SATURDAY (JANUARY 17, 2015) 10AM - 11PM

SUNDAY (JANUARY 18, 2015) 10AM - 8PM



Art Deco Weekend 2015 celebrates 100 years of the good life on the world's most luxurious barrier island, just off Florida's southeast coast.



For the past three years, Miami's own Suénalo has served as something of the Miami Design Preservation League's rock solid house band. They consistently electrify Lummus Park, and have ensured Art Deco Weekend as South Florida's most entertaining street festival.


"Cross That River" [Live]

"Fly Me to the Moon" (Over Miami)

 — video by dave hogerty (original noise)


Last year, Art Deco Weekend Musical Director Doug Wimbish put together what was called "The Art Deco All-Star Band," and proceeded to play one of the most memorable music programs in the Weekend's 39-year history.

           Here (playing together for the first time), the band played on WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat with host Ed Bell, the Friday before Saturday night's headline performance.

           So enjoyable was the evening, for musicians and audience alike, that the band will reassemble for another Art Deco performance in 2015.

           — Doug Wimbish (electric bass guitar)

           — Allan Harris (vocals/guitar)

           — Jesse Jones Jr. (alto saxophone)

           — Keith LeBlanc (drums)

           — Howie Schneider (piano)



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