Best things to do in Miami this week from November 25 to December 1, 2021

Thursday 25 November

Looking for a way to win your second slice of pumpkin pie? Join the tenth year Turkey Trot Fort Lauderdale On Thursdays, the Thanksgiving tradition that features a 5K run or walk benefits the Broward Leadership Foundation and the MedPro Scholarship for Future Nurses. Festive costumes are encouraged for the A1A race. The course will take participants on a scenic ride at sunrise, where commemorative race jerseys and medals await at the finish line for the first 2,800 registrants. 6 a.m. Thursday, at Las Olas Oceanside Park, 300 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; turkeytrotftl.com. Registration costs $40. Olivia McCauley

Friday 26 November

Race records celebrate Sign up for Black Friday With the biggest sale of the year: 25 percent off all used vinyl and three for $1. Head to the Little Haiti store for exclusive RSD Black Friday treats and free Topo Chico and Dogfish Head drinks for customers over 21. 8 a.m. Friday, at Sweat Records, 5505 NE Second Ave., Miami; 786-693-9309; sweatrecordsmiami.com. Submission is free. Olivia McCauley

After three successful years in Tulum, Mexico, art with me She makes her Miami debut at Virginia Key Beach Park on Friday. The three-day “Festival for a Purpose” brings together six main elements: wellness, food, live music, visual art installations and interactive exhibits, children’s programs, environmental awareness practices, panels and discussions. This year’s music group is the cherry on top: Sublime With Rome, Lee Burridge Presents All Day I Dream, Culture Profética and many more. Noon Friday, at Virginia Key Beach Park, 4020 Virginia Beach Doctor, Miami; artwithme.org; Tickets cost $54.77 to $234.76 via tixr.com. Olivia McCauley

Click to enlarge Zoo lights at Miami Zoo: See Friday.  - Image courtesy of ZOO MIAMI

Zoo lights at Miami Zoo: See Friday.

Photo courtesy of Zoo Miami

While Miami is not known for its white Christmases, Zoo lights at Miami Zoo Bring all the beauty and charm of the season with 305 charms. Experience mega LED animals, live animal appearances, river boat rides, letters to Santa, and more. And of course, enjoy hot chocolate and birthday cake while you do it. Friday is pajama and knit night, so stay warm while you party. 6:30 to 10 p.m. Friday through December 30, at Zoo Miami, 12400 SW 152nd St., Miami; 305-255-5551 liters Zoom in / Zoom out. Tickets cost $23.95. Ashley Anna Aporenden

On Friday, reggaeton and the star of the latin trap Carol J Stop at the FTX Arena as part of the Bichota Tour. In March, the Colombian singer dropped her third album, KG0516, which topped Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart and features collaborations with Nicki Minaj, J Balvin, Ozuna and Mariah Angeliq. During Friday’s performance, fans can expect Gods Making live versions of new songs like “Tusa” and “El Makinon,” as well as old favorites like “Culpables.” 8 p.m. Friday, at the FTX Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 786-777-1000; ftxarena.com. Tickets cost $36.95 to $96.95 via Ticketmaster.com. Ashley Anna Aporenden

Saturday 27 November

The mastermind of electronic music Four Tate He will take the podium at Space Park on Saturday as part of his US tour, which began earlier this month at Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner alongside his fellow pilot. floating points. Fans will be able to enjoy back-to-back hits from the British musician. Earlier this year, Four Tet dropped their collaboration with Skrillex and Starrah, the nostalgic home track “Butterflies,” while floating points were released. promises, a collaborative album with jazz musician Pharaoh Sanders and the London Symphony Orchestra. 4 p.m. Saturday, at Space Park, 298 Northeast 61st Street, Miami; spaceparkm Miami.com. Tickets cost from $10 to $40 via eventbrite.com. Olivia McCauley

Celebrate what you are grateful for while Tender bass in Las Rosas. Otto von Scherach leads the heavy bass evening alongside the Bermuda Triangle family. Von Schirach has been rocking for over a decade now. His latest track, “Bass in 3-D,” with Lamebot, combines electric and Miami bass effects for a piece that jumps off the speaker. Also in Night Bill: Galactic Effect, Lamebot, Master Feathers, and Tellux. 11 p.m. Saturday, at Las Rosas, 2898 NW Seventh Ave., Miami; 786-780-2700; lasrosasbar.com. Submission is free. Ashley Anna Aporenden

Click to enlarge Miami celebrates Josephine Baker: see Sunday - Court photo of the Consulate General of France in Miami

Miami celebrates Josephine Baker: See Sunday

Photo from the Consulate General of France in Miami

Sunday 28 November

first time bass “Ocean” A multifaceted art exhibition by New York-based Israeli-born artist Naama Tsapar on Sunday, just in time for Miami Art Week. Dealing with sound and how it travels through walls and creates different effects, this exhibition will have visual and audio aspects that will take the viewer on a guitar-focused journey. And don’t worry if you can’t make it during art week; The show will run until April 17th. Noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, at Bass, 2100 Collins Ave. Miami Beach; 305-673-7530; thebass.org. Tickets cost $15. Ashley Anna Aporenden

