Concerts

Admission to these performances is free. Seating is first-come, first-served.

A little louder and looser, every last Friday of month at Art After Dark the Museum hosts contemporary musicians in the garden. Come with friends, have a drink in the garden, and dance surrounded by amazing art in the most relaxed vibe in West Palm Beach. 

Afrobeta

Friday, November 29, 2019 / 8pm

Miami's avant-dance duo Afrobeta has been tearing up dancefloors in their hometown since 2006. The band was formed by Cuci Amador and Smurphio, whose mutual love of classic songwriting, Cuban pastries and dancing until 5 am; inspired them to make music together.

About Afrobeta

There are few names as recognizable and well received in the Miami music scene as Afrobeta, instantly lighting up the eyes and ears of those who hear it. With a genuine love for performance, the electro-pop duo have become a staple on EDM stages around the world, whose tracks “Land of Lost Lovers” and “Play House” have found their way onto the Sirius XM Electric Area and UMF Sirius XM BPM airwaves with ease. Their latest venture, Dream About You is a break into a dream-like world that still nods to the sharp electronic roots they have so eloquently shaped. 

Bred from the melting pot of culture in Miami’s streets, the duo of Cuci Amador and Tony “Smurphio” Laurencio fuse electronic production with the romance of an open mind. Afrobeta is the antithesis of an inside joke; their infectious beats form an effortless blend of quirk and skill that invites even the most reluctant of on-listeners into a world where color and fun roam free – a universal message that requires no interpreter.

Bred from the melting pot of culture in Miami’s streets, the duo of Cuci Amador and Tony “Smurphio” Laurencio fuse electronic production with the romance of an open mind. Afrobeta is the antithesis of an inside joke; their infectious beats form an effortless blend of quirk and skill that invites even the most reluctant of on-listeners into a world where color and fun roam free – a universal message that requires no interpreter.

To Know: 
This concert takes place during Art After Dark. A weekly event that features different programming every Friday evening from 5pm – 10pm, free. 
Admission to this concert is free.
This concert takes outdoors in the Garden. We recommend you bring your own picnic blanket. Lawn chairs are not permitted.    
Seating is limited, bringing a blanket is recommended. 

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April 29, 2020!