This 2015 Miami is full of life and activities to do, in the first blog of the year we would like to celebrate our city by mentioning a few of this things to do per month. So Check it out!
This January, let PortMiami—the “Cruise Capital of the World,” be the gateway to your next great adventure. Take advantage of exciting program features and enticing special offers all month long.
Movie enthusiasts eagerly awaiting the Miami International Film Festival this March can get an impressive dose of cinematic excitement when the Miami Jewish Film Festival kicks off this month. The fest begins this Thursday and continues for two weeks at eight venues across South Florida, from Miami Beach Cinematheque, Regal Cinemas South Beach, and Temple Beth Sholom to the Aventura Arts &
Experience the 2012 Bordeaux vintage in a walk-around wine tasting format. Guests will have the opportunity to taste over 100 top Bordeaux wines from over 60 producers, poured by Chateau Owners, winemakers, and other experts. Hors d'oeuvres will be served. Sponsored by Total Wine & Food.
Join this beautiful outdoor venue and enjoy live entertainment from local musical talent. Take advantage of our South Florida weather and get out of the house for the evening. Food is available for sale at the event. Free admission and parking. 7:30-9 p.m.
Visit Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and enjoy everything chocolate!
Sunday January, 25th join 25,000 fellow runners for mile after mile of tropical views and sounds! Enjoy the fabulous Miami hot spots along our beautiful course that have been featured on hit TV shows and movies. Friends, family and thousands of screaming fans will line up along the 26.2 miles of roadways filled with inspiring sights and sounds. Plus, join our Half Marathon or Tropical 5K and see why so many choose to RUN MIAMI!
Browse for antiques including jewelry, china, vintage clothing, furniture, and more.
More than 1,000 dealers provide shopping opportunities for antique lovers.
One of the largest new boat shows in the world showcasing more than 2,000 exhibitors. See the latest powerboats, sailboats, engines, electronics and accessories.
Among the best of Miami’s annual arts and cultural events, this art fest showcases the works of over 300 artists.
This world-renowned culinary festival brings celebrity chefs to Miami to headline tons of tasty events.
Over 100 films are screened at this annual festival, hosted by Miami Dade College.
Visit lovely Key Biscayne for a juried show featuring works by 200 artists.
The world's premiere electronic music festival takes place for 3 days in Downtown Miami.
The best tennis pros in the world converge on Key Biscayne for this annual tournament.
Starts the Major League Baseball Season
Join the Marlins at the Marlin’s Stadium and enjoy a great game!
Starting with the Perez Museum, a modern and contemporary art museum dedicated to collecting and exhibiting international art of the 20th and 21st centuries. The Bass Museum founded in 1963 through the donation of a private collection of Renaissance and Baroque works of art to the City of Miami Beach by John and Johanna Bass. The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens which features the antique Main House with 34 decorated rooms showcasing over 2,500 art objects and furnishings; ten acres of European-inspired formal gardens; a significant orchid collection; and 25 acres of endangered primary growth forests. - See more at:
Independent first-run foreign feature films, representing many countries, make their premieres on U.S. soil.
A monthly indoor/outdoor market featuring antiques, collectibles, furniture, jewelry, paintings, art and more.
Save at least 20% off special lunch and dinner menus at participating Coral Gables restaurants.
During the months of July and August, enjoy incredible savings on special treatments at Miami’s premier spas.
There are many wonderful parades and fireworks displays taking place on July 4th in Miami to celebrate the birth of our nation. Many of these events are listed here, from the biggest and brightest to the quiet and old-fashioned.
Miami Spice can't be missed, menus have two things in common: value and creativity. They offer interesting ingredients in combinations that make you eager to learn more and share them with friends. It is a steal!. The Miami Spice is also an opportunity to go on and take a walk through Miami and rediscover what the city has to offer in architecture.
Showcases more than 40 acclaimed Brazilian films and presents international guests including directors, producers, actors and film distributors.
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Featuring performances by world-renowned dance companies from Europe, and North, Central and South America.
Guests will have the opportunity to taste more than 1,500 different wines from 20 countries.
Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer, but it's still a time to celebrate! Get out and have some fun! In this article, we look at five great ways you can spend Labor Day weekend in Miami
Enjoy German food, beer, music and entertainment at this annual fall festival.
Celebrating jazz music amidst the backdrop of the Atlantic ocean.
A huge literary event bringing top-selling authors, booksellers, and book-lovers together in Downtown Miami.
Dedicated to promoting the short film genre, the festival showcases films from one to thirty minutes long.
Anchored by Art Basel, Miami is host to a wide variety of internationally recognized art shows each December. Get the full list here.
Santa’s Enchanted Forest is the world’s largest Christmas theme park with over 100 rides, shows, games and attractions. Hundreds of thousands of visitors come every year to experience the magic of South Florida’s tallest Christmas tree, millions of dazzling lights, hundreds of themed displays, festive Christmas music, and delicious foods from around the world, live show entertainment and carnival rides suited for the entire family. Take a virtual tour or watch the “Miracle on 40th Street” and get ready to feel the excitement.