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Rah Rebirth: An Event Showcasing the Future of Miami’s Music and Art Scenes

By posted Nov 30, 2010 at 06:49 PM

Read on for DJ Fresca's latest take on the best music and art Miami has to offer.

What better way to kick off Art Basel Miami than to be part of a new age renaissance? On December 3, Räh Threads will be debuting its first line of t-shirts at Churchill’s Pub. The t-shirt line consists of designs made exclusively for Räh Threads by local artists.

“These limited print wonders of art will be selling fast once people see the uniqueness and freshness of the designs,” says Jake Fletcher, local musician.

In addition to live body painting and a solo burlesque act by Ginger Bardot, eight of Miami’s most inventive bands will be performing throughout the night: Askultura, OrganicArma, Telekinetic Walrus and The Pride of Ions, The Cornerstoners, Raja Khan, Tusk, Lion King, and AstroBlak.

“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see these bands playing under one roof,” says local poet Cole Taylor. “I’ve attended a lot of amazing shows in Miami, but I guarantee this will be the best event the city has ever seen.”

The event begins at 10 p.m. $5 cover at the door and the first 15 people get a free Räh Threads t-shirt, so head out early.

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