Josephine Baker was the first African-American international star, humanitarian and civil rights activist. Now she will be the first black woman to be interred in the Pantheon in Paris, a mausoleum for French and human figures. To celebrate the occasion, the Consulate General of France is held in Miami Miami celebrates Josephine BakerEpic party at the National Hotel on Sunday. Baker has a special connection to the magical city: here, on January 10, 1951, she performed for the first time to a non-discriminatory audience in her native country. 8 to 10 p.m. Sunday, at the National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach; m Miami.consulfrance.org. Entry is free via RSVP eventbrite.com. Ashley Anna Aporenden

Chicago duo wing tips Goth will deliver the signature on Sunday at Gramps. Vincent Segretario and Hannah Avalon combine postpunk, synth-pop, new wave and electronica to produce music that wouldn’t be out of place on a Depeche Mode release or even an early Knife album. In September, Wingtips released her latest album, cutting room floorvia Canadian label Artoffact Records. Local works Donzii, Floorless, and Violet Silhouette represent the inaugural. 8 p.m. Sunday, at Gramps, 176 NW 24th Street, Miami; 855-732-8992; gramps.com. Tickets cost from $12 to $15 via eventbrite.com. Jose de Duran

Monday 29 November

On Monday, Wolfsonian-FIU debuted “shameless,” A new gallery features fun, functional designs by Rotterdam-based artist Bas van Beek. The exhibition, which marks the designer’s debut in the United States, will feature new work and the highlights of recent professional careers. Van Beek is known for mixing old and new historical designs and repurposing them for other purposes. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, at Wolfsonian-FIU, 1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 305-531-1001; wolfsonian.org. Tickets cost $12; Free for Florida residents. Ashley Anna Aporenden

The Miami Museum of Private and Public Collections will debut four new galleries for Miami Art Week, including performances by Kagsa von Zippel, Kennedy Janko, and Otis Kwame ke Kwaiku. However, if you want to keep it local, check out the museum’s gallery that focuses on his work Reginald O’Neill. In his first solo show, “As I Am,” the Miami artist focuses on the experience of Black in South Florida through paintings. 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, at the Rubelle Museum, 1100 Northwest 23rd Street, Miami; 305-573-6090; rubellmuseum.org. Tickets cost $15. Ashley Anna Aporenden

Opening on Monday “Shooting Blanks: Half-Ready Art” Offers art lovers a deep alternative to Miami Art Week events. Presented by HoundsTooth Cottage, Clandestina Miami and Together, the show will take over the Seven Seas Motel through December 4, featuring the work of filmmakers, actors, and the crew of the cult 1994 film half cooked, which follows a group of friends who steal a truck and turn into a punk band. The exhibition will include film screenings, and a Q&A with Michael Galinsky, author of The decline of the mole civilizationEvening party wrap with gown, bastard mouse, nightie closures, pocket lollipops, and more. 8 p.m. Monday, at Seven Seas Motel, 5940 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-757-1678; houndstoothcottage.com. Submission is free. Olivia McCauley

Click to enlarge Miami Beach Range: See Tuesday - Daniela Mo's photo

Miami Beach Range: See Tuesday

Daniela Mia’s photo

Tuesday 30 November

If Art Basel is the crowded art market at the Miami Beach Convention Center, consider this Scoop Miami Beach To be his younger cousin. In Scope, you don’t have to worry about looking the part (although if you want to dress like an arty Eurotrash, don’t let us stop you). Nevertheless, Scope still takes his art very seriously, and for six days, the tent on the sands of Miami Beach will feature some of the best contemporary artwork outside of Basel. The show kicks off Tuesday with a VIP preview by invitation only, but after that, unwashed audiences can visit to their hearts content. 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, on Ocean Drive between 8th and 9th Streets, Miami Beach; Domain-art.com. Tickets cost from 40 to 200 dollars. Jose de Duran

Wednesday December 1

Miami Design The long-awaited returns to Miami Beach on Wednesday. Its 17th edition is being held just a stone’s throw from the Miami Beach Convention Center, the Art Basel Center. The exhibition represents the curated debut of director Wava Carpenter and will explore the dual theme of “Human Kind” through works from more than 35 galleries and galleries. In keeping with the virtual elements of 2020, the exhibition will be presented in the form of a physical and digital hybrid, with 3D virtual tours available via its website. 1-8 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, at 1800 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach; 305-572-0866; designm Miami.com. Tickets cost from $30 to $112.50. Olivia McCauley

Hurry Up Slowly Productions offers a four-day pop-up trial, Wynwood Studios, at Toe Jam Backlot during Miami Art Week, brings together music, art, and coding technology focused on the NFT art gallery. New and exclusive NFTs will be revealed every night, powered by the FTX crypto exchange and in association with the Art Plug collective. The music group will kick off on Wednesday, and Abracadabra will present Blond: Ish and Seth Troxler, with sets by Damien Lazarus and Diplo planned for later in the week. 7 p.m. Wednesday, at Toe Jam Backlot, 150 NW 21st St., Miami; 305-759-9277; toejambacklot.com. Tickets cost from $60 to $299 via get-in.com. Olivia McCauley

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