It may be fall, but Coconut Grove’s Summer Movies in the Park series continues at the Barnacle. This weekend, catch the hilarious follow-up to Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers. As always, moviegoers are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets and snacks to enjoy during the flick.
The Little Havana street party and gallery week, now in its 18th year, celebrates Latin culture with an old-school pachanga, featuring art exhibits, live music and dancing in one of Miami's most famous cultural hubs. Various food and drink vendors routinely set up on the sidewalk along the strip. Calle Ocho between 13th and 17th Aves. Sept 28 7–11pm
Halloween isn’t for another month, but it’s never too soon to get in the eerie spirit. Join HistoryMiami’s on a walk through one of Miami’s oldest cemeteries, Woodlawn Park North, where you’ll see the final resting places of some of Miami’s most notable families. The tour includes stops at famous mausoleums and monuments, including some dedicated to American soldiers and leaders of the Bay of Pigs Invasion. The tour departs from Caballero Rivero Woodlawn Park North Cemetery and Mausoleum (3260 SW 8th St) and admission to the museum is included in the ticket price.
With so much green space, it’d be a shame not to take your workout outdoors in Coconut Grove. Join Daybreaker, as it takes its daytime party to the Barnacle for a waterfront, 1960s shindig that kicks off with a connective yoga flow led by Lizzy Chiappy of Casa Vinyasa followed by a fun dance break. Hydrate with matcha lattes, kombucha and other good-for-you bevs.
Wynwood isn’t the only place with large-scale works of art. Head to Doral for CityPlace’s first annual’s live art battle and watch as local artists face off to create custom installations. You’ll vote on the winner, dance to live music, throw back a few cocktails and have an overall above-average mall experience.
Through Sun 30
Immerse yourself in a multisensory experience comprising music, visuals, technology and performance art created by more than 30 artists from Miami and beyond. The fully interactive pop-up puts you in the center of multiple works spread out across a sprawling raw space inside Brickell City Centre. Each day of the four-day event brings new installations and shows designed to challenge and inspire. Though if the art doesn’t do it for you, the cocktails might.
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