Although summer is coming to an end, there is no shortage of things to do in South Beach in September. The month is full of exciting events, from concerts to food festivals, make sure you book your flights to South Beach so you don’t miss out on these upcoming opportunities.
Miami Spice (August 1 – September 30)
This is the perfect event for food lovers as it showcases Miami’s unique and flavorful culinary scene. Throughout September you can enjoy three-course, prix-fixe menus at some of the best restaurants for unbeatable prices.
ArtsLaunch2018 (September 8)
Come to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts to enjoy a free day of events at ArtsLaunch2018. Over 40 shows will be on sale, and if you purchase your tickets in-person, no ticket handling charges will apply. In addition, there will be a silent disco, walking tours, mixology demos, activities for children, and more.
Children’s Trust Family Expo (September 8)
Planning on bringing the whole family out to South Beach? The Children’s Trust Family Expo is the perfect way to spend the day engaging your young ones in arts and crafts, sports, performances, and face painting.
Brazilian Film Festival (September 14 – 23)
Immerse yourself in Brazil’s amazing culture at the 22nd annual film festival.
Jerry Seinfeld (September 21)
America’s premier comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, will be at the Arsht Center to perform is signature stand-up routine. If you are looking for a fun, lively way to spend your night, look no further.
Miami Fashion Film Festival (September 20 – 22)
View the fashion industry through a series of well-produced documentaries, short films, and fashion movie classics at the Miami Beach Cinematheque on Washington Avenue.
HistoryMiami Cruise (September 23)
Want to learn more about Miami’s historical past? HistoryMiami Museum’s resident historian, Dr. Paul George, will be hosting an engaging lesson about the area’s fascinating history as you cruise through downtown Miami.
Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival (September 27 – 30)
The O Cinema in Wynwood will be hosting films about the Caribbean and its diaspora at the third annual Caribbean film festival. The festival will celebrate filmmakers leading this charge and telling these important stories.