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To do Friday: Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival, Sahari Takes Hollywood and Krewella and Excision


Krewella and Excision: Get ready for a night of nonstop dancing, electronic music and dubstep when Krewella, who rocked the house at this year's Ultra Music Festival, performs with Jeff Abel, a.k.a. Excision, at Revolution Live (100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale). Beware, this hard-hitting music isn't easy on the ears. Krewella, who won "Best Break-Through Artist" at the International Dance Music Awards, have recently released a new, pumped-up remix of their single "Alive." For his North American tour, Excision added a new "Executioner" video stage, along with the 100,000-watt bass system from PK Sound. 9 p.m. $55. — Micaela Hood

Palm Beach Chamber Music Summer Festival: The classical-music nonprofit's monthlong string of chamber concerts couldn't be better timed, cooling down a sweltering July with the sonatas and serenades of Camille Saint-Sae¿ns, Eric Ewazen and Johannes Brahms. Friday's nerve-relaxing 7 p.m. recital will be performed by oboist Sherie Aguirre, cellist Susan Moyer Bergeron, flutist Karen Fuller Dixon, bassoonist Michael Ellert and clarinetist Michael Forte. The program will take place at the Helen K. Persson Recital Hall at Palm Beach Atlantic University (326 Acacia Road, West Palm Beach). $25. 1-800-330-6874 or — Phillip Valys


Sarahi Takes Hollywood: The South Florida-based Sarahi House of Fashion will stage a fashion fundraiser — with proceeds benefiting Oklahoma charities and the Hope for the Lost Foundation — in the Fifty Ultra Lounge in the Viceroy Miami hotel, 485 Brickell Ave. A VIP reception will start at 7:30, and doors will open at 8:30 p.m. The runway show is scheduled to start at 9 p.m. VIP tickets cost $60 and general admission is $30. — Rod Stafford Hagwood

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