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Best things to do in Miami this week June 3-9, 2021



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Thursday, June 3

Miami is currently home to some itinerary immersive art experiences, but superblue There is a permanent museum, or rather, the “Center of Experimental Arts.” Initial installations of SuperBlue include the world premiere of TeamLab’s “Giant Cloud Between Sculpture and Life”, in which the feeling of floating through cumulus becomes a reality. Other artists include James Turrell and ES Devlin, pioneers of such art installations, which explore the effects of climate change and how it relates to the human body. Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at SuperBlue Miami, 1101 NW 23rd St.; superblue.com/miami. Ticket price is $36 showclicks.com. Ashley-Anna Aboreden

Miami’s allure for the opulence of Nuevo has always contrasted Palm Beach’s ongoing Gilded Age. And with the Bitcoin 2021 conference landing in our fair city, expect a lot of crypto tycoons to behave like Miami is their personal playground. If you are interested in crypto but skew more counterculture, shitcoin 2021, a crypto exposition that gives bitcoin extremists a big fat middle finger, may be the place for you. The two-day event includes an engaging program of speakers and activites, including Lisa Francoire, crypto tutors and founder of Fancied, who will discuss how cryptocurrency can close the economic gap for marginalized communities. Crypto expert Justin Bosak will lead the closing ceremony on the second day. at Mad Club Wynwood, 55 NE 24th St., Miami on Thursdays and Fridays at 9:30 a.m.; shitcoin2021.com. Tickets cost $5 eventbrite.com. Olivia Macaulay

Friday, June 4th

The Coral Gables Museum hosts its monthly twilight friday events this week, inviting art and music lovers to enjoy museum exhibits, live music, and drinks from the Cash Bar at sunset. Currently on view: “Adrian Soca: Velcrorealism,” which finds the artist exploring a post-war invention that has spared many kindergarteners the learning curve associated with learning to tie their shoes. And don’t miss “A Matter of Time: Investigating Forty Years of AIDS While Living Through an Epidemic,” an exhibition of AIDS posters from the collection of the Wolfsonian-FIU. Fridays 6 to 8 p.m. at Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables; 305-603-8067; coralgablesmuseum.org. admission is free. Olivia Macaulay

will.im has announced that “June 4 will forever be remembered as the show’s resumption”. Black Eyed Peas live show” – and it’s all happening in Miami. The trio performed their first live show in over a year in support of their latest album, Translation. The album, which released in 2020, proved to be a huge success. Dance to both “Ritmo” and “Girl Like Me” with other fans at the FPL Solar Amphitheater in Bayfront Park on Friday. We’re told some surprises are in store for fans. Fridays at 8 p.m., at the FPL Solar Amphitheater in Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-358-7550; livenation.com. Ticket prices range from $60 to $190. Ashley-Anna Aboreden

Pool Days at Selina Gold Dust: See Saturday

Pool Days at Selina Gold Dust: See Saturday

Photo courtesy of Selina Gold Dust

Night owls are invited to party at dawn when the club space hosts repopulate Mars on Friday. Led by the label’s founder Lee Foss, the event has been halted since the start of the pandemic, and marks its official return. Repopulate Mars recently celebrated its 100th release, the Pleasure States EP. break away, in April. Also on the bill: John Summitt and Annabel Englund – so don’t expect to be home before noon the next day. Fridays at 11 p.m., at Club Space, 34 NE 11th St., Miami; 786-357-6456; Clubspace.com. Tickets cost through $80 Clubspace.com. Olivia Macaulay

Saturday, June 5

Hard ciders have been having a moment for a while, bringing fermented-apple drinks into absolute trend status. But don’t turn your nose at him for his popularity. This, after all, isn’t your run-of-the-mill apple juice. One thing is that you cannot drink juice. And second: Different types of apples yield different types of cider — and don’t even get us started on the myriad cider styles. Still not convinced? Don’t take our word for it; Instead, head to Kush by spillover on Saturday for the fourth-annual in-cider-fest. The free event will offer samples of cider and mead at breweries such as Accomplice Ciderworks, Unbranded Brewery, and B. Nektar Meadery. Also on the menu: oysters, oyster shooters, and fish dips, along with craft cocktails if you need a cider break. Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m., Cush Bye Spillover, 2911 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove; 305-456-5723; kushcoconutgrove.com. admission is free. Jose D. Duran

Party promoter Into the Garden has been hosting local parties for the past five years, and it’s celebrating the milestone in the most Miami way possible: a pool party. Pool Daisy It will feature local DJs, live music and even live art installations from street artist Zee Florist. The musical lineup includes Monroe, Inlighten, The Fates, Inable and Faulhaber. The party will take place at the retro pool area of ​​the Selina Gold Dust Hotel in the MiMo District. Proceeds go toward funding Love Burn, South Florida’s regional Burning Man camping event. Saturday at 2 p.m., Selina Gold Dust in Miami; 7700 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-985-4764; selina.com. Tickets start from $30 through $40 eventbrite.com. Ashley-Anna Aboreden

