Thurs., Oct. 24 – The Reflektors at Little Haiti Cultural Center, 8 pm
It may seem odd that an unknown band named The Reflektors playing at a little known venue called the Little Haiti Cultural Center may sell out tickets in less than 10 minutes. Now, switch out 'The Reflektors' for Arcade Fire and suddenly the picture becomes clearer. The Grammy Award winning group went somewhat incognito for their two 'secret' shows in Miami, with their first stop being at Wednesday night at Mekka, and Thursday night in Little Haiti.
Fri., Oct. 25 – Jessie Ware at Revolution Live, 7 pm, $31.25
Jessie Ware processes the rare talent of being able to vacillate between being featured on two SBTRKT song, and then releasing a soft, R&B based ballad entitled 'Wildest Moments'. The pure range of her talent has made Ware stand out, which is why her debut album 'Devotion' has garnered so much interest. This Friday night, the British singer takes the stage in Ft. Lauderdale at Revolution Live.
Sat., Oct. 26 – Luke Bryan at Cruzan Ampitheatre, 7 pm
The Dirt Road Diaries tour features some of Country's best artists, including Florida Georgia Line and Thompson Square. Headlining the tour is none other than pop country star Luke Bryan. Bryan has been establishing himself over the course of four albums, and swept at the American Country Awards last year. The tour hits West Palm Beach at the Cruzan Ampitheatre on Saturday night, starting at 7 pm.
Sun., Oct. 27 – Built to Spill at Culture Room, 7:30 pm, $27.25
Indie rock group Built to Spill has been making music together since the early 1990s, and have released eight albums to date. Apart from their full length releases, there are other EPs and singles that dot the long history of the group, starting with 'Ultimate Alternative Wavers' to 'There Is No Enemy'. Their current tour hits Ft. Lauderdale at the Culture Room this Sunday night.