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Local February Events with Luciana Barreto

Local Februrary Events

Candlelight Valentine’s Day Concert

Scottish Rite Temple

February 10th

Courtesy of Fever

Experience the enchantment of a live, multi-sensory musical event in breathtaking Miami locations like never before. Secure your tickets now to uncover the musical magic of Abba at Jungle Island or “Romeo and Juliet” and more during the Valentine’s Day Special at Scottish Rite Temple. All set under the soft, flickering glow of candlelight.

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Pet Portraits

Dale Zine Shop Design District

February 10th

Visit Dale Zine’s fabulous new location in the Design District this weekend and pamper your beloved furry friend with a glamorous portrait session they truly deserve. For just $10, your good boy or girl will receive the full model treatment, including a Valentine’s-themed photo backdrop and props. While you’re there, explore the art book shop’s unique offerings and enjoy the opening exhibition of paintings and drawings by local graphic artist Gabriel Alcala.

Learn more here.

Courtesy of TimeOut

Garden D’Amore Concert

Fairchild Tropical Garden

February 14th

Courtesy of Fairchild Tropical Garden

Immerse yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of a magical evening designed to elevate the essence of Valentine’s Day for you and your special someone. Our live music performance will serenade you with soulful tunes, creating the perfect soundtrack for your romantic night. Let the melodies set the mood as you share moments of connection and joy with your loved one.

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Miami International Boat Show

Various Locations

February 14th-18th

Explore everything from kayaks to superyachts and the latest aquatic advancements at the world’s largest boat and yacht exhibition. The on-land segment of the event will be hosted at the newly reimagined Miami Beach Convention Center and Pride Park. The in-water elements of the show will be held at Venetian Marina, Herald Plaza, Museum Park Marina, and Yacht Haven Grande Miami. Historically, the Miami International Boat Show and Miami Yacht Show have drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to South Florida and have collectively generated an estimated annual economic impact of $1.34 billion.

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Courtesy of Miami International Boat Show

Art Wynwood

One Herald Plaza Downtown

February 14th -18th

Courtesy of Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau

Art Wynwood, presented by Art Miami, is set to make its 11th appearance during Presidents Day Weekend. This event offers a distinctive opportunity for art aficionados to discover and acquire contemporary, emerging, and modern art from over 50 international galleries. The showcase encompasses a diverse range of artistic expressions, featuring works from the 20th and 21st centuries, post-war, pop, street art, and various modern and contemporary genres.

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Lunar New Year at Jaya at Setai, Miami Beach

Various Locations

February 9th-11th

Jaya, whose name signifies victory in Sanskrit, ensures that every dining experience is a triumph. In honor of the Chinese New Year, Jaya presents its sixth-annual Asian Night Bazaar, featuring three nights of celebration. From February 9 to 11, guests can revel in nightly live entertainment, including traditional lion and dragon shows, martial arts demonstrations, drummers, a contortionist, and a DJ. Delight in Jaya’s renowned Peking Duck and Dim Sum, complemented by hand-crafted cocktails and other delectable libations.

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Courtesy of Secret Miami

Miami Concours

Miami Design District

February 18th

Courtesy of Luxury Guide USA

The Miami Concours stands as one of the nation’s most highly anticipated motoring events, held annually in the vibrant Miami Design District. The pinnacle of the event takes place on Sunday, where a distinguished red carpet is unfurled to present an extraordinary array of hand-picked, world-class automobiles and collectors from across the country. This prestigious gathering not only showcases sought-after exotic post-war vehicles, but also iconic models from renowned luxury motoring brands such as Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Pagani, Maserati, Jaguar, Ford, BMW, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz. Additionally, attendees will be treated to an unparalleled display of legendary Hypercars and Supercars.

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Coconut Grove Art Festival

Bayshore Drive, Coconut Grove

February 17-19th

Coconut Grove has been hailed as Miami’s original art district for many years. In 1963, local theater luminary Charlie Cinnamon rallied a few residents to recreate an outdoor Parisian exhibition to drum up publicity for the Coconut Grove Playhouse’s production of Irma la Douce. Originally from New York, Cinnamon relocated to Miami in the late 1950s, eager to leave his mark on the city. It was a visit to the Coconut Grove Playhouse that set him on the path to becoming a prominent figure in Miami’s arts scene. Today, over fifty years later, the modest clothesline arts fair has evolved into the renowned Coconut Grove Arts Festival – one of the largest outdoor arts festivals in the nation.

Buy tickets here.

Courtesy of CGAF

South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Various Locations

February 22nd – 25th

Courtesy of South Beach Food & Wine Festival

The Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One (SOBEWFF®) is a prestigious, star-studded, four-day event that serves as a national destination for showcasing the skills of the world’s most celebrated wine and spirits producers, chefs, and culinary personalities. All net proceeds from the Festival go toward benefiting the Florida International University Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management.

Learn more about the event here.

Public Art Tour

Miami Design District

February 10th & 24th

Discover the Miami Design District with us on a captivating walking tour, where we delve into the rich history of art and architecture that defines this vibrant neighborhood. Immerse yourself in the outdoor installations and murals, including iconic pieces such as the Buckminster Fuller Fly’s Eye Dome, Virgil Abloh’s Dollar a Gallon, Amani Lewis’ Baltimore’s Finest, and many more.

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