Halloween may be over and people may be jumping all over the Christmas decorations, but we’re still taking one windy and crisp day at a time. November is a notoriously beautiful month in Miami, full of outdoor events that every curious creative wouldn’t miss. The first two weeks already have something in store for everyone, so take a look at your upcoming social schedule:
Wednesday, Nov. 2
Yoga For President – We know all this election talk and campaign lingo has everyone feeling a little too stressed for comfort, so Lululemon wants you to down dog before you hit the polls! They’ve launched a campaign to cultivate much-needed peace and unity in our community: Yoga For President. Swing by for some deep-stretching, acro yoga, and mingle & munch post-savasana.
Where: The Wynwood Yard – 56 NW 29th ST. Time: 7 p.m. RSVP: Snag your free spot.
Friday, Nov. 4
Flamenco Legend: Have an evening with the world’s greatest living flamenco guitarist! Born in Andalucia into a family of flamenco guitarists, José Fernández Torres, better known as “Tomatito”, was discovered as a child prodigy and mentored by the late great Paco De Lucía. He will be joined by the electrifying dancer José Maya, who has collaborated with many of the most renowned flamenco artists and has opened for pop stars Marc Anthony, Beyoncé and Björk.
Where: The Olympia Theater – 174 E Flagler ST. Time: 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. Tickets: Get em here.
Pulse Late Night: The New World Center transforms into a late-night lounge during #NWSPULSE, complete with club-style lighting and videos. DJ Le Spam returns to spin electronic grooves alongside the Spam Allstars and performances by the New World Symphony. This event is included in all membership levels of Friends of New World Symphony.
Where: New World Symphony – 500 17th ST, Miami Beach. Time: 9 p.m. – 1 a.m. Tickets: Get em here.
Soul Clap Album Release: Ever since their debut with EFUNK, the Soul Clap boys have been part of the Pickle family and they couldn’t be more proud to host the debut of their brand new self-titled album. One of the best nightlife spots in the city, Electric Pickle’s musical lineups can never let you down, especially when they move into the back patio when the sun comes up.
Where: Electric Pickle – 2826 N Miami Ave. Time: 10 p.m. (Doors). Tickets: Snag em here.
Saturday, Nov. 5
SEED Food & Wine Festival: Enjoy samplings of plant-based food, wellness, sustainable and vegan living with a beer garden, Chef demonstrations, speaker stage, yoga lounge, fitness zone, crafts, apparel, edible garden demonstrations, wines, organic cruelty free beauty bar and over 200 restaurants, bakeries, brands, spirits and juices sampling delicious plant-based treats all day.
Where: Mana Wynwood – 318 NW 23rd ST. Time: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tickets: Get em here.
Big Night in Little Haiti: Big Night in Little Haiti returns an annual festival, copresented by Rhythm Foundation and Rasin Festival. Featuring legendary voudou-rock and roots band RAM, Paul Beaubrun, Voudou Lakay, Kazak featuring Inez Barlatier, Nancy St Leger Dance Company, Tradisyon Lakou Lakay and so much more. The night closes with a Bal Gede featuring DJ Gardy Girault at 380 Projects next door.
Where: Little Haiti Cultural Complex – 5925 NE 2nd Ave. Time: 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. Tickets: Free.
Paulie Gee’s Grand Opening: The long-time Brooklyn staple, Paulie Gee’s has finally opened its doors in MiMo and it’s time for an epic pizza party! Come check out the new Paulie Gee’s Miami at the former China Palace restaurant in all its restored glory. Have a late-night jam with the legendary Lolo, sip on local craft brew specials, and bubbly by Perrier Jouet while you have a slice of those famous pies. Photobooths, pop-ups, art activations and more to be announced, but get on this soon.
Where: Paulie Gee’s Miami – 8001 Biscayne Blvd. Time: 10 p.m. – 1 a.m. Tickets: Free w/ RSVP.
Sunday, Nov. 6
The Underline Cycling Club: Explore the future Underline and Ludlam Trail connection at Dadeland North Metrorail station. When connected, The Underline’s 10 miles and the Ludlam Trail’s 6 miles will create 16 miles of the 22-mile #Miami Loop, a bicycle and pedestrian network of off-road trails in the urban core.
Where: Coconut Grove Station – 2780 SW 27th Ave. Time: 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Tickets: Free w/ RSVP.
