New events in Miami


New events in Miami

Monday, 26 Feb, 2024 0

Miami, South Florida’s cultural melting pot, continues to draw people from all walks of life.

The city’s diverse attractions, culture and varied events calendar showcases it as a forward-thinking modern city for all. With a host of new events coming to South Florida, no culturally curious traveler will want to miss out in 2024.

 

NEW MAJOR EVENTS IN MIAMI

Open House comes to Miami for the first time on March 1 & 2, 2024. Open House Miami (OHMIA) offers free access to over 50 architectural experiences across 15 neighborhoods, showcasing the city’s diverse heritage. From fashion and urban design to cultural landmarks like the Koubek Center, OHMIA engages residents and visitors in discussions about Miami’s future while celebrating its architectural legacy. This marks Miami as the fourth US city to join the global Open House movement. https://www.openhouseworldwide.org/miami

 

The Montreux Jazz festival will host its first Miami festival from March 1-3, 2024. Located at The Hangar at Regatta Harbour in Coconut Grove, this intimate waterfront venue aims to capture the essence of the original Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Highlights include performances by Jon Batiste, Daryl Hall, Daniela Mercury, The Wailers, Emily Estefan, Seu Jorge, and more. Jazz fans will enjoy sunset concerts on the outdoor stage, music masterclasses, and the legendary Montreux Jam Session. https://www.montreuxjazzfestivalmiami.com/en/

 

Looking ahead, FIFA World Cup 26 will place Miami at the heart of the tournament with seven taking place in the city from June 15 to July 18 2026. Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens hosts the matches. https://www.fifa.com/fifaplus/en/tournaments/mens/worldcup/canadamexicousa2026

  

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