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Live Music this Week: March 17 - 23



    Tues., Mar. 18 – 2 Chainz at The Fillmore Miami Beach, 8 pm, $45 - $59.50
    It's impossible to miss a 2 Chainz verse on any track, starting with the fact that they're always preceded by a notable '2 Chainzzz'.The College Park rapper started out in the duo Playaz Circle, and his solo career since then has seen the release of three albums and collaborations with Drake and Kanye West. He performs live this Tuesday night at the Fillmore in Miami Beach, joined by Pusha T and August Alsina.

    Wed., Mar. 19 – Tyler the Creator at Revolution Live, 7:30 pm, $28 - $32
    Days after inciting a riot at SXSW, Tyler the Creator is heading Fort Lauderdale to play at Revolution Live. The Odd Future Kill Them All frontman is no stranger to controversy, as many of his lyrics and performances are known for their shock value. The sold out show kicks off at 7:30 pm.
    Sat., Mar. 22 – Miley Cyrus at the American Airlines Arena, 7:30 pm, $19.50 - $89.50
    Between the twerking, the outfits, and the fact that her tongue is never in her mouth for too long, Miley Cyrus has been shedding her former Disney image swiftly. Her Bangerz tour is hitting Miami this weekend, with special guests Icona Pop opening the show. Catch the star in all her half naked glory at the American Airlines Arena this Saturday night.
    Sat., Mar. 22 – MDC Live Arts presents Love Song at The Colony Theatre, 6:30 and 9:30 pm, $30
    The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller merges film and music to create a 'live documentary'. The documentary chronicles the life and career of R. Buckminster Fuller, an architect, engineer, and author. His life is narrated by director Sam Green, who flashes images while indie band Yo La Tengo plays the original score, live. This performance piece has two showings at the Colony Theatre this Saturday night.