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Over the Weekend: Junior Boys, Marc Anthony and Halloween Sundowner

We kept it low-key this weekend, saving up our energy for the chaos of what is to be Halloween this week. With it falling on a Saturday, you know South Florida is going to be one big celebration.

So in case you rested up as well, here is what you missed over the weekend:

Junior Boys at Vagabond

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Photo by Lex Hernandez
Canadian indie dance duo Junior Boys played to a packed Vagabond Saturday. When we say packed, we mean wall-to-wall. We've never seen the venue as crammed as it was this past Saturday. Click here to view the full slideshow.


Marc Anthony at American Airlines Arena

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​Mr. Jennifer Lopez performed at the American Airlines Arena on Saturday. The salsa crooner was joined by his wife on stage as well. Click here to read our review of the show.

Halloween Sundowner at Vizcaya

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Photo by Logan Fazio
Kicking off the Halloween festivities early was the Halloween Sundowner at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami. Sure the proceeds went to a good cause, but we're sure the party-goers were too drunk to care either way. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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