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The Miami Design Preservation League’s 40th Art Deco Weekend is an annual community cultural festival held on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach every year. The festival welcomes over 150,000 people and offers more than 85 events over three days -- January 13-15, 2017. Festival entry is free!

Whether you channel the Great Gatsby era, are a history buff or a classic car enthusiast, or are just looking for fun things to do with your kids, Art Deco Weekend has it all!

•Get decked out and Charleston the day away at the authentic Jazz Age Lawn Party.
•Take an Official Guided Walking Tour of the Art Deco Historic District or one of many other specialty tours ranging from Cocktails with a Twist to Miami’s Underworld.
•Come see five blocks of impeccable vintage cars on Ocean Drive.
•Bring the little ones to the Kids Club full of activities and live theater by Miami’s leading cultural and educational institutions.
And there is more!
•Enjoy live music and cocktails day and night, including jazz, swing, 50s & 60s, rock and classical under the palm trees in Lummus Park.
•Grab a front row seat at the Retro Fashion Show or Bark Deco Dog Show on the steps of the Art Deco Welcome Center.
•Shop The Promenade -- featuring antique, vintage and fine art dealers.
•Attend the highly-regarded Lecture Series on a wide range of preservation and history related topics.
•Take in the awesome street fair with vendors, food, live theater and other entertainment.

All these fabulous events and more take place along Ocean Drive in South Beach. Ocean Drive is closed to traffic for three full days, giving tourists and locals the opportunity to better enjoy this world-famous street lined with historic pastel-colored, neon-lit Art Deco buildings.

Art Deco Weekend is free and open to the public. The community cultural festival is made possible through the generous support of many corporate, government and community partners. For more information on what to do during Art Deco Weekend and for more information on our partners, please visit here.

Don’t miss Art Deco Weekend -- Miami Beach’s premier community cultural festival!

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The books are coming. And the readers and writers will follow, as they do by the hundreds of thousands every year for the Miami Book Fair International, an eight-day literary party in November.

The Fair, will open Sunday November 13 with the popular Evenings With… series, featuring six nights of readings and discussions with noted authors from the United States and around the world.

On Friday, the Street Fair gets under way. The highlight of the Street Fair is the Festival of Authors, with more than 450 authors reading and discussing their work, including the Latin American and Spanish authors who participate in the IberoAmerican Authors Program. Thousands of South Florida schoolchildren will help kick off the Street Fair, making the trip downtown Friday to hear authors and participate in Children’s Alley activities, including theater, arts-and-crafts, storytelling and readings by children’s book authors. Comics and graphic novels are once again featured, and a new section just for kids and teens, as well as presentations over the weekend by renowned graphic novelists and illustrators.

During Street Fair weekend, November 18-20, more than 250 publishers and booksellers exhibit and sell books, with special features like the antiquarians, who showcase signed first editions, original manuscripts and other collectibles.

The first Miami Book Fair, founded by Miami Dade College and community partners, took place in 1984. Since then, it has been recognized as the nation’s finest literary festival.


Street Fair Admission:
Friday, November 18: FREE

Saturday and Sunday, November 19 and 20: $8
13 to 18 and over 62: $5 / 12 and under: FREE

Why wait in line at the entrance? Click here to purchase your Street Fair tickets online.

Paulie Gee's now opens at 8001 Biscayne Blvd, Miami. Pizza is the name of the game at Paulie Gee’s, who’s Miami location serves many of the pies that made the NYC outpost famous, including the Hellboy topped with soppressata and Mike’s Hot Honey. But the restaurant also embraced its new 305 home as well creating a special Jewbano pizza topped with swiss cheese, yellow mustard, Canadian bacon, pulled pork, and kosher dill pickles, that can only be found on the Miami menu. Here is more information about Paulie Gee's :


According to Urban Daddy :

"Seeing as how they don’t accept reservations, come prepared to possibly wait. Maybe sit a spell at the Cuban-tiled bar with a cold draft beer. Maybe kill some time at the pinball machine. But soon enough, it’ll be time for pies. All made with double-zero flour in a wood-burning Stefano Ferrara oven from Naples. Some are original to Brooklyn, like the hot-soppressata-topped Dellboy. But then you’ve got the Miami-only Jewbano with slow-roasted pulled pork, Canadian bacon, yellow mustard and dill pickles. And if the place looks familiar: it was the old China Palace. Look close enough and you’ll find that it’s still lingering around. On the walls. On the plates. On the check presenters loaded with fortune cookies. Yeah, we didn’t think we’d be talking about fortune cookies today either." Written by Jackie Gutierrez-Jones.


