Miami November 2022

Miami November 2022 Events

Miami November 2022 Events

Keep it Cool in Miami this November

Average temperature low and high: 68° - 82°  
Temperatures might be cooling down but the fun is just heating up as Miami moves into holiday season. The 3-day Caribbean Music Festival, Miami Beach Pop Festival, and the Miami Food Festival are just some of the highlights for your visit along with the other legendary Miami sights to behold when the weather is perfect for being outdoors.  

November 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. 

Rum Renaissance Festival

Rum Renaissance Festival

Come one, come all to the 13th annual Rum Renaissance Festival. Taste some of the best rums from around the world and learn from industry experts while you’re at it. Back in 2008, this small tasting event held just over a hundred people. Now, it is one of the largest gathering of trade professionals. Never fear, every day rum enthusiasts are welcome, too. Tasting tickets are $39 and can be purchased online. 

Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival

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The Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival offers an entertaining experience for you to feast on spicy jerk cuisine and enjoy live music while basking in the cool island vibes. The festival has a distinctly Caribbean flavor with a warm, positive vibe. Enjoy comfort and style while enjoying outdoor, cultural performances.

Miami Book Fair

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Join the Miami Book Fair for author readings, workshops, and conversations about the world of books. This year, the event will be resuming its live event, so you can experience hundreds of readers and expand your mind on everything book-related in person again.

Cochon555’s Heritage Fire Miami

Cochon555’s Heritage Fire Miami

This culinary festival’s general admission includes three hours of enjoying the best locally-sourced bites and brews. At the center of the festival is a ‘snout-to-hoof’ pork cooking competition between five local chefs. VIP admission grants an extra hour of fun with two special dish previews, a more expansive list of wines and spirits, and access to the whole-bottle Bourbon punch competition "Punch Kings."

Vintage Auto Show

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For just $7 – $15 a ticket, you can witness some of the most incredible vintage automobiles. You'll get to enjoy a variety of vintage vehicles from 1959 and older, along with historic tractors on site. The Vintage Auto Show is a great day out for the entire family as children can participate in a scavenger hunt using photo clues to spot a selection of vintage cars.

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Things to do in Miami

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A go-to restaurant for burgers, wings, and drinks, the Over/Under is a low-key favorite for those looking to chow down in a cool and quirky place. This restaurant may be no-frills, but the Longshot Burger and Friend Chicken Sandwich are satisfying meals. The bar is well stocked with beer, liquor, and frozen cocktails, like the Frozen Drank - made with either rum or mezcal - and frozen Irish coffee.


Billing itself as the most famous Cuban restaurant in the world, Versailles is a cafeteria, bar, restaurant, and coffee shop all-in-one. It is a vital part of Miami's Cuban community that serves food, coffee, and history. Founded in 1971, Versailles became a place for Cuban exiles to discuss plans about overthrowing Fidel Castro and is a landmark among Little Havana's Cuban-Americans.