Maggie Knox celebrates the Summer Solstice with Little Haiti/ Little River's Night of Light - A 305 Summertime Culture Crawl, a community engagement highlighting and celebrating the creativity of Little Haiti. Saturday June 25th, 5 pm - 5 am 7129 North Miami Avenue, Little Haiti, Miami Florida 33150 Join us for an evening of fun celebrating our amazing studio complex, 7111 North Miami Avenue with open studios, live music, food by Naomi's Garden Restaurant & Lounge, drinks and dancing with music and vibes by Ajhanou Uneek and Rara Rock Roots Rasin starting early, ending late POORgrrrl meditation DJ set at dusk (approx 745p) Jean Jacket (with support from Gummdrops) 930p Austin Paul (with support from Gummdrops) 1030p Chase The Jaguar Live! after 11p St Leroy II and Ali Coyote after 12a Oxnylia after 1am and more all night Open Studios with Maggie Knox Jon Davis / 55BelleChase Bhakti Baxter Michael Vasquez Federico Cattaneo Ernesto Kunde Nina Surel Deft Union Inside Maggie Knox Candle Making workshop starting at 5pm Open Studio and engagement with resident artist Rondell Crier (in partnership and support with Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator, Inc, Adeline Edwards Foundation, Visual Art Network) Exhibition with works by Eurydice Kamvyselli, Deming King Harriman Art, Nicole Salcedo, Elizabeth Newberry, Francesca Lalanne, Magdalena Goudie and all the vibes with ABA Jewels 'My Queen before you go tell my horse' a Performance by Jamilah Sabur, 9:30pm (details below) Candle Vigil for all lost to the current violence of our time If you want a full experience with us take the 11am boxing class at SolBox FC, 7101 North Miami Avenue (with shower) Please park in the back parking lot, entrance at 7101 North Miami Avenue, in the streets around or take a LYFT CODE FOR 5 FREE RIDES UP TO $10 EACH >>> SUPERFINERIDE Special thanks and love to Marlee's Green Tea, Miami Spaces, Gummdrops, Naomi's Garden, Gramps, Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator (just to name a few) for their ongoing love and support and Thanks to Superfine - The Fairest Fair for their effort and support in bringing this evening to light.

Maggie Knox celebrates the Summer Solstice with Little Haiti/ Little River's Night of Light - A 305 Summertime Culture Crawl, a community engagement highlighting and celebrating the creativity of Little Haiti.

Saturday June 25th, 5 pm - 5 am

7129 North Miami Avenue, Little Haiti, Miami Florida 33150

Join us for an evening of fun celebrating our amazing studio complex, 7111 North Miami Avenue with open studios, live music, food by Naomi's Garden Restaurant & Lounge, drinks and dancing with music and vibes by
Ajhanou Uneek and Rara Rock Roots Rasin starting early, ending late
POORgrrrl meditation DJ set at dusk (approx 745p)
Jean Jacket (with support from Gummdrops) 930p
Austin Paul (with support from Gummdrops) 1030p
Chase The Jaguar Live! after 11p
St Leroy II and Ali Coyote after 12a
Oxnylia after 1am
and more all night

Open Studios with
Maggie Knox
Jon Davis / 55BelleChase
Bhakti Baxter
Michael Vasquez
Federico Cattaneo
Ernesto Kunde
Nina Surel
Deft Union

Inside Maggie Knox
Candle Making workshop starting at 5pm
Open Studio and engagement with resident artist Rondell Crier (in partnership and support with Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator, Inc, Adeline Edwards Foundation, Visual Art Network)
Exhibition with works by Eurydice Kamvyselli, Deming King Harriman Art, Nicole Salcedo, Elizabeth Newberry, Francesca Lalanne, Magdalena Goudie and all the vibes with ABA Jewels
'My Queen before you go tell my horse' a Performance by Jamilah Sabur, 9:30pm (details below)
Candle Vigil for all lost to the current violence of our time

If you want a full experience with us take the 11am boxing class at SolBox FC, 7101 North Miami Avenue (with shower)

Please park in the back parking lot, entrance at 7101 North Miami Avenue, in the streets around or take a
LYFT CODE FOR 5 FREE RIDES UP TO $10 EACH
>>> SUPERFINERIDE

Special thanks and love to Marlee's Green Tea, Miami Spaces, Gummdrops, Naomi's Garden, Gramps, Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator (just to name a few) for their ongoing love and support and Thanks to Superfine - The Fairest Fair for their effort and support in bringing this evening to light.