Wild Things: See Saturday

wild things: see saturday

Photo courtesy of Coral Gables Art Museum

Since 2006, Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami Classical ballet has been an exemplary example of the style – in contrast to the Miami City Ballet, which preferred the Balanchine technique. On Saturday, the company hosts its first live performance of 2021 with the Grand Gala at the Fillmore Miami Beach. The program highlights the classical repertoire of Sergei Diaghilev’s ballet Russes. The company’s lead dancers, soloists, and corps de ballet will lead the audience through big names like “La Bayadere” and “Le Carnival.” Fillmore Miami Beach at 7 p.m., 1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach; 305-673-7300; fillmoremb.com. Ticket price through $39 to $59 livenation.com. Ashley-Anna Aboreden

The infamous 90s thriller, with sex, murder, intrigue and Bill Murray tied around his neck wild things You have everything you could ask for in one Saturday-night flick. As luck would have it, Coral Gables Cinema is screening the film in its 35-millimeter glory on Saturday. The R-rated film will be presented by new Times Contributor Juan Antonio Barquin, co-founder of the blog Dim the House Lights and co-creator of the queer film series Fleming Classics. Saturdays at 9 p.m., at the Coral Gables Art Museum, 285 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables; 305-603-8067; coralgablesmuseum.org. Ticket price is $11.75. Olivia Macaulay

Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul: Watch Sunday

Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul: Watch Sunday

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Sunday, June 6

Floyd Mayweather, holder of 15 major world titles and bronze medalist at the 1996 Olympics, YouTuber. will compete against Logan Paul In what might be the most talked-about and cringe-inducing exhibition battle in recent memory, Sunday. The match will take place at Hard Rock Stadium, with the odds certainly not in Paul’s favor—Mayweather has held steady as the-1500 favorite according to BetOnline—but only time will tell. If you cannot attend in person, the match will be broadcast on pay-per-view courtesy of Showtime. Read more on page 12. Sunday at 8 p.m. at Hard Rock Stadium, 347 Don Shula Dr., Miami Gardens; 305-943-8000; hardrockstadium.com. Ticket price through $50 to $3,000 ticketmaster.com. Olivia Macaulay

Monday, June 7

The Patricia and Philip Frost Art Museum Celebrates the History of One of Miami’s Oldest Neighborhoods with Exhibits “Place and Purpose: Art Transformation in the Coconut Grove,” A multimedia collection representing the region’s multifaceted art scene since the 1960s. The exhibit, on view until September, features Miami Black Arts Workshop alumni Roland Woods Jr., Robert McKnight, and Pamela Kabua Bowens-Sappho, as well as Coconut Grove residents Ronnie Bogaev, Erica King, and Eugene Masin. Monday at 10 a.m. at the Patricia and Philip Frost Art Museum, 10975 SW 17th St., Miami; 305-348-2890; thefrost.fiu.edu. Admission is free by appointment only. Olivia Macaulay

Tuesday, June 8

Natural wine – or “natty wine,” if you must – is taking the world by storm, and the Boxelder Craft Beer Market is right on this delicious trend. In case your wine knowledge doesn’t go any further than Three-Buck Chuck at Trader Joe’s: Natural wine is a wine made simply from fermented grape juice without the addition of adulterants. Boxelder’s . fourth installment of natural wine tasting All about natural wines made by women. Don’t fret if you’re a natural-wine newbie. This tasting is also informative, providing fun insight into each pour. There will also be small, tasty bites to pair with the wine. Boxelder Craft Beer Market, 2817 NW Second Avenue, Miami from 7 to 10 p.m.; 305-942-7769; bxldr.com. Tickets cost $65 eventbrite.com. Ashley-Anna Aboreden

Wednesday, June 9 June

Enjoy free stand-up comedy from local comedians and sip on Craft Brew here Focal Brewery Company’s Comedy Night, is held every Wednesday at the Bear House in Little River. Guests can also indulge themselves in bites of local food trucks located within the confines of the brewery and drink special drinks all night long while taking in sets by Amber Joy, Sebastian Rodriguez, David Martin, and others. Adventurers who have a story to tell should stay tuned for the open-mic segment, which kicks off in the evening. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. at Focal Brewing Company, 7235 NE Fourth Avenue; 305-363-5166; focalbrewing.com. Ticket price through $12.50 eventbrite.com. Olivia Macaulay

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