ALI CULTURAL CENTER: LIVE AND LOCAL MUSIC SERIES WITH THE WILDFIRE BAND
October 15th at 7 pm
The Wildfire Band cannot be categorized or pigeon-holed into any one category. The musicians play an eclectic mix of Blues, Classic Rock, Bluegrass, Gypsy melodies, Swing, Progressive Rock and Southern Rock all done in their very own signature “rockin” style. More event details here.
DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD: ARTWALK & ARTISAN MARKET
October 16th at 6 pm
Visit galleries and shops in Downtown Hollywood while enjoying art, cultural entertainment, live music, murals and more! Featuring pop-up shops, artist showcases, handmade items, local purveyors, vintage shopping, boutique goods and FUN! Located on Harrison Street between 20th & 21st Avenue. More event details here.
HISTORIC VIRGINIA KEY BEACH PARK: VEGAN BLOCK PARTY
October 16th at 12 pm
Join the fun for the ultimate vegan food, drink, and lifestyle festival. Coined as the “Plant-Based Party of the Year”, thousands of attendees join us annually to eat, sip, and celebrate all things vegan. The festival features a massive vendor line up, fully vegan bar, beach access, music + entertainment, free wellness workshops, family fun games + activities, activism, and so much more! More event details here.
AVENTURA ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER: THREE AMANZING PIANISTS ACCOMPAINED WITH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
October 17th at 5 pm
The Miami International Piano Festival comes back to live stages! Pianists Kemal Gekic (Croatia), Josu De Solaun (Spain), and Pietro de Maria (Italy) perform three of the most fabulous piano concertos, accompanied by the Miami International Piano Festival Symphony Orchestra and its conductor, Jose Javier Mendoza. More event details here.
MIAMI BEACH URBAN STUDIOS: LIVE ART TALK LETTY BASSART
October 18th at 5:30 pm
Letty Bassart is a choreographer and researcher whose work takes many forms. She creates trans-disciplinary, inter-genre, multi-platform works & installations for theaters, concert halls, galleries, and “other” locations (e.g. car ports, lawns, store fronts, warehouses, beachside, plazas). For her, “these renderings seek to pour love, rigor and compassion into every crevice of cultural production.” More event details here.