What’s Hot in Miami this July 2018? Be in the Know
Are you ready for the fab and rad events this July? With this month being hot and humid in Miami, there is much need for things to do and places to go for some sort of relief from the hot sun. It’s a good thing that Miami has got you covered with all the right reasons for you get out andlive a little. From Spa Month to the 4th of July Holiday, there is surely something for everyone. So, be in the know of what is going on near you so you can get that well-deserved break. You know youneed it!
Miami Spa Monthis up and will run from July 1 to August 31.
Get some downtime and relax this summer with luxurious spa treatments throughout the month. Spas are cutting prices on their services so take advantage of this! Go solo or treat your friends out with a spa day.Nothing like a good massage on a summer holiday.
Go for some Art Therapy and visit Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) for the “Within Genres” exhibit from July 1 to August 31.
There are five genres on display in the galleries which are Landscape, Still Life,Scenes of Everyday Life, Portraiture and History Painting. When painting was in its early stages as a medium, these categories were developed. Expect to be mesmerized by the religious, mythological and historical themes. A ticket costs $16 (adult) per person.
Celebrate America’s Birthday Bash with the spectacular 4th of July Fireworks Display in the Miami skyline.
Although there are literally hundreds of celebrations in the city, be sure to end the day with the culminating 4th of July Fireworks, the largest fireworks display in South Florida, that will surely light up the Miami night sky. At 2 in the afternoon, Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami will open thebeer garden along with a free Kids’ Zone, and of course, some food and music to get things started. The fireworks display will be held at Biscayne Bay at 9 in the evening.
Other July 4th events in the city include Fire on the Fourth Festival that will be at the North Shore Park Bandshell.
This is a beachfront extravaganza sponsored by Coca-Cola and Hotwire. Also on July 4th is the Miccosukee Resort and Gaming Freedom Festival. From 10 in the morning to 10 in the evening, the event will feature live music, games, carnival rides, airboat rides, water slides, alligator wrestling shows, fireworks, food and so much more. By 4:30 in the afternoon, performers like Luke Pell and Tony Jackson and Aaron Tippin take the stage. This is free admission.
Get your Groove on and Go to Concert this month.
On July 6, English synthpop duo Erasurewill have a concert at the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theatre to kick off their World Beyond Tour. The performance will be at 8:30 PM, Friday. Also, British sensation Sam Smithwill be at the American Airlines Arena on July 14 for his The Thrill Of It All Tour. Book your tickets now!
Celebrate the community with the Overtown Music and Arts Festival on July 14.
The Overtown district of Miami is nothing short of historic. This is why it is the best place to give importance to economic development through various activities. The festival showcases artwork, ethnic cuisine, one-of-a-kind crafts, jewelry and a lot of entertainment options. The event is free of charge.
Find out today’s sizzling trends in swimwear at Miami Swim Week which runs from July 14 to 17.
It as this week that Funkshionwill be having their swimwear runway presentations on Miami Beach. This high energy show will also have live entertainment. Also, the tradeshow SwimShow 2018 will take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Join the fun at the Fairchild Tropical Garden’s 26th Annual International Mango Festival from July 14 –15.
Aside from this being the world’s largest display of mangoes, the event will include tastings, food demos, lectures, activities of kids and the rare opportunity to explore Mangoville where you can find art, gifts and other things made from mango. A ticket for non-members costs $25. Members will get free admission.
Wander about in the SummerButterfly Walk at Deering Estate on July 28.
Ideal for a group of friends and with the family, this summer walk will surely be an unforgettable experience. The adventure will bring each visitor through a tropical wonderland in the archeological, environmental, and historical preserve at Deering Estate at Biscayne Bay. You can also see rare species of brilliantly colored butterflies while on the way. Tickets for adults cost $12 while being $7 for children. The Summer Butterfly Walk will take place from 11 in the morning to 12 noon.
Get cultured at the International Ballet Festival from July 28 to August 19.
The Ballet Festival will feature the works of art of about 200 ballet artists from 20 companies from around the world. Venues for the performances include Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, Lehman Theater at Miami Dade College North Campus, and Colony Theater.
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