Ten Things To Do This Weekend in Miami

You've worked hard to enjoy the weekend, and now it's finally here. This weekend the Magic City offers up some of its best entertainment, from museums to 70s rockers, Weezy, and theater. It's all at your fingertips. Happy weekend, Miami. 


KC & the Sunshine Band at Hard Rock Live: If this is the way you like it, get your groove on with the '70s legend.

F@B Fridays at the Bass Museum of Art: Relieve your work stress with improv and cocktails at the Miami Beach museum.


Fleetwood Mac at American Airlines Arena: The band is currently in the middle of its hit U.S. tour, appropriately titled On With the Show.

Archaeology Day at Deering Estate: A full day of events to celebrate the joy of archaeology.

Lil Wayne at Revolution Live: Weezy is worth the drive to Fort Lauderdale.

Basetrack Live at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center: The performance weaves together photos, video, live music, and text based on the real experience of Marines, to bring to stage stories of separation, familial issues, and the challenges of service.


Jazz in the Gardens at Sun Life Stadium: Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the event celebrates up-and-coming hip hop artists from Miami Gardens.

Biscayne-Everglades Greenway Bike Festival at Homestead-Miami Speedway: The sixth-annual Biscayne-Everglades Greenway Bike Festival’s 42-mile loop is the perfect place to prove your mettle.

The Fast and Funniest at Just the Funny: The company offers edge-of-your-seat improv action.

Japanese Spring Festival at Miami Beach Botanical Garden: The free annual festival features authentic Japanese activities, art and entertainment.

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