Like every concert during Miami Art Week, the following shows are all Art Basel-themed.
"Kansas City Choir Boy," various times from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11 at Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. $85; 305-949-6722 or ArshtCenter.org.
Hard-edged rocker Courtney Love cuts a soft-edged presence in this hourlong musical, a music-theater duet with Todd Almond, who wrote the music and lyrics. Various media outlets have described the show as a murder mystery set to indie-rock, a string quartet and a chorus of dancers.
Resident Advisor at Art Basel, 10 p.m. Nov. 30 - 6 a.m. Dec. 1 at the Factory at Magic City Studios, 6300 NE Fourth Ave., Miami. $15-$60; ResidentAdvisor.net.
The British online electronic music magazine Resident Advisor will throw a warehouse party led by Floating Points, the moniker of English DJ and neuroscientist Sam Shepherd, along with DJ sets by Chicago veteran Black Madonna and L.A. disco-funk artist Dam-Funk.
Patrick and the Swayzees (2-6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1; $33.33), Afrobeta (7-11 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1; $7.77) and Millionyoung (8-11 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2; $11.11) at Superfine! the Fairest Fair, 56 NE 29th St., Miami. Superfine.World.
The loose, freewheeling fair Superfine!, which debuted in 2015 in Little Haiti, moves to Wynwood with sets by Key West surf-rockers Patrick and the Swayzees, the always-funky Miami electronica duo Afrobeta and Coral Springs chillwave wizard Millionyoung.
Not content with delivering the likes of Method Man, Redman and DJ Flying Lotus to its festival in October, III Points will trot out its Art Basel series with Grammy-nominated singer James Blake, promoting his new album, "The Colour in Everything." Blake will also appear as one member of 1-800 Dinosaur, the grime act he formed in 2013 with members of the British music scene. On the concert series bill for Friday, Dec. 2: Norwegian DJ Todd Terje and British electronic producer Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.