February was off to a crazy start what with all the Super Bowl madness around South Florida. While we might all be in need of some serious R&R, the month isn’t showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon. In fact, the shortest month of the year makes up for its number of days by taking it up a hard notch. Celebrate Black History Month, Catch beloved films in breathtaking parks, experience the world’s best performers in our backyard. Take a closer look:
Tour Tropical Audubon’s Historic Doc Thomas House – Visit the historic Doc Thomas House for a captivating, 45-minute guided tour led by a Tropical Audubon Society docent. Learn about the Birds’ benefactor Arden Hayes “Doc” Thomas and Robert Fitch Smith, the architect Thomas commissioned to design the house. Tour the distinctive, wood-and-limestone structure with its many ornamental and built-in features. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, named a Florida Heritage Site and designated a Dade County landmark, the charming 1932 cottage is an architectural gem.
Where: Tropical Audubon Society. Time: 1PM. Tickets: Free.
The Last Bite: A South Florida Food Feast – We’re bringing together some of Miami’s most beloved eateries for a one-day food festival covering all of our city’s cultures and cuisines on Saturday, February 1st powered by Veza Sur. Dig into dishes by over 30 local favorites like wood-fire pizza and Indian street food, to Cuban BBQ and nitrogen ice cream, along the water at Regatta Park in Coconut Grove. Explore the crafts and creations of 15+ artisans and local pop-up shops, jam out to live tunes, and bring the family to partake in an array of fun activities.
Where: Regatta Park. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free w/ RSVP.
Foreverglades – Floating Art Installation – A unique public art installation from award-winning artist Sofia Valiente will open in Downtown West Palm Beach just west of the Palm Beach County Convention Center over Thanksgiving weekend. Dubbed Foreverglades, this remarkable photography exhibit focused on life in The Glades will be housed in a replica of a 1920’s steamboat docked in the Stub Canal Turning Basin in Howard Park, immersing visitors in the history of long-ago Florida. The exhibition is free and open to the public and runs from November 30 until the end of February 2020.
Where: Howard Park, Fort Lauderdale. Time: 9AM. Tickets: RSVP here.
Sunday Stories: “I am Enough” – Join us for Sunday Stories, the early childhood reading and art program for ages 1-5 held the first Sunday of every month.
Where: MOCA. Time: 11:30AM. Tickets: RSVP here.
Les Misérables – France has won the World Cup. Summer has arrived. It should be a good day. Ladj Ly’s explosive Cannes Jury Prize – winning debut feature begins here in Montfermeil, the same banlieue of Paris where part of Victor Hugo’s chef d’oeuvre on the downtrodden of Paris took place. A century and a half later, Ly picks up on the thematic threads of the great writer in a modern take on revolution against a broken system. During a time of rising nationalism and right-wing politics in France, Ly’s film further reverberates with an urgency, as this isn’t merely a portrait of a community: it is a study of a nation on the brink. Les Misérables is a nominee for Best International Feature Film at this year’s Academy Awards.
Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema. Time: 6:15PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Coral Gables Art Cinema
Mixtape Monday – Kick off the spring semester with a very special Mixtape featuring Saif Ishoof! You may know Saif as the Vice President of FIU’s Office of Engagement, but did you know that his true passion lies in understanding what makes our Magic City tick? While he enjoys cafecitos and Pitbull, he truly values building connections, nurturing collaborations, and changing lives for the future of our community. Mixtape Mondays present ideas from FIU faculty across disciplines, using the museum’s collection as a focal point to talk about their research interests. Join us for an informal conversation over snacks and refreshments.
Where: Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum. Time: 5:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Let’s Sang 2.0 – WE’RE BACK! and we’re happening on Mondays! 9PM-12AM with Oly and friends! 2/3 co-hosted by Chris Funk!
Where: Gramps. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Free.
Connect 2020: Career Fair and Showcase – The Arsht Center, along with the organizations listed below, is hosting a career fair on Tuesday, February 4. More than 50 full-time and part-time positions and internships, that range from Managers to Overnight Floor Technicians to Food Runners and Bussers, will be available. This is an amazing opportunity for those looking for employment to connect directly with hiring managers from a variety of organizations. Applicants are highly encourage to bring multiple copies of their resume.
Where: The Arsht Center. Time: 11AM. Tickets: Free.
