Miami Soul weekend guide: South Florida HBCU Picnic, RonDayVu Day Party, A Conversation on Haitian/Dominican Crisis

Miami Soul – your ultimate source for places to go, people to see, and things to do in the black social scene. Check out this week’s weekend guide from Miami Soul. For a list of weekly reoccurring events, check out

Flow Fridays Live Music & Poetry Dinner Party
Every Friday, 8PM – 1AM – Piano Hollywood at Hard Rock, 5805 Seminole Way, Ft. Lauderdale

Presented by B Side Entertainment, enjoy open mic, dinner, and live music and an open mic. Showtime at 9:30pm; kitchen closes at 10:30pm; 2 drink minimum per person. Admission $15 in advance. For info:

Legacy Magazine 40 Under 40 Celebration
Friday, July 10, 10PM – 2AM – Fifty at Viceroy Miami, 485 Brickell Ave

Legacy Magazine’s 2015 40 Under 40 Honorees celebrate their recognition at one of the sexiest venues in Miami. 40 Under 40 Honoree ladies free before 1am, and gentlemen pay a reduced cover of $10 before 1am.

A Conversation With…Presents a Discussion on the Haitian/Dominican Crisis
Friday, July 10, 7PM – 11PM – Caribbean Market Place, 5925 NE 2nd Ave, Little Haiti

Perforce Group, Northeast Second Ave Partnership, and the Little Haiti Culture Center presents another installment of its young professionals monthly networking discussion series feature an important discussion on the Haitian/Dominican Crisis with the Minister of Haitians Living Abroad, Minister Robert Labrousse. Attire business casual and $10 suggestion donation. Appetizers included.

Inaugural South Florida HBCU Picnic
Saturday, July 11, 12PM – 5PM – Amelia Earhart Park Pavillion 7, 401 E 65th St, Hialeah

The Academic Hustle presents the inaugural South Florida HBCU Picnic for alumni, Black alumni, Greeks, current and prospect students for a day of community and HBCU pride with food, fun, games, and music. Bring your picnic baskets and lawn chairs. Family friendly and open to kids and family. Participating South Florida Alumni Chapters: Howard University, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, Hampton University, Morgan State University, Tuskegee University, Coppin State University, Tennessee State University. Sponsors & Community Partners: The Academic Hustle, Josh Jones Law, South Florida Professionals, South Florida HBCU Alliance, 100 Black Men of South Florida. For info, visit

Play Pretty Beauty Launch & Brunch
Saturday, July 11, 11AM – 2PM – Lago Mar Country Club, 500 NW 127th Ave, Plantation

Danielle Knox hosts an upscale, classy affair full of inspiration, fashion, shopping and beauty to launch her natural beauty company, Play Pretty Beauty. Attire is Saturday brunch attire. Note: This event is sold out.

Shorts & Sandals @ Nikki Beach: Miami Takeover Weekend
Saturday, July 11, 10PM – 4AM – Nikki Beach, 1 Ocean Dr, South Beach

LIV Alive Social Group and DC-based Wylie K & Friends co-host a sexy summer soiree on the beach for the Miami Takeover weekend. Limited early bird tickets $20 online for the first 50 people, and $30-$40 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at

RonDayVu Day Party South Beach
Sunday, July 12, 2PM – 8PM – Oceans 10, 960 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

LIV Alive Social Group and Wylie K & Friends presents a Sunday day party at a chic venue right on Ocean Dr as part of their Miami Takeover Weekend with partygoers expected from different parts of the country. Also includes a live band and DJ. Early bird tickets $10.



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