The Best Free Events in Miami This Week 18-24 April

"Nadir Souirgi: Metonym" at Palm Court

The artist was born to a Haitian mother and Moroccan father; his biracial background and his mother's political activism influence his work immensely. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through May 27, at 140 NE 29th St., Ste. 106, Miami; Admission is free.

Florida Grand Opera’s Community Conversations at Art Deco Museum

The Florida Grand Opera’s Community Conversations bring together artists, social activists, and community members. On Monday, FGO partners with the Art Deco Museum, Miami Beach Pride, and the SAVE Foundation to discuss equality and inclusion

Earth Day Celebration at Miami Beach Botanical Garden

Miami’s lush gardens, spectacular beaches, and blooming trees deserve to be celebrated. That’s why the Miami Beach Botanical Garden is hosting an Earth Day Celebration highlighting local flora and fauna.

Jael at 1-800-Lucky

On Thursday, local party promoter Ripefruit brings Moluccan artist Jael to 1-800-Lucky for a free concert. The Netherlands-based musician takes inspiration from his multicultural background to infuse his DJ sets with a genre-bending ethos that features everything from soulful R&B to future bass.

Record Store Day at Technique Record

Last year, vinyl record sales topped $1 billion for the first time in 35 years. As major labels and retailers look to capitalize on the surge, let's not forget who actually helped spur the revival: local record stores. On Saturday, local shops celebrate Record Store Day, featuring special releases, live music, drinks, and more. On 79th Street, Technique Records will open at 8 a.m. with RSD exclusives, a spring sale, an open bar, and giveaways.

National Water Day at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center

On Saturday, National Water Dance, a catalyst that encourages ongoing engagement between dance and the environment, takes over the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center. The performance salutes the members of the Miccosukee and Seminole communities, driven by not only dance but by untold stories and art exhibits.