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This Week – Shows to See in Miami

Welcome back to another edition of Shows to See in Miami This Week, Too Much Love’s round-up of music-centric events you need to check out! As always we have a little bit of everything for everyone! Have fun Miami!


Thursday, May 30th – Salt Cathedral & Millionyoung Live @ 1306 Miami

Colombian tropi-pop duo Salt Cathedral will be heading up 1306 tonight, bringing their pop-meets-dancehall tunes to Miami party goers. This will be the band’s first time back to our city, since performing at HOC in 2017. The duo has become known for their high energy performances, combining live instrumentals, electronics, and choreographed lighting to create an unforgettable experience. Million Young will join them on the line-up, debuting a new live set. The event is presented by House of Creatives and the Music & Arts Fest. Doors will open at 8 pm, and second wave tickets are currently available via See Tickets.

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Friday, May 31st – Jazz at MoCA ft Jean P Jam @ The Museum of Contemporary Art

Hosted by North Miami’s Museum of Contemporary Art, Jean Almatas (AKA “Pokito”) will be playing a live set this Friday. The talented singer/ songwriter will be bringing his deeply rooted music, expanding what we know as world music. Self-taught, Pokito was born in Haiti where he began his musical exploration into konpa and racine styles. The artist would go on to tour with Richie Booker (Bob Marley’s brother) among many other notable acts. Inspired by many different facets of his musical experience, Pokito calls his music “Rootsy Juicy.” Putting his band (Jean P Jam) together in 2002 he began introducing his original world beat style called “Deep Roots” to the world. The event begins tomorrow at 8 pm and is free with an RSVP.

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Saturday, June 1st – SALES with Paperwater live @ Gramps

Orlando based and guitar-centric outfit SALES will be playing at Gramps on Saturday for their highly anticipated Miami appearance. Joining them on the lineup is Miami Locals Paperwater,  an electronic meets RnB duo (Daygee Kwia and Eddy Samy) who’s live electronic productions have become a feature of the Miami music scene. The show is 18+ with doors opening at 7:30 pm. Advance tickets are currently available via etix.com, for a total cost of $22.51, but will also be available at the door on the night, though the cost is subject to change. The event is brought to you by For Your Friends Booking and Breakeven Booking.

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Saturday, June 1st – Dukatalon, Other Body, Erratix + Torche DJ Set! @ Las Rosas

Israeli three-piece sludge outfit Dukatalon (Relapse Records) will be heading up Las Rosas on Saturday, bringing their riff-driven sounds to Miami. Joining the visiting band on the line-up is noise rock, local favorites, Other Body, and power electronics duo Erratix. Jon Nuñez, Rick Smith and Eric Hernandez of Miami hard rock outfit TORCHE (Their new full-length due out July 12th) will be selecting and playing music for the in-betweens. As always with our beloved dive bar/venue, entrance is free, but it is a 21+ venue. The event is presented by Alt Mia. Doors are at 9 pm. This is one of our Too Much Love favorite shows to see in Miami this weekend.

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Friday 31st/ Saturday, June 1st/ Sunday, June 2nd – We Are The Punx 2! @ Churchills

With over 34 bands on the line-up spread out over the weekend, We Are The Punx 2! is set to be an all-out fest, full off high-velocity sound from locals and touring bands. Taking place at Miami’s landmark music venue Churchill’s pub, the three-day event is presented by Punx Stay Dekt Productions, Tattoo Punks, and Outrageous Tattoos. The pact line-up includes OG’s Tom And Boot Boys (Japan), The Virus (Philly) and Thulsa Doom (NYC) among many others. In case an entire weekend of moshing leaves you wanted more, the organizers are currently making arrangements for a Monday after party/ beach day, with details to be announced.

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