Latin Beat
INSIDE ACCESS TO THE HOTTEST LATINO EVENTS AND CELEBS IN SOUTH FLORIDA

What You're Doing This Week: December 23-29

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print
What You're Doing This Week

NBC 6 South Florida

Sun Life Stadium will have even more color than usual Friday, as it's transformed into an electronic dance playground featuring an impressive light show for the Life in Color Festival.

advertisement

 

Nights of Lights

Revel in the festive spirit all week at Pinecrest Gardens' holiday experience, filled with magical creatures and animated animals – illuminated by thousands of twinkling holiday lights. Many evenings will feature free events in the Banyan Bowl, including Christmas Carols, Musical Theater Performances, Story Telling, and more. For more information visit www.pinecrestgardens.org.

Jazz at MOCA

On Thursday, DJ Le Spam & Spam Allstars will headline Jazz at MOCA – a free outdoor concert presented monthly, on the plaza at the Museum of Contemporary Art (770 N.E. 125th Street). Starting at 8 p.m., DJ Le Spam & Spam Allstars blend improvisational electronic elements and turntables with Latin, funk, and hip hop. You will enjoy this unique genre of music. Jazz at MOCA is sponsored by AP Beach Series and the North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency. For more information, visit: www.MoCaNoMi.org.

Life in Color: One Big Paint-Doused Dance Party

Life in Color is back and BIGGER than before, debuting Miami’s first-ever Life in Color Festival on Friday, Dec. 27, at Sun Life Stadium, featuring Calvin Harris, Chuckie, Head Hunterz, Excision, R3hab, Steve Aoki, Major Lazer, Dirthy Phonics, David Solano, Brass Knuckles, Etc!Etc!, Heroes & Villains, Xkore, and 2 Chainz.

“Miami is our home and we have to have the best,” said Life in Color CEO Sebastian Solano. “Calvin and our Life in Color Festival headliners are the top names in EDM. Our fans can expect great beats, incredible talent, and best of all, LOTS OF PAINT!!!”

Life in Color will transform the stadium into an electronic dance playground featuring an impressive light show, eccentric aerial acts, pyrotechnics and multiple stages. Fans can expect to be drenched in color as headliners soak the audience with paint blasts. Life in Color’s Miami Festival will be one of the top music events in the country, and will provide an interactive experience like no other. With over 500 sold-out shows worldwide, this event transports fans into the ultimate mind-blowing, head-bumping, and heart-pumping experience. For more information, visit www.lifeincolor.com/event/miami-2013-12-27-170000.

Leave Comments