Miami, FL – April 12, 2014 – Following their recent launch, luxury lifestyle brand, RAZON, in partnership with Ducati Miami, hosted an intimate Art Walk experience during Wynwood’s monthly Art Walk series. RAZON’s VIP lounge was the first of its kind, held at Wynwood’s new cultural hub, Mana Wynwood, and showcasing their signature line of exotic wooden sunglasses in an intimate and interactive environment.
Nikkita Winkler & Megan Gomez
DJ Fly Guy
Martina Carreno & Marcus Anderson
Shannon Burger, Alexandra Altman, & Samantha Hodian
Jana Notice & Lindsay Butter
Kiana Wise & Diane Daley
Cathy Brown & Natalie Garcia
Crystal Rodriguez & Elissa Martinez
David Stovall, Tanika Dickers, Sebastian Leguizamon, & Jeremy Newnhan
Miami Beach, FL – December 12-15, 2013 – You did it! You survived Art Basel and its endless parties, concerts, dinners, brunches and more. Ready to go back at it? Here’s a list of places to get your party on, and just in case you didn’t get enough art last week, we have a few places to stop in to get your fix. Speaking of last week, since you spent the bulk of it in ultimate party mode, we’re know you have what it takes to keep the good times going all the way through New Years.
Joachim Garraud at Mansion
Thursday night is a busy one, so be sure and set aside time to catch Joachim Garraud at Mansion. The French DJ, mixer and producer, whose been nominated as the World’s Best Electronic Dance Music Artist, will leave tracks like “We Are the Future” and “The Future” blaring through the speakers and you dance and dance some more. Be on the lookout for his keyboard.
Mark the calendar for Thursday when Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano hit the decks at LIV for house music from the Dutch duo. Prepare to hear “Lift U Up,” as you watch the team that made history with its 2009 three-hour set at the Dirty Dutch Aftershock in Heineken Music Hall where 5,500 fans danced the day away. We’re positive you’ll make memories of your own that night with this as your background music.
It’s the second Saturday of the month, which means Wynwood’s streets will be alive and bustling with art seekers. Join in the crowd to get your monthly dose (well, this month it’s actually a bonus dose) as galleries open their doors to show their latest exhibitions. It’s a perfect chance for you to take in a little culture if all you did during Basel was party hop. Nosh on bites at the food truck round up and get reacquainted with our city’s most artistic district. Be sure to also stop in at Style Mafia for its holiday soiree, which takes place at the showroom (2324 N.W. Fifth Ave.) from 7 to 10 p.m.
First Beat at Pérez Art Museum Miami
Now that the museum is open for business, let the fun begin. This go round it’s a special drum performance sponsored by Target. Every hour on the hour, 15 female drummers (hailing from Miami and N.Y.C.) will bang out beats on their drums while guests will be invited to create their own percussion instrument. The show starts at 1, so be sure to save the date for Saturday.
If you’re like the rest of Miami, you probably don’t know what you’re doing yet this weekend. Lucky for you, it’s Friday and we’ve got your line-up of what to do right here with our brand spankin’ new weekend guide. On every Friday, World Red Eye will be bringing you a specially selected list of the hottest things going on for the weekend. Some of them are things we’ll also be at, covering all the action, and some of them we won’t be at but still think they’re going to be awesome. There’s so much constantly going on in Miami- in every area from DJs and musical acts to the arts and dining scene. There’s no reason to ever be sitting at home with nothing to do when we’ve got the great city of Miami as our backyard! We’re taking all the work out of it for you, and simplifying it down to this very essential list of things you need to check out. Maybe you can’t make all of them, but at least you know what’s going on and can pick one or two.
This weekend, we’ve got a whole lot of spring time fun just in time for daylight savings. Whether you’re a local looking for some off-the-beach activities, or a spring breaker from Michigan in town to thaw out and party, there’s something for everyone to do. There’s lots going on from right this very moment to tomorrow day and night, and right through Sunday and ending things with a bang on Sunday night. There’s some spring break shenanigans, artsy stuff to see, drinking to be done, and partying to be had. So get out there and make the most of this weekend full of stuff to do- check it all out below. We’ll see you out there!
