Big Night in Little Haiti Free Mikaben and Heat Street Band
Friday, December 21st, 6PM – 10PM
Little Haiti Cultural Center
212NE 59th Terrace
Presented by Madame Gougousse Foods
This Friday’s Big Night is all about kids (of all ages) as we get ready for the Holidays. Have you enjoyed the Miami Heat’s amazing marching band at games? Come see them live, and with a visit from Heat mascot Burnie for the kids. In the plaza, popular Haitian singer songwriter Mikaben performs. Delicious kreyol cuisine from Little Haiti’s Leela’s, cold Prestige beer, kids activities including a cooking program, and more.
Mikaben, the popular young singer-songwriter, has released a new video this year, Ayiti Se, which lifts the hearts of all those who love Haiti.
Miami Heat’s Heat Street Band opens the night. Here is a video of these classic marching band, FAMU-style, in action.
Mizikpam, your online Haitian and world music radio station, with DJ Mack, between sets. [Mizikpam.com]
In the gallery: Global Caribbean IV. This Art Basel-sanctioned exhibit is presented with the Haitian Cultural Alliance, and curated by Edouard Duval Carrie.
Family Art Corner by Positive Impact Foundation
Kids Cuisine Program featuring holiday decorating with Haitian Culinary Alliance
Haitian Food from Leela’s and Drinks for sale, including delicious Prestige Beer
Free Secured parking
7th Circuit Studios welcomes you to enjoy their gallery and boutique, just across from the Center at NE 59th Street, 6PM – 10PM. 228 NE 59 Street, Miami. They host the after show jam, starting at 10PM, featuring the Moksha Roots All Stars and special guests.
BIG NIGHT IN LITTLE HAITI is produced by The Rhythm Foundation and The Little Haiti Cultural Center. Support is received from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge Grant. Additional support is received from Madame Gougousse Foods, Florida International University’s Latin American and Caribbean Center, AmericanAirlines, Koze Famn, 1580 AM WSRF, 1600 AM WHTY, Prestige Beer, City of Miami, and Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs.
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