Flesh Memory: Sounds & Rhythms of West Africa – PARKMAN CREATIVE and OLYMPIA THEATER have teamed up for a special celebration of Black History Month…FLESH MEMORY: A musical journey through the Black Experience. This first of three FREE Tuesday evening events explores the Sounds and Rhythms of West Africa featuring All Women Percussionist group FEMINA AFRIKA and performances by poets CL Brown, Tharah Sings, and Shameka the Queen of Poetry.
Where: Olympia Theatre. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Free.
Craft Beer & Gourmet Cheese Pairing – Join us for our first craft beer & cheese pairing here at the brewery! Come and go at your own pace anytime during this event. You do not have to be here at 6:30pm or stay until 9:00pm to enjoy all the selections. Craft Beer and Cheese have always gone perfectly together, and we would like to invite you to our very first beer and cheese pairing at the brewery!
Where: Dangerous Minds Brewing. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Free.
Bachatuesdays at Ball and Chain featuring DJ Charun – WORLD FAMOUS Ball & Chain and Miami Bachata Scene present BACHATUESDAYS. Ball & Chain is in the heart of Calle 8 in Little Havana. This amazing venue stands out for their live music, delicious drinks and outstanding ambiance. We are bringing to you an amazing Tuesday Experience featuring FREE Bachata lessons and DJ Jorge Charun.
Where: Ball & Chain. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Free.
Whitney – Miami – Whitney plays The Ground in Miami on Feb. 5th. Tickets on sale 11/22 at 10am!
Where: The Ground. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Dorrance Dance – ETM: Double Down – Michelle Dorrance is one of the most sought-after tap dancers of her generation and “one of the most imaginative tap choreographers working today” (The New Yorker). Under her direction, Dorrance Dance upholds the traditions of tap dance, a uniquely American art form, while propelling them forward rhythmically, technically, and conceptually. You’ve seen her perform with Stephen Colbert on television, now MacArthur “Genius” award recipient Michelle Dorrance and Bessie award-winner Nicholas Van Young bring tap into the age of electronic music in their internationally acclaimed collaboration, ETM: Double Down.
Where: Arsht Center. Time: 7:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.
New York City Center
Acura x Genius – Acura x Genius: Precision Crafted Performances comes to Miami on Wednesday, February 5th at 8pm at Gramps in Wynwood. Join us for an exciting event featuring exclusive performances from Eladio Carrión and Mariah, plus a set by DJ Bodega Flee. The event will feature complimentary refreshments, unique photo opportunities, and Acura vehicles on display, including the RDX and the NSX Supercar.
Where: Gramps. Time: 8PM. Tickets: RSVP here.
Love Burn 2020 – The Love Burn is an annual Official Regional Burning Man beachfront camping event developed by Burners for Burners in South Florida, the United States, the World and beyond. Event will be held February 6-9, 2020.
Where: The Love Burn. Time: Feb 6th – 10th. Tickets: Get em here.
The Salty Donut x UM: Weekly Pop-Up! – We‘re making it easier for you to be on the lookout for all our future pop-ups! Our Salty Camper will be poppin’ up every Thursday at The Rock from 11am-3pm (or sold out)! So come hungry and we’ll see ya then!
Where: 11AM – 3PM. Time: 11AM. Tickets: Free.
NightLight305 presents: The Breakfast Club – NightLight 305 is Miami’s 21+ Outdoor Movie Series featuring Local Food Trucks, Craft Beer, Wine & Cocktails – all under the beautiful downtown Miami cityscape. “THE BREAKFAST CLUB” Thursday, February 6, 2020.
Where: Maurice A Ferre. Time: 6PM. Tickets: Get em here.
PAMM Free Community Night: Coral City Camera – Join Bas Fisher Invitational, Bridge Initiative, and Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) for the premiere of Coral Morphologic’s Coral City Camera, a publicly accessible 360-degree livestream of a thriving, urban coral reef community, visible from a billboard floating in Biscayne Bay. In conjunction with the floating livestream, National Geographic Explorer, filmmaker, and Ph.D. student Alizé Carrère will moderate a panel discussion featuring NOAA scientist Dr. Ian Enochs and the Coral Morphologic artist/scientist duo Colin Foord and J.D. McKay. The evening will continue on the terrace with a celebration, a live set by DJ Romulo Del Castillo, and drink specials all within sight of the Ballyhoo boat, a floating billboard, that will anchor at PAMM’s beach, bringing the public a rare glimpse of what lies beneath the surface.
