Weekly

Gramps is a bar with lots to drink and do.

MON: COME FOR THE HAPPY HOUR, STAY FOR THE HAPPY HOUR
TUE: TRIVIA THUNDERDOME & VILLAIN THEATER
WED: BINGO with MISS TOTO
THU: DOUBLE STUBBLE & LET’S SANG KARAOKE
FRI: FRIDAY NITE LIVE with Mikey, Benton, & bands
SAT: DJ Hiltronix

Upcoming Events

Lets Sang!

Let's Sang!

Oct 12, 10:00pm - Oct 13, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Every Thursday at Gramps #LETSSANG hosted by JUJU PIE 25,000 songs titles to choose from!

The RnBae Collective Presents: Pillow Talk

The RnBae Collective Presents: Pillow Talk

Oct 19, 8:00pm - Oct 20, 12:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Pillow Talk presented by The RnBae Collective is a curated spin on your average open mic night. Here, we will feature a handful of artists that didn’t have the opportunity to perform at our showcase or past concert, a few of our favorite past artists, along with R&B and Alternative artists looking for a spotlight. Artists will perform, one by one, their favorite single for a crowd of R&B fans. This event is for R&B and alternative artists only on October 19th from 8pm to 12am at Gramps Wynwood. 21+ only. We will announce a handful of activations during the week including our "Make Your Own Flower Crown" station, our raffle featuring a handful of R&B curated goodies along with a few sponsors up our sleeve. Our featured artists include: Seanetta Zorenzo Melyssa We are also hosting a raffle for product based and service based brands to give to our fan-base included in the ticket price. To donate an item/service for raffle, please fill out our form at rnbae.com Bring a bae or 7. No refunds.... See MoreSee Less

Double Stubble

Double Stubble

Oct 19, 9:00pm - Oct 20, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Get lit at Gramps with the killer queens and foxy kings of Double Stubble! We're here. We're queer. Dance with us!!! With Residents DJ Hottpants Mystic Bill Terence Tabeau Performances by Kurt Fowl and three fabulous Drag Performers! Shows at 9:30pm and 11:30pm Always FUN / Always FREE... See MoreSee Less

Dance With The Dead / Gost at Gramps

Dance With The Dead / Gost at Gramps

Oct 20, 8:00pm

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Endoxa Booking and Breakeven Booking Presnet: Dance With The Dead Gost Mystvries

Salt Cathedral Live at Gramps

Salt Cathedral Live at Gramps

Oct 21, 8:00pm - Oct 22, 11:55am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Salt Cathedral is back ON!!!!!! See you at Gramps on Saturday October 21. Special guest Millionyoung Free admission with RSVP seetickets.us/HOCSaltCathedral

Terrestrial Funk

Terrestrial Funk

Oct 24, 9:00pm - Oct 25, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Join us for our weekly get down at Gramps. Expressive, emotive, and invigorating music from your host, Brother Dan, and guests. Every Tuesday from nine to one. 'Sounds From Around The Globe'

Trivia Thunderdome

Trivia Thunderdome

Oct 24, 10:00pm - Oct 25, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Think you're smart? Come drink and show us at Trivia Thunderdome. The winning team gets a $50 bar tab!

Bingo with Miss Toto

Bingo with Miss Toto

Oct 25, 9:00pm - Oct 26, 12:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Play Bingo for FREE with your supreme hostessss: MISS TOTO! Grab your dabber to win drinks, gift certificates, vinyl records, and more!!!

