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SANGRIA

11 a.m.

Spend your Sundays sipping sangria on the patio of Bar Centro at The Bazaar in the SLS Hotel. Throughout the summer, pitchers of hand-crafted red and white sangria are $25 and meant to be shared as brunch begins and the weekend winds down. The sangria special is available from 11 a.m. until close (2 a.m.) every Sunday. 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-455-2999.

POOL PARTY

2 p.m.

Delano Beach Club heats up the summer with the all new Privileged Sundays pool party. The weekly party kicks off with poolside spa treatments from Club Essentia Wellness Retreat, treats from Bianca, music by resident DJs including Dave Sol, Tavin Reiter and Prab K. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-924-4071 or email DbcVip@LightMiami.com.

STRINGS

8 p.m.

Well Strung, a quartet of hunky guys singing and stringing (two violins, cello and viola), blends classical music by Mozart and Vivaldi with hits by pop superstars such as Adele, Rihanna and Lady Gaga. Colony Theater, 1040 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach; 305-332-2623 or www.well-strung.com; $30, $25 students/seniors.

To get listed visit www.miami.com/events.

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