Where: PAMM. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Free.
MBJCC 4th Annual Comedy Night Featuring Michelle Collins – Michelle Collins is a comedian and host of The Michelle Collins Show every weekday morning on SiriusXM Stars. She also helms 90 Day Live, the hit live aftershow for TLC’s addictive 90 Day Fiance franchise. Her monthly live comedy show Strong Monster can be next seen at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater this February along with guest star Andrew Rannells. Michelle was the 15th host on the 19th season of The View, as well as hosting Date Night Live and Little Talk Live, both for Lifetime, Search History for People, Eurovision 2016 for Logo, All My Gay Friends Are Getting Married for ABC, and her podcast Edit That Out. She’s also a contributing writer to Vanity Fair, Elle, and the former managing editor of VH1’s Best Week Ever.
Where: The Fillmore. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Miami Motel Stories North Beach – Miami Motel Stories North Beach presented by Perrier is here! Juggerknot Theatre Company in partnership with Ocean Terrace Holdings presents: Miami Motel Stories North Beach. The critically acclaimed real-time immersive theatre experience telling the history of Miami neighborhoods in motels and hotels. Written by: Juan C. Sanchez, Directed by: Ana Margineanu and Tai Thompson.
Where: Broadmoor Miami Beach. Time: 7:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Wigwood 2020 – Wigwood is South Florida’s biggest queer performance festival – Voted Best Festival of 2018 by the Miami New Times! An annual celebration featuring all types of queer performances, live acts, musicians, DJs, comedians, visual artists, and vendors. The fourth annual Wigwood will take place on February 7th-9th, 2020 in Miami and Miami Beach. It is not only a festival, but a QUEER CULTURAL REVOLUTION.
Where: Various Miami Locations. Time: Feb 7th – 9th. Tickets: Get em here.
First Fridays at ICA Miami ft. Tygapaw (NYC) – Celebrate two years of First Fridays at ICA Miami with a special performance by NYC-based producer TYGAPAW! Known for her underground parties throughout NYC, TYGAPAW is a Jamaican-born multidisciplinary producer and DJ whose signature blend of dancehall, ballroom, and experimental rhythms is garnering international attention.
Where: ICA Miami. Time: 6PM. Tickets: RSVP here.
Three Cuban stories outside of Cuba – The Kendall Art Center is excited to show three independent exhibitions of the work of Francisco Bernal, Ernesto Ferriol, and Miguel Ángel Salvó. Three Cuban artists who have remained under the radar and outside the Cuban dialogue, telling their stories and speaking of the human condition within their own distinct visual language. Curated by Camila Luna.
Where: Kendall Art Center. Time: 6PM. Tickets: Free.
Liberty Square’s Legacy – When it was built by the American government in the 1930s, #Miami’s Liberty Square complex was both an attempt to improve housing conditions for African Americans and part of a strategy to reinforce racial segregation. These conflicting aims have played out in a sometimes contentious history over the decades since—up to today, as Liberty Square undergoes private redevelopment. Join two Florida International University scholars, professor emeritus of psychology Marvin Dunn and John Stuart, associate dean of cultural and community engagement in FIU College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts, as they share the stories of the design of Florida’s first public housing project and the neighborhood that grew around it.
Where: The Wolfsonian-FIU. Time: 7PM – 9PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Big Sam’s Funky Nation – Special Guests Jennifer Hartswick & Nick Cassarino – Big Sam’s Funky Nation – When you think of New Orleans, the city’s foremost flambeaux-lit traditions of Mardi Gras, Bourbon Street, voodoo, Po’ boys, beads, gumbo, and second line undoubtedly come to mind. You can also count Big Sam’s Funky Nation amongst those NOLA treasures.
Where: The Funky Biscuit. Time: 9PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Coral Gables Art & Mega Festival – This is the BIG ONE. Are you exhibiting? Sponsoring? Visiting? Seven (7) festivals all at the same place and time with free admission. The magnificent seven: Fine Art, Kids, Fashion, Dog and Pet, Craft Beer, Home Show, and Food, Wine and Spirits. 35,000 visitors, 400 booths, music, entertainment, demos and more.