According to New Times :

"As for the menu, the same quirky toppings that made the restaurant a hit in Brooklyn were on display at each table. The Hellboy, a house favorite, came topped with soppressata, fresh mozzarella, and Mike’s Hot Honey, all on a perfectly charred dough that had been aged for three days. Off the vegan menu, the In Ricotta da Vegan — topped with house-made cashew ricotta, vegan fennel sausage, and loads of fresh arugula — surprised with potent flavors that made the absence of meat or milk-based cheese enjoyable. Other pies come topped with everything from brisket and barbecue sauce to Swiss cheese, yellow mustard, and dill pickles." written by Patrick Hieger.


According to Yelp :

"OMG this place is the BOMB, this is my first time here, so I didn't know what to expect. Friends and I can in on a Friday night for dinner, and luckily for us it was just a short wait. My girlfriend had the Prosciutto and Cherry  she said it is like heaven in your mouth , I opted for the vegan pie. WOW! Pizza will never been the same again, The creative combinations of pizza is outstanding not just your typical pizza place, gourmet over-the-top and well formulated. Thank you Paulie Gee's for the mouth watering experience." written by Stella (rated 5 stars)


Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

The vision of Lincoln's Beard Brewing Co. starts and ends with the local community. In 2014, a group of local craft beer heads endeavored to bring more locally brewed craft beer to the woefully underserved neighborhoods across Miami. They actually first sought to open a craft beer bar that would only serve locally brewed craft beer. But they continued to develop more interesting and delicious home brews, and suddenly started winning multiple brewing competitions and awards. Finally they looked around and noticed that although there are some great craft beer breweries already serving up delicious creations in Miami...there simply aren't enough of them. And none of them are located very close to central Dade County. So now opens Lincoln's Beard Brewing Co. at 7360 SW 41st St. Here is more information about them :


According to Urban Daddy :

"The vibe: Real warm-and-fuzzy-like, with barrel tables, cushy couches, potted plants and a bar with thousands of pennies that’ve been glued on top of it. The pedigree: The head brewer trained with Tom Hennessy of Colorado Boy Pub & Brewery. Number of beers made on-site: About 12. Including Duckie’s Dream (a witbier) and Witch King (an imperial stout). But you’ll have to wait about a week to get your hands on them. Licensing and whatnot. Number of beers on tap: 15. Five of which will be their in-house brews. The rest are dedicated to local guys like J. Wakefield and the Tank. The food situation: Bar snacks like pickled vegetables and truffle cheddar popcorn. Plus the occasional drop-in from a food truck or a neighborhood spot like Tacos & Tattoos. The unexpected beer: A brown ale aged in a whiskey barrel. Pairs nicely with their upcoming weekly karaoke nights."


According to Yelp :

"Having visited for the first time yesterday I can honestly say they're on the right track.  I have been to many breweries in Florida especially the St Pete, Ybor city area and I truly feel they're trying emulate some of them.  From the start when you walk in it has a really good feel to the place and having met a couple of the proprietors I can tell this place will have many good things coming their way. They should have their distribution license soon probably before July and I can't wait to sample some of their suds.  Come by and check them out. You won't be disappointed." written by Gonzo (rated 5 stars)


"Get away from the chains and cookie cutters ... This brewery is unique and John the brewmaster is passionate about beer and sharing his craft with his patrons!! GREAT barrel aged brews ... Very cool industrial decor with an artistic and creative flare, but skipping the 'plastic' environment of the norm... Be sure to count the pennies on the bar , and find the Bahamian one !!" written by Marina (rated 5 stars)


"Sweaty runners are welcome! This promises to be another cool brewery and really chancing it with the location although it's nice to have one west of the Gable's.  Wynwood can use a little competition. At the moment they aren't serving their own beer but in the begging of July word has it they will.  Cool ambiance. There is a lobby area, a back out door seating area with corn hole game and an upper deck to sit at inside the building which has high ceilings. I like the variety of seating choices. Reminds me of a cool warehouse district home. Cool art! Great place for a live music. Mr PBJ Food Truck was parked outside as there is no kitchen. Nicole and I shared a PBJ burger, which was unique and tasty, with truffle parm fries, which were ordinary.  We also had a couple of beers. I'll be back!" written by Frederick (rated 4 stars)


Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

It’s only natural that Miami, a place with summer all year around, would be the ideal choice for the swimsuit industry’s biggest event of the year. All the major labels come out to play and young up-and-coming designers vie for a spot to get their suits into the eyes of the fashion elite. Nearly fifty designers show off their latest and greatest in the Mercedes-Benz tents alone. Across the city dozens of designers participate in satellite events that are organized by independent organizations.

