Wynwood Life brings culture to the streets
It's been hot out, but there's plenty of shade and drinks (and food). We had delicious ceviche, which was perfect in the hot weather under a nice, shady umbrella, listening to live music on the main stage.
It's a cultural street festival with art, music, food and fashion which started on Friday and runs through Sunday, April 27. The party is on 6th Avenue, between 22nd and 24th Streets.
Top area vendors and artists, many of whom have been in some of Miami’s most respected graffiti crews, are part of this event. Kicking off the musical line-up Friday night was Congolese-Belgian hip-hop phenom Baloji, who was brought to Miami and the Festival by MDC Live Arts. Other bands and DJs are scheduled to perform from the one of two stages throughout the weekend. At night, the neon light sculptures come on and make it feel like a mini UltraFest, only family-friendly here.
Social Media Monkey (gorilla)? There's lots of people taking selfies around the festival so you may have seen the images under hashtag #WynwoodLife all over social media.
Fresh coconut water, straight from the coconut.
Live murals and painting throughout the festival and Wynwood is an added plus.
The festival runs Sunday from noon – 8 pm.
Tickets start at $8.00 and go up from there. Get your tix here.
For all the info, visit: wynwoodlife.com
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