Thursday, October 24

WMBA’s (Wilton Manors Business Association) Monthly Luncheon will take place at the Pub from 11:30am to 1 pm. The Pub is making a special buffet luncheon so prepared to be wowed! The cost is $15 for WMBA Members, $20 for Future WMBA Members, and pricing includes: buffet luncheon, non-alcoholic drinks and gratuity.  Valet parking available for $5.

The Key West Business Guild presents the fabulous 37th annual “Headdress Ball” at the Key West Amphitheater in Truman Waterfront. Doors open at 6:30pm with the event starting at 8pm. Tom Luna returns as MC, with Randy Roberts, Christopher Peterson and the cast of Waterfront Playhouses “The Rocky Horror Show.” Win thousands in cash and prizes for original headdresses. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to:

Bill Engvall brings his award-winning clean-cut humor and “common man” approach to the Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts at 8 pm. Winner of the American Comedy Award for “Best Male Stand-up Comedian” in 1992, Engvall achieved widespread fame eight years later as part of the Blue Collar Comedy tour and concert films with his “Here’s your sign” catchphrase and is a Grammy Award-nominated and multi-platinum selling artist. Tickets are $39-$89 with $139 tickets for the JetBlue Flight Deck on the Club Level at or by phone at 954-462-0222 or the Broward Center’s AutoNation Box Office. 

The Pub presents Chef Howie’s “Oktoberfest” from 6-8pm where they invite you to enjoy Knockwurst, Bratwurst, German Potato Salad, Sauerkraut ad more for just $8.

Friday, October 25

Arts United Florida presents Brent Ray Fraser (The Penis Painter) live tonight at 10pm and tomorrow, Saturday, October 26 at 8:30pm. For more information, see the feature in this magazine or go to:

The Pub presents TGIF Electra, who will be creating hocus pocus magic at 9:30pm. 

The Front Runners & Walkers Fort Lauderdale in conjunction with Sound Bar and Broward Health are pleased to present the second annual Boobie Bash: A Walk/Run/Benefit for Breast Cancer Awareness, Prevention and Treatment at 6:30pm to benefit Broward Health Foundation’s Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund. This FREE event, no pre-registration is required, will be raffling off many great prizes including Ariana Grande tickets and gifts from many local businesses. Join them for a 1.5 mile walk/run/march down Wilton Drive participants will be treated to a complementary snack buffet provided by Dolce Salato, Over Easy Café as well as others. Sound Bar (2440 Wilton Drive) has pledged 10% of their receipts to the cause as well. Last year they were able to raise $1600, and they are asking the community to help them surpass last year’s total. For more information or to donate go to:

The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA….770 NE 125th Street) is thrilled to present GRAMMY Award-winning Trumpeter Curtis Taylor as part of its monthly “Jazz at MOCA” series at 8pm. Taylor blends soulful, harmonic rhythms together for an unforgettable sound. His improvisational style demonstrates a level of maturity far beyond his counterparts. This event is free and open to the public.

Oakland Park Halloween Bash is back from 6-10pm at Jaco Pastorius Park. This free community event is a fun-filled evening for all with a concert by Joel DaSilva, a classic rock & blues band; an interactive children’s activity area, kids costume contest, and the famed Oakland Park “Trunk & Treat” with some of the best and spookiest decorated cars and trucks around. They welcome you to spend your evening with them, have dinner at their food court and drinks at the Big Dog Station bar and settle in for a night of fun and entertainment. For more information on how to register your vehicle for “Trunk & Treat” email Cristina Curry at

Saturday, October 26

The Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden presents their 11th annual safe Halloween entitled” “A Screaming Green Halloween” from 10am to 2pm. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children with KW Botanical members FREE!

Georgie’s Alibi/Monkey Bar presents Superstar DJ Pablo Lopez. Don’t forget the kitchen is open late! 

