20 Photo Highlights From Big Night In Little Haiti, June 17

Photo by Jacob Katel
In just a few days, the Magnum Band of Miami celebrates its 35th anniversary.

On Friday night, though, the band got the party started a little early with a free set at Rhythm Foundation and Little Haiti Cultural Center's monthly Big Night In Little Haiti event.

A festive crowd heated up the floor while big-band dance music blasted from the stage, and Dadou Pasquet played the guitar like a 305 Freddie King.

See the cut for Crossfade's photo highlights from the June edition of Big Night in Little Haiti.

When we got there Magnum Band were just starting up their set, you can see them in the background.

The open air performance courtyard at the Little Haiti Cultural Center was packed and the crowd spilled into other areas of the floor (and wall) all night.

Plenty of fans came out to record and enjoy the musical action.

Once the band got going almost nobody could hold still. The rhythm was infectious.

It even got the lovers loving.


Location Info


Little Haiti Cultural Center

212-260 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, FL

Category: General

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