The first-ever Miami Beach Pop Festival, a three-day cultural experience celebrating music, food, and the vibrant Miami Beach environment, is set for November 8th-10th, 2019. The festival will be held on the sands of South Beach between 5th & 10th streets, adjacent to the beachfront Lummus Park and the iconic Ocean Drive.Miami Beach Pop will feature a diverse lineup of artists from around the globe, spanning genres of rock, pop, Latin, R&B, electronic, jazz, country, reggae, and more, with international stars and local musicians performing across three stages. The festival will also feature special artist collaborations curated by co-founding partner and Chief Creative Officer Paul Peck, one of the driving forces behind Bonnaroo’s annual SuperJam.Miami Beach Pop will include a culinary showcase celebrating the vibrant flavors of the city, featuring local chefs and specially curated food experiences to bring together the community’s many cultures and cuisines. Additionally, the three-day event will feature a plethora of Florida’s local craft breweries.Co-Founding Partner and CEO Steve Sybesma explains,This is truly a festival like no other. You can make this your festival vacation – or staycation – in America’s tropical paradise. The beautiful art deco area hotels will be filled with like-minded music fans and festival-goers, who can rediscover Ocean Drive, enjoy a morning swim in the ocean, dine at the many world-class restaurants in Miami Beach, and walk in and out of the festival, just a few steps away.The three-day festival plans to unite with the Miami community through partnerships with local businesses, schools, community leaders, and nonprofit organizations. The festival will also present collaborations between gifted students and local, young artists.Keep an eye on Miami Beach Pop Festival’s website for the latest updates regarding the artist lineup and ticketing on-sale information.
Source: BBC Sport Riyad Mahrez scored a superb goal as Algeria cruised past Guinea 3-0 in Cairo to book their place in the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals.The Manchester City forward fired into the bottom corner after cleverly touching the ball past his marker, adding to Youcef Belaili’s earlier goal for the Algerians.Adam Ounas sealed a one-sided victory with the third late on.Algeria face either Mali or Ivory Coast in the last eight on Thursday.The Desert Foxes dominated from the first whistle but Baghdad Bounedjah wasted an early opportunity when he side-footed the ball over the bar from close range after cushioning Adlene Guedioura’s pin-point cross with his chest.They took the lead four minutes later when Bounedjah played a neat one-two with Belaili from a throw-in before the latter burst into the area and curled the ball into the far corner, although the presence of VAR may have seen it disallowed as Belaili appeared to commit a foul throw in the build-up.Algeria captain Mahrez, who had had a relatively quiet opening 45 minutes, came to life with a moment of quality to send Guinea goalkeeper Ibrahim Kone the wrong way with a left-foot strike, before substitute Ounas tapped in Youcef Atal’s low cross from close range.In contrast, Guinea were sluggish and had to wait until the 54th minute to produce their first shot on target, a speculative strike from 30 yards by Mady Camara, as Algeria claimed their fourth clean sheet in as many matches.
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