The 12 best things to do in Miami this week


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Thursday, September 17th

Scope Immersive, a virtual iteration of a favorite satellite art fair, opens on Thursday. The digital experience transcends your typical presentation of images, placing visitors in a 3D room for online viewing where potential collectors and beginner art lovers can catch up on the latest works. The fair’s new contemporary program, aimed at raising black voices in the art world, will offer daily events on a large video wall within the show, including wellness programming, conversations, artist activations and a virtual nightlife series. From Thursday to Sunday; scope-art.com. Admission is free. Suzannah Friscia

What makes a perfect empananda? HistoryMiami tries to answer that question in the latest section Cultural meetings. On Thursday, Argentine chef Maria Florencia Anaya from Fufi Empanadas will guide viewers through the recipe, sharing her culinary story. The instruction set, available for download at Mima Market, includes Fufi’s signature dough, ingredients of local origin for making four vegetarian fillings, and two ready-to-bake empanadas. Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m .; historymiami.org. Tickets cost $ 30 for members, $ 35 for non-members. Olivia McAuley

Since the 1960s, George Clinton he bravely crossed the fields of both sound and visual arts, gaining the right position as Funkmaster General. On Thursday, Clinton will join the director of the Pérez Museum of Art in Miami, Franklin Sirmans, for an unprecedented recording of the art studio of the founder of Parliament-Funkadelic, followed by a detailed discussion of his practice. During the live broadcast, Clinton will guide viewers around his creative space in Tallahassee and present him with the latest series he has worked on during quarantine. 19:00 Thursday; pamm.org. Admission is free. Olivia McAuley

Broken Shaker: Look at Friday

Broken Shaker: Look at Friday

Photo courtesy of Broken Shaker of Freehand Miami

Friday, September 18th

Craving seafood? Head to Broken Shaker, an outdoor oasis hidden behind Freehand Miami, on Friday for your weekly A night of raw bars and wine, which was launched earlier this month. Enjoy a delicious selection of seafood snacks, such as oysters, ceviche, squid and local smoked fish sauce, and wash it off with one of four natural-wine pairs. Be sure to book in advance on OpenTable, as the number of places is limited to follow the guidelines for moving away from society. 16:00 Friday, at Broken Shaker, 2727 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach; 786-476-7020; freehandhotels.com. Suzannah Friscia

The pandemic does not seem to be aggravated IHeartRadio Music Festivaltrying to widely celebrate its tenth anniversary. On Friday, the (now virtual) festival will present a stellar, multi-genre lineup, with BTS, Coldplay, Kane Brown, Khalid, Migos and Miley Cyrus. The two-day event, hosted by Ryan Seacrest, will be broadcast live from locations in Los Angeles and Nashville. The stream will feature pre-recorded segments dealing with the ongoing impact of the pandemic on the music industry, and fans will have the opportunity to participate in virtual encounters and greetings with their favorite performers. 21:00 Friday; iheart.com. Transmission via cwtv.com or CW application. Olivia McAuley

Oscar G: Look at Saturday

Oscar G: Look at Saturday

Photo courtesy of Nervous Records

Saturday, September 19th

Balcony DJ sets appeared first, and then drive-in concerts appeared. The potential future of live music is being played this Saturday at Deserland Park, thanks to content creators Only in Dade and Nervous Records. Made in Miami will put legendary DJ and Oscar producer G behind the deck, along with Cocodrills and Jesse Perez. Fans of entertainment moving away from the social community can expect marathon sets that include the bass-heavy house sound for which Oscar G is known. There will also be on-site food trucks at the driving fair, ready to bring bites directly into the vehicles present. Saturday from 9 p.m. to 2 p.m., Deserland Park, 14401 NE 19th Ave., North Miami; 786-590-5000; dezerlandpark.com. Tickets cost $ 100 to $ 175 (maximum six people per car) via residentadvisor.net. Olivia McAuley

Legendary go-go band A rare essence celebrates its 45th anniversary with a virtual show on Saturday to premiere its new single “Hit the Floor,” starring Snoop Dogg. The hour-long virtual entertainment comes in place of the DC OG tour, which the band was forced to switch to 2021. The band’s extensive discography will be presented live, including hits like “Work the Walls” and “Do the Mickey”. Snoop will be at your disposal to present a new single and music video. 19:00 Saturday; rareessence.com. Tickets cost $ 5 stageit.com. Olivia McAuley

Sunday, September 20th

The football season is back! The world looks like a completely different place since Miami hosted the Super Bowl earlier this year, but Miami Dolphins find new ways to connect with sports fans as they begin a new season. The Hard Rock Stadium will welcome a maximum of 13,000 fans in person at the opening of the home against the Buffalo Bills. In addition, the stadium will broadcast the game at its Gameday Theater for 386 fans and offer a virtual membership pass for season ticket holders who want to broadcast the game from afar. Sunday at 1 p.m., at Hard Rock Stadium, 347 Don Shula Dr., Miami Gardens; miamidolphins.com. Tickets cost * TK or watch live on CBS. Suzannah Friscia

Monday, September 21st

Brewing on the Tarpon River begins the week with a small-level vinyasa class at its point, which it teaches Ales and Asanas, a group that pairs yoga classes with craft beer in breweries across South Florida. Once you sweat, you’ll naturally want to enjoy a pint at the brewery, and all yogis will get a 20 percent discount to enjoy meals or meals from the beer-inspired food menu. The zoom option is available to those who prefer to skip the personal experience. Monday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Tarpon River Brewing, 280 SW Sixth St., Fort Lauderdale; 954-353-3193; tarponriverbrewing.com. Tickets cost $ 12 via alesandasanas.com. Suzannah Friscia

Tuesday, September 22nd

If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at stand-up, comedian Anastasia Pavlinskaya and Villain Theater are here to give you a chance at the week An open microphone of virtual comedy. Every Tuesday at 1pm they drop a link to sign up for a spot on a negative Facebook page. They then send around the Zoom login code via email. Those who perform particularly well can get a reservation for a future digital show. Who knows? It could be your big break. If performance isn’t your thing, but laughter is, just adjust to watching. Either way, it won’t cost you anything. Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m .; villaintheater.com. Admission is free. Suzannah Friscia

Wednesday, September 23rd

With the cancellation of December’s Art Basel, Miami’s winter art calendar will be left without the dizzying array of events, parties and pop galleries the international fair typically brings. The city’s artistic elite will have to be content Online viewing rooms Arts Basel, a virtual platform of the fair, which connects collectors and lovers with the world’s leading galleries. OVR: 2020, the first of two virtual exhibitions, begins on Wednesday and runs through Sept. 26. Limited to 100 exhibitors, the virtual exhibition will focus on the art created in the last nine months. A live chat feature will be available so visitors can get in direct contact with the galleries. Wednesday through Saturday, Sept. 26; artbasel.com. Olivia McAuley

In 2014, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei made waves with his installation on the island of Alcatraz. Through @Big, explored the plight of unjustly imprisoned and engaged visitors through portraits of prisoners of conscience and the possibility of writing letters of solidarity. On Wednesday, O Cinema and Oolite Arts will present a live virtual projection Ai Weiwei: Truly yours, a documentary about Weiwei ‘s project from its earliest conception to how it all came together. After the film, prepare for an interview with director Cheryl Haines and Oolite President and CEO Dennis Scholl. 19:00 Wednesday; o-cinema.org. Admission is free with RSVP. Suzannah Friscia


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