Despite the Heat, Miami Offers ways to Party for the Fourth of July
Average temperature low and high: 75° - 88°
Celebrate America’s birthday the way Miamians do by partying all over the city. Whether you opt for a club or beachside, the pandemic is over, and the city is alive and back to normal. The humidity and high temps are a scorcher, but the fun you’ll have and numerous ways to stay cool win all.
23-25 Jul, 2021
Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens
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Have you been missing live performances and music festivals this past year becasue of the pandemic? If you're a rap and hip-hop fan, it's time to get your fix; the Rolling Loud Festival is the music event for you. Previous performers have included Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Travis Scott, Post Malone, A$AP Rocky, and more. Get your tickets here.
31 Jul, 2021
Justin Bieber is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist that's been around and popular since his debut single, released back in 2009. Don't miss your chance to see him live while he's in Miami on his recheduled tour. Get your tickets here.
Vincent Van Gogh bent colors and light in his art to create a vivid and distinct style to portray the world in his paintings. At the Beyond Van Gogh event, you can become immersed in Van Gogh's beautiful and unique masterpieces via state-of-the-art projection technology. Check out VanGoghMiami.com for details.
Get a real glimpse of Florida wildlife by cruising through the Everglades on a Gator Park Airboat Tour. Visitors will be able to see a replica of a Native American fishing camp, birds, fish, deer, and an alligator wrestling show! A perfect day out for the family or friends! Tickets start at $12.99 for children and $19.99 for adults.
Visit Miami’s most popular attraction set in the middle of lush Coconut Grove. The museum and gardens are inspired by an Italian Renaissance-style villa, with intricate landscaping and a beautiful terrace sprawled over 43 acres of land. The museum also holds European antiques and works from the 16thto 19thcenturies. Tickets range from $10 for children to $22 for adults.