Miami is not only a city of fun and parties. Perhaps, one of the reasons people love to visit Miami is for their love of art. Anything from paintings to a different medium, and from music to a distinctive performance of your favorite artist. Consider this city a mecca for the tourists and even the locals who simply want to enjoy and have the best time of their lives.
Locust Projects will be filled with fans for the best performance that features multimedia work. You can imagine a night of comet, glacier, not to mention, Motley Crue. This Saturday will be special as you watch the centerstage with music and arts. If you think it is impossible to combine both listening to your favorite songs and at the same time enjoying a work of art, you may be wrong.
Here in Miami, the impossible can be possible. You will be listening to music featuring Alexis Gideon’s, The Comet and the Glacier while Gideon together with Huffer Collective will be exhibiting their art. The “monumental pyramid” will be for their new exhibit entitled, “Save Your Selves”. This is something to look forward to. Located in 2852 N. Miami Ave. starting at 7:30pm, you will see people enjoying the night for free. The exhibit contiues until the 21st of January
Little River is far away from Phnom Penh, Cambodia but the Magic City will really make it look like you are in the Cambodian capital. For one night only, Inhale Miami will be transformed into to a busy market that you will only see in Southeast Asia. Here, you will find live music, drinks, art and food and of course, a diverse marketplace. Outside, you will find a garden that is similar to those that you will find in Southeast Asian countries and from here, you will get a feel of being in a typical night-market. You will be able to browse through different items such as clothing, jewelry, and books. You can also get a variety of services such as massages, health improvement information and tarot card reading. All of this will be this Saturday at 7pm and the good news is that admission will be by donation.
Who wants to go for a bike ride while all the while making a difference? Cranksgiving is a charitable bike ride that has made a difference for seven years and has motivated bikers to ride, enjoy adventure and at the same time, also feed those who are hungry. You and your friends can ride your bikes and go to stores all around the city. Two routes will be used which consist of around 10 to 17 miles and will lead bikers to five different stores where each participate will be buying items worth $2. All it takes for you to be part of this event is $10 and of course some legwork. The donations will be given to the families of the Camillus House. Last year, hundreds of cyclists joined. The ride will start Saturday at 2pm and riders will be asked to meet at 150 NW First St. in Miami.