Fete de la Musique with Etienne Charles at Miami Beach Bandshell (Miami Beach)


June 21, 2024    
12:00 am

Jazz master Etienne Charles is an artist who searches for untold stories and sounds to tell via his lush trumpet sound, varied compositional textures and pulsating percussive grooves. He finds inspiration in the rhythms of Trinidad’s Carnival, the magnificent brass bands, vintage calypso and soca. His Creole Soul project is his deep dive into the these pan-Caribbean interconnected musical forms. FREE CONCERT but you must pre-register here: https://dice.fm/event/dyagv-etienne-charles-at-fete-de-la-musique-21st-jun-miami-beach-bandshell-miami-tickets?dice_source=ee15ecdb&eventref=fb_oea&fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR3-OIfsFhZnjzC41Q8H5pOv_1XjD-22NnVRObPYrY0VuXnvrmN__nBzftM_aem_ZmFrZWR1bW15MTZieXRlcw

FOOD AND BEVERAGE: A full bar at all events offers speciality cocktails, craft beers, soft drinks. Most events also feature food (pizza, empanadas, popcorn) at the Bandshell Cafe. The Bandshell is at 7275 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 33141, next to the beach at 73rd Street. Find parking in the municipal lot across the street (free after 6pm!), or street parking nearby. We like masks if you do.

The Fête de la Musique, also known in English as Music DayMake Music Day, or World Music Day, is an annual music celebration that takes place on 21 June. On Music Day, citizens and residents are urged to play music outside in their neighborhoods or in public spaces and parks. Free concerts are also organized, where musicians play for fun and not for payment. The first all-day musical celebration on the day of the summer solstice was originated by Jack Lang, then Minister of Culture of France, as well as by Maurice Fleuretit was celebrated in Paris in 1982. Music Day later became celebrated in 120 countries around the world.(Miami Beach)