Every year, Miami hosts many of the coolest and most glamorous festivals in the country. The city's perfect weather allows for year-round events that anyone can enjoy from globally-notorious concerts like the Ultra Music Festival to local favorites like the Calle Ocho Music Fest. Take a look at our list of a few of the festivals coming to Miami in 2019, and start saving the date for your favorite ones!
The 5th Annual Miami Cuban Sandwich Fest is coming to Miami on March 9 featuring live music and dance entertainment, and not to mention the best Cuban sandwiches in the state. Quality, variety, and creativity are few of the factors that will be taken into consideration as the festival throws down its annual contest to determine which sandwich will be crowned king!
Regarded as one of the biggest Hispanic music festivals in the country, Calle Ocho is the perfect way to send off this year´s Carnaval celebrations on Sunday, March 10. Nestled in the heart of Miami´s Little Havana, Calle Ocho is a staple for entertaining events filled with great music and food. The event is also free to attend, so there´s no reason you shouldn't stop by and enjoy the show.
Presented by Jameson and SWARM, the annual St. Patricks Day Block Party in Wynwood is another one of the best festivals coming to Miami in 2019. The event consists of a two-day block party starting on Saturday, March 16. Attendees will get a taste of the city´s most popular DJs, incredible street art, food trucks, green beer, games, and more!
As you may already know, Miami is home to the infamous UMF. This year, the event will be taking place from Friday, March 29 to Sunday, March 31 at Bayfront Park near Downtown Miami. The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Marshmello, and Carl Cox are all expected to take part in this year´s lineup, so hurry to get your tickets now!
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If you love an upbeat atmosphere with great music while enjoying tasty seafood, then this festival is just for you. On Saturday, April 6, head over to the Coral Gables Museum in Downtown Coral Gables for a few beers, some wine, and top-quality seafood. Free samples will also be given out to visitors as they appreciate the fine art and music this event has to offer.
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Although it's still a long way ahead, it's always good to remind seafood lovers about the annual South Beach Seafood Week in Miami Beach. The event will be on full-swing from October 22-26 featuring some of the best chefs from around the country. Chef showdowns, cooking workshops, and the most delicious seafood in town are all going to be in store for you, and on Saturday, October 26, don't miss the main show in Lummus Park.
We hope our list of some of the best festivals coming to Miami in 2019 will help you find creative ways to spend your time in the city. You can find even more Miami events be registering on 305area, your free guide to all things Miami.
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