Some of the biggest names in fashion show their swim collections during Swim Week. One year, Chanel put together a crew of synchronized swimmers and Chloe has started regularly showing on a runway atop the pool of the hyper-exclusive Soho Beach House.

Like any fashion event, it’s just as much about the parties and sponsorships, the red carpet and the street style as it is the main event. Miami Beach’s club, venues and hip eateries are packed with the jet-set crew of models, editors, photographers, writers and designers.

It’s late July and that means it’s hot, hot, hot in Miami. While it’s all about the clothes at any fashion show, this is probably the fashion event of the year with the least amount of clothes.

The scene is a familiar one for the international fashion set: the champagne flows, well-dressed show-goers sit and chat about the latest industry gossip, photographers snap pictures of the very best dressed.

Designers with cult-followings like Mara Hoffman, Roxy Pop Surf, Suboo, Wildfox Swim and more take to the tents and show off what the swim scene will look like for the next year. This year Mercedes Benz Fashion Swim Week is scheduled at 16-20 July 2016. Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

Aqua Girl® traces its beginnings to the year 1999. That year, Alison Burgos and NYC’s legendary women’s producer, Shescape, gathered a committee of like-minded women from around South Florida to produce an exciting one-night event to benefit breast cancer. The event, Sweet Charity, was an extraordinary dance event bringing together over 800 women and raising over $15,000 for two local breast cancer organizations, Cancer Link and Gilda’s Club.

In 2000, Sweet Charity grew into an entire weekend of events and Aqua Girl® was born. The goal was to create a dynamic national fundraising weekend celebrating women and the issues that affect them. Women descended on Miami from all over the world and the first year of this spectacular weekend of events was a huge success.

We can’t believe how time flies. Now in its seventeenth fabulous year, Aqua Girl® continues to attract women from all corners of the country, the Americas and around the globe. The week continues to grow with an ever-expanding variety of events that enhance its appeal and have created what is now the hottest women’s festivals in the country.

As the largest charity women’s week in the country, your participation in Aqua Girl® contributes to a very good cause. In fact, 100% of the proceeds from Aqua Girl® benefit the Aqua Foundation for Women, a not-for-profit foundation whose primary mission is to serve as the funding catalyst for lesbian, bisexual, and transgender wellness and equality in South Florida through grants, scholarships, and initiatives.


This year Aqua Girl runs at May 11th - May 15th, click HERE to get the tickets. Here is the schedules of the events :

Traffic Jam - May 12 @ 10:00 pm - May 13 @ 4:00 am

This kick-off dance event lives by its name! Everyone receives a glow necklace when they arrive. Red = Taken Yellow = Approach w/ Caution Green = GO FOR IT!


Splash Pool Party - May 13 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Play by the pool with the ladies of Aqua Girl. For free.


VIP Cocktail Reception - May 13 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

More details about this elegant VIP extravaganza to coming soon. Early Bird: $50 | After Jan 1st: $85 | At the Door: $100


Fuego - May 13 @ 10:00 pm - May 14 @ 4:00 am

Check your inhibitions at the door as we pay tribute to the Latin flavors that have made Miami famous. Enjoy the sights and sizzling sounds of the tropics all in an upscale, sophisticated atmosphere. In Advance: $15 | After Jan 1st: $20 | At the Door: $25.


