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The Fifth Annual Miami Festival of Blues and Jazz on November 8th!

On Friday, November 8th, 2019 the SSJ Health Foundation and the Sovereign Order of Malta, Cuban Association are hosting their legendary annual Blues and Jazz Festival, presented by Mas Medical Group, at the Nightlife Brewing Co. Beer Garden to benefit the St. John Bosco Clinic in Miami and the Order of Malta medical missions. Over 150 guests are gathering at one of Miami’s favorite independent breweries to enjoy drinks, food and great music, headlined by two artists, the Rachelle Coba Band and People You Know. Located in historic Little Havana, proceeds will benefit the charitable services that provide free quality healthcare to the underserved in both Miami and abroad.

“We are thrilled to partner again with the St. John Bosco Clinic for this great event,” says Juan Jose Calvo, President of the Order of Malta. “We are also excited for our new venue, Nightlife Brewing Co, which helps us communicate to younger generations that giving is part of the enjoyment of life and part of the legacy of who we are as residents of Miami.”

Tickets include beer, wine, delicious food and great music from 7pm – midnight. Online tickets at $125 are only available until November 7th. Tickets will be $160 at the door. A liquor cash bar will also be available.

“This is a very special event for us every year,” says Berta Cabrera, Executive Director of SSJ Health Foundation and St. John Bosco Clinic. “It’s the most beautiful time of the year in Miami and Nightlife has an amazing outdoor stage, the Rachelle Coba Band and People You Know are wonderful musicians, and of course the most important part of the night is everyone who comes out to help ensure healthcare access for those we serve. It’s an evening no one will forget!”

This year, the festival is presented by Mas Medical Group and sponsored by International Data Depository, Miami Healthy Smiles and Revuelta Architecture International. Proceeds are evenly split between St. John Bosco Clinic and The Order of Malta.

Ride-sharing is strongly encouraged. Self-parking is available in the Home Plate garage.

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