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PERU

7 p.m.

The Peruvian American Chamber of Commerce presents its third annual Peruvian Gourmet Festival, showcasing some of the best South Florida Peruvian restaurants, offering a tasting of typical dishes, Pisco cocktails and beers and folkloric Peruvian entertainment. All funds raised will benefit Asociacion Emergencia Ayacucho — Miami Chapter. Rusty Pelican, 3201 Rickenbacker Cswy., Key Biscayne; 305-599-1057; $60.

MUSIC

8 p.m.

Electro-pop outfit from Portland, Oregon, STRFKR performs at Grand Central along with Chrome Sparks. 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 305-377-2277; $15.

PARTY

11 p.m.

Social media vixen known for putting rap stars “on blast” on her Youtube channel, Kat Stacks hosts the party at Cameo. 1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; Wantickets.com; $30.

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

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