Between hidden fees and "donations welcomed," very rarely are things in life really free.
Trust us on this one: the Sweatstock 4 block party at Little Haiti institution Sweat Records is truly free.
As in, bring only your ID.
The event kicks off early on Record Store Day Saturday morning, where scouring the store's shelves for classic vinyl is merely the prelude to a bevy of local bands and DJs hitting the stage at 2p.
Playing on the official Sweat Street Stage, Otto Von Schirach busts out his kickdrum-fueled fuzz rock tunes while the Beat Machines unleash all the pulsating beatbox one man can handle.
Because we know you can handle more, hit up Churchill's Pub next door, where they're hosting stages full of live global music acts on their outdoor patio, including Penthotal from France and MC Trachiotomy from New Orleans.
This much dancing requires calories (just ask breakdancer Nick Offerman), so grab a bite from Miami’s first food on wheels, GastroPod Miami, where lamb and fennel sausage sliders and dirty chips cooked in pork fat await.
Dirty and cheap. Just the way you like em'.
Sweatstock 4 + Record Store Day 2013
Saturday-Sunday April 20-21
5505 NE 2nd Ave., Little Haiti