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COS-PLAY - HALLOWEEN DAY EVENT
12 Hour Marathon from 5pm -5am
This event will be featuring headliner acts and a handful of local acts lined up to perform as well. Thriller is being held in a midsize live-performance venue with a killer light show and sound system. We are breaking down this open warehouse-like space located in Downtown Miami into three sections, including a main stage with plenty of dance floor, 4 VIP sections including an artist meet & greet area, and an outdoor recreation area.
1. Main Room
Live acts from some of the best artist around the globe, 3D laser light shows, pyrotechnics and kryogenics visual entertainers focusing on providing innovative forms of entertainment that are visually stimulating
Art Exhibition (paintings, photography, fashion & craft), Charity Fair Exposition (Education & Sign Up Area for Non Profit Organizations) & Yoga, Massage Therapy
Sections - 3 VIP table seating options & VIP lounge (artist meet & greet)
DRINKS AND FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE!
FULL LIQUOR BARS FOR 21+ W/ ID
VALET PARKING ALL DAY ONLY $7
THE EVENT WILL GO ON, RAIN OR SHINE
ALL RESPONSIBLE AGES WELCOME!
CAMERAS ARE WELCOME! WE ENCOURAGE SELF EXPRESSION!!!
BE CREATIVE, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SHOW OFF!!
BUY GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS NOW FOR ONLY $20
Only 500 Advanced Tickets available
BUY VIP TICKETS NOW FOR ONLY $60
Only 200 Advanced Tickets available
ALL PURCHASES CAN BE MADE ONLINE AT:
This event will be held at Grand Central
Located in thriving Downtown Miami, Grand Central is a versatile contemporary event space.
Conceived from roots in nightlife, this fully fitted venue hosts weekly events on Friday and Saturday nights catering to Miamiʼs most discerning music lovers.
Positioned on the railroad tracks, this former railroad station evokes a historical sense of Miami while offering a sleek modern interior suitable for a wide variety of events.
All extras are inclusive; from the Adamson sound system to the ample guest parking, this venue stands alone as a beacon for music and culture.
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Charity might begin at home, but when that home is the dance floor it begins with a beat. Case in point: the newly-birthed Handsome Beats Brigade, which is bound to bring benevolence to this whole new generation. Founded by Venezuelan transplant Ronald Miguelerena to fuse the feat with the heart, HBB is kicking off its coming this Saturday afternoon at the North Beach Bandshell. The party is called Heartbeats and it benefits East Africa. Finally we can dance away the day without taking a walk of shame.
Wanna tell us a quick bit about Handsome Beats Brigade? Handsome Beats Brigade is an avant-garde music and multimedia artist collective that's plugged into an exemplary humanitarian initiative.
Who else besides yourself is behind the organization? University of Miami alum Mirasol Perez (who'll be serving as Vice-President), as well as Tony Ringor and Annjanette Isorda of The Arealab.
Wanna fill us in on Saturday's launch party? Sure. It's called Heartbeats, and it'll take place at the North Beach Bandshell. The afternoon will start with an eclectic set by Kremadelik followed by the raggatronic trend setter Niki Em; then the dark organicArma will take over building up the energy for the heavy Transoverload.
How did you end up aligning with the dance and electronic music community? By partying arduously... also as a guest guitarist for Transoverload and Niki Em, as well as having an eye for great artists in general and a gift for communication.
Who is slated to receive the proceeds from Heartbeats? All proceeds are going to TPRF's East African relief initiative -- it's an amazing initiative to be a part of.
Why did you choose TPRF to be HBB's initial recipient? Back in 2001 I was invited to attend an event for the benefit of the tsunami victims that was sponsored by TPRF and Friends of the World Food Program and hosted by Miami-Dade Community College. I've been an enthusiastic supporter ever since!
Will HBB support other organizations in the future? Yes, eventually. But as an artist I believe less is more. In other fields it perfectly translates into consolidation... in other words:there is a lot of good music and art to showcase and a lot of good to do. This is where we begin.
TPRF has never let me down and they partner with only the best nonprofits, so by choosing them as my feature recipient charity I know the funds are being utilized at the highest level of integrity and efficiency -- and I can concentrate on giving people a good show!
So is it safe to say that Saturday's Heartbeats is just the first of many great good things to come? It is very safe to say! It's also safe to say we are gonna have a great time and dance our way to a whole lotta good! The more people we bring to this show, the more water,food and help we bring to East Africa It's that easy!
Heartbeats for East Africa with Transoverload, organicaArma, Niki Em and Kremadelik takes place Saturday, September 3, from 2-8pm at the North Beach Bandshell 7250 Collins Ave Miami Beach. Tickets can be purchased here or at the door. (Electronic only.)
NiteTalk: Handsome Beats Brigade's Ronald Miguelerena Brings Us Heartbeats
The dance floor beckons this weekend, this time for a great cause on Saturday, 9/3 at Miami Beach's North Beach Bandshell! Tickets are $18; buy online or at the door. Proceeds will go to The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) and their programs that aid people suffering from the historic drought in East Africa. TPRF addresses fundamental human needs so that people everywhere can live their lives with dignity, peace and prosperity. For more information & to buy tix, go to: http://www.hbb.us.org/
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