Ghost Drag & Gramps Present L.A Witch

Ghost Drag & Gramps Present L.A Witch

Oct 26, 9:00pm - Oct 27, 2:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Ghost Drag Records and Gramps Presents: L.A. WITCH lawitches.bandcamp.com/ Mo'Booty soundcloud.com/mobootyband/tracks Timothy Eerie soundcloud.com/timothyeerie Glove (St Petersburg, FL) Light show by Big Kid Light Show 9pm 21+ $12 ticketf.ly/2wxtrl1 In the dimly lit interior of a small nightclub, where the stale smell of a thousand extinguished cigarettes drowns out the smell of spilt beer and broken dreams, a band plays against a backdrop of cheap golden tinsel. Outside, palm trees line the night’s horizon. In the years to come, the streets will swell into highways and interstates, but for now Los Angeles is still a young city growing daily with transplants from across the United States, all looking for a new life. It’s still a city largely cut off from the rest of the country, and in the years before the Manson family forever tarnishes the infinite hope of the Western enclave and before the Hell’s Angels of Altamont interrupt rock n’ roll’s peaceful trajectory with unprecedented violence, there is still a dreamy California sound for those dark rooms suffused with neon light. The three women of L.A. Witch wouldn’t be born for several decades, but their sound transports you back to those warm Californian nights in smoky rooms. The name is a partial misnomer. Though the band hails from Los Angeles, they do not partake in any sort of witchcraft. Yet their ability to conjure a specific time and place through their sound does suggest a kind of magic. On their eponymous debut album, L.A. Witch’s reverb-drenched guitar jangle and sultry vocals conjure the analog sound of a collector’s prized 45 from some short-lived footnote cult band. The melodies forgo the bubblegum pop for a druggy haze that straddles the line between seedy glory and ominous balladry; the production can’t afford Phil Spector’s wall-of-sound, but the instruments’ simple beauty provides an economic grace that renders studio trickery unnecessary; the lyrics seem more descendent of Johnny Cash’s first-person morality tales than the vacuous empty gestures of pre-fab pop bands. This isn’t music for the masses; it’s music for miscreants, burnouts, down-and-out dreamers, and obsessive historians. Album opener “Kill My Baby Tonight” is the perfect introduction to the band’s marriage of ‘60s girls-in-the-garage charm and David Lynch’s surreal exposés of Southern California’s underbelly. Sade Sanchez’s black velvet vocals disguise the malicious intent of this murder ballad, with the thumping pulse of bassist Irita Pai, the slow-burn build of drummer Ellie English, and Sanchez’s desert guitar twang helping beguile the listener into becoming a willing accomplice to the narrator’s crimes. “Brian” follows the opening track with a similarly graceful, if not somewhat ominous, slow-mo take on a well-worn jukebox 7”. It’s a vibe that permeates the entire album, from the early psychedelic hue of 13th Floor Elevators on tracks like “You Love Nothing,” through the motorik beat and fuzzed-out licks of “Drive Your Car,” to the grittier permutation of Mazzy Star’s sleepy beauty on “Baby In Blue Jeans.” L.A. Witch was recorded at Hurley Studios in Costa Mesa and mixed in Highland Park, Los Angeles, though early incarnations of several songs from the album originally surfaced on limited edition singles released over the last several years. The band’s initial aspirations were humble. “We never really thought we would or could release an album,” the band says. “We were really just finding each other and finding our sound.” But after touring nearly non-stop for the last three years, L.A. Witch developed a singularly seductive, haunting, and wistful sound that enamored the garage rock, dream pop, psych, and broader indie [email protected]... See MoreSee Less

Lets Sang!

Let's Sang!

Oct 26, 10:00pm - Oct 27, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Every Thursday at Gramps #LETSSANG special guest hostess Melissa Gomez!!!!!! 25,000 songs titles to choose from!

Amigo the Devil & Andrew Sheppard / Dark Hearts Tour

Amigo the Devil & Andrew Sheppard / Dark Hearts Tour

Oct 30, 9:00pm - Oct 31, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Amigo The Devil Andrew Sheppard Wil Ridge W.D. Miller at Gramps

Terrestrial Funk

Terrestrial Funk

Oct 31, 9:00pm - Nov 1, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Join us for our weekly get down at Gramps. Expressive, emotive, and invigorating music from your host, Brother Dan, and guests. Every Tuesday from nine to one. 'Sounds From Around The Globe'

Trivia Thunderdome

Trivia Thunderdome

Oct 31, 10:00pm - Nov 1, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Think you're smart? Come drink and show us at Trivia Thunderdome. The winning team gets a $50 bar tab!

Bingo with Miss Toto

Bingo with Miss Toto

Nov 1, 9:00pm - Nov 2, 12:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Play Bingo for FREE with your supreme hostessss: MISS TOTO! Grab your dabber to win drinks, gift certificates, vinyl records, and more!!!

