After Sunday night, downtown clubs and beaches should be clear of techno lovers: Ultra Music Festival and Miami Music Week will be over. For a last-minute immersion into the club scene, catch Snoop Dogg — or Snoop Lion, depending on whom you ask — at Bamboo Miami Beach. ($46 for women, $68.10 for men at BambooMiamiBeach.WanTickets.com)
To continue avoiding the whole to-do, head to Hard Rock Live Sunday for the classic-rock act Yes, performing "The Yes Album," "Close to the Edge" and "Going for the One." ($53-$83.50, Ticketmaster.com)
On Tuesday and Wednesday, PBS will record two concerts by the young tenors of Il Volo, who will go on each night at 7:30 at the Fillmore Miami Beach. ($62.50-$96, LiveNation.com)
While there are no tickets available on Ticketmaster.com, trust the monarchs of resale to secure your entry to the Maroon 5 concert at the BB&T Center Friday. When they were available, Ticketmaster.com sold seats for $41.75 to $93.75.
The site is still stocked for Eric Clapton's two South Florida dates: 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Hard Rock Live. Rolling Stone recently reported the guitarist's 50th anniversary tour features numbers from the Cream and Derek and the Dominos days, but also a tribute to Robert Johnson, whose music inspired Clapton to take up the blues. ($115.50-$315.50, Ticketmaster.com)Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times