Judy Belushi Book Signing at Starbucks
Join Judy Belushi on Friday at the Starbucks Hear Music Coffeehouse on Lincoln Road from 7-8pm for an exclusive book signing of her book, “Belushi”.
…She wrote the book as a telling publication about the life of her legendary husband, John Belushi that includes rare photos and interviews with friends, family and associates portraying the life of this beloved comedian and superstar from the hit TV show Saturday Night Live…
The Blues Brothers will be making an appearance in the Blues Mobile and perform a mini-concert. You might also catch them at any number of their secret appearance around town Friday morning.
Photo ops with Judy and the Blues Brothers will be available with proceeds from the sales of “Belushi” and the photo ops to benefit The Buoniconti Fund To Cure Paralysis.
The Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival runs from Friday, April 25 – May 5.
Films showing at various theaters throughout Miami.
Visit the website for more information or to buy tickets.
South Beach: The Novel – Book Signing
Author Brian Antoni will be at The Wolfsonian on Friday presenting his new book about life in South Beach during the 90’s.
Oh, you KNOW it’s gonna be good!
There will be a book signing with the requisite cocktail reception in The Dynamo Cafe. Cocktails courtesy of Rubi Rey Rum (Whaaat???? No Bacardi??? Oooh, careful B. Someone’s moving in on your territory!
RSVP required: 305-535-2631 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Free and open to the public.
Fun starts at 7pm.
1001 Washington Ave
Rootz Underground and Babylon Circus
Heineken TransAtlantic Festival presents Babylon Circus and Rootz Underground Sat, Apr 26 at the North Beach Bandshell.
Rootz Underground plays a unique fusion of reggae, trance, rock, Jazz and dub while Babylon Circus is a band from France known for there crazy, high-energy shows.
Doors open at 7pm.
No outside food or drinks allowed.
Tickets are $25 from GrooveTickets.com
or call 305-672-5202.
North Beach Bandshell
7275 Collins Ave
Look for parking in the municipal lots along 73rd Street.