MIAMI BEACH SPECIAL EVENTS
Late Summer Guide
Just when Northern cities are shutting down their summer programs for Fall season and gearing up for the upcoming Back to School season, Miami Beach Real Estate owners, visitors, and residents can enjoy the city's 365 days of tropical weather. The next few months will feature temperature cooling summer rain and Miami Beach special events such as: The International Ballet Festival, The SkullCandy ID Ultra Music Festival, The Brazilian Film Festival and much more. So if your ready to escape the impending freeze, visit Miami Beach and see what else the late summer months have to offer.
With all the upcoming and new festivals, fairs, restaurants, concerts and beach excursions to explore, Miami Beach residents and condo owners, most especially in Miami Beach's South of Fifth waterfront condo community will never run out of summer or things to do in South Beach, all year round.
The 15th Annual Brazilian Film Festival
competitive screening takes place at the Colony Theatre, with short and feature films competing for the Cristal Lens Award, the most prestigious award in Brazilian cinema outside the country. Colony Theatre 1040 Lincoln Road Miami Beach - Art Deco District/South Beach
Skull Candy presents: ID Festival
The first-ever, touring electronic ONLY music festival that will visit major outdoor amphitheaters throughout North America in August and September and give fans the full electronic music experience. The festival will attract electronic music lovers for a full day of relaxing, mingling, eating, drinking and of course dancing.
The 16th Annual International Ballet Festival
August 26th-Sept. 18th
Called the most spectacular and most important must see event in Miami Beach the International Ballet Festival will feature performances from hundreds of talented ballet dancers representing the best ballet companies and hailing from several countries across the globe.
Miami Home Design & Remodeling Show
The premier home improvement event and informational showcase of residential decorating and remodeling with thousands of home improvement products and services on display at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic
September 22- 25th
Get enchanted in the festivities as Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic. The Dare to Dream presentation will feature Disney Prince & Princesses from The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, Cinderella all on stage for a spectacular show for the entire family.
DocMiami International Film Festival
DocMiami International Film Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting the creative art form of documentary film making at a global level. The three-day festival will present documentary films from talented filmmakers across the country during the day and musical concerts at night.
Miami Spice (Including Greater Miami and Miami Beach Restaurants)
Miami Spice 2011 runs until September 30. Take advantage of some amazing deals at some of the best restaurants in town. ($35 for three courses) Check out the program here: http://www.ilovemiamispice.com
OTHER MIAMI BEACH HIGHLIGHTS
Cirque Éloize iD continues at the Adrienne Arsht Center. For more information including dates, ticket prices, click here: http://arshtcenter.org/tickets/calendar/view.aspx?id=9525
Miami Spa Month 2011 runs until August 30th. Check out the great deals on some of Miami Beach's best spas. www.miamispamonth.com
Vespa Tour of Wynwood is a two-hour colorful outdoor Art Tour for $65 read more about it at: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/07/22/2324207/up-against-the-wall.html
Lee Klein of the Miami New Times reviews Haven (1237 Lincoln Road) "Haven should be Heaven" A great place for those seeking scintillating snacks and drinks in a stimulating environment. Read it here: http://www.miaminewtimes.com/2011-07-21/restaurants/haven-a-gastro-lounge-for-hipsters/2/
The owners of Pubbelly (Miami NEw Times Best of Miami) will be opening up two new restaurants (Pubbelly Sushi and Barcoloneta & Mercat). Read the details here: http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/shortorder/2011/07/pubbelly.php
Vic & Angelo's will open’s at the old DeVito space on Ocean Drive. I can personally attest to the amazing food and ambiance at other existing Vic & Angelos Restaurants in SE Florida, and this is a DO NOT MISS!
Back to the Future on August 17 will show at the New World Symphony Soundscape (17th Street between Washington Ave & Drexel Ave).
Morgans on the Beach new South Beach location, replacing old Joe Allen space on Purdy Avenue gets a first impression review: http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/shortorder/2011/08/morgans_on_the_beach_seems_lik.php#more
Refurbished Art Deco gem, The Tudor House at 1111 Collins Avenue gets reviewed for impressive menu: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/08/04/2343303/tudor-house-stellar-food-in-a.html
The Adrienne Arsht Center has published Program I for the Miami City Ballet: Visit http://www.arshtcenter.org/tickets/calendar/view.aspx?id=9992
Sleepless Night returns to Miami Beach on November 5. Check out the full program and details here: http://sleeplessnight.org/?cat=5
Art Basel returns to Miami December 1-4, 2011. Check out the website and catalogue here: http://www.artbaselmiamibeach.com/
CONCERTS & PERFORMANCES
1. Brian McKnight August 19th @9:00 PM The Fillmore @Jackie Gleason Theater http://www.bmcknight.com/
3. Maroon 5 August 30 @ 7pm Cruzan Amphitheater http://www.maroon5.com/
4. K.D. Lang Sat 10/8 8:00p Cruzan Amphitheater http://www.kdlang.com/
5. Rascal Flatts Sat 8/20 7:00p Cruzan Amphitheater http://www.rascalflatts.com/
6. Marc Anthony September 16 @ 8pm American Airlines Arena http://www.marcanthonyonline.com/
7. David Sedaris Nov. 1 @ 7:30pm. The Fillmore http://www.livenation.com/David-Sedaris