MIAMI
03/30/2012 04:11 pm ET

Miami Weekend Guide: The Roots, WrestleMania, The Grind, Justice For Trayvon

Although there's plenty of reasons to stay home and close to the tube this weekend -- Games of Thrones and Magic City -- South Florida's calendar is full of events to draw you outside.

Sunday, join others at the Justice for Martin rally at Bayfront Park.

There's also a blood lusty burger competition, ring action at WrestleMania, and the legendary Roots crew playing the Arsht Center.

Be sure to check our HuffPost Miami's weekly indie cinema roundup to see what's playing at local arthouse theaters, particularly the Rakontur's film restropestive at O Cinema.

As usual, the latest in around town news, from celebrity sightings to secret show announcements, is cataloged on our Live Blog.

Erasy Page
Through August 12
Bass Museum
Admission: $6 to $8

Miami artist Jillian Mayer created Erasy Page, a commissioned, web-based project for the Bass Museum, invites patrons to "live an internet-free and happy life by simply deleting the world wide web page by page." Read more about the project here.

Naked and Famous
Friday, 8 p.m.
Grand Central
Tickets: $15

New Zealand indie rockers Naked and Famous fill Grand Central with their singles that have made the rounds on tween TV: Skins, Awkward, Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries, and Chuck.

Moscow
Friday through April 15
Arsht Center's Carnival Studio Theater
Tickets: $40

Award-winning South Florida playwright Michael McKeever presents Moscow, his latest stage endeavor about Miami in the 1960s.

Miami City Ballet's Program IV
Friday through Sunday
Arsht Center's Ziff Ballet Opera House
Tickets: $19 to $169

For Miami City Ballet's Program IV, the local pirouetting troupe presents the classic romantic comedy "Coppélia."

The Grind
Saturday, 7 p.m.
Miami Entertainment Complex
Tickets: $75 to $85

Thirty local restaurants compete to find out who can make the best burger in this town.

WrestleMania XXVIII
Sunday, 6:30 p.m.
Sun Life
Tickets: $25 to $1,569.75

John Cena takes on The Rock at Sunday's WrestleMania XXVIII joined by other ring stars like the Undertaker, Booker T, Shemus, and The Miz.

The Roots
Saturday, 8 p.m.
Arsht Center's Knight Concert Hall
Tickets: $35 to $75

Jimmy Fallon's house band and famed Philly hip-hop/American neo-soul group, The Roots, brings their funky jazz to the fancy Arsht Center.

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