The Cult at Revolution Live

British rockers the Cult will perform Tuesday night at Revolution Live. (Michael Lavine/Courtesy / August 13, 2013)

The Cult: When the savage British rockers descend on Revolution Live on Tuesday night, they'll be leaning on the classic album that made them mainstream: "Electric." The 1987 album signaled the moment frontman Ian Astbury and his brood decided to get the Led out, trading their post-punk gloominess for the grittier thunder of hard rock. The band, who re-released "Electric" in July as a collector's set, will perform the album in its entirety at 7 p.m., along with tracks off their 2012 album "Choice of Weapon." $27. 954-449-1025 or JointheRevolution.net. - Phillip Valys

Comedy

Casa de Ha-Ha Comedy Pets-tacular: The comics at Sweat Records (5505 NE Second Ave., Miami) will ignore the old showbiz rubric that your act should never follow kids or animals onstage as they bring animals with them for their performances. Hosted by Sweat's in-house wit, Daniel Reskin, the show will gather Franky Arriola, Jessica Gross, Mary Smith, C.J. Staples, David Jura, Willy Q, Sean Beagan and Lisa Corrao onstage with their respective pets beginning at 8 p.m. Admission: Free. Info: 786-693-9309, SweatRecordsMiami.com. — Ben Crandell

Family


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Turtle Walks: The Museum of Discovery and Science (401 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale) hosts one of its eye-opening, family-friendly outings that offer education about the precarious existence of our coastal neighbors highlighted by the opportunity to watch a massive Loggerhead sea turtle come ashore to lay her eggs. Walks are at 9 p.m. Cost: $20. Info and reservations: 954-467-6637, MODS.org. — Ben Crandell