Things To Do

Free Events This Week in Miami: Miami Soul Train, Dusk Pool Party, and an Olympic-Themed Swim

Happy Monday, Miamians. This week brings plenty of events, and the best part is they're all free.       

Monday 
  • Music at Government Center: Start your week with a free concert during your Monday-morning commute on Metrorail at the Government Center station. 
Tuesday 
  • Free Film at Miami Jazz Society: Catch a free flick beginning at 6:15 p.m. 
  • Yoga at Bayfront Park: Join a complimentary yoga session at the Southeast Financial Center. 
Wednesday
  • Olympic-Themed Night Swim at the Delano: Beginning at 8 p.m., swim in an infinity pool surrounded by Olympic decor and floats while participating in interactive games too. 
  • In the Lobby Lounge at Olympia Theater: The monthly event will be Spanglish-themed, combining English and Spanish performances. 
Thursday 
  • The Miami Soul Train in Downtown Miami (1440 N. Miami Ave., Miami): Enjoy a night of funky tunes on the Metromover courtesy of Miami-Dade Transit. 
  • Noctiluca Dusk Pool Party at the Shore Club: DJs will play tropical and deep-house beats while guests swim under the stars.
Friday 
  • Free Friday Evening Guided Tours at the Wolfsonian: Learn more about the museum's collections and related art and design themes during a 45-minute guided tour. 
  • Sounds of Little Haiti at Little Haiti Cultural Center: From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., enjoy live music, along with neighborhood art studios and venues open to the public. 

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Clarissa Buch is a reporter and food critic who has covered Miami for more than half a decade. Her work focuses on food and culture (and food culture).
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