The 55th edition of the Coconut Grove Arts Festival will take place during President’s Day weekend from Feb. 16 to 19. Gates open at 10 a.m. everyday and close at 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, and at 5 p.m. on Monday. There will be food, live performances and art by over 360 artists, including
On Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11, the Doral Food and Wine Festival will be held at the Doral Central Park. Admission includes unlimited tasting of 300 brands of wines and spirits, unlimited food sampling, celebrity chef demos, live entertainment, cooking demonstrations, and a kid zone.
On November 9, the Miami Folk & Indie Fest will be held at The Wynwood Yard. There will be live music, food, and drinks for guests to enjoy throughout the night. This is a dog-friendly event, so bring along your four-legged best friends for the fun. Also, this is a family event, so kids are
On Friday, October 26, Grammy award winning "Prince of Salsa" Luis Enrique will perform at the Palm Court. Estefan Kitchen will provide happy hour specials at 5 p.m. The actual concert will be adjacent to Esfetan Kitchen in the outdoors. Although the event is free, attendees are not guaranteed a seat at the restaurant. To
On Saturday, Oct. 20, and Sunday, Oct. 21, the Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation will host the Coral Gables Hispanic Heritage Festival in the Gables area. The festival will feature Hispanic influenced music, food, live performances, merchandise, and good vibes. This is a free to enter event with fun included.
From Oct. 31 to Nov. 1, Secret Garden will host a Halloween Experience in Wynwood at Toejam Backlot. This 21+ event is for the captivating and the terrifying. Along with dancing, the event will also have VR experiences, photo booths, glass blowing, art installations, performances, and live music. Tickets are: Free Entry BEFORE 11 p.m.
On Tuesday, Oct. 10, Tea and Poets will host an open mic night. The event is free to the public. At the event, poets, artists, and musicians will present their talent before a live audience from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
As we all know, South Florida is rich in Hispanic culture, especially in Miami. The city and its many neighborhoods—Bayside, Wynwood and South Beach, to name a few—are often filled with the smell of arroz con frijoles or empanadas and the sounds of salsa music and accents from all over Central and South America. By