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Live Music This Week: February 24-March 2

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Live Music This Week: February 24-March 2

Tue., Feb. 25 – Demi Lovato at BB&T Center, 7 pm, $25.25 - $60.75

Lovatics, rejoice: teen pop sensation Demi Lovato brings the Neon Lights tour to the BB&T Center. Lovato had an extremely busy year in 2013: she released her fourth studio album 'Demi' and was a judge on the hit show 'X-Factor'. The former Disney star is joined by Little Mix and Fifth Harmony on the tour. The show kicks off at 7 p.m.
 
Fri., Feb. 28 – G. Love and Special Sauce at Culture Room, 8 pm, $24.99
 
With their next album due out on in April, alternative R&B group G. Love and Special Sauce is hitting the road. 'Sugar' marks the twelfth album from the group, which has a sound that lies somewhere between blues and rock. This Friday, they bring their distinct sound to Fort Lauderdale venue Culture Room, starting at 8 p.m.
 
Fri., Feb. 28 – Sat., Mar. 1 - Swamp Stomp Music Festival at Tobacco Road, 7 pm, $10 - $15
 
More than 10 bands will take the stage at Tobacco Road this weekend. Swamp Stomp kicks off Friday and will feature some of the best local bands from the city, including Jahfe and Los Bastardos Magnificos. Headlining the Stomp is Austin group The Bright Light Social Hour, performing on day two of the fest.
 
Sat., Mar. 1 – Sun., Mar. 2 – Carnaval on the Mile, Miracle Mile, 10 am – 10 pm
 
Carnaval on the Mile takes over Coral Gables this weekend as a precursor to the Calle Ocho festival. Aside from food, art and local vendors, the Carnval will showcase Miami's best local groups, including Problem Kids, PALO!, Locos por Juana and Suenalo. The fest begins Saturday morning and runs through Sunday evening.

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