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The best things to do in Miami this weekend: July 28–30

Virginia Gil
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Fri 28

Disrupt Miami

Tap into Miami’s creative community at this monthly breakfast meet-up led by top local innovators. This month's panel discussion will be centered around education, and the role the private sector is playing to improve the quality of education in our schools. The discussion will be moderated by Raquel Regalado, former head of the Miami Dade School Board, with panelists including Pamela Hollingsworth, senior vice president of the Early Learning Coalition; Natalia Montano, owner of Aquamarina School, among others involved in Miami's educational landscape. Complimentary breakfast will be served before the talk.

OVO 

Named for the Portuguese word for “egg,” Cirque du Soleil’s OVO is a showcase of biodiversity and acrobatic talent that you don’t want to miss. The show, which boasts all the stunning visuals and stunts we've come to expect from the Cirque brand, will take over the AAA this weekend.

Sat 29

Miami Salsa Congress

Get ready for five days of hip-shaking, arm-swaying programming during the 16th annual dance extravaganza. The Latin music festival, one of the largest of its kind, features a grouping of the world’s top salsa talent, including musicians, dancers, DJs and bands. The event touts a variety of pool parties, evening galas, dance workshops and live concerts.

DND Sunny's Pool Party

The Hall's weekly Do Not Disturb pool party features vintage Miami vibes with a live DJ, drinks and plenty of bikinis. This boutique hotel is the perfect place to kill an afternoon with a bottle of bubbly. Stop by Sunny's, the Hall's restaurant, afterward for some delicious bites.

El Clásico

El Clásico, an exhibition between two of the most powerful teams in soccer, comes to Miami. Watching these two teams duke it out away from home is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for die-hard fans.

Sun 30

Florida Supercon

Our state’s biggest annual convention of all things comic-book culture returns to Broward County. Stop by to meet celebrities or nerd out on rare merchandise. The four-day event features panels, film screenings, Q&As and plenty of cosplay.

Prince Royce

The multiplatinum, Bronx-born superstar—known for hits like “Back It Up” and “Stuck on a Feeling”—takes the stage with special guest Luis Coronel.

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