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"Sensatia" takes the stage at the Faena Theater.


5 Summer Shows You Shouldn’t Miss!

By Rebecca Wallwork

Photo courtesy of Faena Theater


These five magnetic performances are calling your name.

Treat Your Senses
If you haven’t caught Faena Theater’s resident cabaret, Sensatia, yet, a hot summer night this weekend is the perfect time to experience its sensual spectacle. The interactive show is a blend of live music, film, aerial choreography and acrobatics that will make your jaw drop. It all takes place in a decadent, intimate space like no other in town. July 26-28, 9PM, from $55, 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786.655.5600

Feel-Good Friday
R&B fans, this one’s for you. Grammy winner Janelle Monáe comes to the Fillmore Miami Beach as part of her Dirty Computer tour. Expect ample tracks from the singer-songwriter’s third studio album of the same name, including singles “Django Jane” and “Make Me Feel.” Opening for Monáe is the duo St. Beauty from Atlanta. July 27, 8PM, From $45, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 800.745.3000

One More Time

America loves a good comeback story like that of Britney Spears. After a four-year residency in Las Vegas, Brit is back on the road—and she’s bringing her finely honed dance moves and string of hits to the Hard Rock Event Center. Regular tickets are sold out so beg a friend to spring for one of the VIP packages. July 27, 28, 29, 8PM, VIP tickets from $685, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, 800.745.3000

Ice, Ice Baby

Cirque du Soleil’s brand-new arena production, CRYSTAL is the troupe’s first on-ice experience. That means performers skate, tumble and fly through the air in a spectacular display of showmanship. Through July 29, From $51, BB&T Center, 1 Panther Parkway, Sunrise, 800.745.3000

On Pointe
The International Ballet Festival returns to Miami with performances at venues that include the Colony Theater, the Fillmore Miami Beach and the Lehman Theater at Miami-Dade College. The festival showcases the work of more than 200 ballet artists from 20 companies around the world, and also includes a dance film series, art exhibits inspired by dance, workshops and master classes. July 28-Aug. 19, prices, dates and venues vary