04/13/2012 12:47 pm ET

Miami Weekend Guide: Gay Pride, Art Walk, Taste Of Grove, MillionYoung, Hunx And His Punx

If you can you tear yourself away from Betty White's Twitter feed, this weekend offers plenty of reasons to unplug and step outside. Never mind that it's also Friday the 13th.

Enjoy the not-yet-too-humid night air at this weekend's Wynwood art walk, where the foodtruck rally makes a triumphant return. Venture into the sunlight for Taste of the Grove at Peacock Park and the Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade along Ocean Drive.

More than anything, the local concerts are jamming this weekend with a free downtown concert series at Bayfront, a queercore group at Churchill's, and MillionYoung at the Vagabond.

As usual, check out our weekly indie cinema roundup for our must-see picks in art-house flicks screening locally.

Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Bobcats
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
American Airlines Arena
Tickets: $15 to $400

After a painful loss to the Chicago Bulls Thursday night, the Heat is back on home turf to take on the Michael Jordan-owned Charlotte Bobcats.

Friday, 11 p.m.
The Vagabond
Admission: $10

MillionYoung, who is Coral Springs native Mike Diaz, is Internet famous. After his 2010 release of 'Sundream,' his tracks received critical acclaim on blogs and he eventually signed with Old Flame Records. Hear his beach-y, chillwave sound Friday at the Vagabond.

Los Amigos Invisibles and Elastic Bond
Friday, 6 p.m.
Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park

Grammy-winning Los Amigos Invisibles play the Downtown Concert Series with Elastic Bond.

The Burning Moon Friday, 11 p.m. O Cinema Free Borscht Film Festival, in partnership with Severin Films and Intervision Picture Corp., present a screening of 'The Burning Moon,' a German horror flick that has been banned in its own country for 20 years. To commemorate the Friday the 13th-timed screening, Dan Akroyd's vodka company is offering complimentary booze poured from a human skull. Watch the trailer:

THE BURNING MOON Trailer from Intervision Picture Corp. on Vimeo.

Hunx and His Punx Friday, 9 p.m. Churchill's Tickets: $8 San Francisco's Hunx and His Punx, the only girl group fronted by a gay man, returns to Miami with a show at Churchill's.

Taste of the Grove
Saturday, 11 a.m.
Peacock Park
Admission: $5

Spend the day al fresco and sample the best in local cuisine at the annual Taste of the Grove. Read about the participating restaurants here.

Second Saturday Art Walk
Saturday, 6 p.m.
Wynwood and Design District

There are lots of new shows opening for this weekend's art walk and better yet, the foodtruck rally is returning. See our picks of what to see and do here.

Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade
Sunday, 11 a.m.
Ocean Drive

The climax to days of LGTB events, the Miami Beach Pride Parade goes down on Sunday at 11 a.m. The Grand Marshall is none other than Chaz Bono.