Miami prepares to receive spring with great proposals

The coming months come with art, dance and music festivals, sporting events and the best gastronomy

(Source: Visit Florida)

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, or GMCVB for its acronym in English, presented the programming designed for the new spring season that is approaching. Over the next few months, locals and visitors will be able to join various cultural events that will take place throughout the entire destination.

"This spring, Miami and Miami Beach will host a number of diverse events. We are proud of the schedule of activities that those here will be able to enjoy over the next few months," said David Whitaker, President and CEO of the Greater Miami Convention. & Visitors Bureau. "Miami has always been characterized by offering a highly varied proposal. This spring this will be seen more than ever, all our visitors will find an activity that is valuable and interesting to them," he concluded.  

Miami Beach Live!

Fun, sun and fitness! The City of Miami Beach, in partnership with various organizations, will host health, wellness and entertainment events for the whole family under the great initiative of Miami Beach Live!. Those who prefer cinema, music and the arts will have initiatives such as Friday NightMovies, parties with DJs, events in Lummus Park or Art on the Drive.

Sports lovers will be able to enjoy Crunch Fitness classes; Nike activations; the King of the Courts Crown Series with some of the most famous Olympic volleyball players in the world and tournaments of the same discipline Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) such as FIU Surf & Turf Volleyball or Model Volleyball. Also the Monster Obstacle Course, which will bring mega slides for all ages and the Miami Beach Fitness Festival powered by HYROX.  

This long-awaited series of events will be kicked off by the United First Responders Music Fest, a unique, family-friendly festival featuring top musicians from across the country, performing all kinds of music: rock, jazz, r&b, reggae, hip-hop, salsa, meringue and more

Craving for more music?

Music enthusiasts also won't want to miss the 17th annual Jazz in the Gardens on March 11-12. Considered one of the most important annual live jazz and R&B events in the world, great figures will be present at this new edition.  

On the other hand, from March 24 to 26, will take place what began more than 20 years ago as a "little concert on the beach" and has become a global brand, spawning similar festivals in Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. world: the Ultra Music Festival.

Finally, Miami Music Week (MMW) will take place from March 21 to 26. This is the biggest festival of the year for EDM, with a 5-day marathon of parties, concerts and club nights. An excellent option whether your favorite is electro, deep house, trap, breakbeats, techno, dubstep or drum & bass.

Or maybe more sport?

From March 19 to April 2, the Miami Open returns to Hard Rock Stadium. An official stop for professional tennis tournaments, which attracts the best players in the discipline.  

Over the years, the biggest names in tennis have competed in this tournament. In the past, fans have seen Serena Williams win a record eight singles titles, and Miami is where Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer began their rivalry, playing their first match against each other in 2004. In 2020, Pole Hubert Hurkacz claimed his first Masters 1000 trophy at the event.

Varied offer

Other big events planned for the rest of the season are Aspen Ideas, an event from March 6 to 9 that brings together global and local policy makers to discuss issues of interest; the Miami Dade County Youth Fair from March 16 to April 9; the Coconut Grove Food & Wine Festival on March 19; Miami Tech Week from March 31 to April 2; the eMerge Americas Conference on April 20 and 21; and much more.

The Spring in Miami program includes the inaugural Rainbow Spring program, already announced by the GMCVB, with some of the most popular events in the destination, such as the Winter Party Festival, the Miami Beach Pride Festival and the OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival, among others.

Visitors actively planning a trip to Miami and Miami Beach can now access the newly relaunched website, available in nine languages. The site offers innovative immersive experiences for ultra-fast and more detailed searches, as well as a special login area for those users who need specific information for organizing meetings and business gatherings in Miami.

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