Miami September 2024

Miami September 2024 Events

Miami September 2024 Events

Average temperature low and high: 75°- 88°
Miami in September - a hotbed of possibilities without the hotbed of tourists. As temperatures rise to a sizzling 88°F, the city's beaches, culture, and events invite a more intimate exploration. Picture yourself savoring the Miami Spice festival's luxurious dining or getting a front-row seat at the Brazilian Film Festival. You might even dabble in a home makeover at the Home Design and Remodeling Show. It's Miami's less crowded embrace; consider it a warm (and humid) welcome just for you.

September Event Calendar

Miami Spice Restaurant Months

Miami Spice Restaurant Months

Try bold, delicious dishes from some of the best chefs in Miami during Miami Spice Restaurant Month(s). Throughout August and September, enjoy special tasting menus at special prices - $30/$35 for brunch or lunch and $45/$60 for dinner.  Participating restaurants will be announced on July 2024. This is an excellent opportunity to try that restaurant you've been considering.

Miami Events in September

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

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Things to do in Miami

Things to Do in Miami in September

Dine and shop on Lincoln Road

Dine and shop on Lincoln Road
Walk along this popular tourist spot in Miami. Visitors can find various shops, restaurants, and bars while taking in the iconic architecture of the area. Shop your way in true Miami style and grab lunch or dinner here, as it is a popular place to eat at, especially at night. Lincoln Road is known as an iconic pedestrian district and a hub for modern culture seekers! Perfect for families, friends or colleagues!

Visit Little Havana

Visit Little Havana
Get an authentic taste of Hispanic culture in this vibrant Cuban neighborhood located just west of Downtown Miami. Stroll through the famed Calle Ocho strip, filled with Latin-inspired restaurants, cafés, and markets. Stop by Versailles Restaurant for an afternoon cortado, and spend some time at Gomez Park watching the pros chat over politics and play an intense game of dominoes. If you happen to stop by on the last Friday of the month, Little Havana hosts Viernes Culturales, Little Havana’s art and cultural festival, where visitors will get to discover local artists, dance to live music and shop.