Express Spring Break Hits Nikki Beach
Yes, it is that time of year when tons of college kids from all over the country descend upon South Beach to defrost and party. And if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em! All day long today, Express is going to be posted up at Nikki Beach throwing a fun-in-the-sun party. From 11am to 5pm, they’ve got a DJ, tons of games, prizes, giveaways, a sunscreen spray booth, Instagram photo printing station (#EXPspringbreak), and cell phone charging stations so you can stay as long as you like. WRE will be there capturing all the spring breakers, so bring your best bikinis!
Cosmopolitan’s Bikini Bash at Nikki Beach, March 14, 2009
Cosmopolitan’s Bikini Bash at Nikki Beach, March 14, 2009
Cosmopolitan’s Bikini Bash at Nikki Beach, March 14, 2009
Kristin Cavallari at Cosmopolitan’s Bikini Bash at Nikki Beach, March 14, 2009
Sprung! Spring Beer Festival
Get your day drinking on Saturday afternoon at Sprung! Spring Beer Festival in the Grove. They’re going to have over 150 types of beers to be sample from 4 to 7pm, making it the largest selection of any beer festival in Florida. They’ve got spring and summer seasonal brews along with your favorites, tons of games like beer pong and human bowling (what?!), and live music.
Second Saturdays in Wynwood Arts District have become just one big block party known as Wynwood Art Walk. All the galleries and bars open their doors as people flood the streets, wandering in and out perusing the art while boozing. Tons of Miami’s favorite food trucks post up too, so you’ve got everything right there from about 7 to 11pm. This month’s got a special feature as the Florida Grand Opera will be singing some of their modern stuff for all to hear from the Hangar Gallery.
This special exhibit at the Moore Building in the Design District is around for just this weekend only. Celebrating the life and art of iconic graffiti artist Keith Haring, Haring Miami is showcasing one of the largest collections of works from that time- with some never before seen by the public. Be sure to go anytime from Friday through Sunday as this is a one time only event. Last year, the featured artist was Salvador Dali and had a collection of his works from around the world.
End your weekend with what is sure to be a wild LIV on Sunday experience. Rick Ross is hosting while DJ Stevie J, Don P, and DJ Sam Sneak spin all the best hip-hop tracks. Anytime The Boss is in the house, he brings his entourage and tons of other big time rappers with him. Who knows who will come out to pop bottles with Rozay this time. Will it be Diddy? Lil Wayne? DJ Khaled? Head over there Sunday night and find out for yourself- WRE will be there too so you can find us there or look for our photos of it all next week.
Miami, FL – October 13, 2012 – Oh Really?! Returned for a sixth installment of their Concert Series this past Saturday and proved they can keep bringing fresh new content that engages and brings out elegant crowds. The venue has expanded from a moonlight outdoor studio into a flexible indoor/outdoor space that can entertain a range of audiences.
This month the Concert Series featured rising star YUNA who hypnotized the audience with her breathtaking voice. Street artist Daniel Fila aka KRAVE was featured as well bringing a fresh new take on graffiti that incorporates street signs and barricades with spray paint and fine art. This month’s Concert Series event was also one of the first places in Miami to serve Red Bull Edition’s three new refreshing flavors that were accompanied with Voli Lyte Vodka. The Concert Series continues to grow and prove itself as a permanent stop at art walk festivities.
Zubin Nagpal, David Sinopoli, Lincoln Jesser, Yuna, Ben Willis, & Jason Odio
David Sinopoli, Mike Diaz, & Jason Odio
Lincoln Jesser & Yuna
Chris Jones & Michelle Pooch
Michelle Pooch & Corey C.O. Evans
Elizabeth Zayas, Lyndon Smith, & Brooke Register
Paola Reyes & Monica Ramirez
Ramone Corona, Daniel de la Vega, Ashley Jimenez, & Patricia Bilbao
Tomas Cabrerzio, Adam Freshman, Chris de la Fe, Jason Odio, Chris Jones, & Illa
Miami Beach, FL – June 9, 2012 – This past Saturday, Oh Really?! Music hosted their third installment of The Art Walk Concert Series in Wynwood. The series focuses on introducing cool and contemporary talent to the local Miami arts community. Because it was Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, Oh Really?! also projected a 30 ft x 15 ft display of The Heat beating The Celtics on a wall during the event.
