At the last music festival you attended, you ate suspicious baked goods and heard tons of great tunes.
But they were inside your head.
For live local music, there’s this weekend’s inaugural So Raw Festival: seventeen garage-rock bands playing over two days. A local art collective — three college students who want to showcase raw talent in Miami — is throwing the event.
There’ll be local bands (Jacuzzi Boys, Teepee, Electric Bunnies), along with out-of-state up-and-comers like The Yolks and Pink Reason. (Never heard of them? That’s kind of the point.) Also on hand: works by local artists and all-you-can-drink Select Vodka and beer (or BYO).
The night shows will be at the ISM Gallery in Wynwood, and Saturday afternoon’s affair is at the UES Garden. A weekend pass is just $18.
The price won’t mushroom.
For tickets and schedules, go to sorawfestival.com.