September Events to Spice Things Up In Miami!

September Events to Spice Things Up In Miami!

Aug 27, 2017 August 27, 2017

Summer may be on its way out, but that doesn’t mean things have to fizzle down. There’s a whole bunch of stuff to do this month, especially around Labor Day weekend. Scroll through our top picks and plan a fun September in Miami:

Miami Spice: August 1 to September 30

Various locations across Miami

Don’t put your forks down just yet - Miami Spice has one more month to go. Grab a three-course lunch for $23 or savor a four-course dinner for $39 at one of 200 participating restaurants. This is the best time to discover a new favorite, or try that high-end restaurant you’ve been eyeing for long.
Check out the $12 cocktail specials at W South Beach’s Mr. Chow, or ladies night at Novecento, in addition to their Spice menu. Vegans can head to Plant Food + Wine or Soul Tavern’s one-of-a-kind vegetarian gastropub. Mignonette has oysters and steak on the menu, while RED The Steakhouse has a different theme each week. There’s something for every taste at Miami Spice!

Mignonette Miami
Photograph: Courtesy of Mignonette

Home Design and Remodeling Show: September 1-4

Miami Beach Convention Center, South Beach

Long weekends like Labor Day’s can be the perfect time to take on a home improvement project or two. Especially when Florida’s premier Home Design and Remodeling Show is in town to help you out. Catch the latest trends, home renovation advice, décor tips, products and top home service professionals at the 4-day event. Also featured this year are: HGTVs celebrity designer Sabrina Soto, wine and food pairing micro-seminars, and ‘Art Basilando’ with Viernes Culturales.


Tequila Bay Music Festival: September 3

Miami Marine Stadium, Virginia Key

The Tequila Bay Music Festival brings perfect harmony to Miami’s waterfront this Labor Day Weekend. Expect A-list country music stars like Brantley Gilbert, Kip Morre Malt, Gomery Genty and more to put their best foot forward at the Marine Stadium. Better still, there will be free flowing tequila shots, so down as much as you want at the CASA TEQUILA pavilion. Mark the day to go bottoms up to CMA-winning numbers and delicious eats by the Bay.

Tequila Bay Music Festival

Labor Day Events: September 4

Various locations across Miami

If the above don’t appeal to you, there’s still plenty of stuff to do in Miami for Labor Day weekend. Celebrate with Salsa at Wynwood. Indulge in some self discovery at the 4-day breathwork retreat. Grab drinks and signature bites at Atton Hotel’s poolside session. Or explore a different kind of adventure at Camp Nikki Beach.
Looking for something family-friendly? Work on that tan in Sunny Isles Beach. Plan a picnic in Key Biscayne. Go stargazing at the newly opened Frost Science Museum. Savor the freshest produce at Brickell City Center’s Farmers Market. Or, walk the wild side at Zoo Miami. Whatever you do, don’t hesitate to dine out since Spice month is still on.

atton brickell miami

Miami International Auto Show: September 9-17

Miami Beach Convention Center, South Beach

After you’ve accompanied the Missus to the home design show at the Miami Beach Convention Center, it’s time you visit again - this time for yourself. Catch the latest hot wheels on display from over 40 automobile manufacturers around the world. Sedans to SUVs, trucks to Porsches, you name it, they’ve got it. Watch out for the ride and drive events and classic cars display. There’s also a raffle this year with a chance to win a brand-new 2017 Chevy Cruze LS!

Miami International Auto Show Miami Beach

International Ballet Festival of Miami: August 26 – September 17

Various locations across Miami- Dade and Union City

The culturally inclined must grab their tickets to one of America’s most important ballet festivals. This 22nd edition brings you a mixed bag of contemporary, traditional and classical performances. There will also be a dance film series, art exhibits, workshops and master classes for those who’d like to dive a bit deeper these two weeks.

International Ballet Festival of Miami
Photograph: Courtesy of International Ballet Festival

Miami Web Fest: September 14-17

Various locations across Miami and the beaches

Get acquainted with the latest internet sensations at this new-age film festival. Fetching you the hottest web series from around the world, watch independently produced shows before they hit the mainstream. Join in on panel discussions, mingle with international filmmakers, or cheer to the Veteran Film Awards. You wouldn’t want to miss any of the exclusive parties, especially the pre-fest party at E11even.

Miami Web Fest

Brazilian Film Festival: September 16-23

Various locations in Miami Beach

It’s the perfect excuse to look beyond Hollywood! Expand your horizons to international cinema with the Miami chapter of BFF. This week-long festival brings you 20 quality Latin American productions in theaters across Miami Beach. There are also competitive screenings, an opening night orchestra performance and special screenings spicing up the mix.

Brazilian Film Festival

Disney on Ice-Dare to Dream: September 21-24

American Airlines Arena, Downtown

Ditch the routine and escape into your beloved Disney storyline where you can ‘Dare to Dream’ and adventures await. Moana, Elsa, Anna, Rapunzel and Belle take to the ice in Downtown Miami to show you that no dream is too big. Get ready to be amazed with sensational tricks, lifts, costumes, routines and performances that will definitely leave you and your little one in good spirits.

Disney on Ice Miami

Miami Fashion Film Festival: September 20-24

Various locations across Miami

Save the date to stay on fleek, as you explore the world of fashion through film. Local and international films tell the story of the ‘art, culture and business of fashion’. Watch revealing documentaries or fun fashion flicks. Join the conversation with industry insiders. Take part in workshops. An awards ceremony honors filmmakers. Also, since no fashion event is complete without its parties, there will be plenty to explore at the MIAFFF.

Miami Fashion Film Festival - Making it on time
Photograph: Courtesy of MIAFFF/Making it on Time
 
Which of these made the cut to your calendar of events? Let us know in the comments below.

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