March 01, 2016
During the month of March, Miami is in full swing. Whether you are drawn to the pumping bass of Ultra Music Festival, the countless flicks during the Miami International Film Festival, or just want to relax and explore the arts side of the city, there are plenty of happenings around town to keep you busy. We narrowed down some of our favorites--check them out below.
La Nuit en Rose at Mondrian South Beach
The only festival dedicated to rose comes to South Beach the first weekend of March. This South Beach affair will include a Friday Night Rosé Wine Pairing Dinner, a Saturday Rosé Sunset Party and a Sunday Afternoon Rosé Brunch with unlimited wine pours from a selection of over 50+ rosé wines, live DJ and more. Dress code: White and/or pink! Browse ticketing options here.
Friday-Sunday, March 4-6. Various times.
Miami International Film Festival
This annual festival that seeks to raise the level of films and exposure to film in the Miami area is celebrating its 33 year this time around. For about two weeks, you'll be able to spend your evenings at various venues watching under the rader films, indie flicks, foreign masterpieces and more. Be sure to catch "I'm Never Not From Miami," whch features local artist (and Back of House alum) AHOLSNIFFSGLUE. Full schedule and information here.
March 4-13, various
Singer Songwriter Series: Zoe Fromer at The Wynwood Yard
Join Miami jazz singer (and Back of House alum) Zoe Fromer for a night of live music, hand-crafted cocktails, draft beer, and delicious food. Bring your blanket and hang out in the yard for a relaxed and inviting Saturday night. More info.
Saturday, March 5, 8pm
Miami Music Week at Delano
This year, Delano South Beach returns as the official Miami Music Week Hotel. Join us for an unforgettable MMW experience at Delano Beach Club and FDR, where you’ll see acts such as Klingande, Disclosure, Robin Schulz and more. Staying with us that week? You’ll get complimentary wristbands to the events on property. Tickets and lineup info.
Tuesday-Sunday, March 15-20.
The annual tennis tournament is back, and the two week long festivities will bring some of the most famous names in tennis right here to Key Biscayne. Situated a short causeway away from the bustle of Downtown Miami, Key Biscayne's Crandon Park transforms into a tennis village with sponsor booths, entertainment, children's activities and more. Browse the schedule & buy tickets here.
March 21-April 3. Various.
Sea Movies: SPLASH at the Perez Art Museum
After the Film Festival ends, the film fun continues thanks to a new montly film installation at PAMM. This time around, SPLASH will be screened. Film is free with museum admission, which is $16 for adults.
March 24, 7-10pm
For more happenings around Miami, be sure to check out our Happenings Page.