The weekend has arrived, and Miami it means fun. The days of March 17-19 offer something for all tastes and ages. If you want to take full advantage of Friday to Sunday, this calendar gives you the most important events. Whether you’re looking for something cool or want to smash the dance floor at a party, the on Florida it offers you everything, from the start of one of the most important tennis tournaments in the world, to a hip-hop concert in a swimming pool, to a famous flamenco festival.
One of the most important events in tennis, the Miami Open, this is the second tournament Tower Masters 1000 of the year and brings together some of the best practitioners in the world to compete for weeks.
This Sunday is the women’s singles qualifying tournament. A total of 48 competitors will participate to obtain the pass to the official tournament.
The qualifying rounds will last until Tuesday 21st and on that same day the tournament will officially begin with the start of the first round of women’s singles.
Or: Hard Rock Stadium347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens, FL 33056 – (305) 943-6736
When: March 19, from 11 a.m.
How much: $15
The county fair is a big party with countless activities for the whole family. Here you can enjoy food, live events, games, agricultural fairs, circus, petting zoo, livestock shows, BMX Pro Stunt Shows and award-winning artists grammy awards. This giant amusement park has no shortage of attractions for children. All live shows and concerts are included in the ticket, but tickets to access the sets are not.
Or: 10901 SW 24th St, Miami, FL 33165 – (305) 223-7060
When: from March 16 to April 9
How much: $16 to $32
Miami Beach Live! offers something to do on the beach every weekend in March and includes all-day programming. The event is perfect for those who like to enjoy the sun while having fun, whether as a spectator or a participant.
Here are the activities that stand out for this weekend, the third in the series:
AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour
AVP is the largest and oldest beach volleyball league in the UNITED STATES. You will be able to enjoy Olympic athletes and professional champions in what will be the start of the season. The competition will begin on Friday March 17 and conclude with the women’s and men’s finals on Sunday March 19.
Or: Ocean Drive between 6th Street and 8th Street
When: from March 17 to 19, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
How much: free
art in car
The third week of the series will feature art in cara three-day festival featuring arts, crafts, great food, fun activities for kids, and three concert stages featuring jazz, funk, country, and more.
Or: enchanted parkbetween 7th Street and 13th Street
When: from March 17 to 19
How much: free
In weeks 3 and 4, the world’s largest inflatable obstacle course will make its U.S. debut on the sands of south beach. Have fun non-stop, from challenging timed obstacle courses to the ultimate bouncing experience for kids. The party continues into the night with a live DJ, specially curated bar and gourmet offerings.
Or: Enchanted Park, 11th Street
When: from March 17 to 26, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
How much: 18 USD for children and from 22 USD for adults
Other Miami Beach Live! during this weekend they include the volleyball tournament CRF Surf & Turf (March 17 and 18) and exercise classes with Fitness Crunchwhich take place every weekend in March several times a day.
Miami hosts one of the few annual flamenco festivals outside the city ofand New York with dancers directly from Spain. This year, the famous dancer and choreographer Sara Baras return to Arsht Center with his new show, Almaas the centerpiece of the Miami Flamenco FestivalI.
In Alma, Taras fuses flamenco and bolero, respecting the techniques of his discipline while fusing them with his own modern touch, brilliant footwork and captivating stage presence. The show features lavish costumes and live music on stage.
Or: Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 – (305) 949-6722
When: March 17 and 18 at 8 p.m.; March 19 at 2 p.m.
How much: from $35
The popular hip-hop artist DJ Khalid will be in Miami on Saturday the 18th as part of the series 2023 Spring Break Hip-Hop Tour. The event will take place in the disco Miami History.
Or: History Miami, 136 Collins Avenue, miami beachFL 33139 – (305) 479-4426
When: March 18 from 11 p.m.
How much: from $40
Hyde Beach and SLS South Beach it’s basically a nightclub with bottle service and champagne showers, especially during spring break. This Sunday, you can dance in the swimming pool to the music of the artist of fat joe hip hopone of the most representative figures of the genre.
Or: Hyde Beach at the SLS Hotel, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 – (305) 674-1701
When: March 19 from 9 p.m.
How much: $40