In celebration of Haitian Heritage Month and Haitian Flag Day, catch a live performance by 11-piece band Symbi Roots, direct from Haiti, in partnership with Rhythm Foundation. Enjoy themed art-making, happy hour drink specials, and more. In the auditorium, watch a screening of "Liberty in a Soup," a film that reveals the origin of the "Soup Joumou" and its connection with the Haitian Revolution and Haiti's Independence Day.
Symbi Roots Bio
Rara is a uniquely Haitian horn and percussion-fueled festival music, whose massive processions are featured at street parties and carnival celebrations throughout Haiti and the diaspora. The music builds on a voudou tradition both celebratory and sacred – and is always a 'guy thing'. Enter Symbi Roots, the groundbreaking all-female rara band led by bandleader Dieuvela Etienne out of her cultural center in Port-au-Prince. The group presents rara in a fresh context, building on the traditions of the style and adding in elements of chanson, jazz and pop. The girls of Symbi Roots have joined ArcadeFire for a show-stopping finale at Jacmel Carnival, they have taken their unique show to France and the Caribbean, and now they make their US debut at TransAtlantic Festival
Price does not include food/drink.
Happy hour drink specials, 5–7pm: $5 Beer, $6 Wine and $7 Cocktails
Members bring membership card for quick entry. Become a member!
Tickets are non-refundable. Rain or shine.
Galleries close at 9pm.
- PAMM is directly adjacent to the Miami-Dade Metromover, Museum Park station. Take the Omni Loop train to Museum Park station, and arrive steps from the museum entrance.
- On-site parking is $8 the first hour / $4 each additional hour (space is limited).
- Self-parking at the Omni garage located at 1645 Biscayne Blvd (rates apply).