Our monthly Guide! Things To Do in Miami in January.

Hello, 2023!
It’s the first month of the year and, with it, comes glorious weather and a whole slew of January events in Miami. We hope you took some time to rest after Christmas chaos and Art Basel madness because this year is looking like another doozy, packed with even more parties and performances than we can realistically handle.

Also in Miami this month...

  • Jan 12-14: Beaux Arts Festival: This 72nd annual arts festival (Miami’s longest-running juried art festival) in support of South Florida’s first art museum, the Lowe, returns to the University of Miami’s campus. The event, encouraging an appreciation of the arts across Miami, features over 150 outdoor fine-art exhibits, local vendors, a beer garden, live music and lots of food.
  • Jan 13-19: Laser Evenings at the Frost Planetarium: Kick back in Frost Science’s massive Planetarium for its monthly retro classic laser shows, featuring a new set of artists each week.
  • Jan 28: Pegasus World Cup: The million-dollar horse race ($3 million, to be exact) returns to Gulfstream Park this January. Not into horses? Come for the atmosphere, which borders on South Beach nightclub thanks to a day party and live musical performances. 
  • Until Feb 15: Urbanspace Lincoln Road Holiday Market: Urbanspace, producers of NYC’s largest holiday markets, is expanding nationally and landing right here in Miami with the Urbanspace Lincoln Road Holiday Market. Its first endeavor outside of the city will run from November 15 through February 15 (opening daily from 10am to 9pm), bringing more than 100 local and out-of-state vendors to the busy pedestrian strip in South Beach.

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