Big Night in Little Haiti takes place on the third Friday of the month, with children’s activities as well as artists, arts and crafts and food vendors from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
There is free admission and free parking.
The Nov. 21 event will feature a performance by the band Lakou Mizik, a Haitian roots and soul revue that melds Vodou, Troubadou, Rara and Rap Harmonik. Opening act is folkloric ensemble Zetwal Kreyol.
DJ Mack will spin between sets.
The gallery will feature Local Artists Series V.
The hands-on art activities for kids will be sponsored by Positive Impact Foundation/Kose Famn and the Bass Museum of Art.
There’s free secured parking for the event at the Little Haiti Cultural Center, 212 NE 59 Terrace; find a detailed schedule here.