From the nautical wonders of the Miami International Boat Show to the delectable delights of the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, this month is a celebration of luxury, flavor, and cultural richness. But amidst the glitz and glamour, don't forget the whispers of romance! Valentine's Day paints the city with a touch of crimson, offering the perfect excuse for a couples' escape.
The 2024 Caribbean Series gets underway today at Miami's LoanDepot Park. This year, seven countries will compete: Venezuela (Tiburones de La Guaira), Dominican Republic (Tigres del Licey), Puerto Rico (Criollos de Caguas), Mexico (Naranjeros de Hermosillo), Panama (Federales de Chiriqui), Curacao (Curaçao Suns) and Nicaragua (Gigantes de Rivas).
Ballet for Young People is presented by Miami City Ballet and Adrienne Arsht Center. At a performance designed especially for families, Miami City Ballet School pre-professional students present choreography to delight young fans in the classical ballet tradition.
The Progressive Miami International Boat Show returns to Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin on the Rickenbacker Causeway in Key Biscayne. As one of the largest and most influential boat shows worldwide, it draws over 100,000 attendees annually to experience the latest in boating from over 1,000 vendors
If you’re looking to spark romance this Valentine’s Day, choose from candlelight concerts under the stars, a breezy bay cruise and indulgent dinners. Whether you’re coupled up, looking for love or want to simply celebrate beloved friends, you always will find in Miami best ways to spend Valentine’s Day.
Coconut Grove comes alive with music, food and art for the three-day Coconut Grove Arts Festival. This family-friendly outdoor event is a great way to spend Presidents’ Day Weekend. Peep work from over 360 artists while you stuff your face with local bites.
South Beach Wine and Food Festival is one of Miami’s most-anticipated annual events and a favorite amongst the highly-regarded chefs in attendance. Cebrity chefs and culinary personalities—from Rachel Ray to Geoffrey Zakarian and Guy Fieri, take to the sands of South Beach for Miami’s biggest and most famous annual food festival, all proceeds of which benefit Florida International University’s Hospitality & Tourism Management school.
From marquee NBA matchups to music’s hottest performers, downtown Miami’s premier venue, Kaseya Center (formerly American Airlines Arena), is the place to be for a night of entertainment. No matter the occasion. Get Kaseya Center tickets, so you can experience it live. You have quite a few to choose from this month with Travis Scott and more.