Tues., Nov. 5 – Drake at American Airlines Arena, 7 pm, $49.75 - $99.75
Former actor turned YMCMB star Drake stops by one of his favorite cities: Miami. The singer/rapper, who recently released his third album 'Nothing was the same', flits between singing R&B hits while dropping in introspective, emotionally bare lyrics. He will be performing live at the American Airlines Arena as part of his current tour, and joining him will be R&B singer Miguel, and rapper Future.
Thur., Nov. 7 – Martin Solveig at LIV, 11 pm, $40 - $60
As soon as the opening beats to 'Hello' come on, it's almost impossible to get the catchy, sugary sweet chorus out of your head. DJ/Producer/Hit maker Martin Solveig has been able to make fun, electro-house that's the best soundtrack to any dance party. Start the weekend early by catching Solveig at one of Miami Beach's best clubs, LIV.
Sat., Nov. 9 – Friends of Nature Music Festival at Virgina Key Beach Park, $45 - $170
Over the course of two days, Virginia Key Beach is taken over by a music festival with a cause: to be the first carbon neutral music fest of Miami. On the musical front, Matisyahu, We are Scientists, and Cafe Tacvba will be headlining the show, joined by some of the best of Miami's local groups including Afrobeta, Locos por Juana, Jahfe, and Bachaco. Comedians, yoga workshops, and a pop up screen from O Cinema will also be available at the fest, kicking off Saturday afternoon.
Sun., Nov. 10 – Coastline Festival at Cruzan Ampitheatre, 12:30 pm, $25+
Not only is Coastline Festival featuring an impressive indie pop roster, it also touts itself as a 'musiculinary experience'. Not only will their be a craft beer cove and a 'food trucktopia', but the headliners include Passion Pit, Two Door Cinema Club, and Matt and Kim. The two day fest begins in Tampa and makes its way to West Palm Beach this Sunday at Cruzan Ampitheatre, kicking off with Kids at 12:30 pm.