Sleepless Night Returns to Miami Beach! 11/7/09

{The first Sleepless Night was so much fun! Soul Of Miami highly recommends this event. Tons of free performances and art events going on all night long. We will be posting as much info as we can about it. This one looks even bigger than the first one!}

Sleepless Night Miami Beach

Awake to a world of free indoor and outdoor art installations and performances, music, dance, theater, film, comedy, poetry, acrobatics and more at over 100 different locations spread across the city and a 13-hour night. Free shuttle buses with onboard artistic programming will connect the various zones of activity. From Normandy Fountain to South Pointe Park, there will be something for every audience to enjoy and be awed, amazed and amused throughout the sleepless night.

A City Full of Culture
For sleepless night, the entire city of Miami Beach transforms into a canvas, a stage, a performance hall. From North Beach around 71 Street down to Collins Park, Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive, every nook and cranny of the city has something happening during this cultural marathon. Thirteen hours, seven miles, hundreds of acts, performances, installations and participating businesses. If the thought of walking miles is too much, hop aboard one of the free shuttles and be privy to an impromptu cultural exchange while being transported to the next destination.

Confirmed Acts:
LEMUR (League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots)
MASS Ensemble
J-Walt’s Spontaneous Fantasia
Animate Objects Physical Theater “Bounce Theory”
Ground Up & Rising “The Pillowman”
Spanglish Wrangler
The Tweaksters
Gabriel E. Pulido’s DEEP SURFACE
Pablo Cano’s Musical Marionettes
South Beach Comedy Festival
Seraphic Fire
Miami Lyric Opera
New World Symphony
Miami Light Project
Tigertail Productions
Rhythm Foundation
SoBe Music Institute
Strange Fruit’s SPHERES
Dream Engine’s HELIOSPHERE
Digital Photobooth
Ray Lee’s SIREN
Talking Heads Transmitters
Clarita Filguieras Flamenco Puro
South Beach Chamber Ensemble
Beach High Rock Ensemble
KCC Productions
Miami Gay Men’s Chorus
Bass Museum of Art
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Jewish Museum of Florida
Dance Now! Ensemble
Edouard Duval-Carrie
TEN INSTALLATIONS curated by Jerome Sans

More info at their website.