Thursday, August 1
I love the arts and am so happy to report that a new Art Gallery, Art Beat Galleries, is having its Grand opening weekend at 3074 NE 12th Terrace, in Oakland Park starting tonight at 6pm. The featured artists are: Yankiel Mompeller, Rosemary Laurent, Byron Keith Byrd and Ilyas Kirkan. Private showings are available by calling 954-951-1155.
Starting today and going through Sunday, August 4th, My Tropixxx presents their monthly Ruby Member sale where Ruby members get 40% off.
The MDGLCC’s Young Professional Network (YPN) Social Mixer takes place at the Carillon Miami Hotel (6801 Collins Avenue, MB) from 7-9:30pm at the Wellness Resort in their Ocean Terrace flowing into their sexy Wine Lounge. Enjoy unlimited free wine, beer, and a signature drink along with food bites, music & networking opportunities. There will also be a free drawing for great prizes courtesy of Chamber members. The Mission of the YPN is to create networking opportunities and foster collaboration amongst young LGBTQ professionals between the ages of 21-39. Admission is $10 if you pre-register online, and $20 at the door, with free valet.
Friday, August 2
Georgie’s Alibi/Monkey Bar presents 2 big events in one night. In the main room they present their monthly (first Friday of the month) BrutBears Savage party starring superstar DJ & Producer Alex Ramos. In the side room Noche Sucia, hosted by Teresita with bartenders Javier and Carlos celebrates their 3rd anniversary. The night stars DJ Styles and special guest La Globos. No cover and valet parking available.
The Ramrod presents a new Friday party starting tonight called Dog House Music with DJ Pup Rockit.
Saturday, August 3
One of the funniest comedians to ever grace the “America’s Got Talent” stage, Preacher Lawson will be performing at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center (3800 NW 11th Place, Lauderhill) at 8pm. Preacher was a finalist last season and also a finalist on the recent Americas Got Talent the Champion’s. Tickets are $15 to $35 at: lpacfl.com.
The Ramrod presents Pig Dance #132 (first Saturday of the month) with guest DJ Fero direct from Italy.
Country superstar, and American Idol judge, Luke Bryan brings his “Sunset Repeat Tour” to the Coral Sky Amphitheatre (601 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach) at 7pm. Opening for Luke is Cole Swindell, Jon Langston and DJ Rock. Tickets range from $41 to $397 at: WestPalmbeachamphitheatre.com.
The country music singer and songwriter began his career writing songs for Travis Tritt and Billy Currington before striking out on his own. The small-town Georgian has a string of No. 1 hits and is a judge on the rebooted “American Idol.”.
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The Club Fort Lauderdale presents their bi-monthly (1st and 3rd Saturday of the month) Res-erection, a second coming party starting at 10pm. This party usually sells out, so arrive early!
The Manor Complex presents another one of their infamous Themed parties entitled “Animale.” In the Ballroom they present DJ Monty Q. In the Ivy Dance Room and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays presents special guests: Miss Florida F.I. 2019, Kylee Hunter and Estephania St Lords along with DJ Larry Larr and sexy Latin go-go papi’s. Satruday’s at the Manor are from 11pm to 4am and feature no cover before midnight for FL Res, and only $7 after for member s and $10 for non-members (18-20, $12 all night).
Sunday, August 4
Flip Flops Dockside Eatery presents their monthly T Dance (first Sunday of every month) hosted by Amanda Austin with DJ Robert Lavalle and this month’s special guests: Dominique Taylor, Sharde Ross and Marci Mogul.
Tuesday, August 6
Rock N Roll royalty, KISS, bring their final tour, The End of the Road World Tour, to the BB&T center at 7:30pm. Tickets start at $36 at: Thebbtcenter.com.
Wednesday, August 7
The hottest brothers in the singing business, The Jonas Brothers, bring their “Happiness Begins Tour” to the American Airlines Arena at 7:30pm. Their newest son, and the song of the summer, “Sucker” became the 34th song in history to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and became the Jonas Brothers’ first number one single on the chart. Tickets start at $47 at: Aaarena.com.
If you find yourself in New York this summer, Grammy, Tony and Emmy Award winning singer-songwriter, arranger, producer and musician Barry Manilow returns to Broadway for an exclusive limited engagement at the Nederlander’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre through August 17. For ticket information, go to: barrymanilow.lnk.to/ManilowBroadwayTMPR. Manilow promises an evening of nonstop Top 40 Hits and surprises from his extensive catalog of music ranging from pop, to Broadway, Jazz, and adult contemporary.
This is HOT
Speaking of Kiss (up above), with an epic 45-year career that changed music and entertainment forever, KISS will be hanging up their touring boots at the conclusion of the current multi-year “End Of The Road” tour. To celebrate their legacy, Texas-based publisher Fantasm Media has teamed up with the rock icons again to release The Official KISS Poster Book #2. For die-hard KISS fans, and collectors, the second issue brings the current bombastic stage show to life and celebrates their amazing past. This issue is packed with 6 giant pull-out posters featuring the current band members onstage doing what they do best, as well as classic era shots. It’s also loaded with articles, interviews, and photos covering both the current and classic incarnations of the band.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to continue working with KISS,” says Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Brian Steward. “As a lifelong KISS fan and collector, I approach creating The Official KISS Poster Book from the perspective of, ‘What would I want to see as a fan?’ That’s what’s most important.” And one thing KISS fans definitely do is collect. To meet that collector need, Fantasm Media is offering six alternate covers, each featuring different images not only on the front but also the back.As with issue #1, this issue of The Official KISS Poster Book features exclusive interviews and a completely new collectible KISS card set. Fans also get an extensive “End Of The Road” photo gallery. Featured interviews include director Adam Rifkin on the 20th anniversary of the KISS film, Detroit Rock City; Jim Neff on how he helped orchestrate the historic 1975 appearance of KISS in Cadillac, Michigan; and David Pea on designing Sammy the Serpent and Gene’s current Demon costume.
The Official KISS Poster Book #2 and The Official KISS Poster Book #1 and the two issues of The Official KISS Magazine are available exclusively at Fantasm-Media.com.