Singer Yoli Mayor, far left, performs Sunday Jan. 10 at the Arts + Entertainment District’s monthly market, Miami Flea. Federico Colloca is on keyboard and Albert Bade plays the cajon, a Peruvian percussion instrument.
Singer Yoli Mayor, far left, performs Sunday Jan. 10 at the Arts + Entertainment District’s monthly market, Miami Flea. Federico Colloca is on keyboard and Albert Bade plays the cajon, a Peruvian percussion instrument. Christian Portilla
Singer Yoli Mayor, far left, performs Sunday Jan. 10 at the Arts + Entertainment District’s monthly market, Miami Flea. Federico Colloca is on keyboard and Albert Bade plays the cajon, a Peruvian percussion instrument. Christian Portilla

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