Coconut Grove Kicks Off Fashion + Art + Music Night Event Series

The streets of the business district will be filled with live music, painting, gallery exhibitions, special promotions and extended store hours.

COCONUT GROVE, FL – SEPTEMBER 27, 2016

WHEN: Saturday October 1, 2016 6:00pm – 9:00pm

WHERE: Coconut Grove, Miami, FL

Participating galleries, restaurants, hotels and boutiques in the business district of anchored at CocoWalk, 3015 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove, FL 33131

MORE: Visit CoconutGrove.com/FAM for a complete listing of participating businesses, special promotions, art and live music locations.

About the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID) The Coconut Grove BID is a Board of the City of Miami that exists to improve the quality and financial success of Coconut Grove’s commercial core. It enhances safety, sanitation, streetscape, and marketing, as well as supports special events in the District. For more information about the Coconut Grove BID, visit www.coconutgrove.com or call 305-461-5506.

Art and live music fill the streets of Coconut Grove the first Saturday of the month for Fashion + Art + Music Night. Featured destinations include: Galleries at The Coconut Grove Arts Festival, FrameWorks and The Sonesta Coconut Grove. Art displays in various locations including Cory Hunter a local artist who paints with electricity. Live music from Peanut Butter and Jelly, Ronnie Brooks and other talented acts at CocoWalk, Vinos in the Grove, Spasso, The Grove Spot, Oasis Hookah Lounge, Grove Ink Tattoo, Lucky 14, The Spillover, The Miami Conservatory of Music and more. Open house receptions at Art Box and the grand opening of OM Movement. Jaguar, Peacock Garden Cafe and Le Bouchon du Grove will offer a complimentary cocktail with entree for FAM attendees. Spasso & Bice Bistro will offer a special Saturday happy hour from 6pm -9pm.Visit CoconutGrove.com/FAM for a complete listing of participating businesses.

The FAM Night is sponsored by the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District to promote cultural tourism. The community event is free and open to the public.

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