Score celebrates 14 years, Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida holds auditions, and Tango at Broward Center.

Fourteen may not be one of the milestone anniversaries, but the folks at Lincoln Road hotspot Score don’t care. They’re pulling out all the stops for the club’s 14th anniversary celebration on Saturday, Aug. 18 and the party is going to be so big, it will spill out onto the streets. That’s right, the action can be found outside behind the club on Lincoln Lane beginning at 5 p.m. and continuing until midnight. Think of it as a mega block party. DJs Tracy Young and Abel will be in the booth and South Beach’s original diva socialite Elaine Lancaster will be the hostess for the evening. And, as always, there will be plenty of hot go-go boys and lots of surprises, too. Score is located at 727 Lincoln Rd. in Miami Beach. For more info, go to

Chorus Holds Auditions

The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida will be holding auditions for new singers on Tuesday, Aug. 21 at 6 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 25 at 9 a.m. Auditions will be held at the Sunshine Cathedral, 1480 SW 9th Ave. in Fort Lauderdale. In just two seasons, the chorus has grown from 46 to more than 140 singers under the direction of Artistic Director Gordon and has performed to sold out crowds at all six of its major concerts. The next performance will be the annual holiday concerts, scheduled for Dec. 13-15. For more information about the audition process and expectations of membership, prospective singers can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the chorus website at

Tango Takes Center Stage at Broward Center

The sensuous pleasures of the tango ignite the Amaturo Theater stage at the Broward Center on Friday, Aug. 17 at 9 p.m. “Tango Lovers (Enamorados del Tango): Tango, Passion and Sensuality” will feature the famous Latin rhythms of Astor Piazzola, Gerardo Matos Rodriguez and Angel Villoldo performed by Grammy-winning musicians and danced by Uruguayan star Mora Godoy from Rio de la Plata and a troupe of world champions. The sultry dance has spread from its South American birthplace and been adopted around the globe, earning it a place on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List. Tickets are $45, $55 and $65 at or by phone at 954-462-0222.