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Things to Do in South Beach July 2019

With summer in full swing, you’re going to want to get the most out of July in South Beach. With events available for early morning risers and night owls alike, there’s no doubt fun to be had for everyone. From dinner cruises and fireworks displays to kicking off the month with Supercon and family festivals closing out the month, no doubt you can pack your July full of wet hot fun.

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4th of July Dinner Cruise – July 4

Miami hosts a major fireworks display and what better way to enjoy the festivities than from the Biscayne Lady Luxury Yacht! Enjoy unlimited food and drink with you cruise Miami’s costal sites. With two dance floors, two full bars, and 3 incredible decks, there isn’t a better way to enjoy the spectacular fireworks show!

 

SUPERCON – July 4-July 6

Fans of comic books, movies, sci-fi, cartoons, anime or just pop culture will want to join us at Supercon. So much more than just another Comic Con, we bring celebrity guests like George Takei, Jason Isaacs, and Benedict Wong to Miami so you can hang with them. A total family event, there’s something for everyone whether you’re wearing an elaborate costume or just coming as you are, we’re all about making everyone feel welcome.

 

Broadway Night – July 11

Every season the MMF Opera Institute’s vocalists present several concerts from contemporary theater pieces from Broadway’s favorites to the beloved standards from Rodgers and Hammerstein, these family-favorite melodies showcase the best of Broadway.

 

Full Moon Beach Meditation – July 16

Guided a Trainer from the non-denominational O&O Academy, this evening meditation is free to everyone. Enter a stream of learning to guide you to discover authentic happiness and awaken a new joy of living.

 

7th Annual No Sleep South Beach – July 19-21

Friday to Sunday, the party never ends with the ultimate late-night party. With 5 events spread out over 3 days, there’s bound to be non-stop action. From an all-white yacht party to the ultimate club banger, this event culminates with the grand Celebrity hosted Beach Pool Party at the Surfcomber Hotel.

 

South Beach Club Crawl – July 20

Enjoy South Beach’s best bars, nightclubs, and lounges including VIP ultra-club featuring world-class DJ’s. Amazing party hosts will guide you as you enjoy zero admission fees, no lines, “pub crawl only” drinks and free shots at every bar.

 

BeachBawl Summer in Miami – July 27

An 18+ event featuring water slides, inflatable jousting, food trucks, and mechanical bull to name just a little of the fun available. Unlimited shot tickets available to the 21 and over crowd. Bring your beach balls, Super Soakers, chairs, and umbrellas and come party for the day.

 

2nd Annual South Beach Mango Festival & Mango Palooza – July 27 & 28

The Mango Palooza on the 27th is open to 21+, featuring an open bar serving beers, tropical drinks, and of course, Mango cocktails. Entertainment includes Chef Competitions, Mango Auction, Mango Music and a finale featuring dancers from the world famous Mango’s Tropical Café.

 

Sunday the 28th is Family Fun Day, perfect for all ages. With three mango eating competitions, a baking competition, cooking demonstrations, and plenty of music, food and drinks, it’s sure to become a family favorite.

 

Top Skateparks in Miami Beach Area

There’s nothing like spending a beautiful Florida day out in the fresh air, enjoying the sunshine while you’re doing tricks on your skateboard. Want to learn how to ride a skateboard? Maybe you’re ready to take your skills to the next level or just want to challenge yourself on the curves and rails. Whatever your skill level, there’s nothing like finding the perfect Skate Park to enjoy.

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Skateboard Supercross Academy (SBSX)

The World’s Premier League for education and skateboard racing, it prides itself in a cutting edge educational system where your kids learn the basics and progress to expert levels. Lessons begin as young as 4 years, but enjoy teaching enthusiasts of all age levels. Besides private lessons, they also offer camps and clinics during the summer. Don’t need instruction? They’ve got you covered. The parks are designed by experts to offer challenging courses for tricks or travel along the pumptracks that help you keep your momentum and enjoy a great workout.

 

All Out Skate

Established in 2008, they are committed to promoting skateboarding as a lifestyle. Owner Paul Hurtado was inspired to build a skateboard community by providing premier services and products. They have lessons for riders of all skill levels beginning as early as 6 years of age. With summer camps for children 6 to 14 years old they want to help you live your passion and fear nothing! Highly rated on yelp with several 5-star reviews.