Lets Sang Thursdays

Let's Sang Thursdays

Nov 2, 9:00pm - Nov 3, 12:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Every Thursday at Gramps #LETSSANG hosted by JUJU PIE 25,000 songs titles to choose from!

Double Stubble

Double Stubble

Nov 2, 9:00pm - Nov 3, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Get lit at Gramps with the killer queens and foxy kings of Double Stubble! We're here. We're queer. Dance with us!!! With Residents DJ Hottpants Mystic Bill Terence Tabeau Performances by Kurt Fowl and three fabulous Drag Performers! Shows at 9:30pm and 11:30pm Always FUN / Always FREE... See MoreSee Less

10th Annual Everglades Awareness Concert

10th Annual Everglades Awareness Concert

Nov 4, 2:00pm - Nov 5, 2:59am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

10th ANNUAL EVERGLADES AWARENESS CONCERT AT GRAMPS Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 a.m. HOSTED BY LOVE THE EVERGLADES MOVEMENT & PLOPPY PALACE PRODUCTIONS On Saturday, November 4, 2017 Love The Everglades Movement and Ploppy Palace Productions will be hosting a concert to raise awareness and support for Everglades protection and public education. As part of this three stage extravaganza, some of South Florida's top bands, spoken word artists and community activists will join together to raise awareness for this vital natural resource. There will be musical performances by Army Gideon, Here II Here, Aaron Lebos Reality, The Baboons, Falseta, The Hoy Polloy, Chantil Dukart, Above The Skyline, Venus Rising, Kuyayky, The Osceola Brothers, Cleaveland Jones, Steve Minotti, Anthony Nelson, Tom Schafer, Mr. Grim Reapa, PATH, School of Rock and more. Guest speakers include: Houston Cypress from Love The Everglades Movement, Laura Reynolds from Conservation Concepts; Dara Schoenwald & David Doebler from VolunteerCleanup.org, Sam Van Leer from Urban Paradise Guild, Tim Canova from Progress For All, Matthew Schwartz from South Florida Wildlands Association, representatives from other community organizations and concerned citizens. Spoken word by Alonso, Michelangelo and more. Dance and performance by Elviza's Rockabelly Hippies featuring Elviza, Symphony & Sofia Luna plus Melody Gedeon and more. Live art by Anibal Fernandez, Linx and more, plus Digital Art Show featuring over 40 artists. Information booths from Love The Everglades Movement, VolunteerCleanup.org and other organizations. Vendors and small businesses promoting and selling their merchandise, including The Wallflower Gallery, Progressive Rags, and others. More kids activities are being developed, so stay tuned! This is an all ages event Admission is $ 10. Children under 12 - FREE ============================================ The 10th Annual Everglades Awareness Concert at Gramps is sponsored by Ploppy Palace Production and with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners. Production Support by 7th Circuit Productions, Resurrection Drums, and Mut Communications. Gramps 176 NW 24th St Miami, Florida 33127 www.gramps.com www.facebook.com/grampsmiami ** Sponsorship and vending opportunities are still available.** Donate here: www.gofundme.com/LoveTheEverglades For more information, please check out www.ploppypalace.com or e-mail Ploppy Palace Productions at [email protected] or call 305-579-0069. ============================================= Love The Everglades Movement MISSION STATEMENT The Everglades Awareness Concert Series is a platform for individuals and organizations to engage the community about environmental issues and find solutions to help protect the Everglades ecosystem and our water supply. OBJECTIVES: www.lovetheeverglades.org/about-us.html DONATE NOW: www.gofundme.com/LoveTheEverglades... See MoreSee Less

Terrestrial Funk

Terrestrial Funk

Nov 7, 9:00pm - Nov 8, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Join us for our weekly get down at Gramps. Expressive, emotive, and invigorating music from your host, Brother Dan, and guests. Every Tuesday from nine to one. 'Sounds From Around The Globe'

Bingo with Miss Toto

Bingo with Miss Toto

Nov 8, 9:00pm - Nov 9, 12:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Play Bingo for FREE with your supreme hostessss: MISS TOTO! Grab your dabber to win drinks, gift certificates, vinyl records, and more!!!

