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Our monthly Guide! Things To Do in Miami in June!
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Here's our guide to the best events happening this June.

Fashionistas and beach lovers, head to the 20th anniversary edition of PARAISO Miami Swim Week in South Beach. Global swimwear leader PARAISO Miami Beach will host a multiday event highlighting top designers, supermodels, wellness activities and surprise musical performances

Become an ocean champion and learn about critical conservation efforts in honor of World Ocean Day at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Downtown Miami.

Join the Adrienne Arsht Center for a vibrant celebration of Black freedom, music and culture. The Adrienne Arsht Center's Heritage Committee presents the third annual Juneteenth Juke Joint on Thursday, June 13. This celebratory event honors Juneteenth, the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States.

Superstar singer Justin Timberlake will bring his “The Forget Tomorrow World Tour” to Kaseya Center in Downtown Miami to support his new solo album, “Everything I Thought I Was.” 

Treat Dad to an afternoon of fishing with the Father’s Day Bay Cruise at the historic Deering Estate in Palmetto Bay. Enjoy the beauty of Biscayne Bay during this three-hour catch-and-release fishing trip aboard the Pelican Island Skipper, a 45-foot catamaran. Explore the many ways to celebrate Father's Day in Miami.

CONMEBOL Copa America, the world's oldest international soccer tournament, is coming to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens for two group matches and the championship game. On June 23, 15-time Copa America champion Uruguay will take on Panama in a Group C match. On June 29, Argentina will play Peru in a Group A match.

Go on an interactive adventure at The Messi Experience: A Dream Come True, where cutting-edge technology transforms nine themed installations into different chapters of soccer superstar Lionel Messi's life and career. This multimedia exhibit at The Hangar at Regatta Harbour in Coconut Grove features 360-degree projection mapping, 3D visuals and the chance to capture the perfect selfie with a virtual Messi.