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The Best of Miami’s Cultural Offerings for only $5! Really!

Posted By Josie Gulliksen
June 26, 2014 at 1:46 PM

The Best of Miami’s Cultural Offerings for only $5! Really!

Teens and college students can get their cultural fix at Miami’s hottest, hippest shows and museums thanks to Culture Shock Miami and their unbeatable $5 ticket deal for students ages 13-22. Miami-Dade students simply go online to www.cultureshockmiami.miami . Once there we you will see all options for the week. Dance, music, theatre, museums, and more are offered but remember space is limited so order early. Once you decide what you want to see it is simple to buy your $5 ticket with a major credit card. They can also buy an additional ticket for an adult or friend of any age.

They have a summer jam packed with arts options for the teen and young adult set. Their latest offering is to “Rhythmic Circus Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!” on June 28 at 8 p.m. at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center located at 10950 SW 211 St. in Cutler Bay.

The high energy show funky costumed tap dancers running through a series of numbers to the sounds of a seven-piece funk big brass band. Adding to the tapping, stomping, shuffling show is the Human Heatbox.

Culture Shock Miami also offers two tickets for $5 to major museums and attractions around Miami including ZooMiami, Coral Gables Museum and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, to name a few.

Spend your summer with arts!

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