Nerd Nite Miami!

Nerd Nite Miami!

Nov 9, 6:00pm - Nov 9, 9:30pm

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

The world famous Nerd Nite lecture series is in the 305! Nerd Nite is a monthly event held in more than 75 cities across the globe during which several folks give fun-yet-informative presentations across all disciplines – while the audience drinks along. It's like the Discovery Channel… with beer! This month's speakers and topics: 1) Zoonotic Infectious Diseases: Are We That Different From Animals? by Felix Contreras-Castro When animals die in clusters it's wise to pay attention. Emerging infectious diseases like SARS and the avian influenza often show up in animals first. Most pandemics originate in animals, are caused by viruses, and are driven to emerge by ecological, behavioral, or socioeconomic changes. Zoonotic infectious diseases have always been around and we must purge the mindset that what occurs in the animal world is a foreign concept not worth thinking about. Felix has four degrees in Biology, Sociology, Black Studies, and Political Science. He currently teaches middle school math and science in partnership with Teach for America. / / / / / 2) What Can Mahi-Mahi Teach Us About the Effects of Marine Oil Spills? by Lela Schlenker and Christina Pasparakis / / / / / 3) Medieval Architecture 101 (Or How I Learned to Stop Being Basic When Visiting the Medieval Cathedrals of France) by Marc Magellan The “Euro Trip” is one of the quintessential marks of a summer break during one’s college years. But how many have found themselves just running through the motions, taking selfies in front of the Eiffel Tower, and getting plastered with the locals? For many, a Euro Trip means taking pictures of “old castles and churches” and having no idea what they are, who made them, or why they should care. This presentation will be a brief crash course on the development of Medieval architecture as it developed in France and spread throughout (and beyond) Western Europe. Marc Magellan is an assistant professor of humanities at Miami Dade College’s Kendall Campus. In addition to teaching and taking classes, Magellan plays guitar intermittently, goes to concerts and art galleries, eats great food, and attends cultural events all over the greater Miami area.He is also an avid traveler who relishes any opportunity to visit the awe-inspiring edifices and museums of Europe, which is, coincidentally, where he learned what the word “edifice” means. / / / / / Schedule for the night: 4:00 - 7:00 Happy Hour 6:00 - 7:00 Powerpoint Roulette 7:30 Presentations begin 9:30 Party! ----------------------- Come join us for a beer, meet fellow nerds, learn something new, and help us spread the word about Nerd Nite Miami at Gramps! **Every second Thursday of the month. Only at Gramps.**... See MoreSee Less

Lets Sang Thursdays

Let's Sang Thursdays

Nov 9, 9:00pm - Nov 10, 12:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Every Thursday at Gramps #LETSSANG hosted by JUJU PIE 25,000 songs titles to choose from!

Double Stubble

Double Stubble

Nov 9, 9:00pm - Nov 10, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Get lit at Gramps with the killer queens and foxy kings of Double Stubble! We're here. We're queer. Dance with us!!! With Residents DJ Hottpants Mystic Bill Terence Tabeau Performances by Kurt Fowl and three fabulous Drag Performers! Shows at 9:30pm and 11:30pm Always FUN / Always FREE... See MoreSee Less

Shana Falana / Red Nectar / Madrina @ Gramps

Shana Falana / Red Nectar / Madrina @ Gramps

Nov 10, 9:00pm

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Endoxa Booking and Breakeven Booking Present: Shana Falana Red Nectar Madrina

Jonwayne w/ Danny Watts, EMV, and Bleubird at Gramps

Jonwayne w/ Danny Watts, EMV, and Bleubird at Gramps

Nov 12, 9:00pm - Nov 13, 1:00am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Jonwayne at Gramps + guests.

Waxahatchee w/ Ought at Gramps

Waxahatchee w/ Ought at Gramps

Nov 14, 8:00pm - Nov 15, 12:30am

Gramps
176 NW 24th St
Miami, FL  33127 Map

Gramps and Radio-Active Records Present: Waxahatchee w/ Ought at Gramps