Miami Soul – your ultimate source for places to go, people to see, and things to do in Black Miami. New name but same great content on the black social scene. Check out this week’s weekend guide from Miami Soul.
For a list of weekly reoccurring events, check out miami.com/miami-soul.
Talib Kweli live
Wednesday, September 10, 10PM – 4AM – Therapy, 60 NE 11th St, Downtown Miami
Talib Kweli performs live with music by DJ Heron. Tickets on sale at www.wantickets.com/Events/165426/Talib-Kweli/
Friday, September 12, 10:30PM – 5:30AM – MOCA Cafe & Lounge, 738 NE 125th St, North Miami
Donovan Campbell and The Blazers Group presents an evening of class, style, and sophistication with music by DJ K-Tim. Ladies free and signature drinks free before 12AM. Impressive attire required.
The Family Dinner II
Saturday, September 13, 3:30PM – Dolores Restaurant, 1000 S. Miami Ave, Brickell
The dinner series founded in NYC in 2008 that has gained popularity and become a staple across the country returns to Miami for a second time for a fun afternoon of networking and fellowshipping with young professionals. Limited seats available. Tickets to the dinner are $42.50 and available for purchase online at https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07e9lkd7ei5fc5767e&oseq=&c=&ch=. For info: Facebook.com/OurFamilyDinner
ALS Knock Out Fight/Dinner Party
Saturday, September 14, 8PM
The Shakers Group presents ALS Knock Out Fight/Dinner Party for the Mayweather fight and featuring Miami Spice dinner, bottle specials, 11 HD screens & 86in projector screen. Table reservations highly recommended and upscale attire. Visit www.shakersgroup.com for details and reservations. A portions of the proceeds will benefit the ALS Association.
Deep City – The Birth of the Miami Sound film screening
Tuesday, September 16, 6PM – 9PM – The Historic Lyric Theater, 819 NW 2nd Ave, Miami
WLRN presents a a premiere film screening of a homegrown story about producers Willie Clarke and Johnny Pearsall, both from the streets of Miami, who used the business skills they gained in college to create Deep City Records, the first black-owned record label in Florida formed in the 1960’s and changed the face of soul music in Miami and eventually the country. The screening is complimentary and is sponsored by the Knight Foundation. 6PM – hors d’oeuvres and cash bar; 7PM – film presentation; 8PM – Q&A with producers and stars of the film. RSVP at eventbrite.com/e/deep-city-the-birth-of-the-miami-sound-tickets-12739130081