Miami March 2023

Miami March 2023 Events

Miami March 2023 Events

Explore Miami for Spring Break this March!

Average temperature low and high: 69° - 75°
March is a marvelous time in Miami, for the weather is warm and pleasant with lower humidity. Temperatures from the high 60s to the mid-70s offer the perfect comfort. Hang at the beach or walk through the city to explore awesome murals and eateries. It’s fun for everyone under the Miami sun, so stay and play!

March Event Calendar

Mammoths: Ice Age Giants exhibit

Mammoths: Ice Age Giants exhibit

Take a step 10,000 years into the past to see some of the animals that roamed the earth at the Mammoths: Ice Age Giants Exhibit. This immersive experience will feature skeletons, skulls, and teeth of mammoths and other ancient animals, as well as the opportunity to hear information from lead researchers. Tickets are $29.95 for adults, $24.95 for kids ages 4-11, and free for children 3 and younger. Tickets can be purchased online. 

Carnaval Miami

Carnaval Miami

This vibrant event that explores the best of Miami’s lively culture with an incredible medley of events. Enjoy this Carnaval Miami party, from pageants, sports tournaments, dining experiences and more. The event usually happens in March. Read about the events.

Winter Party Festival

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Party all week long at the Winter Party Festival, an event that’s put together to give back to the LGBTQ+ community. There will be a lot of music, a lot of dancing, and a whole lot of giving back. Tickets are available now.

The River Cities Festival

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Where can you enjoy three days of food, shopping, live entertainment, music, and more? The River Cities Festival! The event is over 40 years in the making, and it has something for everyone! Have fun with the whole family whether your thing is salsa dancing, competing in a chili cook-off, eating the chili from a cook-off, running the annual 5K race, watching dog shows… The list goes on. This event is unstoppable!

Miami Film Festival

Miami Film Festival

Check out the 39th annual Miami Film Festival! In previous years, this event has attracted 45,000+ people and 300 filmmakers, producers, talent, and industry professionals from all over the world! The Festival showcases work of the world’s best emerging and established filmmakers and awards $100,000 in cash prizes across various competition categories. 

VeritageMiami Farm to Fork (virtual)

VeritageMiami Farm to Fork (virtual)

VeritageMiami is hosting this charity event to benefit the United Way, Miami. World famous master chefs Michael Schwartz invites you to sunday brunch, featuring farm to table sustainable meals paired with delictable wines and a benefit auction.

Jazz In The Gardens

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This jazzy 2-day event hits the Hard Rock Stadium every year. The biggest jazz musicians descend upon Miami for moving performances. Tickets are available here.

Miami-Dade County Fair & Expo

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Don't miss your chance to catch The Fair with your family and friends before it leaves town. The first week of April is your LAST chance to get your thrills on over 90 fun rides, enjoy live performances, and check out the games, exhibits, and animals. Let’s not forget about all the delicious fair foods, too!

Cayamo

Cayamo

Join over 2,000 people for a week of music, community, and tradition with Cayamo: A Journey through song. Travel from Miami to St. Croix, and Antigua, and enjoy music from some of the most popular American artists from around the world. Pricing starts at $1,680 per person for two people. There is a variety of room options to choose from. A passport is required.

Coconut Grove Food & Wine Festival

Coconut Grove Food & Wine Festival

The Coconut Grove Food & Wine Festival will have most of Miami’s best, from food, wine, music, and live entertainment. Local restaurants will be offering a taste of their popular dishes, and other restaurants like Flanigan’s, Ariete, Mayfair Kitchen, and Monty’s Coconut Grove will also be there.

Miami Open

Swing into action with your favorite world tennis champs. The first week in April is your last chance to see the remaining singles and doubles matches, so don’t hold off any longer. Tickets are still available!

Ultra Music Festival

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The biggest party during Miami Music Week is one you shouldn’t miss. The three-day Ultra Music Festival event features the main stage, plus seven other stages for trippy performances by your favorite electronic artists. General admission tickets available here.

Miami Music Week

Miami Music Week

The end of March is the best time for electronic music lovers. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people from around the world visit and help transform Miami into a dance music paradise for Music Week. In previous years, over 1,200+ artists performed at 300+ events hosted at 85+ venues. This year's annual plans may differ due to COVID-19, but we will do our best to update information and details as event organizers do.

Wicked the Musical

Head down to the Ziff Opera House At The Adrienne Arsht Center for Wicked! In a Broadway musical by Stephen Schwartz, Wicked tells the untold true story of the witches of Oz. You can purchase tickets for this must-see show here!

Hamilton

If you enjoy history and hip-hop, don't miss the chance to see the two put together in one of the nation's most popular musicals, "Hamilton." Learn all about Alexander Hamilton and U.S. history through Lin Manuel Miranda's musical genius at the Ziff Opera House. Buy tickets.

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Things to do in Miami

Things to Do in Miami in March

Explore the murals, breweries, and eateries in Wynwood

Explore the murals, breweries, and eateries in Wynwood
Visit the famed artwork on the Wynwood Walls and get the perfect photo backdrops for free! Then enjoy the best breweries of Miami along with tasty bites from the local eateries. There are Italian cafes and gelato spots that’ll have you staying all day long!

Taste Cuban cuisine in Little Havana

Taste Cuban cuisine in Little Havana
Miami is full of culinary delights and among them is Cuban cuisine. Miami locals tend to argue where the best cafecitos, pastelitos, and Cuban sandwiches are, but for the full tourist experience, Versailles Bakery in Little Havana is a must. Little Havana is Miami’s own little Cuba with art galleries and restaurants. La Carretta, Old’s Havana Cuban Bar & Cocina, El Rey De Las Fritas, are a few more Cuban cuisine choices!

Explore the Coral Castle

Explore the Coral Castle
One of the unexplained relics of Miami is the Coral Castle, built out of coral rocks by one man over a period of 28 years. It’s worth a visit as it’s not something you see every day. Prices start at $8 for children ages 7 through 12, $18 for adults.