Phish Announces Four NYE Shows in Miami

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One does not simply like Phish.

Phish Heads are some of the most dedicated fans in the world. There's just something about this jam band that works white people into a frothy, goofy-dance mess. Even those who aren't that familiar with Trey Anastasio and crew have tales of losing themselves in the music, maaan.

So if you're a huge Phish fan and you live in Miami, do the "Meatstick" dance. Because just like in 2009, the Vermont-based cult band is coming to the American Airlines Arena to perform on New Year's Eve -- and then again for the next three days in a row.

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Ariana Grande Announces Honeymoon Tour, Coming to Miami in 2015


"Luv u."

That's a special message from Broward County native, former Nickelodeon star, and breakout pop diva Ariana Grande.

After two consecutive number-one albums, Yours Truly and My Everything, as well as three Top Ten singles, "Problem," "Break Free," and "Bang Bang" ... The girl is all grown up and ruling the pop world.

So naturally, she's just announced her debut North American headlining tour, a 25-city trip that will arrive at Miami's American Airlines Arena on March 28, 2015.

It's called the Honeymoon Tour. And she wants to spend it with you. Check the cut for Ms. Grande's full 2015 North American concert schedule.

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Usher Announces UR Experience Tour, Coming to Miami

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Push-ups and funky pirouettes.

That's how sexy R&B slow-jammer Usher is preppin' for his UR Experience tour, a 27-city sprint set to hump and bump through party towns like New York, Philly, Chi-Town, L.A., Vegas, Dallas, Nola, and ATL, before spending its penultimate night in the MIA.

This 2014 U.S. jaunt will hype his upcoming eighth studio album, UR, skedded for release in the next few months. Of course, in the meantime, y'all can always score a bottle of Mr. Raymond's UR perfume, pre-order tix, and practice the Usher glide.

Check the cut for the full UR Experience tour dates.

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Fool's Gold Day Off 2014's Five-City Festival, Coming to Miami for Basel Week

Fool's Gold label boss A-Trak.

Take a sick day. Or three.

It's time to start planning for another Fool's Gold Day Off -- that annual, often out-of-control, traveling rager thrown by world-champion DJ, party pro, and label boss A-Trak.

For 2014, the Day Off tour is set to trek from Brooklyn to Toronto, Los Angeles, and Atlanta before hitting the 305 during Art Basel Miami Beach week.

As the Fool's Gold barhead mascot might say: "Holla, if y'all feel shiny."

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Jack White Adds Lazaretto 2014 Tour Dates, Playing Two Shows at Fillmore Miami Beach

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The man in the dark hat is coming to town.

He used to prefer candy cane colors. But these days, former White Stripes frontman Jack White almost never wears any shade beside black and white upon his back.

It's all part of his latest elaborately art-directed, conceptually rigorous blues-rock solo album, Lazaretto, which he's taking on the road for a fall trek. The record debuted at number one on the charts. And the tour will travel from Louisville, Kentucky, to his hometown of Detroit, Michigan, before stopping for a two-night stand at the Fillmore Miami Beach.

Just check the cut for Jack White's North American show schedule.

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Hardwell Announces I Am Hardwell 2014 Tour, Coming to Bayfront Park in Miami


"North America, I am coming for you!"

That's Hardwell. And this morning, the superstar DJ hijacked massive LED screens in New York City's Times Square to announce "the last chapter" of his I Am Hardwell world tour.

The EDM megashow has already sold out in 19 countries, from Singapore to Turkey, India, Portugal, and the UK. And this fall, it will finally arrive in the U.S. and Canada for a six-city stretch, including a stop at Bayfront Park in Miami.

Just check the cut for Hardwell's full 2014 North American tour dates.

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J. Cole Announces Dollar & A Dream 2014 Tour, Playing $1 Shows in Miami, Five Other Cities


If you got a dollar, then you got a dream. And enough scratch for a Seagram's and 7.

For the second straight summer, Southern spitter, Born Sinner, Jay Z protege, and Grammy nominee J. Cole will be staging his Dollar & A Dream Tour.

There will be semi-secret shows in six cities across two continents. The locations will be revealed at the last minute. Cover will cost only $1. And as J. Cole says, "I'm chargin' a fuckin' dollar to get in this bitch, so I can do what the fuck I want tonight" -- and that means "special commemorative performances of The Warm Up in its entirety" to celebrate his breakthrough album's fifth anniversary.

Check the cut for the full Dollar & A Dream 2014 Tour dates.

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Belle & Sebastian Announce 2014 North American Tour, Kicking Off in Miami

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Get giddy.

Glaswegian indie-pop outfit Belle & Sebastian have announced a short, seven-city 2014 North American tour.

"So since we're in Austin in October," the band teases in its official announcement, "we thought we'd drop by and say 'hi' to some of you good people in Florida, Atlanta, LA, and Phoenix! Be lovely to see you out there."

The fall trek through the Southern U.S. and Mexico will actually kick off at the Fillmore Miami Beach, bringing B&S to our subtropical shores for the very first time.

"Be lovely to see you out there," the band blushes. Just check the cut for the full tour dates.

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Ty Segall Announces Manipulator 2014 World Tour, Coming to The Stage Miami

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The limo is loaded. The road-trip tunes have been recorded. And it's time to hit the highway.

With three whole months till the August 26 release of his latest garage-y psych-rock opus, Manipulator, the ever-frenetic Ty Segall is getting restless. Dude does not like downtime. So naturally, he's crashing the worldwide club circuit.

The tour stretches from summer through winter, taking Ty and his band from Bonnaroo to L.A., Austin, New Orleans, even The Stage Miami, before skipping across the Atlantic Ocean for a final European leg.

Just check the cut for Ty Segall's full 2014 dates.

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Brisk Bodega 2014: DJ Mustard, Local Acts at Grand Central Miami

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Next time you hit the streets for a dirty beat, get that shit with a side of Mustard.

He's the chart-topping L.A. studio maestro behind "Rack City," "I'm Different," "R.I.P.," and "Show Me" -- basically your entire summer soundtrack. You know his work for its characteristically minimal grime, heavy-on-the-edgy synths. He's also easily identified by the mushy-mouthed slogan, "Mustard on the beat, ho."

His rep may be established, but he's still putting in work on the road, and you can catch him live in the mix as part of the Brisk Bodega tour, hitting downtown Miami's Grand Central on Friday, June 13, in collaboration with Vice Magazine's music branch, Noisey.

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