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This midsize live-performance venue has a killer light show and sound system. The open warehouse-like space in downtown Miami includes a stage, plenty of dance floor, a range of seating options, and an outdoor area. Management procures buzz-worthy underground indie acts from around the world.
Most people associate open-mike poetry nights with tie-dye, sneaky hits from Pyrex bowls, crusty flip-flops, and the stink of patchouli. But the Bo...
Yngwie Malmsteen is a six-foot, three-inch guitar monster from Sweden. He left the dark and bitter cold of Stockholm at age 19 and moved to L.A. f...
Mr. X is a presenter, a traveler, a DJ, a host, and a connosieur of social scenes. He is your new Saturday night party
Yngwie Malmsteen is a six-foot-three guitar monster from Sweden. He left the dark and bitter cold of Stockholm at age 19, moved to L.A. for a record deal, got famous, drunkenly crashed a Jaguar E-Type V12 convertible into a tree, and broke the... More »
The winds of change are blowing for Caligula, Miami's darkest dubstep duo and all-around bass enthusiasts. Members Damaged Goods and Mikey Millions have worked hard since 2010 to make a name for t... More »
What does a number-one song and a viral video Internet sensation get you in Miami? If you're a street-credible DJ and producer, it gets you a sold-out show at Grand Central and a sweaty mess of bo... More »
Whose ears are ready for some nostalgic noms? Starting tonight, The Garret at Grand Central will be serving up a heaping hot monthly portion of bass and funk, spruced up to perfection with some Lati... More »
Miami's hipster concertgoers are pretty lax when it comes to buying tickets. Indie shows rarely sell out here. So a lot of people were left shocked in their skinny jeans when tickets for Cut Copy's September show at the relatively cavernous Grand Central were gone early. That's because it wasn't just hipsters buying tickets. Cut Copy seems to be one of those groups whose popularity cuts across the city's very separate scenes. Apparently the Australian band's dance-friendly electro-rock moves... More »
Miami needed a midsize venue. After Studio A's closure in 2008, it was evident. The city lacked an adequate place to host midlevel national acts that dare to trek to the farthest reaches of the Florida peninsula. The only alternative was Fort Lauderdale's Revolution Live or Culture Room, but it was unfathomable to think that a major metropolitan city like Miami couldn't have its own music venue of similar size. So it was with much joy that everyone welcomed Grand Central into the fold when... More »
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