Jump into July with These Miami Events

Jump into July with These Miami Events

Jun 27, 2017 June 27, 2017

As temperatures rise, staying cool becomes our number-one priority. And, Miami has the perfect fix with a bunch of amazing events to beat the heat and humidity. Since most of these events take place indoors or offer soothing refreshments, it’ll be easier to to stay cool.

Miami Spa Month: July 1 to August 31

Various locations across Miami

Keep your cool by lowering body heat and stress levels at the same time. Miami Spa Month (which is actually two months) features discounts at 42 spas in Miami. Lapis at Fontainebleau has a menu of packages and bonus savings, like 20% off a nail, styling, cut or color service in its salon. Get a THÉMAÉ signature massage at The Setai for $139, where basic spa treatments start at $180.

Ritz Carlton Spa
Photograph: Courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Spa

Mango Festival: July 1st and 2nd

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables

This 25-year-old festival has everything mango-related you could possibly want - from mango beer to cooking classes to a tropical Sunday brunch. Of course, you can try one any time at the Mango Taste Test room, a deal at $2 per person. Wine fans can also sign up for the Mango Masters mango and wine pairing.

Mango Festival

Freedom Festival USA: July 4

Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Facility, 500 SW 177 Avenue

At this free carnival, you and your family can spend Independence Day taking turns on carnival rides and cooling off on water slides. Enjoy an airboat ride or watch an alligator wrestling show. Vendors even have food and beverages along with Native American arts and crafts from the Miccosukee Tribe for the complete experience.



Independence Day Fireworks: July 4

Various locations across Miami

If you're looking for a traditional Independence Day barbecue and fireworks display, maybe even a parade, Magic City has several options to choose from. At America's Birthday Bash at Bayfront Park, kids can explore the Family Fun Zone as adults unwind with live music. The Miami Beach Fire on the Fourth Festival has yoga and food trucks before the DJ starts playing at noon. Cheer on the floats and marching bands in the Key Biscayne 4th of July Parade. The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables has a special performance by the Greater Miami Symphonic Band leading up to the fireworks.



Overtown Music and Arts Festival: July 15

Overtown

Overtown's free festival provides live music all day long. When you need a break from dancing, check out the artwork, jewelry and ethnic cuisine. A special feature this year is the Youth Zone, which has a separate stage, story time, bounce houses, and a Fitness & Game Zone to keep your bundle of energy occupied.

Overtown Festival

Miami Swim Week: July 20 to July 26

Various Locations in South Beach

Summer fashion shows take over Magic City for one week every July. Most notable is the SwimShow, which invites thousands of international buyers and brands to celebrate its 35th year. The Funkshion Swim Fashion Week highlights cutting-edge swimwear and features a show from the Miami International University of Art & Design. The prestigious SWIMMIAMI at W South Beach showcases both designer swimwear and resort collections. Aspiring designers can also take a free Pattern Making and Sewing 101 class at The Fashion Institute of South Florida.

Miami Swim Week

Miami Salsa Congress: July 26 to July 30

Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Avenue, North Beach

Dance the weekend away at this gathering of salsa enthusiasts! Professional dancers, recording artists and DJs pay tribute to Latin music. Party until sunrise or learn some new dancing techniques at the free beginners dance bootcamp. They also have The Miami Latin Dance Championships, which allow international contestants along with native Floridians to flaunt their moves.

Miami Salsa Congress

Florida Supercon: July 27 to July 30

The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center, 1950 Eisenhower Blvd, Fort Lauderdale

Break out your best cosplay for the biggest comic con in South Florida. Geeks of all kinds – comics, animation, sci-fi or fantasy – will have a blast at this fan free-for-all. Meet and take pictures with numerous celebrities, cast members and artists. You can also take part in a cosplay contest, watch a geek film festival or participate in video game events.

Florida Supercon

 
Did we miss anything? Which of these events do you think you’ll sign up for?

Contact Us
Founder, Condoblackbook.com & Owner/Broker, BlackBook Properties
(305) 697-7667
contact@condoblackbook.com
Request Info
By sending you agree to CondoBlackBook's Terms of Use