Where: Coral Gables. Time: Feb 8th & 9th. Tickets: RSVP here.
Stupid Cupid Party – Hate Valentines Day? Well, this is the party for you! On February 8th we are celebrating the singles, the non-relationship diehards, and the couples that just don’t want to buy in to the Valentines Day grind. Enjoy Cocktail Specials powered by Havana Club, Karaoke, and more!
Where: The Citadel. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Opera at the Bandshell – The evening features Operatic favorites, old & new, performed in Aria and Ensemble free for the Miami Beach community. This event is presented with support from the Miami Beach Cultural Affairs Council.
Where: North Beach Bandshell. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Barnacle Under The Moonlight Concert – Lochness Monster – Enjoy evenings of live entertainment by beautiful Biscayne Bay during The Barnacle under Moonlight Concert Series the second Saturday of every month, including the Miami-based band, Lochness Monster, Feb 8.
Where: Barnacle State Park. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Free.
FULL Moon Party at The Wharf Miami – We invite you to our FULL MOON party February 8th! Don’t miss out on a night featuring Fire Performers, Fortune Telling & More! Saturday, February 8th, join us under the light of the Snow Moon . As the night sets, starting at 8pm, enjoy live entertainment, fire performers, & live fortune telling along the Miami River.
Where: The Wharf. Time: 8PM. Tickets: RSVP here.
Miami Mujeres – In honor of the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment giving Women the right to vote, Orchestra Miami presents “Miami Mujeres”, a concert celebrating the History of Miami and the women who made it great!
Where: First Miami Presbyterian Church. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Get em here.
DJ Tennis, Rebolledo and Öona Dahl with Special Guest Danny Daze – An unparalleled journey brought to you by the masters of their craft. Link Miami Rebels Presents…DJ Tennis, Rebolledo, and Öona Dahl with Special Guest Danny Daze! Support by LMR Residents Danyelino and Thunderpony.
Where: Club Space. Time: 11PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Grease – Grease up your vocal cords and get ready to join the Grease Sing Along! Randal Keiser’s romantic high school musical Grease is about Danny (John Travolta), a greaser, and Sandy (Olivia Newton-John), a good-girl Brit, who had their “summer lovin.’” When Sandy unexpectedly stays in the U.S., reality hits the couple when they both attend Rydell High. Set in 1959, the film subtly deals with the transition of a more loose and fun-loving generation that is confusing, comical and lovable. Music by Michael Gibson gives this film a reason worth remembering, with artists like Frankie Vallie, Frankie Avalon, & Sha Na Na along with memorable lyrics, makes Grease the #1 highest grossing musical to date and the second-best selling album in 1978.
Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema. Time: 11:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Surfside Historical Walking Tour – Curious about the story behind some of Surfside’s most celebrated points of interest? The Town of Surfside is offering Historical Walking Tours in partnership with HistoryMiami for three dates in 2020, right in time to celebrate the Town’s 85th Anniversary.
Where: Surfside Community Center. Time: 11AM. Tickets: RSVP here.
Indie Craft Bazaar: Handmade Festival & Valentine’s Market! – Indie Craft Bazaar is a one day only, independent art and handmade festival. “It’s like stepping into an in real life Etsy!” Featuring over 75 artists, crafters, designers, and makers, plus: DIY acitivties, food, drink specials, and giveaways!
Where: Revolution Live. Time: 12PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Fountain Fest 2020! – Fountain Fest – A Day of Art & Music. FREE TO ALL! Family and pet-friendly. Join your neighbors for an all-day Fountain Fest! Let the creative juices flow all day, then dance the night away! 1PM Metroflea Miami’s Artisan Market Begins, 3PM Live Art, 5PM Live Music. Special Musical Guests: Tito Puente Jr. is BACK! Ellen Patterson, Jimmy Ya’akov-Yisrael Costello, MiMo Music and Maryel Epps with DJ LEO!
Where: Normandy Isle Fountain. Time: 1PM. Tickets: Free.
Shaker Sunday BBQ: Wigwood 2020 Edition – Come celebrate the 3RD annual Wigwood Closing BBQ and Pool Party at Broken Shaker at Freehand Miami! Come relax by the pool, drink some of our special punch, and enjoy one of Chef Jimmy Lebron’s infamous Double Cheese Burgers!
