Fans of live music have nothing to complain about when it comes to finding great venues in the Magic City. Miami has become a powerful force in the live music scene, with a myriad of bars, lounges and night clubs offering everything from acoustic folk to EDM to underground hip-hop and jazz. 10Best knows that attending a concert or show is often best at small, intimate venues. Places like South Beach's Jazid and Midtown's Bardot resonate with music lovers due to their ability to draw in unique talent while offering a cozy but still in-your-face experience. For those who favor a little Latin flavor, it's hard to top the world-famous Mango's Tropical Cafe on Ocean Drive and Hoy Como Ayer, whose salsa and funk nights draw in crowds to their Calle Ocho location. Grand Central's calendar reads like a who's who of the best in indie rock, indie pop and electronica, as well as the occasional metal, hardcore and hip hop acts. But if spoken word, rap and hip hop beats are what draw you in, few places compare to The Stage. And how about those who can't get enough blues, jazz and folk? The still relatively new Railroad Blues is just the place for them.