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Miami events you can't miss this month: May Edition
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Here's our guide to the best events happening this May.

For the third consecutive year, Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens will host a Formula 1 Grand Prix race: the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix. The world’s finest drivers will start their engines and race on a 19-turn track that speeds them past a beach, a marina, palm trees, 11 grandstands and numerous fan zones.

Miami Book Fair and Sosyete Koukouy are proud to present the 2024 Little Haiti Book Festival! Join us in celebrating the rich culture and literary talent of Haiti and the Haitian diaspora.

Peter Pan flies into Miami this May!Peter Pan, All-new production of the Tony Award-winning Broadway classic, arrives to the Arsht Center - May 7-12, 2024

Fruit & Spice Park in Homestead will be abloom during the Redland International Orchid Festival. It’s one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious orchid shows in the U.S.; nearly 90 of the world’s leading growers will showcase and sell a wide variety of orchid species and hybrids.

Score tickets to Puerto Rican reggaetón and Latin trap sensation Bad Bunny’s Most Wanted Tour at the Kaseya Center in Downtown Miami. Vibe to the fusion of Caribbean and urban sounds as he performs hits like “Me Porto Benito” and “Tití Me Pregunto” on three consecutive nights.

The Hyundai Air & Sea Show will return to Miami Beach for its eighth annual “Greatest Show Above the Earth” extravaganza on Memorial Day weekend. All six branches of the U.S. military, police, firefighter and first responder agencies will unite for jaw-dropping displays of choreographed “Top Gun”-style flyovers, special op demonstrations and interactive displays of military technology. Saturday's Music Explosion concert and fireworks show will light up Lummus Park, paying homage to our nation's heroes.

Now in its 25th season, the Miami International Piano Festival will present two Memorial Day weekend performances at The Wolfsonian-FIU in South Beach. From Israel, virtuoso pianist Alexandra Segal will perform a unique recital on May 25, followed by Brazilian pianist Cristian Budu on May 26.