Wednesday, July 18, 2018     

Media Contacts:

Natasha Wright  |305-791-6166 |

Kechi Okpala | 718-213-1702 |




presented by Miami DDA, MUCE, Love/Hate Classic Sundays, Kech This Inc.


Free to the public with RSVP  | RSVP here.


Lawn Chairs & Blankets are encouraged to enjoy a day of:

MUCE Pop up art, paint classes, mini-golf, live painters, and life-size game zone

The best in classic Hip hop and  R&B presented by Love/Hate Classic Sundays

Caribbean vibes of DJ Mack & Reggae Massive Dance-off

Ethnicity Kids Modeling Bootcamp presented by Ethnicity Models

Outdoor games, tug-of-wars  presented by KND Total Body

Back-to-school giveaways by Next Level & LiveLifeLoveLife

Good Morning Yoga & Reggae Fit classes with Dub Yoga & Go Green Fashionista

Miami, Fla. (July 2018) –The Miami Urban Contemporary Experience (MUCE) celebrates the end of its MUCE SUMMER SERIES with the first annual S.O.L Fete Miami – Summer of Love Festival on Saturday, August 4th, 2018 from 11AM – 7PM at the Tina Hills Pavilion at  Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd Miami, Fl.  The FREE outdoor community event celebrates the multicultural diversity of Downtown Miami’s urban metropolis that so many call home, while exposing South Florida’s rich Afro-diasporic art, music and cuisine.

In association with the Miami Downtown Development Authority (Miami DDA), Love/Hate Classic Sundays, KechThis Inc, and Good Vibes Entertainment, S.O.L Fete (Party) Miami will feature an array of Food, Art, Music and Cultural activities for everyone in the family to enjoy.  There will be an iconic pallet pop-up gallery featuring local artists, FREE paint classes, life-size games like Jenga and Connect Four, Children’s Self

Esteem Bootcamp, field day &  Fitness Activities to enjoy in sunny Miami while catching a vibe to the iconic sounds of Love/Hate Classic Sundays.  

“We want to highlight the amazing diversity in Miami while celebrating the outdoors. S.O.L. FETE Miami is about utilizing art, music and food as connective threads to highlight our multifaceted community,” explains Ashlee Thomas, co-founder of MUCE. “Thanks to the Miami DDA and  Bayfront Park, this event is free for the entire family and supports the arts and local business community ”.

This is a FREE event and open to the public. Food trucks and arts and crafts vendors will be made available; attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets for a family fun day outside. Patrons are also encouraged to bring cash/card to support the local vendors.  

This is event is made possible by Miami DDA, MUCE, Love/Hate Classic Sundays, Kech This Inc., The Diamond Butterfly, K-n-D Total Body Fit, Ethnicity Models, Next Level Barbershop, Fly Supply Clothing, GMCVB Art of Black Miami, LiveLifeLoveLife, Dub Yoga, GoGreen Fashionista, and the  City of Miami, Bayfront Park.

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Miami Urban Contemporary Experience (MUCE) is an arts production company focused on bringing a niched heritage experience to the global market, through pop up exhibitions, fairs and festival. The company is committed to utilizing arts as a vehicle to preserve heritage and as a platform to diversify the artistic landscape of the western world. For more information about MUCE visit

Downtown Development Authority has a mission to grow, strengthen and promote the economic health and vitality of Downtown Miami. It is an  autonomous agency of the City, the Miami DDA advocates, facilitates, plans, and executes business development, planning and capital improvements, and marketing and communication strategies.  Learn more here.

KechThis Inc. is a boutique communications, marketing and event production firm that integrates strategic partnerships with entertainment, government, fashion, lifestyle and non-profit organizations. For more information on we can better serve you visit

Love/Hate Classic Sundays is a music collaborative of Good Vibes Entertainment and Self Born Music that curates events and experiences focused on the void of music from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s era. For more information visit