Harlem is one of New York City’s most vibrant communities and neighborhoods. It is known around the world for its rich African-American culture, history and music. Photo of a Theater in Harlem, New York City © Nicolas 11mo
Miami’s already amazing music scene gets kicks it up several notches this fall with the 2nd Annual Miami Music Festival. The Miami Music Festival (MMF) has been said to be one of the largest cross genre new music festivals in the country.
There are so many intimate live music venues and karaoke bars in New York City, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out which ones to go to. Well, we’re here to make your life easier – here are some top picks of where to chill out, dance and sing the night away in New
Miami’s music scene is filled with sounds that are enhanced by Miami’s soft and sultry subtropical climate. From Reggae to Afro-Cuban to Jazz, here are some of the best places to get funky in Miami. Jazid Located on Miami Beach, Jazid has a great variety of live music all week long. There’s reggae on Friday
Free beer, free vodka and plenty of raw music at Miami’s So Raw Festival! Photo of So Raw Festival 2009, Miami Florida © Ben Thacker
If you’re planning a trip to Montréal this summer and love French music, June is the time to go!
On June 1, 2010, The New York City Park Foundations kicks off its wildly popular SummerStage series. This year is the 25th anniversary and it promises to be one of the best ones yet! Photo of Summerstage, Central Park, New York City © Television