Miami May 2022 Events

Miami May 2022 Events

Spend Memorial Day Weekend in Miami

Average temperature low and high: 74° - 83°
Visit Miami right before the rainy season; being the last month of Spring, temperatures are moderately hot, perfect for taking a dip in the ocean or other water activities. With COVID restrictions lifted and venues now allowed to operate at 100% capacity, there are lots of options for a memorable Memorial Day Weekend.

May Event Calendar

SOFLO Cake & Candy Expo

SOFLO Cake & Candy Expo

Calling all sugar lovers! The SOFLO Cake & Candy Expo is ideal for hobby bakers and professionals alike. Spend a sweet weekend filled with classes, cake competitions, demonstrations, and more! You can find it all at the Miami Airport Convention Center this April.

 

 

Miami Events in May

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Upcoming events

Fri, May 27 at The Ground Bikini Kill at The Ground [POSTPONED] Friday May 27, 2022
Sat, May 28 at The Ground Bikini Kill at The Ground [POSTPONED] Saturday May 28th, 2022

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Things to Do in Miami in May

Tan, shop, eat, and have drinks at South Beach

Tan, shop, eat, and have drinks at South Beach
Miami has plenty of beaches to choose from, and in May, the weather isn’t yet too hot to make being outside unbearable. South Beach is where it’s at; you can shop all morning at Ocean Drive, tan all afternoon, and visit some celebrity restaurants at night. The South Beach night scene will truly make your visit memorable!

Swim at the historic Venetian Pool in Coral Gables

Swim at the historic Venetian Pool in Coral Gables
Kids and adults alike love this old rock quarry filled with water to form a beautiful resort-style retreat. The Venetian Pool is a historic U.S. public swimming pool, so it fills up fast! Get there early to gain entry. Tickets will not be sold once the place reaches maximum capacity. Florida residents get discounted admission, while non-resident ticket prices start at $10 for children between 3 to 10, $15 for adults. Rates will vary during holiday weekends. Avoid the crowds by going during the weekdays.