Aqualicious Pool Party - May 14 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Our famous pool party is now at the icon pool at The Raleigh hotel. There’ll be thousands of hot, scantily-clad women; add in some cool poolside cocktails, sprinkle in hot performances by our sexy go-go vixens and anything can happen! Play all day to a backdrop of the hottest hop-hop and house at this simply splashing, fun-filled event. In Advance: $40 | After Jan 1st: $50 | At the Door: $65


Temptation Dance Party - May 14 @ 10:00 pm - May 15 @ 4:00 am

An unforgettable, dazzling experience of lights, sounds and visuals. Are you in? In Advance: $15 | After Jan 1st: $20 | At the Door: $25


Aqua Tea Dance + Pool Party - May 15 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

For those of you who missed Saturday’s pool party or just couldn't get enough of the girls in bikinis in and around the sexiest pool in town, we have created a Sunday party for you!  In Advance: $15 | After Jan 1st: $20 | At the Door: $45


The 23rd Annual South Florida Boat Show returns to the Miami Beach Convention Center on May 20th – 22nd, 2016. The show features hundreds of power boats up to 40′ including center consoles, walk-arounds, cruisers, personal water craft and accessories. Insurance and financing are available on-site; trades are also accepted. There will be an indoor pool featuring stand-up paddle board demonstrations as well as kayaking and other water toy demos courtesy of Nautical Ventures. There will also be a weekend trip give-away to Bimini Sands Resort & Marina. Show hours are Friday 12pm to 8pm, Saturday 11am to 8pm and Sunday 11am to 6pm. Admission is $8.00/adult. Kids are free. Parking is available at the 17th Street Garage ($1.00 per hour). Preferred parking will also be available in front of the center for $15.


South Florida Boat Show is managed by Professional Show Management. Professional Show Management is an industry leader in the production of consumer Home and Garden Shows, consumer Boat Shows and Health and Wellness Events in South Florida. Whether you are an exhibitor or a consumer, you will appreciate the difference Professional Show Management brings to the table. Top name exhibitors, educational seminars and featured giveaways are just a few of the things that set us apart from other trade shows. Come and get inspired for your business or home and you’ll understand why we are one of the premier producers of consumer trade shows on the market!

Reviving the spirited, sociable heyday of Downtown Miami, the boutique Langford Hotel stakes its claim as the area’s first historic hotel. Housed within the 1925 Miami National Bank, this iconic Beaux-Arts architectural treasure has been completely reinvented for a new generation of sophisticated travelers. From elegant accommodations to a rooftop bar that’s destined to recall the excitement and glamour of prohibition-era Miami, this elegant SE 1st Street newcomer is set to redefine Downtown Miami and become a mecca for the world’s trendsetters in fashion, film, food and the arts. Situated inside the Langford Hotel, a remodeled 1925 Beaux Arts–style building designated a historic site by the National Register of Historic Places, PB Station is the latest from the awfully busy Pubbelly Restaurant Group, which seems to open a couple spots each year. This is its first mainland location, and the menu veers to what they call American cuisine that pushes the boundaries of “comfort classics.” That means items such as California seaweed-based pappardelle with smoked brisket, local Swiss chard and dry shiitake jus, and a modernized take on charcuterie with octopus pepperoni, shrimp mortadella, king crab terrine, crispy cod brandade and Thai lobster sausage. Here is more information about Langford Hotel :


According to Urban Daddy :

"Conditions are perfect for the Langford Hotel, a new Downtown relaxateria that would like for you to drink in its rooftop lounge, sprawl out in its penthouse suite and generally leisure better than your peers. It’s open now. Regardless of how you choose to play this, you’ll want to allow yourself some time to take in all of the beaux arts splendor of this 1925 bank turned hotel. The ’20s-era molding. The marble. The original US Postal Service letterbox. When you make your entrance, you’ll be ushered to the second-floor Sky Lounge, adjacent to a cozy curated library, to check in and grab a quick cup of coffee. Assuming you’re checking in, that is. Actually, you’re checking in. We just decided that you’re checking in. Because when life hands you a 1,400-square-foot, two-story penthouse suite, you make... whatever it is you’re inclined to make out of such things."


According to Travel Weekly :

"Located in a newly restored, 1920s-era bank building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the hotel expects to cater prominently to business travelers who have meetings in Miami’s urban core, including at the nearby courthouses. Among the Langford’s lodgings is a two-level penthouse apartment, which can be rented with between one and four bedrooms. In building the hotel, developer Stambul USA aspired to preserve the old City National Bank’s historical feel while adding hip amenities. Rooms have furnishings that evoke various decades of the building’s life, including 1920s-style sinks, 1940s-era valet stands and headboards in 1950s style." written by Robert Silk.


Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

Winter Music Conference, in its 31st consecutive year, is a pivotal platform for the advancement of the industry. During WMC, music enthusiasts, artists, DJs and industry delegates from over 70 countries converge on Miami Beach for a concentrated schedule of more than 400 events, parties, seminars and workshops.

Established in 1985, WMC is the largest longstanding EDM and dance music industry gathering of its kind in the world. As one of the most publicized annual events in the industry, WMC generates over a billion unique viewer media impressions each year. Over 2,000,000+ visitors from 209 countries and territories logged on to the WMC web site during the 2014 season. Over 1,900 artists and DJs participated in 390+ performance events presented at 110 venues during the 29th Annual WMC Week in Miami Beach & Miami.

Here is the full schedule :

Friday 3/18/2016

11:00am - 04:00am The Drop Zone- Congress Hotel South Beach - 1052 Ocean Drive
12:00pm - 11:00pm Tendencetrend & Etna Records Pool Party- Albion Hotel - 1650 James Ave
07:00pm - 04:00am Sounds of the Underground - The Bunker - 1826 collins ave
09:00pm - 05:00am SoGood Label Showcase - Drinkhouse Fire and Ice - 1672 Collins Ave
10:00pm - 08:00am Crowd Controlol & Friends - MeCasa Muzik - 2127 NW 1st Ave

Saturday 3/19/2016

12:00pm - 08:00pm WMC Official Pool Party "kick-off" - The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club - 1732 Collins Ave
12:00pm - 11:00pm Enormous Tunes Pool Party- Albion Hotel - 1650 James Ave
08:00pm - 05:00am Breaks Yo! - Kill Your Idol - 222 Espanola Way
09:00pm - 05:00am Viva Miami - The Bunker 1826 - 1826 Collins Ave.

Sunday 3/20/2016

12:00pm - 11:00pm SALTED Gets DEEP · WMC 2016 · EPIC Hotel Pool Party - EPIC Hotel Pool - 270 Biscayne Blvd Way
12:00pm - 08:00pm George Acosta Scooter & Lavelle pool party - Shore Club - Shore Club 1901 Collins Avenue
01:00pm - 11:00pm Souleil In Miami - Ocean Ten - 960 Ocean Drive
02:00pm - 11:00pm Upscale Records Pool Party 2016 - Albion Hotel - 1650 James Ave
08:00pm - 05:00am Feast Of Friends - Bedroom Muzik 10th Years Anniversary - Kill Your Idol - 222 Espanola Way
09:00pm - 05:00am We Love Brasil - Drinkhouse Fire and Ice - 1672 Collins Ave
10:00pm - 05:00am Catwalk: A Night of Vogue - 1306 - 1306 N Miami Ave
10:00pm - 05:00am NuLu Movement - Tantra Lounge - 1445 Pennsylvania Avenue

Monday 3/21/2016

10:00 AM - Registration & Badge Pickup
10:00 AM - Exhibits Open
12:00 PM - Beats To Bucks - Making Money With Your Music
2:00 PM - WMC DJ Spin-off - Beatmatching
2:30 PM - The Remixing Rut
4:00 PM - A&R and Alteration: Remix A&R
4:30 PM - Product Demo - Pioneer DJ Rekordbox DJ & DDJ-RX Controller
7:00 PM - 31st Annual Red Carpet Reception
8:00 PM - 31st Annual International Dance Music Awards
12:00pm - 08:00pm Conic Records & The Techno Lab - The Bunker@1826 - 1826 Collins Ave.
01:00pm - 11:00pm Libation X Afrique Electrique WMC 2016 - Ocean's Ten - 960 Ocean Drive
06:00pm - 05:00am Funk'n Deep Records & Black Kat WMC Showcase! - Segafredo Brickell - 1421 South Miami Ave. (Brickell)
07:00pm - 05:00am Spellbinding Records Label Party - Cucu's Nest - 2805 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33140
08:00pm - 05:00am "Keep It Deep" Opening Party - Kill Your Idol - 222 Espanola Way
09:00pm - 05:00am Generations Of House - The Bunker - 1826 collins ave
09:00pm - 05:00am Come Early Dance Longer - Haven Lounge - 1237 Lincoln Rd.
10:00pm - 05:00am Nick Warren WMC 2016 at Trade Sobe - CLUB TRADE - 1439 Washington Avenue
10:00pm - 05:00am NYC Deep WMC Throwdown 2016 - Jazid - 1342 Washington Avenue
10:00pm - 05:00am Chicago's Legendary Chosen Few DJs at WMC Miami - Yuca - 501, Lincoln Road

