Ten Things To Do This Weekend in Miami

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The weekend is here and if you've recovered from New Year's Eve partying, then there are some good times to be had. This weekend brings theater, al fresco dining, and basketball. It also kicks off both Jewish History Month and National YoungArts Week. If "being more engaged with the arts" was on your list of resolutions, then this is a good weekend to start.

Happy weekend.

See also: Our 2015 Wishlist for the Arts in Miami


  • Giralda Under the Stars at Coral Gables Street Fair: Dine al fresco at the Gables' monthly food fest.
  • Apollonia at Trade: One last chance to dance in the New Year with the Parisian DJ collective.
  • Beauty and the Beast at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts: The classic Disney musical closes on Sunday, so catch Mrs. Potts, Chip, and Lumiere before they become human again.
  • Saturday

  • Guys and Dolls at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center: Sky Masterson and Nathan Detroit croon about crime, gambling, and women.
  • Music On at Story Nightclub: The Italian-born DJ and fixture of the Ibiza dance scene brings his signature sound to Miami.
  • Sunday

  • Salute to Vienna at Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts: Party like it's 1899 in Austria. Why not?
  • Historic & Eco Friendly Bicycle Tours of Coconut Grove at Calamari Restaurant: This free and relaxing bike tour is the perfect post-NYE refresher.
  • Florida Jewish History Month Kickoff at the Jewish Museum of Florida: This kickoff celebration honors the Jewish pioneers of Miami Beach.
  • Miami Heat vs. Brooklyn Nets at the American Airlines Arena: Sure there will be basketball, but it's also another prime opportunity for a Chris Bosh photobomb.
  • National YoungArts Week 2015 at YoungArts: The week-long event dedicated to the talents of Miami's up-and-coming performers kicksoff today. See them before they're famous.
  • Follow Cultist on Facebook and Twitter @CultistMiami.

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