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Over the Weekend: Jay-Z, Tegan and Sara, and Spank Rock

Spank Rock at Mansion

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Photo by Justin Namon/Red Eye Productions
​Philadelphia MC Spank Rock played a rather odd booking at Mansion Friday night. We are used to seeing the man perform in downtown venues not South Beach megaclubs. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Jay- Z at BankAtlantic Center

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Photo by Sayre Berman
Temporarily renamed the Jay-Z Center, the rapper superstar kicked off the North American leg of his Blueprint 3 Tour in Sunrise Saturday night. Click here to read the review and here to view the full slideshow.


Martin Landsky at Electric Pickle

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Photo by Nicole Cussell
​Friday nights at Electric Pickle are the place to be for good EDM. Martin Landsky gave everybody their fix this week. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Lee Burridge at the Vagabond

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Photo by Nicole Cussell
This must be like the millionth time Lee Burridge plays at the Vagabond, but obviously nobody seems to care. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Tegan and Sara at Sunset Cove Amphitheater

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Photo by Ian Witlen
Canadian indie rock duo Tegan and Sara played in Boca Raton Sunday night bringing along with them Steel Castle and Holly Miranda. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Bohemian Bash at Museum of Contemporary Art

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Photo by Jipsy
Celebrating the spirit of creativity, the Museum of Contempoary Art in North Miami held its Bohemian Bash Saturday night. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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