Tuesday 3/22/2016

10:00 AM - Registration & Badge Pickup
10:00 AM - Exhibits Open
12:00 PM - Product Demo - Denon DJ
12:00 PM - Fight For Your Rights - Music Law
12:30 PM - Social Media & PR
2:00 PM - Producing & Marketing Your EDM Club Event
2:30 PM - Longevity A Master Class in Building Your Legacy
3:00 PM - WMC DJ Spin-off - Scratching
4:00 PM - Artists, Agents & Managers
4:30 PM - Label Summit
4:30 PM - Digital Distribution
11:00am - 08:00pm Proper Daylife - Albion Hotel - 1650 James Ave
12:00pm - 05:00am And Let The Singer Be Heard - Congress Hotel South Beach - 1052 Ocean Drive
12:00pm - 10:00pm Body & SOUL 20th Anniversary at WMC - Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach - 1801 Collins Avenue
09:00pm - 05:00am 3rd Annual Tasty Tuesdays South Beach Edition - The Bunker - 1826 collins ave
09:00pm - 05:00am WMC Artist / DJ Showcase - Haven Lounge - 1237 Lincoln Rd.
10:00pm - 05:00am Typ3 Records & Perspectives Digital Showcase - Treehouse - 323 23rd St
10:00pm - 05:00am TOCA TUESDAYS at TANTRA - Tantra Lounge - 1445 Pennsylvania Avenue

Wednesday 3/23/2016

11:00 AM - Registration & Badge Pickup
12:00 PM - Disruptive Technology in EDM Event Marketing
12:30 PM - Independent Labels 101: From the Ground Up
1:00 PM - Remixing & Editing Workshop - Level 1
1:00 PM - A New Era: The Artistry and Business of the Global DJ
2:00 PM - WMC VJ Challenge
2:00 PM - Product Demo - Rane MP2014 & MP2015 Mixers Explained
2:30 PM - REVOLT TV & The Hit Agency: Making Hits
3:30 PM - Remixing & Editing Workshop - Level 2
3:30 PM - DJ Culture - Branding Of Cool
11:00am - 04:00am Industry Social 12 Year Anniversary - Congress Hotel South Beach - 1052 Ocean Drive
12:00pm - 02:00am ELEKTRIK METRO RADIO 2nd Anniversary ThumpDay Throwdown - CLUB FIFTY @ VICEROY HOTEL - 485 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida 33131
12:00pm - 07:00pm IBIZA LIVE RADIO POOL SIDE @ NAUTILUS - Nautilus Hotel - 1825 Collins Ave
12:00pm - 10:00pm Closer - The Pool At The Shelborne Hotel - 1801 Collins Avenue
06:00pm - 05:00am VICIO - Newsstand - 28 NE 14TH STREET
06:00pm - 11:00pm Red @ The Raleigh Penthouse - The Raleigh Hotel - 1775 Collins Avenue
06:00pm - 05:00am SHOWCASE CONIC MIAMI - Segafredo Brickell - 1421 South Miami Ave. (Brickell)
07:00pm - 01:00am House Station Radio & Dolce WMC 3rd Edition - The News Lounge - 5580 NE 4th Court
08:00pm - 06:00am Miami Deep In Bass - Automatic Slims - 1216 Washington Ave
09:00pm - 05:00am Tony Touch @WMC - La Quinta Live Music Bar - 929 Washington Ave
09:00pm - 12:00am Angelina Alexon & Tony Valor LIVE - Klima Lounge - 210 23rd st
10:00pm - 05:00am "Soul Good" .... South Beach Session - Tantra Lounge - 1445 Pennsylvania Avenue

Thursday 3/24/2016

11:00 AM - Registration & Badge Pickup
12:00 PM - From AM to Apps-The Future of Radio
12:30 PM - Optical HD
12:30 PM - Demo Listening Workshop
2:00 PM - Vinyl Resurgence - Millennial Cool Or Old School
2:00 PM - Full Circle: The 360' Debate
2:30 PM - Music and Addiction
02:00pm - 10:00pm ParadiseWorld Pool Party - Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach - 1801 Collins Avenue
08:00pm - 04:00am ''The Wire'' WMC Edition With Tony Touch - Kill Your Idol - 222 Espanola Way
09:00pm - 05:00am OSFL Presents "One Love One House/United Nations Event" - LaQuinta Live Music Bar - 929 Washington Ave.
10:00pm - 05:00am FUNKBOX at Electric Pickle - Electric Pickle - 2826 North Miami Avenue

