Viernes Culturales (Cultural Fridays), a free arts and music festival, takes place on the last Friday of the month from 7 to 11 p.m. Update: December’s event will take place on Dec. 18 so as not to coincide with Christmas.
Viernes Culturales features dancing under the stars, domino games, cigar rollers, cafecitos and mojitos. The Domino Plaza is filled with works by local artists and artisans. Take a free tour The old Jewish neighborhood” featuring a former synagogue, Jewish youth center, home of parents of Paul Tibbetts, Jr. and old trolley car line with Dr. Paul George.
Also visit Beck’s Urban Canvas project, featuring newly painted works on Calle Ocho buildings by artists participating in the project. And stop by the Futurama Building and take in their Cafe con Arte exhibition and face painting for the kids at the Miami Arts Parade Booth. Plus a special performance by Angolan singer Bruna Tatiana.
For more information call 305-643-5500, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.viernesculturales.org
The festival takes place on Southwest Eighth Street — Calle Ocho — between 13th and 17th avenues.