Motley Crue Announces Final Tour and Last Miami Show Ever


Just one more night, and they're coming off this long and winding road. Forever.

Don't fret, true Crüe fans, the Mötley band of brothers have one more year of touring before they call it quits, and that means one more stop in the 305 before the hairspray can is finally empty and the pants are allowed to hang a little loose.

We all knew this day was coming. It's been a great 34 years, and it's time for Nikki, Tommy, Mick, and Vince to get some R&R. That's rest and relaxation. But only after some rock 'n' roll.

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Ryan Adams Expands 2015 U.S. Tour, Coming to Fillmore Miami Beach

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Singer-songwriter and pinball enthusiast Ryan Adams.

"Gimme Something Good."

So goes Ryan Adams' latest brooding alt-country tune.

"I can't see/Some darkness on the rise," he sings on this lead single off his 2014 self-titled album. "I'll be waiting here/Till the end of time."

A notoriously moody and volatile guy (despite his apparent love of arcade games), the North Carolina singer-songwriter rarely seems at ease outside of the studio or away from the stage. So it's certainly no shocker that he's just released yet another collection of songs, his 14th solo effort, or that he's heading out on yet another road trip across America.

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Etienne de Crecy, French Touch Pioneer, Announces U.S. Tour, Coming to Bardot Miami

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Monsieur de Crecy, just chilling with his Moog synth.

"The first time I heard techno in a rave, it was like a real revolution in my mind."

So says Étienne de Crécy, French touch electro-house producer, DJ, and conceptual artist. Likewise, de Crécy's original releases and live productions have been revolutionary to the worldwide dance music movement.

In a new 11-minute documentary, Super Discount 3, de Crécy and his friends wax nostalgic about their early days helping merge the elements of house, hip-hop, and techno on the '90s Parisian scene. They laid the foundation for a celebrated and influential dance movement, and now de Crécy has revived his Super Discount series with an album by the same name.

Even more exciting, he's heading out on a five-date tour around America, and he's stopping by Miami's own Frenchie-loving party spot, Bardot.

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Michael McDonald Bringing "Real Love" to Valentine's Day at Fontainebleau Miami Beach

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Michael McDonald, AKA White Chocolate.

As Michael McDonald once sang: "Grindin' down a secret part of you..."

For 40 years, folks have been making love (and occasionally babies) to the strong and sweet and syrupy strains of this St. Louis native's soulful voice.

After all, they don't call a man by a nickname like White Chocolate for nothing. So this Valentine's Day, if you're searching for some "Real Love," look no further than a dinner and a show with everyone's favorite ivory cocoa product, a very special someone, and the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

Oh, and don't forget to book a suite with a king bed.

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Elton John Announces All the Hits 2015 Tour and First Miami Concert in 12 Years

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Sir Elton returns.

It's been 12 years since the rock legend, gay icon, and member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire has sung about "hunting the horny back toad" in Miami.

He last played at the old Miami Arena. (And South Florida at Sunrise's then-BankAtlantic Center, now BB&T, in 2012.) But finally, he's coming back to the Magic City, with his All the Hits tour celebrating the 40th anniversary of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and five decades of fabulous pop tunes.

And just in time for Florida's frenzy of gay weddings!

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Carlos Santana, Amigos Invisibles Headlining World Golf Championships 2015 in Miami

Apparently, Carlos Santana is a fan of the 9 iron too. Not just the six string.

Who knew that Latin rock guitar gods liked to unwind with some putt-putt?

We would've guessed Carlos Santana preferred the relaxing effects of marijuana, transcendental meditation, and a marathon jam sesh. Rather than, say, six hours in the sun, 18 holes, and a frosty Arnold Palmer.

However, the psychedelic axe slinger has indeed been tapped as the headliner for Cadillac Miami Nights Live, a concert series going down during the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship 2015 at the Trump National Doral Miami.

He will be joined by special guests Los Amigos Invisibles, two still-secret co-stars, and loads of country club hippies.

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Joy Division's Peter Hook Playing Unknown Pleasures and Closer at Grand Central Miami

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Joy Division and New Order founding member Peter Hook.

In the spring of 1980, Joy Division's Ian Curtis hung himself. His tombstone reads "Love Will Tear Us Apart."

However, in the wake of Curtis' suicide, his bandmates Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner, and Stephen Morris decided to stay together. They'd made a pact, though, to abandon the Joy Division moniker if any founding member left the fold. So they needed another name. And they chose New Order.

This second incarnation of the band pioneered dance punk. They became MTV superstars. They're revered as immortal New Wave icons. And today, they're still touring -- just without Peter Hook.

He's instead returned to performing Joy Division. And the occasional opening set of New Order songs.

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Iggy Azalea Announces Great Escape Tour, Coming to Miami in 2015

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Iggy Azalea: "High heels, somethin' worth a half a ticket on my wrist."

Feelin' "Fancy"?

We thought so. After all, everyone's favorite Australian rapper, Iggy Azalea, just announced her Great Escape tour. She's hitting 24 North American cities in 47 days. And obvi, she's coming to Miami.

With her "swagger on super," Iggy will prance and hump from Fresno, California, to Los Angeles and Las Vegas, then Boston, Brooklyn, Philly, D.C., and Baltimore before bringing her "Fancy" show to our own American Airlines Arena on May 16.

Just check the cut for Iggy Azalea's Great Escape tour dates.

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The Weeknd and Nervo Playing NYE 2015 Concert at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach


Poppy electronic tunes and "seductively tainted love songs" don't really go hand-in-hand.

But in Miami, anything goes... Especially 'round New Year's Eve.

That's why supermodel-turned-DJ twins Nervo and XO recording artist The Weeknd are throwing one of the biggest NYE 2015 ragers, poolside at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

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Neutral Milk Hotel Announces "Last Tour for Foreseeable Future," Coming to Miami in 2015

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A classic Neutral Milk Hotel promo photo. These days, the band doesn't even allow concert shots.

Neutral Milk Hotel is coming to town.

After 15 years apart, the much mythologized indie band, led by cult legend Jeff Mangum, got back together in 2013. An ever-extending world tour came next.

But now Mangum and company have announced "spring 2015 will be our last tour for the foreseeable future." And somewhat shockingly, they will be playing a Miami show next year.

Just check the cut for a message from the band and Neutral Milk Hotel's 2015 tour dates.

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