The weekend is finally here, and this weekend there's plenty to keep you busy. From art to dance, music and gardens, the Magic City will keep you entertained.
Enjoy your weekend, Miami — you've earned it.
- Viernes Culturales at Little Havana: The Little Havana celebration of fine arts, culture and food returns for another month.
Cookie's Kid at Light Box at Goldman Warehouse: A solo dance choreographed and danced by Miami-based Rosie Herrera.
- Noah's Ark at Northwestern High School: Orchestra Miami performs Benjamin Britten’s opera based on the biblical tale.
TAZ Closing Reception at Museum of Contemporary Art: MOCA closes its first exhibition TAZ, short for Temporary Autonomous Zones, on Saturday.
- META 4: Endurance at Opa-locka Arts and Recreation Center: The Endurance exhibition celebrates Haiti’s vast contributions to humanity and features artists Asser Saint-Val, Guy Syllien, James Brutus, and Nzingah Oniwosan, in addition to filmmakers Dudley Alexis and Jason Fitzroy Jeffers.
Chihuly at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden: The exhibition of Chihuly glass around the iconic garden closes on Sunday. Catch it before it's gone.
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