Events make holidays more interesting and varied. We collected information about some interesting events in Miami and Miami Beach. We wish you a pleasant vacation.
Miami Broward Carnival
Dates: October 08 - 11, 2020.
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, for the first time in history, the carnival will be held virtually from Thursday, October 8-Sunday, October 11, 2020.
Miami Broward One Carnival is one of the most colorful events in the city. The Caribbean-American community holds a colorful carnival in Miami every year. The festival is held, as a rule, in early October. The most interesting carnival events are held in the Columbus Day. The culmination of the carnival is the carnival parade and festival, which are held on Sunday.
Miami International Auto Show
Dates: February 19-28, 2021.
Automobile exhibition in Miami was held every fall since 1971. It will be moving to February beginning in 2021. This is one of the biggest events for car lovers in the USA. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to see the latest achievements of the automobile industry. Here you can see the latest models of cars, trucks and SUVs from more than 40 of the world's leading automakers.
Learn more about the event.
Art Deco Weekend
Dates: (estimated date) January 15 - 17, 2021.
Art Deco Historic District is the heart of Miami Beach (along with the South Beach). Tourists enjoy not only with the sea, the beach and good weather while in Miami Beach. Pay attention to the unique architecture and beauty of old houses.
Art Deco Weekend is an annual festival, with vintage fine arts, musical entertainment, antiques, food, live performances and more.
Come to Ocean Drive and spend time with pleasure.
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Miami Marathon and Half Marathon
Date: January 31, 2021.
Fitbit Miami Marathon & Half Marathon is held in Miami annually. This is a popular event that attracts sports fans and active lifestyles from many countries. Not only runners, but pedestrians and wheelchair athletes come to Miami these days. Choose the distance that you can. Enjoy the beautiful views of Miami and Miami Beach. The start and finish of the race are near
the American Airlines arena (601 Biscayne boulevard, Miami, FL 33132).
Coconut Grove Arts Festival
Dates: 2021, February 13, 14, 14.
Coconut Grove Arts Festival is an opportunity to see many works of contemporary artists in one place. This event is not for professionals in the field of fine arts, but for the general public, for you.
Just stroll through the streets, look at the stands of artists, make your own, personal opinion of what you are presented as works of art. Sometimes it is possible to see how art is created.
Good music and varied, tasty food will also be available to you.
Festival is held just south of downtown Miami, along the streets of McFarlane Road, South Bayshore Drive and Pan American Drive.
Address: 2700 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL 33133.
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The South Beach Wine & Food Festival
Date: February 19 - 23, 2020.
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF) will be liked by those who like good food, knows how to enjoy the taste, or wants to learn it. A lot of pleasant activities will be organized: demonstrations, tastings, parties, seminars.
It is held in various locations throughout the South beach.
Calle Ocho Festival
Date: March 15, 2020.
Calle Ocho Music Festival was postponed to a later date.
Calle Ocho Festival is the largest street festival in Miami and the largest Hispanic festival in USA. It is annual event for music, dance and fun lovers. This one-day fiesta culminates the Miami Carnival. You will meet at the festival: 20 blocks filled with 12 musical stages, international food folkloric dances and a good mood. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Carnaval is powered by Kiwanis Club of Little Havana Miami and Latin community. This is a free event, but you can buy a VIP ticket to get better access.
The festival take place along 8th Street, between 12th and SW 27th Avenues. ( The Southwest Eighth Street is also known as “Calle Ocho”. It is in Miami-Dade County in the Little Havana section of Miami.)