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Over the Weekend: The Bubble, Rat Bastard, Way Out West and Hollywood Beach Latin Fest

Humidity still weighs over South Florida heavily, but the temperature is starting to cool down. We can't wait until fall officially gets here because with it comes back a slew of events. We are already seeing plenty of things happening every weekend. So here is what you missed over the (busy) weekend:

Help! at The Bubble

Saturday night, art space/live music venue The Bubble hosted its fundraiser Help! featuring performances by Sloane Peterson, Lazer Beast, Flees, Dooms de Pop, Alex Nelson and Sweet Bronco. Click here to read the review.

Rat Bastard at Tobacco Road

Local music luminary Rat Bastard debuted his latest project Hearing Damage: the Rat Opera Saturday at Tobacco Road. Click here to read the review.

Way Out West at Shine

Photo by Logan Fazio
British DJ duo Way Out West treated Miami to a rare live performance at Shine at the Shelborne Hotel in Miami Beach. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Glamour Girls at Lips

Photo by C. Stiles
Some of the best female impersonators take the stage at Lips every weekend to entertain a packed venue. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Hollywood Beach Latin Festival

Photo by Michele Sandberg
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month, the Hollywood Beach Latin Festival featured plenty of music, food and activities. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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