The Manor Complex presents “FREAK SHOW” with a $1,000 in cash and prizes costume contest in the Ballroom, which will feature the music of DJ Xkuse. In The Ivy Dance Room and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays features shows by Kalah Mendoza and Taina Norell along with DJ Larry Larr spinning and sexy Latin Go-Go Papi’s. That night they will also be featuring a FREE Halloween raffle for a basket worth over $300. Doors open 11pm to 4am, and feature NO COVER before midnight (FL Res) and only $7 for members after and $10 for non-members (18-20 – $12 all night).

Sunday, October 27

The Pub presents their monthly “Joyful Noise” at 6pm with the three hostesses: RaeJean Cox, Candy Cox ad Nancy Ross. 

Miami is about to get more magical as Los Angeles’ favorite metaphysical shop, House of Intuition, is bringing the healing arts to the East Coast.  House of Intuition co-founders, Marlene Vargas and Alex Naranjo, partnered with nightlife mogul turned lifestyle entrepreneur, Luis Morera, to open the new 1,000 square foot location in midtown Miami. The grand opening event is today, arriving just in time for the New Moon. To celebrate the new space, HOI will have aura photography available for guests, a team meet and greet, tarot readings, giveaways and more. In addition, they will be offering early access to their new collection of Magic Dusting Powders.

Wednesday, October 30

Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre presents Morgan Morse, Eric Scott Anthony and Ben Hope in Stages Repertory Theatre’s production of ​Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash​. Following a remarkable journey from Broadway to theatres across the world, Ring of Fire has recently received a hot re-conception by original creator Richard Maltby, Jr. This new, streamlined song showcase is now performed by a multi-talented cast of five singer/actor/musicians who play a variety of instruments and features two dozen classic hits including “I Walk the Line,” “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “I’ve Been Everywhere,” “Jackson,” and the title tune “Ring of Fire.” The show starts tonight and goes through December 8. For more info, go to:

The Clubhouse II presents 2 nights of Blackout Mayhem tonight and tomorrow at 8pm. 

Thursday, October 31 – Halloween! 

The Pride Center at Equality Park presents the annual “Wicked Manors” with this year’s theme: “7 Deadly Sins.” The event takes place from 6-11pm on Wilton Drive, but also features a trick or treat for kids from 5-6:30pm. The $5 entry fee includes: entertainment, costume contests, music and DJs. The grand prize is $1,000 in cash and prizes. 

SAVE’s Annual Halloween Ball is back in South Beach, baby, and they invite you to join us for a spooky voodoo dance party at the fabulous Olemberg Ballroom on the corner of 17th and Lenox. Beats by Guy DeGiacinto, Bill James, and Gami Mami with performances by Noel Leon, Tiffany T Fantasia, Alex “Marytrini” Fernandez and more! Tickets are $75 before October 26 and $10 thereafter and includes open bar all night sponsored by Bacardi. VIP Table (Bottle Service) is $500 and includes a table in front of the dancefloor, seating for four and a premium bottle of vodka w/ mixers and open bar all night. Their “Killer Costume Contest” with $1,000 in cash and prizes!

Georgie’s Alibi/Monkey Bar presents their annual massive indoor/outdoor party starring DJs AJ Reddy and Alex Infiniti with their $1,000 costume contest, where the top 3 win cash! Their drag Shows will be hosted by Athena Dion with special guests TP Lords, Missy Meyakie LePaige, Morphine Love, Juicy Love, Miss Alibi 2019 Fantasia Royale, Lana Summers and Miss Florida 2019, Kylee Hunter. They will also feature their Latin room hosted by Teresita La Caliente with music by DJ Duniel. As always, no cover! 

The Pub presents the Synergy Twins performing from 8-11pm, and then at 11:30pm they present their annual Halloween party and $700 in cash and prizes costume contest hosted by Electra (sign up at 11pm). 

The Ramrod presents their annual Late costume contest at 12:30am with $1,000 in cash and prizes in two categories: butchest and best. 

Twist presents DJ Aulden Brown along with a costume contest with $500 in prizes