Although it feels a little August-y outside, it's still "winter" in Miami so the arts season is in full swing.
This weekend's art walk will be particularly robust with new shows, and you can see local performance talent at the Here & Now Festival.
The more adventurous can get married by Elvis or get messy with tomato guts, both events go down at Tobacco Road.
Here's hoping the gray clouds part just enough to let a little weekend fun in.
The Avett Brothers Friday, 8 p.m. Sunset Cove Amphitheater Tickets: $45.25 North Carolina rockers The Avett Brothers play Sunset Cove. L.A. Times described them as "the kind of old-time folk band that emerges almost literally out of the soil." Watch one of their videos below:
Elvis Wedding Friday, 6 p.m. Tobacco Road Admission: Free before 9 p.m. For the fourth year, Miami's oldest bar is holding a mass wedding, officiated none other than Elvis, in honor of Valentine's Day. Read how it all got started and whether the marriages are real in HuffPost Miami's interview with the organizer. Here & Now Festival Friday, 8 p.m. Light Box At Goldman Warehouse Tickets: $20 Miami Light Project's annual showcase of local talent, the Here & Now Festival, continues this weekend. The four performances call on dance, cinema, and performance arts for a surreal sampler of 305 talent. Past Here & Now performers have won Knight grants and Guggenheim awards.
The Flying Tomato Smash and Bash Saturday, Noon Tobacco Road Admission: Free This local watering hole celebrates Spain's annual La Tomatina festival with it's own Tomato Smash and Bash. Second Saturday Art Walk Saturday, 6 p.m. Wynwood and Design District Admission: Free This weekend's Second Saturday Art Walk will show off an entirely fresh crop of new art since Art Basel season. Check HuffPost Miami's picks here. The B-52s Sunday, 8 p.m. Arsht Center's Knight Concert Hall Tickets: $25 to $45 Those crazy folks from Athens, GA, who churned out hits "Love Shack," "Roam," and "Rock Lobster," bring their 35th anniversary tour to the Arsht Center.