Fete de la Musique: Summer Solstice 6/21

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Wednesday June 22nd | Concert | 7:30 pm | @ The Alliance Française's terrass 
Wine & Jazz Café
Come to join us for a little fête de la musique on the Alliance française's terrass as every 3rd Wednesday of each month to listen Nestor Zurita with a new special guest for a great moment of Jazz music drinking red or white French wine. 
With an ever growing audience, these concerts have become an important part of the music scene in Miami. The music presented is a merger of cultures and jazz from the past and present. Come and enjoy intricate and complex music improvisations in a unique cultural setting open to everyone. 

Admission: for $5 The Alliance Française propose you a package including the entrance and a glass of wine. 
Alliance Francaise: 618 SW 8 St, Miami, FL 33130 

About The Fête de la Musique In Miami

Fête de la Musique began in Paris in 1982 as a new holiday celebrating the summer solstice on June 21st. It has evolved into a global music festival, featuring free music in the streets, fields and concert halls across Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas. Previous year’s local Fêtes - headlined by Barcelona’s Ojos de Brujo in 2005 and the Refugee All Stars of Sierra Leone in 2006 - drew over 3,000 to Miami’s downtown. The festival showcases all styles of music, from traditional and classical to world music, choral and jazz, electronic and new trends. The concerts themselves – always free – range in scale from individual street musicians and club shows to massive carnivals and all-day extravaganzas in open fields and stadiums. The Cultural Services of the French Consulate in Miami has organized Fête de la Musique in Miami since 1997 with many partners such as Alliance Française and Rhythm Foundation.