 

Bamford Sports Complex Skateboard Park

This is a large skate park featuring a variety of jumps and ramps, perfect for all ages and designed for beginner to intermediate skill levels. It is a “ride at your own risk” non-supervised park. The use of helmets, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards are encouraged at all times. Parental supervision is strongly recommended

 

TF305

An indoor skateboarding and training facility in Miami. Privately owned and run, this facility features ramps, rails, and jumps. They also offer lessons and host various events and competitions throughout the year.

 

Kendell Indian Hammocks Sports Park

This 14,000 square foot outdoor park is open 365 days a year, 7 am to sunset, weather permitting. It incorporates classic skate park features like the bank ramp, rails, vert wall, launch ramp, and stairs. This park is also open inline skates, scooters, and BMX bikes.

 

Westwind Lakes Action Sports Park

Part of a large sports park, this concrete skateboard park is one of the latest additions to the skateboarding community. This 10,000 square foot outdoor park was built by skatepark experts, Spohn Ranch. With a nice combination of traditional skate park features including rails, launch ramp, wall ride, bench, stairs, and two six foot quarter pipes, it also has two unique features that set this park apart, the volcano shaped obstacle in the center of the park and the UFO bank ramp. Open 365 days a year, weather permitting, the park is well lit for night sessions.

 

Haulover Park Skate Park & Pump Track

An outdoor concrete park, featuring bank ramps, wall ride, and a pump track. This park is perfect for beginner to intermediate skill levels. This is an unsupervised park open to the public from sunrise to sunset. Safety equipment and parental supervision are strongly encouraged.

 

South Dade Skating Park

Open 365 days a year, sunrise to sunset. This skate park is part of a large complex of fields, playgrounds, basketball courts and communities activities. This is an unsupervised skateboard park for beginner to intermediate skill levels. Helmets and other safety equipment are required.

Things to do in South Beach June 2019

Things to do in Miami June 2019

Miami tends to slow down in June because of the high temperatures but there are still a lot of activities that will keep you entertained and engaged. There are pool parties to look forward to, craft beer bars to cool you off and a lot of family-friendly festivals for the entire family. Here are some of the great activities that Miami has lined up for you in June.

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  1. Ariana Grande Live

The month starts on a high note thanks to Ariana’s scheduled performance in Miami. As part of her Sweetener World Tour, Ariana Grande will be performing live at the American Airlines Arena on June 1. Tickets start from $30.95 and this is your chance to see one of the world’s best performing artists on stage.

  1. Venezuela National Football Team Vs Ecuador National Football Team

Some of the best footballing talent will converge at the Hard Rock Stadium for an international football match. Come see your favorite football starts in action in this match that promises a lot of goals and on-field entertainment. The match takes place on 1st June.

  1. Mango and Tropical Fruit Festival

Mangos and tropical fruits are a big deal in Miami and as such, they have their own festival. The Mango and Tropical Fruit Festival that takes place on 13 – 14 June provides you with a chance to sample different mango varieties from local backyard farms and those from other parts of the world.

  1. American Black Film Festival

Catch a glimpse of the bright future of black film at the American Black Film Festival. Industry leaders converge at the festival to create awareness about black cinema and discuss ways to reach a bigger audience. The festival will take place in various theatres in South Beach from June 12 – 16 and it will feature appearances by A-list performers such as Damson Idris and La La Anthony. A pass for the festival goes for $120.

  1. Broadway’s Come From Away Musical

Come From Away, a musical that tells the story of a small town that birthed the world will be on show at the Adrienne Arsht Center. Based on a true story, the musical brings to light the story of 7000 passengers who were stranded in a small town by the name Newfoundland. There was hostility and a culture clash but eventually the uneasiness and mistrust turned into gratitude and enduring friendships. The musical runs from June 18 – 23.

  1. Taste of the Caribbean

Get to experience the Caribbean culture and their amazing cuisine at the Taste of the Caribbean annual food festival. The festival will take place at the Hyatt Regency Miami and it will feature Caribbean inspired meals and experienced chefs who will prepare tropical dishes. Tickets go for $55 per person.

  1. Whiteout Miami Weekend

The annual All-White Yacht Party takes place on 14th June across different venues in Miami. The party will be hosted on an amazing superyacht with 3 music levels, multiple bars, and a VIP lounge.