Friday 3/25/2016

06:00pm - 03:00am DJ Hector Carrero Presents Up And Down Music Showcase - Segafredo Brickell - 1421 South Miami Ave. (Brickell)
09:00pm - 05:00am The Clubhouse Jamboree WMC 2016 Edition - Yuca - 501, Lincoln Road

Saturday 3/26/2016

11:00am - 04:00am Masters Of Mayhem 3 Rooftop Pool Party - Congress Hotel South Beach - 1052 Ocean Drive
08:00pm - 05:00am Keep It Deep WMC Official Closing Party - Kill Your Idol - 222 Espanola Way

The dream of an international tennis tournament in Miami began in the 1960s, when top tennis players such as Jack Kramer, Frank Sedgman, Pancho Gonzalez, Pancho Segura and Butch Buchholz toured the country in a station wagon, playing tennis in darkened arenas and fairgrounds. It was before the days of Open tennis, and they travelled with a portable canvas court and plenty of hopes. Buchholz - an original member of the "Handsome Eight" (the first recognized pros of Lamar Hunt's World Championship Tennis Circuit introduced in 1968) - competed until he was forced to retire from tennis in 1970 with chronic tennis elbow.


This year, The Miami Open is set from March 21 to April 3, 2016. The event will take place at the Crandon Park Tennis Center in Key Biscayne, Florida. All the big names of the tennis world including the likes of Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will make their presence felt and will challenge for the title. However, it won’t cost a fan big money to watch their tennis stars since the ticket prices are quite affordable.


Miami Open is one of the very few tournaments outside the four Grand Slams where all the top men’s and women’s players turn up to participate. Many experts consider it as one of the most important tournaments of the calendar year, outside the four slams. This year, it has been made easier for the fans to watch their stars in action, live. The ticket prices have been made remarkably affordable, especially on weekdays. They start from $7 per adult for the 400-level section of the stadium. Click HERE to get the tickets.


Here is the full schedule :

Day 1 Monday 3/21, 10:00 AM
Women's & Men's Singles, Qualifying (48 Draws)

Day 2 Tuesday 3/22, 10:00 AM
Women's & Men's Singles, Qualifying / Women's Singles, 1st Round (96 Draws)

Day 3 Wednesday 3/23 11:00 AM & 07:30 PM
Women's & Men's Singles 1st Round / (96 Draws)

Day 4 Thursday 3/24 11:00 AM & 07:30 PM
Women's Singles, 2nd Round / Men's Singles 1st Round / Doubles (32 Draws)

Day 5 Friday 3/25 11:00 AM & 08:00 PM
Women's Singles 2nd Round / Men's Singles 2nd Round / Doubles

Day 6 Saturday 3/26 11:00 AM & 08:00 PM
Women's Singles 3rd Round / Men's Singles 2nd Round / Doubles

Day 7 Sunday 3/27 11:00 AM & 07:30 PM
Women's Singles 3rd Round / Men's Singles 3rd Round / Doubles

Day 8 Monday 3/28 11:00 AM & 07:30 PM
Women's Singles 4th Round / Men's Singles 3rd Round / Doubles

Day 9 Tuesday 3/29 11:00 AM & 07:30 PM
Women's Singles Quarterfinals / Men's Singles 4th Round/ Doubles Quarterfinals

Day 10 Wednesday 3/30 11:00 AM & 07:00 PM
Women’s & Men’s Singles & Doubles, Quarterfinals

Day 11 Thursday 3/31 01:00 PM & 07:00 PM
Women’s Singles, Semifinals / Men’s Singles, Quarterfinals / Men’s Doubles, Semifinals

Day 12 Friday 4/1 01:00 PM & 07:00 PM
Men's Singles Semifinals / Women's Doubles Semifinals

Day 13 Saturday 4/2 01:00 PM
Women's Singles Final / Men's Doubles Final

Day 14 Sunday 4/3 01:00 PM
Men's Singles Final/Women's Doubles Final

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