Written by Josue Santiago Friday, 08 July 2011 00:00
Anyone who has walked along Lincoln Road over the past thirteen years has passed the iconic bull's-eye above the entrance of Score, one of Miami's most frequented and fabulous gay bars.
Since 1997, Score has been the place to see and be seen in Miami Beach. Whether you're looking to dance to your favorite Latin jams, have drinks, do karaoke with your friends, watch live performances or just looking to score, there's a night for you.
Opened in the late nineties by New Yorkers who wanted to service the growing LGBT community in Miami Beach, Score has been a friend to such organizations as the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Care Resource, SOBAP and many more through the years. It has also been the place to catch a glimpse of the likes of Lady Gaga, Pamela Anderson, and Danny Tenaglia – to name a few.
To celebrate their thirteen years, they have enlisted the help of Ukranian pop sensations KAZAKY in their first performance in the US. One of the hottest acts out of Europe, KAZAKY is sure to drive the crowd crazy with their flair for fashion and killer heels.
And the party doesn't end there. World renowned DJ Abel will follow their performance as KAZAKY mix and mingle with partygoers.
They're pulling out all the stops on their July 17th anniversary celebration, also taking the opportunity to unveil a new state of the art LED video wall.
Score's dedication to the local community – and, of course, visitors from all over the world – has allowed them to go strong for thirteen years and they show no signs of stopping.
Be sure to arrive early! From 10pm to 11pm, there will be a Grey Goose open bar, and KAZAKY starts their set at midnight sharp!