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WINE

6 p.m.

Taste more than 100 wines from 15 regions of Italy at Slow Wine 2013. Attendees also will go home with a copy of the new Slow Wine Guide. Miami Beach Resort & Spa, 4833 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 646-624-2885; $50.

CONCERT

8 p.m.

Cuban-American singer and longtime Miami resident Jon Secada, who was discovered by Gloria and Emilio Estefan (he co-wrote her hit “Coming Out of the Dark”), performs hits including “Just Another Day,” “Angel,” “I’m Free” and “If You Go,” plus his new single “I’m Never Too Far Away.” Hard Rock Live Arena at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole Way, near Hollywood; Ticketmaster; $39-$69.

BATTLE

10 p.m.

The road to Ultra starts at Automatic Slims Miami with a special battle of local DJs where contestants will rock the decks for a chance to win a trip to Las Vegas and for the chance to headline their own party in March. Enjoy $3 shots and $5 drafts all night. 1216 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 305-672-2220.

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