Celebrate the 4th of July with an array of family fun throughout the city going on all day way before the first fireworks lit the skies. Here are some great spots to come celebrate Independence Day this year:
Florida’s biggest annual convention of all things comic-book culture. Stop by to meet celebrities or nerd out on rare merchandise. The four-day event features panels, film screenings, Q&As, and plenty of cosplay.
Sure, you’ve probably gotten so many mangoes from friends and neighbors offloading them on everyone in sight that you’re sick of them. Too bad! Mango season isn’t over yet, thanks to the Miami Beach Mango Festival. The second annual edition features a farmers’ market, tasting demos, a kids’ area and much more.
June is Miami Film Month featuring all from niche indies to internationally renowned and critically-acclaimed films. The city sizzles with exciting festivals, screenings, and tours. Whatever appeals to you, you’ll find events that are just right. You can experience Hollywood magic in the Magic City. So be ready to snap a selfie at any moment. You never know which celeb you might run into on the sidewalk!
The beaches are sizzling and turtle nesting season is upon us. If you are heading out to the beaches, please pay attention to nesting areas, they will be roped off and clearly marked, avoid getting near these areas or trampling on the eggs! It is against the law to disturb turtles, nesting or otherwise, their eggs and their hatchlings!
The Summer Fruit Festival showcases locally grown produce and fruits, this is your chance to try all sorts of “exotic” fruits as well as our juicy and delicious ripe regulars with that fantastic summer flavor.
There will be many booths showcasing local wines and tasty cuisine, a great family day out!
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Fruit & Spice Park at 24801 SW 187th Ave, Homestead, FL 33031
$8, children 11 and under FREE
The month of June is filled with colorful cocktails and delicious food specials at restaurants on Miracle Mile and throughout Downtown Coral Gables. Coral Gables Restaurant Week features more than 40 eateries offering special three-course, prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus at discounted prices.
1500 SAN IGNACIO AVE, CORAL GABLES
305.912.2639 | FIOLAMIAMI.COM
The second location for Chef Fabio Trabocchi’s Michelin-starred D.C. restaurant. Quickly a fan favorite in Miami with the perfect blend of contemporary Italian cuisine and impeccable first-class service. The menu includes new twists from the already favored menu like bucatinit with red prawns and sea urchin and the prosciutto wrapped veal chop with osso buco sauce. Enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail or the 8,000-bottle wine cellar.
Presented by New Times, Miami’s largest beer festival returns to Zoo Miami on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 7PM-11PM for its 10th Anniversary! It’s a beer lovers dream with samples from over 100 of your favorite local, international and craft beers! Musical performance by Locos Por Juana, two-time Grammy nominated bilingual American band most notably recognized by their energetic live performance and their unique fusion
The Rolling Loud Music Festival is a three-day event held at Hard Rock Stadium that has become the largest Hip-Hop festival in the world. And it all started in Miami. This year’s line-up includes Migos, Cardi B, Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, Kid Cudi, and more.