Cool off and Party on the Beach in Miami this June
Average temperature low and high: 73° - 85°
June in Miami is rather hot, but despite that, it's still the most popular time for tourists; the beach is a popular destination to keep cool. Rainy season is starting, but it won't put a damper on all the fun to be had. With COVID restrictions lifted, clubs and venues are open and welcoming party-goers.
Celebrate the year of the Gemini in style. The 6th annual Gemini Takeover Weekend is back, so get ready to party on South Beach all weekend long with other June babies from around the world. Tickets are on sale now!
The 26th annual ABFF recognizes black talent through content by and pertaining to people of African decent. Enjoy 5 days of live entertainment, television and films created by diverse producers at the world’s largest gathering of black film enthusiasts.
Annual Black Hollywood South Beach Weekend
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All mature and sophisticated socialites are being called down for the 5th annual Black Hollywood South Beach Weekend. The four-day event will be a weekend filled with the hottest DJs spinning tunes at day parties, night parties, yacht parties, and pool parties. This year, there will also be a 90s-themed party on the following Monday. Weekend passes range from $199-$250, they can be purchased online.
Show your LGBT+ pride or allyship at the annual Stonewall Pride Parade and Street Festival. This pride celebration specifically recognizes the historic Stonewall Riots and the start of the LGBT+ human rights movement. The festival entry fee is $5. VIP tickets, which grant access to an air-conditioned tent with food and five free drinks, are $100. Tickets will be available for purchase online.
Motley Crue/Def Leppard/Poison/Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Looking to party like it’s 1988? Mötley Crüe with guests Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts bring all the rock n’ roll excess of 80s hair metal to Hard Rock Stadium. Heavy on the pyrotechnics, audience sing-alongs, and the rock anthems that defined a generation, this star-studded event promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime tour. Buy your tickets here!
Florida’s fruit season kicks off with a festival of tropical delights. Come sip on local wines, sample rare fruits, and try refreshing smoothies. With a kids? area featuring a petting farm, pony rides, and other fun activities, you can bring the whole family. Regular park admission.
Taking place along Miami Beach's Washington Avenue, the Miami Beach Caribbean Heritage Festival celebrates the music and cultures of the many islands of the Caribbean, from Antigua and Barbuda to St. Kitts and Nevis. There will also be a rum and beer garden featuring Caribbean distilleries and breweries. Go here for more details.
Take advantage of the cool ocean breeze by cruising around the Florida Keys on a glass bottom boat. The tour takes you to the Pennekamp Coral Reef, which is the only underwater national park in the country, to get a glimpse of the extensive aquatic life Miami has to offer. Perfect for a day out with friends, family, and colleagues!
Visit the Frost Museum of Science
Escape the heat and check out this fun, new science museum overlooking Biscayne Bay. The museum has over six floors of interactive exhibitions where visitors can explore a recreation of the Everglades, learn about human biology, and much more. It also includes a world-class planetarium with weekend laser shows and an aquarium, giving visitors a plentitude of options to explore! Perfect for friends, families, and colleagues. Daily passes are $28 for adults and $20 for children.
Visit the Bayside Marketplace
Enjoy this outdoor marketplace that offers the full Miami experience. Bayside marketplace provides a variety of waterfront bars, restaurants, and yachts. Spend some time trying Latin food, sip on a tropical cocktail and enjoy the live music with everything from Latin and Brazilian tunes to pop, rock and much more!