March Events to Get You Marching Outdoors

March Events to Get You Marching Outdoors

Mar 03, 2019 March 03, 2019

Spring is here, and Miami’s got a bunch of events that’ll make those temperatures soar! Health and wellness month gets you in top shape to fully enjoy the outdoors. The biggest carnaval of the year is back with an even more vibrant list of events. Sail week makes sure you make the most of Miami’s sparkling waters, sun and beaches. And, the Miami Open is your biggest opportunity to watch your favorite international tennis stars live in action. Read about these and more, below:


Miami Health and Wellness Month: February 1 – March 31

Various venues across Miami

Just in time to help you shed those winter layers (and flab), March brings Miami’s Health and Wellness Month deals. Here is where you can find which fitness center, spa, golf club or other outdoor activity will help you get in tiptop shape and give those spring breakers a run for their money. Not only do you get to take advantage of brilliant deals and offers, but the event goes out with a bang at Marlins Park on the 29th of March with the 2nd Annual Miami Health & Wellness Expo.


Miami Film Festival: March 1 – 10

Various venues across Miami

Enjoy 10 days on non-stop films, seminars and parties at the 36th edition of the Miami Film Festival. There’s a movie for every taste, right from documentaries to shorts and full-length feature films being screened at reasonable prices. A major launch pad for Ibero-American talent, there will also be an awards night honoring the outstanding. Find the full schedule here.

Miami Film Festival


Carnaval Miami: March 2 – 10

Multiple venues across Miami

You haven’t kickstarted spring, if you miss the Carnaval Miami Experience. Hosted by the Kiwanis of Little Havana, this week-long carnival brings a variety of events that help you get in the spring spirit while celebrating Latin culture.

The famous Carnaval on the Mile takes place over the weekend on the 2nd and 3rd. This free weekend fest brings you art, jazz, an artist village and fabulous food in Coral Gables. At the same time, Cork & Fork will bring the hottest chefs to Coral Gables and a taste of their culinary best along with a side of international wines, live entertainment and mixology experiences. Fans of Cordials & Candy will enjoy this afterparty on the 2nd with its plethora of fine cordials, coffees and cigars.

On the 8th, Jungle Island comes alive with a Live Gala featuring black ties, Latin-inspired flavors, sounds and sights. And last but not the least, the Calle Ocho music festival winds up the carnaval experience with 20 blocks and 10 stages of fun and music. Savor international eats, folkloric dances and lots of entertainment at this largest Hispanic festival in the country.

Carnaval Miami Calle Ocho


Miami Sailing Week: March 4 – 10

Regatta Park, 2699 SW 27th Avenue, Coconut Grove

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, this multi-class regatta is back in town to woo the sailor in you. Catch a variety of A-Cats to Lasers, 29ers, I420, C420, 505, F16 and F18s live in action. Watch the competition unfold from land, or up close and personal from sea as you rent a boat. Either way, it’s one of the most anticipated nautical events of the year that has more than 200 sailors vying for top honors.

Miami Sailing Week


International Orchid Festival: March 8 – 10

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

What’s spring without some flowers, or rather a whole bunch of them? Head to the Fairchild Gardens for a whiff of the most romantic and exotic orchids in town. Find more than 10,000 varieties of orchids at this fragrant weekend event. Award-winning orchids will be on display at the Garden House. Some will be in their natural environment sprinkled around the Rainforest. And, lots of lectures and learning stations will be organized to help you and the kids understand these delicate beings more intricately.


Jazz in the Gardens: March 9 – 10

Hard Rock Stadium, 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens

Find the hottest headliners of the jazz industry jamming out at the Hard Rock Stadium this March. With each year becoming a tougher act to follow, 2019’s stellar lineup includes Lionel Richie, Brandy, Bobby Brown, Blackstreet, EnVogue, Jagged Edge, Doug E. Fresh, Black Violin and many more taking the stage by storm.

Miami Jazz in the Gardens


Miami Open: March 18 – 31

Hard Rock Stadium, 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens

After a rocking jazz festival, Miami Gardens will be ready to welcome the best in international tennis talent for this annual tournament. Personally, I am sad to see this leave Key Biscayne this year and end up in the Hard Rock Stadium, but the world is indeed always changing! This is one of the premier tennis events in the world and a must-see on most local and travel itineraries. For two whole weeks, Miami will be bustling with tennis superstars, celebrities, avid fans and lots of parties, making it one of the most exciting time of year to be here.

Miami Open


Miami Music Week: March 25 – 31

Multiple venues across Miami

This grand music festival brings the most sensational acts from across the globe to Miami. The Winter Music Conference leads the lineup from the 25th to 28th of March. The International Dance Music Awards follow on the 28th. And, the most electrifying event on the planet (and a favorite among spring breakers), the ULTRA Music festival takes place from the 29th to the 31st. Throughout this week full of exciting acts, expect your favorite Clubs from around the city to host parties, after parties and a bunch of special events.

Miami Music Week


Deering Seafood Festival: March 25

Deering Estate, 16701 SW 72nd Avenue, Palmetto Bay

There isn’t a month that goes by without a culinary event in Miami, so how could March be any different. Sharpen those forks and knives and get ready to dig into some scrumptious seafood. This annual event brings you fresh catch from the sea, cooking demos by celebrity chefs, live entertainment, adventures for kids and even a musical parade. Be there to satiate all your seafood cravings and more!

Deering Seafood Festival


So, where will you be found this spring? Write to us in the comments below!

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