Miami Soul weekend guide: Raheem Devaughn live, RonDAYvu Day Party, Big Night in Little Haiti, and more

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Marvin Dixon’s LOL Thursdays
Thursday, October 16, 10PM – Hard Rock, 5700 Seminole Way, Ft. Lauderdale

Miami’s funny man presents a night of laughs. Two drink minimum, 21+ o enter.

Soca Thursdays
Thursday, October 16, 10PM – 4AM – Ginger Bay Cafe, 1908 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood

A carnival last lap event playing the best in Soca and a little reggae and R&B. Free admission.

Flow Fridays featuring Raheem Devaughn
Friday, October 17, 4PM – 12AM – Piano Hollywood at Hard Rock, 5805 Seminole Way

B Side Entertainment presents an intimate live music experience featuring Raheem Devaughn, live poetry, and music by DJ Fly Guy. Tickets available at

SocialXChange Miami Happy Hour
Friday, October 17, 6PM – 11PM – The Social Lubricant, 167 NW 23rd St, Miami

Start the weekend off with good drinks, great conversation and great vibes. This event is in support of voter awareness and early voting with special guests Florida New Majority and the Young Democrats. No cover all night.

Big Night in Little Haiti
Friday, October 17, 6PM – 10PM – Little Haiti Cultural Complex, 212 NE 59th Terr

This monthly 3rd Friday event never disappoints and features an evening of live outdoor music, arts & culture, kids activities, Haitian cuisine for sale, and a very diverse audience followed by the after party across the street at 7th Circuit Studios with Moksha Roots Live for an authentic reggae experience. This month features Harmonik, a 7-piece konpa band featured on America’s Got Talent; Ada, a young Haitian singer providing the opening set, DJ Mack spinning in between sets, and an American Airlines raffle for a pair of tickets to Haiti.

RonDAYvu Day Party with Fonzworth Bentley
Saturday, October 18, 4PM – 11PM – Martini Bar at Gulfstream Park, 601 Silks Rd, Hallandale

The monthly Caribbean day party includes an extended happy hour 4-5pm and 7-8pm, $5 martini, $5 tapas, and drink specials. RSVP and discounted tickets at

Festival of Praise: Fred Hammond & Donnie McClurkin
Saturday, October 18, 7PM – James L. Knight Center, 400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami

Two Gospel powerhouses come together for a night of workshop and praise. Tickets available at–knight-center-10-18-2014-9138031/?GCID=C12289x842

Pink Tea for Breast Cancer Awareness
Sunday, October 19, 2PM – 5PM – The Enrico Dairy Farmhouse, 18450 NW 12th Ave, Miami Gardens

The Sunday brunch to benefit a good cause. Come dressed in your Sunday chic and your big hat. A portion of proceeds will be donated to local non-profits that service and assist breast cancer patients.