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Over the Weekend: Peaches, Sleepless Night and Dethklok

With the high season in full swing, the events just keep rolling into South Florida. It was a busy weekend that even with a case of the post-Halloween doldrums that almost kept us at home, there was just too much to do and see. So here is what you missed over the weekend:

Peaches at Revolution Live

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Photo by Ian Witlen
​Electrosexual artist Peaches took the stage at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale Friday. Click here to read our full review of the show.

Sleepless Night Miami Beach

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Photo by Logan Fazio
It's not like Miami Beach isn't a haven for late-night debauchery every weekend, but once a year the city turns into an all-night arts and culture mecca with Sleepless Night. Click here to view the full slideshow.


Ribfest 2009 at Homestead Air Reserve Park

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Photo by Jacob Katel
​A little messy? Perhaps. Delicious? You better believe it. Ribfest took over Homestead Air Reserve Park as teams from all over the country competed for the top prize. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Mastodon and Dethklok at Pompano Beach Amphitheater

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Photo by Ian Witlen
Any fan of Adult Swim's Metalocalypse didn't miss the chance to catch the show's band, Dethklok, perform live with Atlanta's Mastodon Sunday night at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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