Tuesday, Nov. 8
Election Watch Party – In honor of what will surely be a nailbiter of election night, The New Tropic is hosting a little shindig at O Cinema to ride it out together. As a special treat, Kevin Wynn from The Wolfson Archives will be screening hilarious and strange election coverage footage from the ’60s, ’70s and 80s. After a stroll down Miami’s memory lane, we’ll go right into election night coverage. Whether you’re representing red or blue, this event is for you.
Where: O Cinema Wynwood – 90 NW 29th ST. Time: 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. Tickets: Free w/ RSVP.
Thursday, Nov. 10
Screening: Streets of Wynwood – PAMM will screen WLRN Public Television’s latest original production, “Streets of Wynwood,” which will take a wild ride into the riot of color, creativity and chaos that is Miami’s street art scene. Every year during Art Basel Miami, street artists from around the globe converge on Miami’s Wynwood district. This premiere presentation will transport the viewer into this nomadic subculture to meet some of world’s best exponents of urban art and to appreciate first-hand how this once clandestine tribe of taggers.
Where: PAMM – 1103 Biscayne Blvd. Time: 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. Tickets: Get em here.
Rooftop Unplugged – Join us as magic washes over the city skyline at the Filling Station Lofts for the crowd-favorite concert, Rooftop Unplugged Sessions. Now at the newly renovated outdoor pool. Take in an intimate performance by a local musical powerhouse Shira Lee. Enjoy handmade ice cream sandwiches by Wynwood Parlor and sips to drink in the soothing sounds and breathtaking views of the city. RSVP Required as space is limited. Please arrive on time.
Where: Filling Station Lofts – 1657 N Miami Ave. Time: 8-9:30 p.m. Tickets: Free w/ RSVP.
Friday, Nov. 11
Celebration of Gratitude – The Gratitude Project in partnership with Room Five Charity Foundation Inc and The Sacred Space are organizing a fundraiser in Miami, Florida on Nov. 11th, 2016 to benefit Child-Headed Households in Nkomazi, South Africa. The event is about raising funds for the Child-Headed Households in Nkomazi, South Africa and creating an experience of gratitude and togetherness for the community here in South Florida.
Where: The Sacred Space Miami – 105 NE 24th ST. Time: 8 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. Tickets: Get em here.
Saturday, Nov. 12
Night of Light in Little River – On Nov. 12th, Night of Light is back and better than before with new art to discover in every nook of the Little River, Little Haiti, and MiMo neighborhoods to the north, perfectly paired with snacks and sounds that are sure to delight your senses. Customize your night by visiting the spaces that matter most to you, and be sure to collect a sticker from each of the five zones across the map for a chance to win one of the many prizes that show off what the neighborhood has to offer.
Where: All over Little River. Time: 5 p.m. – 5 a.m. Tickets: Free w/ RSVP.
Rhye in Miami Beach – From New York Times: “The music held its own mystery. The songs were a seductive blend of electronic pop, cocktail jazz and Quiet Storm soul, far plusher and sultrier than the sounds normally championed in the indie-rock blogosphere, with startlingly openhearted lyrics about love and sex. What really seized listeners’ imaginations was the singer’s voice — a contralto croon, cool on the top end, warm and radiant on the bottom, smoky around the edges and, in many songs, a dead ringer for the British-Nigerian superstar Sade. The singing, like Sade’s, was sexy and vulnerable but remote, with an accent that couldn’t be pinned down.”
Where: North Beach Bandshell – 7275 Collins Ave. Time: 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Tickets: Grab em here.
Sunday, Nov. 13
The Miami Book Fair – Opening Day of #MiamiBookFair2016 is sure to be one for the books! The fun starts here: a reading with Jorge Ramos, author of “Sin Miedo: Lecciones de rebeldes”; a reading from international best-selling Children’s author Eoin Colfer, author of “Iron Man, The Gauntlet”; and a Special Event with The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah, author of “Born a Crime.” The Fair will take place from Nov. 13-20.
Where: 300 NE 2nd Ave. Time: 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Tickets: Snag em here.
Tuesday, Nov. 15
Community Chats ft. The Jupiter Circle – Follow Your Joy at this monthly community chat series hosted by Gaby Guzman from The Jupiter Circle this Fall at Filling Station Lofts. Join her for evenings of inspiration, passion and real-talk about how you can identify what you love and incorporate it into your life and your brand story. Rebecca Fishman Lipsey is a policymaker and social entrepreneur. She is the youngest person ever to serve on the Florida Board of Education, and she runs Radical Partners, an accelerator that helps launch and grow social-change organizations.
Where: Filling Station Lofts – 1657 N Miami Ave. Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tickets: Free w/ RSVP.
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