Get on the soul train.
Soul Fest Weekend Debuts
What: The Stage introduces a new event that pays tribute to music from its golden era (1950s-’60s).
Why: Performances by Albert Castiglia, The Legendary JC’s, and Stokeswood; live art by Lebo; grub from Michael Schwartz’s food cart (pork belly sandwiches, fried chicken, junk-in-the-trunk brownies).
When: Fri., 7 p.m.; Sat., 5 p.m.; Sun., 3 p.m.
Where: 170 NE 38th St. (305-576-9577). Admission is $5 at the door.
Cirque Eloize ID Launches
What: If you liked Fuerza Bruta, you’ll fall for this modern-day circus with urban city backdrop and trippy video projections.
Why: Stunt bikers, contortionists, acrobats, and break dancers move to hip-hop and electronica beats.
When: Thru Sept. 4
Where: Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Blvd. (305-949-6722). Tickets ($25-$75) online at arshtcenter.org.
Hotel Breakwater Opens
What: The iconic property where Bruce Weber shot Kate Moss for Calvin Klein’s Obsession ad campaign reopens after a multimillion dollar renovation, complete with an aquarium-style pool, Jet Ski rentals, and rooftop lounge.
Why: Mention DailyCandy for 20 percent off any stay.
When: Anytime you need to cool off.
Where: 940 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach (305-532-2362).
What: The authentic Peruvian restaurant celebrates its opening (and Peruvian Independence Day) with a traditional peña criolla-themed event.
Why: Live music, free pisco sours, and a variety of ceviches in the former Cafe Barcelona space.
When: Tonight, 8-11 p.m.
Where: 448-440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach (305-532-6620).
Photo: Courtesy of Lebo