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Per­haps the most joy­ful evening of mu­sic this week­end will be with Syr­ian EDM star 8 p.m. Fri­day at the

in No doubt weighed down by the vi­o­lence crip­pling the city of his birth, Ras al-Ayn, on Syria’s bor­der with Turkey, Souley­man nonethe­less is able to cre­ate a tran­scen­dent ta­pes­try of sounds (with vo­cals) that has found a home on Di­plo’s Mad De­cent la­bel. Part of the Van­guard con­cert se­ries and co-pre­sented with

tick­ets for the show cost $30 in ad­vance or $35 at the door. Visit Rhyth­mFoun­da­

Omar Souley­man North Beach Band­shell Mi­ami Beach. MDC Live Arts, Oys­ter beer Funky Bud­dha Brew­ery’s Pearl Diver Oys­ter Sai­son

an­nual batch of (brewed with 300 pounds of fresh oys­ters) will de­but dur­ing G&

B Oys­ter Bar & Funky Bud­dha Beer Din­ner Hat Deli derdale.

at 6:30 p.m. Fri­day in down­town Fort The five-course beer pair­ing costs $75 (worth it). The din­ner is a warmup of sorts for the fourth an­nual on Oct. 19 in the park­ing lot of and on Fort Laud­erdale beach. The tented fes­ti­val in­cludes live at Top

Rhythm Foun­da­tion’s G&B Oys­ter Bar Lau- Oys­ter Fest Co­conuts

mu­sic, seven food sta­tions (not just oys­ters), an oys­ter-slurp­ing con­test, Funky Bud­dha’s Pearl Diver and Florid­ian. Tick­ets cost $45 through Oct. 18, $50 at the door. Visit GAndBOys­

Kravis tick­ets

Kravis Cen­ter for the Per­form­ing Arts Palm Beach Pub­lic Ticket Sale Day

The in West holds its an­nual on Sat­ur­day be­gin­ning at 10 a.m., when tick­ets for most con­certs and shows in the 2018-2019 sea­son will be avail­able at and at the box of­fice (call 561-832-7469). The sea­son in­cludes “Dis­ney’s “and “

Les Mis­érables,” Lion King,” Wait­ress” Hello, Dolly!” Betty Buck­ley),

Jerry Se­in­feld, the Capi­tol Steps, Black Vi­olin Stephen Stills Judy Collins,

with “(star­ring


along and with in­spi­ra­tion for his clas­sic “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.”

Wild about Hari

Broward Cen­ter for the Per­form­ing Arts

Fort Laud­erdale’s

on Sat­ur­day hosts co­me­dian Hari Kond­abolu, who wrote for “with W. Ka­mau Bell and turned a riff on the racist stereo­typ­ing he found in a char­ac­ter on “The Simp­sons” into “a TruTV doc­u­men­tary that fa­mously left “Simp­sons” writ­ers hum­bled. Tick­ets cost

To­tally Bi­ased” The Prob­lem With Apu,”

In case you were won­der­ing, the fea­tur­ing Kee­nen

Color Com­edy Tour, Ivory Wayans, Shawn Wayans, Tommy David­son Alan Grier,

and David is for “ma­ture au­di­ences only,” with a loose def­i­ni­tion of “ma­ture.” Catch the quar­tet 8 p.m. Sat­ur­day at the Hard in Hol­ly­wood. Tick­ets cost $50, $70 and $90. Visit

Sangria sun­set

We are a ma­ture au­di­ence here. So when the on

Stu­dio at the Stan­dard Spa Mi­ami Beach Sip & Sketch

in­vites you to their gath­er­ing (a part­ner­ship with the cool kids at led by artist at 7 p.m. Thurs­day (Oct. 11), and you find out that it will com­bine a nude model and com­pli­men­tary sangria, you don’t think to your­self, “What could go wrong?” To take part, RSVP at and be ready to pur­chase a Shinola sketch­book ($28). Visit Face­ TheS­tan­dard­Mi­ami.

Shinola Off Rock Event Cen­ter Alan Gu­tier­rez) Take the kids Boca Ra­ton Pump­kin Patch Festi-

The makes its an­nual re­turn with more than


2,500 pump­kins, car­ni­val rides, tented ac­tiv­i­ties and a food court cov­er­ing the grounds around

10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat­ur­day-Sun­day. “Yes” to your next ques­tion: The Pump­kin Beer Gar­den will be open. Ad­mis­sion is $20 for ages 2 and older, and in­cludes un­lim­ited car­ni­val rides, the corn­stalk maze, fall photo vi­gnettes, face paint­ing and a scare­crow dress-up vil­lage. Visit Bo­caPump­

ater Take the dog Woof­ing Wa­ters Dog Park Quiet Wa­ters Park Deer-

Re­minder: at in

will have its for­mal open­ing cer­e­monies 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12, with give­aways, K9 demon­stra­tions, photo ops and more. The two-acre space in the north­west corner of the park in­cludes sep­a­rate ar­eas (grass and hard sur­face) for large and small dogs, with an as­sort­ment of water fea­tures. For bipeds, there are 20-foot um­brel­las, benches, pic­nic tables and con­ces­sion fa­cil­i­ties nearby. Cost is $5 for a daily pass, $25 (per house­hold) for a sea­sonal pass, which also is good for

For in­for­ma­tion on vac­ci­na­tion rules and other guide­lines, call 954-357-5100 or visit

& Ma­rina field Beach Mizner Park Am­phithe- Barkham at Markham Park.


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