Your Miami Condo Awaits

Recent Posts

Miami Condos with Shabbat Elevators
Real Estate News Miami Condos with Shabbat Elevators
Last updated June 11, 2021. Whether you refer to it as the Sabbath, Shabbat, Shabbos, or by any other term, your religious commitment to observing a holy day of rest should not prevent you from enjoying a luxury condo lifestyle in the subtropical paradise that is Miami.  For this reason, a number of condo communities provide the convenience of a Shabbat or Sabbath elevator, which is a specially programmed elevator that stops automatically on every floor during the Jewish Sabbath, from sundown on Friday evening until sundown on Saturday of every week.  This service is provided in order to accommodate the Jewish religious law that prohibits religious observers from pushing buttons or operating machinery during the Sabbath. While Miami today is known as a particularly Jewish-friendly metropolis, Jews were not even allowed to enter Miami Beach Hotels until the late 1940s. But by the 1950s they began to lay down roots in Miami Beach and to impact the economy, politics, and social flavor...
The Top 10 Tallest Buildings in Miami (You Can Live In)
Real Estate News The Top 10 Tallest Buildings in Miami (You Can Live In)
If you’ve been visiting Miami over the years, one thing you’ve probably noticed is the buildings keep getting taller, and the skyline keeps growing. Ever since the FAA relaxed its height restrictions more than six years ago, Miami’s skyline has continued to elevate itself with glimmering designs of glass and light. The tallest residential building in Miami as of this post is the apartment highrise Panorama Tower at 828 feet. But that won’t last for long. Every few months, a new condo tower is announced with ambitions of becoming one of Miami’s tallest buildings.  Call them #supertowers, #supertalls, or #skyscrapers, they’re definitely building the city’s skyline, reputation, and luxury living to new heights. So, who can claim the title of Miami’s tallest building you can call home? Check out our list below of the top 10 Tallest Condo Buildings in Miami – present and under construction – if you like to live above it all. Elysee Miami | Edgewater Height: 649 feetFloors: 57Developed...
Brickell Avenue Bridge Schedule, Traffic and Solutions -- All You Need To Know
Transportation Brickell Avenue Bridge Schedule, Traffic and Solutions -- All You Need To Know
Ever tried driving from Brickell to Downtown Miami for lunch? Most Miamians dread the thought of catching the dreaded Brickell Avenue bridge, a drawbridge that opens every hour or half-hour during non-curfew hours to allow river and traffic and boats to pass under.  * This article was updated on June 7, 2021 So what’s the problem? A big one! When the bridge opens, it ends up turning the city into a parking lot. With the last two building booms, there’s been a sudden surge in Downtown population since 2010 that has not stopped, and hence, denser traffic. And with Brickell now one of Miami’s hottest neighborhoods, serving as Miami’s vital financial hub, dense residential condo neighborhood and go-to place for nightlife, travel to and from Brickell and Downtown Miami is unavoidable.  This is why almost every second year, the FDOT faces requests to place restrictions on opening the bridge for maritime traffic during rush hour or extending curfew hours. However, listen to the marine...
June Events 2021: Father’s Day and More Summer Fun in Fort Lauderdale
Events June Events 2021: Father’s Day and More Summer Fun in Fort Lauderdale
Summer in Fort Lauderdale is the best time for a beach swim, day on the boat, brunch with friends, and to beat the summer heat. With over 20 June events in Fort Lauderdale to choose from, our curated list offers the best variety of things to do this month. Choose from a musical comedy, a scavenger hunt, concerts, a food and spirits festival on the beach, a dance showcase, tons of summer camps, and virtual programs you can enjoy right at home in the A/C! Also, since Father’s Day is June 20th, we’ve provided a list of things to do to honor Dad. Read on for some of the best picks for Father’s Day celebrations and events to make summer fun in Fort Lauderdale: Things to Do in Fort Lauderdale - June Events at a Glance Father’s Day 2021 Celebrations in Fort Lauderdale June 2021: Fort Lauderdale In-person Events Bonnet House Museum & Gardens Family Summer Specials: June 1 to September 5 Erotica - Exhibit: June 1 to July 2 Paranormal Boot Camp: June 4 Mel Schwartz Sleeps With Mae West...
Fort Lauderdale’s New and Pre-Construction Condo Update: May 2021
Real Estate News Fort Lauderdale’s New and Pre-Construction Condo Update: May 2021
The South Florida real estate market is experiencing an unprecedented buying boom fueled by the normalization of work-from-home practices, the idea of a better quality of life near the ocean and as scores of new businesses are relocating here. And developers across Fort Lauderdale and Miami are responding. As inventory has steadily dropped for the last two quarters, pre-construction projects are the next product to see a surge in demand and developers are responding by stepping up progress. This May, developers at Fort Lauderdale’s Harbors Edge reported a 70% sell-out in just 2 months after launching sales. Related Group’s Solemar is speeding through for a 2021 delivery. And, there’s speculation of a condo property changing hands. Read on for details on these Fort Lauderdale projects and more in our May 2021 condo pre-construction market roundup: Fort Lauderdale New Construction Projects that Broke Ground Solemar – Pompano Beach Developer Related Group broke ground on its luxury...
Miami’s New and Pre-Construction Condo Update: May 2021
Real Estate News Miami’s New and Pre-Construction Condo Update: May 2021
It’s no secret Miami’s real estate market is super hot and seeing a boom precipitated by the growing number of tech, finance, retail, and hospitality businesses that continue to choose to make South Florida home. As a nod to this surge in demand, we have condo developers either reviving old projects, announcing new ones, or revving up progress on current developments. This May, Miami’s pre-construction condo market saw three development projects make a comeback – Genting’s Resorts World Miami, Kar Properties’ One River Point, and Mast Capital’s 4000 Alton Road. Even the once-scrapped Auberge Residences by Related are rumored to be coming back.  The list of new construction developments now includes Aria Group’s 501 First in Downtown and Eichner’s Bay Harbour Islands luxury condos. Additionally, the Estates at Acqualina’s second tower topped off and Missoni Baia is just weeks from its top-off milestone. Read on for details on these and other updates in our May 2021 condo...