Jacuzzi Boys Take Over New Bike Night at Churchill's and Head Out on Tour with Wavves

It's time for yer regular Jacuzzi Boys update! The sun might be setting on this summer, but our swampy garage guys are still at it. After a monthlong U.S. tour back in June, the Jacuzzis have conjured up a new weekly party in Little Haiti to wind down the rest of the season and keep us dancin' and glazin'.

It's Churchill's new Bike Night, so, guitarist and singer Gabriel Alcala notes, we can expect "a lot of motorcycles." Also, he says, "Diego and I are DJ'ing rock 'n' roll, garage, soul stuff -- a fun time, and it's cheap drinks!"

Each Thursday, the no-cover party will feature two bands selected by Jacuzzi Boys along with Churchill's bartender Nicky the Irishman, plus swarms of roaring road hogs and your regular crew of thirsty youths to make up a rock 'n' roll dance party perfect for sweating out the rest of this sticky season. This week, locals the Cost and the Gun Hoes are set to perform.

You'll have to get your fill of the lovable garage rockers now, because in a couple of months, the Jacuzzi Boys are heading back out on tour with Wavves and King Tuff. Starting September 25, the guys will make nearly 30 stops across the country before arriving back in November. They'll also be playing a couple more local shows before they depart: This Saturday in Coco Beach, next Thursday at the Fillmore opening for Metric, Respectable Street in West Palm on August 24, and a final show at Churchill's in September before hitting the road.

Here's a full list of their tour dates with Wavves and King Tuff, and if you haven't already, check out the new video for "Double Vision," off their latest self-titled LP, dropping on September 10 via Hardly Art.

Bike Night at Churchill's Pub, with the Cost, the Gun Hoes, and Jacuzzi Boys' Diego and Gabriel DJ'ing, tonight, 5501 NE Second Ave., Miami. Call 305-757-1807, or visit

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Falyn Freyman is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Miami. She previously produced videos for Univision and edited music content for New Times Broward-Palm Beach. Her work has been featured in Vice, Bustle, Broadly, Time Out, and other publications. She has a master's degree from the Columbia School of Journalism.
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