Where: The Broken Shaker. Time: 1PM. Tickets: Free.
Kiki’s Delivery Service – It is tradition for all young witches to leave their families on the night of a full moon and set out into the wide world to learn their craft. When that night comes for Kiki, she embarks on her life journey with her chatty black cat, Jiji, landing the next morning in a sea-side village, where a bakery owner hires her to make deliveries. The resourceful young witch uses her broom for the delivery service, only to lose her gift of flight in a moment of self-doubt. Rarely has Miyazaki’s art been so brilliantly rendered as in this delightfully imaginative film – a beautiful and timeless story of a young girl finding her way in the world. This film is appropriate for ages 5 and up.
Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema. Time: 11AM. Tickets: Get em here.
Timelost, Las Nubes, Donzii at 777 Mall – Timelost – Dreamy Grunge Rock from Philadelphia (Members of Set and Setting & Woe). Las Nubes – Donzii.
Where: 777 Mall. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Free.
Frequencies – ~~Different people, different frequencies. Let’s explore them all. ~~ Frequencies: An open format event showcasing DJs from all over the globe. DJs: EuroThrashYash, Kris Villar, Jonny Eso. Complimentary wine for 21+ guests.
Where: Technique Records. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free.
Castle Presents: Miami Re-Entry – Not ready to return to default world just quite yet? We figured as much so join us after Love Burn for a night of Miami music brought to you by your friends at Castle! We are asking for a suggested $5 donation but don’t feel obligated, we just want to see your beautiful, Love Burned faces! This event is curated by Kris Lee, Michael Trotter and Bianca TheCutter and the lineup will be an evolving process.
Where: The Night Owl Bar and Lounge. Time: 8PM. Tickets: Suggested Donation.
Rebecca (80th Anniversary) – The new wife (Joan Fontaine) of a wealthy widower (Laurence Olivier) finds herself trapped in the shadow of her predecessor in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca, his first Hollywood film and his only one to win the Oscar for Best Picture. The David O. Selznick production was an adaptation — co-authored by Joan Harrison — of a novel by Daphne du Maurier and our screening of its 4K restoration celebrates two occasions: the 80th anniversary of its world premiere at the Lincoln Theater in Miami Beach and the publication of Christina Lane’s book, Phantom Lady: Hollywood Producer Joan Harrison, the Forgotten Woman Behind Hitchcock.
Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema. Time: 7:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.
The Moth Miami StorySLAM: Love Hurts – Theme: LOVE HURTS. Prepare a five-minute tale about a love that made you go OUCH. The agony of deferred love! The misery of good love, gone bad! The anguish of one-way love! Bring stories of your heart, kicked to the curb by the people or places or things you love…or used to love. Love that “Hurts So Good” also welcome.
Where: Olympia Theatre. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Project: Run Miami [lululemon lincoln road] – lululemon Miami has come together to bring Project: Run Miami, focused on inclusivity, accessibility, and fun. Join us every second Tuesday of the month at our store for a 30 minute fun run, jog, power walk as we take the Venetian bridge for a sunset route. This Project: Run Miami will be extra special as we invite you to bring a special someone to our run and in both of you get a special surprise during our afterparty instore!
Where: lululemon Lincoln Road. Time: 7PM. Tickets: RSVP here.
VAMOS a La PLAYA on Klangbox.fm – #VALP is back on the global airwaves after a super duper long hiatus. Join Vamos a La Playa | Laura (of Miami) every WEDNESDAY from 5-7pm Miami time or 23:00 Euro time on http://klangbox.fm (mobile or desktop). ☯ Italo ☯ house classics ☯ breaks ☯ proto-techno ☯ acid vibes ☯ new beat ☯ drug chug ☯ rave wave ☯ kitsch trance ☯ guilty pleasures ☯ leftfield ditties ☯ and more ☯
Where: Klangbox.fm. Time: 5PM. Tickets: Free.
Live Rooftop Sessions ft. Electric Kif – GroundUp Pre-Party – Electric Kif with special guests Chris Bullock, Justin Stanton, & Zach Brock of Snarky Puppy. GroundUp Music Festival kicks off February 14th, but you can catch the vibe early at The Citadel! See hot local band Electric Kif Live on the Rooftop with special appearances by members of GroundUp founding band Snarky Puppy.
