En Tu Ciudad Tour Comes to Your Ciudad This Saturday at Transit Lounge

Mark your calendars boys and girls, I've got your Saturday night plans all lined up for you. Now, I know you don't normally like to commit to an outing until you're four to six drinks deep at a Friday afternoon happy hour, and well on your way to the 48-hour bender that will soon become Sunday night cold sweats and Monday morning shivers--you know I feel the same way--but this is too good to miss. Latin culture ECG Remezcla and Myspace Latino are teaming up to bring you one hell of a lineup as the En Tu Ciudad Tour (In your city) comes to Miami.

On the bill: three killer acts you know and love. Cosmic electro rockers Minimal will take a brief break from orbit to impart their ethereal grit. Local alt badasses Radioboxer (my appreciation for whom I need not expound upon, if you've read this) will also be on hand to delight fans with their bipolar blend of honey-sweet, heart-wrenching vocals and melodies and unrelenting, balls to the wall rock. And of course, local favorite groove hounds, Suenalo, will show you exactly why they call what they do,  afro - latin - baby - making - descarga - funk (be sure to bring rubbers). As though it weren't enough, the charming and talented Cuci Amador, of Afrobeta fame, will host the evening and Eddy from Bachaco will be spinning between sets.

And the whole damn thing takes place at Transit Lounge, which of

course, means you can get drunk on the cheap. See you there...but don't

mind me if I ask why there are three of you, just smile and move on.


En Tu Ciudad Tour takes place at Transit Lounge (729 SW 1st Ave)

Saturday, May 30, starting at 10pm. There's no cover if you RSVP here.

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