The stage lights at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts will remain dark indefinitely, but its outdoor Thomson Plaza is the ideal alternative for live events.
So the Arsht has unveiled a new live series, titled “The Interlude,” featuring a variety of Miami-based musical performers to the public. All performances are at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Please note, socially distanced guidelines will be enforced, and face coverings will be required.
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- Elastic Bond, the Miami-based duo, will perform their self-described psychedelic tropical soul. Led by Venezuelan musician and producer Andres Ponce and Honduran singer/songwriter Sofy Encanto, the five-piece band’s sound blends funk, hip-hop, soul and Latin sounds.
Jan. 21 Tickets $15. Click here for tickets.
- Lemon City Trio perform songs from their albums “Welcome to the Neighborhood” and latest release “Cliffs.” Their sound combines elements of hip-hop, Cajun and guitar riffs.
Jan. 29 Tickets $15. Click here for details.
- Yoli Mayor, Miami’s own powerhouse and a finalist on “America’s Got Talent,” sings a selection of well-known hits and original songs that showcase her soulful voice.
Feb. 5 Tickets $15. Click here for tickets.
- Dirty Dozen Brass Band welcome in Mardi Gras with a performance of brass-band music that incorporates bebop, jazz, R&B and soul.
Feb. 12 Tickets $25. Click here for tickets.
- Keba & The Usual Suspects, a Trinidan-born artist performs music with exotic rhythms combining pop, R&B and soul. Her voice is reminiscent of Whitney Houston and Chaka Khan.
Feb. 19 Tickets $15. Click here for tickets.
Other Events in Miami
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