Where: The Citadel Rooftop. Time: 7PM. Tickets: RSVP here.
Speed Date at Time Out Market Miami – Do you need a break from dating apps? Are your digits—and your brain—totally fatigued from all the swiping and scrolling? We get it, and we want to help you meet someone IRL. Rather than an awkward set-up, we’re partnering with Date Nite Miami to give you the chance to pick out your potential love interest from a pool of eligible singles.
Where: Time Out Market Miami. Time: 6:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Dinner in Drag Valentine’s Eve – Feel the love this Valentine’s Eve at #TigertailandMary. 💕 Join Miami’s favorite reigning Queen, Karla Croqueta, and a few of her friends, for a night of Dinner, Drag, DJ’s, and Dancing in The Grove on Thursday, February 13! Eat your heart out ♥️ at hot stations and a raw bar by Chef Stephen Ullrich, welcome bubbles, and specialty cocktails all night long.
Where: Tigertail + Mary. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Tigertail + Mary
VeritageMiami 2020 Craft Beer Tasting – #EatDrinkUnite at the ultimate foodie and drink aficionado experience in South Florida. Visit top-notch local, regional and national craft breweries complemented by delicious bites from prestigious South Florida restaurants. And yes, all the food and beer you want is included! The Craft Beer Tasting festivities will kick off on Thursday, Feb. 13, with the artsy, mural-adorned Wynwood Walls and Wynwood Gardens as the backdrop. In its 24th year, VeritageMiami, presented by City National Bank, has raised more than $12 million for United Way of Miami-Dade programming.
Where: Wynwood Walls. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Galentine’s Day at The Citadel – First of all… What is Galentine’s Day? It’s a day for celebrating the love you have for your lady friends, whether they’re single or not. However, males and couples are more than welcome to join us at our very first Galentine’s Day celebration. What’s more exciting is that we’ll celebrate friendship painting a F.R.I.E.N.D.S. inspired big coffee mug! Whether you are a fan of the show or not, this event is all about friendship. Call the gang and join us to celebrate LOVE.
Where: The Citadel. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Scholl Lecture Series: Kimberly Drew – In celebration of Black History Month and anticipation of Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Seventh Annual Art + Soul, celebrating the Fund for African American Art, join us for a special lecture by writer, curator, and activist Kimberly Drew. Drew will discuss her work in developing the Tumblr blog Black Contemporary Art, her forthcoming book “Black Futures,” and her role in various spaces and institutions, including The Studio Museum in Harlem and The Met. Drew’s lecture will highlight PAMM’s year-round work and dedication to diversifying and enriching the museum’s permanent collection through the acquisition of contemporary art by African American and African diaspora artists.
Where: PAMM. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
YoungArts at Ted’s with Judith Hill – Multi-instrumentalist, Grammy Award-winning vocalist and songwriter, Judith Hill (2002 YoungArts Winner in Voice) has been spending the summer and fall of 2019 touring Europe, Canada and the US with her latest acclaimed studio album Golden Child that was released in November last year.
Where: YoungArts. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Destination Okeechobee – Miami – Destination Okeechobee has arrived to Miami! Welcome to the Live Shows! Come out to see these talented finalists perform and vote for your favorite band to play Okeechobee Fest 2020! ArtLoveTrap, The Polar Boys, Los Wizzards, REMYZ, The Summit, Supergold, Tasty Vibrations (*Alphabetical order*). We’re happy to host Destination Okeechobee – Miami, battle of the bands style…so get out & see ‘em and vote for your favorite band to play at Okeechobee Fest.
Where: The Ground. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
NightLight305 presents: Mean Girls – NightLight 305 is Miami’s 21+ Outdoor Movie Series featuring Local Food Trucks, Craft Beer, Wine & Cocktails – all under the beautiful downtown Miami cityscape. “MEAN GIRLS” Thursday, February 13, 2020.
Where: Maurice A Ferre Park. Time: NightLight 305. Tickets: Get em here.
An Affair to Remember – Playboy and would-be artist Cary Grant meets lovely, decent Deborah Kerr on a transatlantic cruise. Though engaged to others, they fall in love. As they disembark, they agree to test their new bond by returning to their old loves, then meeting in six months at the top of the Empire State Building (a premise Norah Ephron famously borrowed in her Sleepless in Seattle). Leo McCarey’s An Affair to Remember is the definitive shipboard-romance movie, with Kerr’s sensible radiance, Grant at his most dashing and vulnerable. The last scene makes me teary just to think of it. (Would you excuse me for just a moment?)
Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema. Time: 8:15PM. Tickets: Get em here.
GroundUP Music Festival 2020 – Snarky Puppy – 3 different sets/lineups, Lettuce, Lila Downs, Michael McDonald, Brian Blade & the Fellowship Band, Maro, Christian Scott Atunde Adjuah, Camila Meza, Cecile McLorin Salvant Music, Flor de Toloache and more.
Where: The North Beach Bandshell. Time: Feb 14th – 16th. Tickets: Get em here.
Evening under the Stars – Emily Estefan will headline the Coconut Grove Arts Festival’s first ever live concert on Valentines Day! The “Evening under the Stars” concert will feature an opening act expected to take the stage at 7 p.m. with Emily Estefan performing at 8 p.m. The concert will officially kick off the 57th Coconut Grove Arts Festival taking place President’s Day Weekend.
Where: Peacock Park. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Frankie’s Pizza’s 65th Anniversary! – That’s it. That’s the event.
Where: Frankie’s Pizza. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Free.
Moonlight & Music Valentine’s Day Concert – Celebrate your love at a romantic, outdoor concert under the stars at the Deering Estate’s “Moonlight & Music” Valentine’s Day Concert featuring Soul and R&B singer Keba, with an opening performance by Sir Portela. Guests are welcome to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and small picnic baskets. Please note that the following items are not permitted: large coolers, open flames/candles, balloons and pop up tents.
Where: Deering Estate. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Panache’s Annual Valentine’s Day Village of Love Planned Parenthood Miami – “Village of Love” started in New York in 2015 and has since expanded to LA, Chicago, San Francisco and now, Miami. Featuring original music and love song covers from: AFROBETA, THE DEWARS, DONZII, HAUTE TENSION , INEZ BARLATIER, LAS NUBES, LINDSEY MILLS of Surfer Blood, MARIA OMIYINKA f.k.a. Santa Bandida, EXCURSIONS DJ’s Kumi + Lumin. Plus special guests! All proceeds go to Planned Parenthood of South, East, and North Florida, INC. With special thanks to our sponsor Sweat Records.
Where: Gramps. Time: 7PM. Tickets: Get em here.
Miami City Ballet: Firebird – Alive with color, excitement, and spectacular effects, Firebird is a fantastical and thrilling story about magic, love, danger, and liberation. Enter this mystical world of a young hunter, a Princess in captivity, and the immortal, magical Firebird in one of the greatest of all fairy tales. This newly commissioned Firebird features the thrilling collaboration between Balanchine and Robbins with elaborate costume and set designs with music by the brilliant Stravinsky.
Where: Arsht Center. Time: 7:30PM. Tickets: Get em here.
The 57th Annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival – Coconut Grove will be transformed into a quaint artistic village where visitors can meet many of the world’s most talented artists, and take home a timeless piece of art at the 57th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival® February 15-17, 2020. The festival’s 380 artists represent 14 categories including mixed media, painting, photography, digital art, printmaking & drawing, watercolor, claywork, glass, fiber, jewelry & metalwork, sculpture, wood and new & emerging artist.
Where: Coconut Grove. Time: Feb 15th – 17th/. Tickets: Get em here.
Kite Days Festival – Another beautiful kite festival at the famous destination for every kite fan, Haulover Park.
Where: Haulover Park. Time: Feb 15th – 17th. Tickets: Free.
Daybreaker MIA // One Love – One planet, one heart, one vibe, one love. Fam, on Saturday, February 15, you’re invited to celebrate our favorite love language of all: dance. Together in Club Space, we’ll start the morning reconnecting to our breath with a soulful yoga flow or an energizing fitness warmup. Then, adorned in every shade of red, we’ll feel our hearts beat wild as our DJ Freak the Disco rocks the soundscape to make our whole bodies vibrate. Because from self-love, to friendship, to the love of community, family and play, we’re calling in amor of every form. Oh, and special mischief is in store to make you swoon…
Where: Club Space. Time: 10AM. Tickets: Get em now.
Cover photo art by Mooncrab.