Miami Soul weekend guide: Slick Rick, Keke Wyatt & Tank, and more

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ICABA Pre-cruise Cocktail Party
Tuesday, October 28, 6PM – 8PM – III Forks Restaurant at Gulfstream Park, 501 Silks Run, Hallandale

ICABA, the networking organization for affluent black professionals, hosts a cocktail part with complimentary food and drink. Free RSVP at

Keke Wyatt & Tank live
Wednesday, October 29, 9PM – Hollywood Live, 2333 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood

A night of music and soul featuring a live performance by Keke Wyatt and Tank. Dinner reservations available.

Cunninglinguistics Erotic Poetry
October 29, 8PM – 2AM – Piano at Seminole Hard Rock, 5805 Seminole Way, Hollywood

Ingrid B and B Side Entertainment hosts an open mic and erotic poetry event. Tickets $10 and up.

Kappa Comedy Night
Wednesday, October 29, 7PM – Improv at Seminole Hard Rock, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood

The Ft. Lauderdale Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. hosts a night of laughter hosted by comedian Rayzor. Proceeds benefit the chapter’s Guide Right Program Kappa League mentoring for local middle and high school students, including awarding more than $15,000 in academic scholarships. Reception at 7pm followed by dinner and comedy at 8pm. Each ticket will receive 2 VIP guest passes for future Improv shows and free after party at Wet Willie’s! Admission $20

Halloween Party
Friday, October 31, 11PM – until – Fate at Gulfstream Park, 601 Silks Run, Hallandale

Majestic Group events hosts a Halloween costume party. RSVP for complimentary admission before 12:30am; $10 reduced admission with RSVP; $20 without RSVP. Tickets:

Pink & Black Ball
Saturday, November 1, 7PM – 11PM – Florida Memorial University, Smith Conference Center, 15800 NW 42nd Ave, Miami Gardens

Join the City of Miami Gardens and Councilwoman Felicia Robinson for an evening of fun, dinner, dancing, and a fashion show in honor and support of breast cancer awareness. Attire semi-formal. Cost $50. All proceeds will be donated to local non-profits that service and assist breast cancer patients.

Slick Rick live
Sunday, November 2, 10PM – 4AM – Will Call Miami, 700 NE 2nd Ave

The legendary Slick Rick is live for a throwback of some of his classic songs. Music by DJ Heron and Self Born. Advance tickets $15 at