This month Oh Really?! featured a live performance from national producer Amtrac and he was accompanied by DJs Marc Adam and Derek Walin all from Miami. As usual, Oh Really!? also curated an impromptu art demonstration by Miami native, Joey Diez to go along with the music. Walkers enjoyed refreshing cocktails provided by 42 Below Vodka with Société Perrier along with cryogenics by Kryogenifex throughout the night to cool off the crowd. With every passing month it becomes clear that a visit to Oh Really?! Concert Series is a must-do for any Art Walker.
Miami, FL – May 12, 2012 – This past Saturday, Oh Really?! Music hosted their second segment of The Art Walk Concert Series in Wynwood. This concert series occurs every Art Walk (the second Saturday of each month) at Maps, an awesome new outdoor studio.
The series focuses on introducing our community to cool and contemporary talent and featured local band The Politix, accompanied by DJ Will Buck and Young Midnight booth from Brooklyn, on Saturday. Randy Mims of LRMR, teamed up with Oh Really!? to curate an impromptu art demonstration by Chicago native, Hebru Brantley, ensured that the experience was just as visually appealing as it was musically. Art Walkers enjoyed savory cocktails provided by 42 Below Vodka with Société Perrier, and solidified that a visit to Oh Really?! Concert Series is a must-do for any Art Walker.
Miami, FL – April 14, 2012 – This past Saturday Oh Really?! Music hosted their first installment of The Art Walk Concert Series in Wywood. This concert series will happen every Art Walk (second Saturday each month and is set in an incredible new outdoor studio designed by the team over at Maps. The series was filled with live art installations by some of the most sought after local and national artists including Jona Cerwinske and Jason Boogie (VJ AV8).
The main focus of the Oh Really?! Art Walk Concert Series is to introduce our community to new homegrown talent and this event they hosted Miami’s own Krisp. Jack Daniels sponsored the event with complimentary drinks all night for all in attendance.
David Sinopoli, Paulie Lardi, Jeffrey Bonfido, & Jason Odio
Paulie Lardi & Jason Odio
Paulie Lardi & Jona Cerwinske
Paloma de Mazieres & Danielle Yaniz
Sophia Bernstein & Emily Orschan
Anddra Diaz, Alexandra Delgado, & Jilian Sanz
Chris Jones, Jason Odio, & ILLA
David Sinopli & Jason Odio
Jason Odio & Max Baum
Chido Lopez & Charlie Woods
Alexandra Limia, Maria Tamayo, Paloma de Mazieres & Danielle Yaniz
Tyler Anderson, Ashley Berg, David Resnick, Anya de Frias, & Max Baum
Jason Odio, Phil Rodriguez, & David Sinopoli
Goda Karosaite, Itziar Diez-Canedo, & Fernanda Estevez
Juan Perez & Christyne de Quesada
Gerogina De Almagro & Jason Odio
Desiree Notario & Amber Penny
Amber Knittel & Ashlee Harrison
Stephanie Perou & Natalie Varela
Jeffrey Bonfido, Paulie Lardi, & Jona Cerwinske
Natalie Falf & Kristen Beliveau
Monique Landon, Justin Hodges, Jose de Almagro, Georgina de Almagro, Phil Rodriguez, Paul Lardi, Jason Odio, & Javier Odio
Miami, FL – Cafeina hosted the after party for the Wynwood Art District 2nd Saturday Art Walk on Saturday. Guests enjoyed music by VJ Tom Laroc and got a look at the newest Wynwood Exhibition Center installation, Lost + Found Freedom in Postgraffism by Surface Merchants.
Miami, FL – July 10, 2010 – Wynwood came alive tonight. The streets were filled with locals who all came out to see some great art. The Miami New Times pointed me in the right direction and the rest is history. It definitely wasn’t as humid as the last “Second Saturday”, but a sno cone from the ice cream truck is always a relief from the summer nights. Great turnout this week and, as always, looking forward to the next one.
Miami, FL – June 12, 2010 – Second Saturdays this month involved crowded streets & galleries. With a ton of openings this month, Wynwood found itself teeming with back door parties,performances, ice cream trucks & mobile vendors. It was hot, it was humid, but it was nothing a snow cone and a glass of cold wine couldn’t solve.
David Castillo Gallery
Jonathan Thomas with his piece at David Castillo Gallery