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The latest events canceled or postponed in Miami

An up-to-date list of latest Miami events canceled, postponed and suspended this spring

Written by
Time Out Miami editors
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Here at Time Out, we’re all about helping you experience the best of the city. At the same time, organizers of many large-scale events in Miami are currently taking appropriate precautions that could halt your local adventures.

From festivals and plays to street fairs, many of our annual happenings are being postponed or canceled to ensure event-goers’ safety. 

As things change and officials make decisions on which Miami events will be canceled, we’ll be here to update you on what’s happening. Check back often as we’ll be sharing new information as it comes our way.

Latest events canceled in Miami

  • Things to do
  • Festivals

After a somewhat disastrous move to Virginia Key Beach Park last year, the festival makes a triumphant return to its decade-long home at Bayfront Park. Like previous years, Ultra 2020 provides three days of dance music spread across multiple stages with headliners like Flume, Gesaffelstein, Major Lazer and Zedd, among others. 

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  • Restaurants
  • South Beach
  • price 2 of 4

Have you ever flipped through a copy of Time Out Miami magazine and wanted to just take a bite out of it? Yeah, we kind of feel the same way when we’re writing about all that delicious stuff and sorting through those food photos. We have, on more than one occasion, nearly drooled onto our keyboard. That’s sort of the thought process behind Time Out Market: take all these amazing chefs, restaurants and dishes that we rave about and get them all together in one place, the perfect culinary sample of a city. Simply put, the only chefs, bars, restaurants we consider for Time Out Market have already been celebrated by Time Out editors. So before the first drink is poured or the first dish is served, we know it’s a five-star destination. For everything there is to know about the eateries, drinks and art at TOMM, click here.

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  • Things to do
  • Downtown

It’s young, but South Florida does have a past and a lively one at that. Tracing the history of the region, from early Indians to rafting Cubans, HistoryMiami succeeds in educating while entertaining. The exhibits on the wreckers of Key West and Henry Flagler both merit an extended look, as does the section on photographer Ralph Middleton Munroe.

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  • Things to do
  • Sport events

Our annual star-studded tennis tournament returns to its flashy new home at Hard Rock Stadium. Expect the same sporty-chic crowds and luxe activations, including private cabana suites and glittering champagne gardens. Oh, yeah, and ripping tennis matchups.

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • East Little Havana
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Café La Trova is the delicious byproduct of a most fruitful partnership: James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein, her chef/restaurateur husband David Martinez, and nationally acclaimed cantinero Julio Cabrera. The old-Cuba style fits right in with Little Havana’s nostalgia-tinged nightlife scene. Cabrera’s cocktail menu takes you back in time from pre-Revolutionary Cuba to present-day Miami: channel the island’s most famous midcentury expat with a Hemingway Special (rum, maraschino, grapefruit and lime), drink to Havana’s famed Hotel Nacional (rum, apricot liquor, pineapple and lime) or sip on a Yin & Tony, an updated gin & tonic with an amusing phonetic moniker. Bernstein puts her own spin on the Cuban classics, serving a Spanish-inspired Cubano with Serrano jam, empandas filled with hand-cut steak and an unbelievable paella croqueta.

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  • Things to do
  • Festivals
  • Coral Gables

Picture a battalion of gourmet chefs cooking the fattest, most succulent pigs known to man, sommeliers pairing fine wines with delectable dishes and teams competing in a swine showdown to see who will be crowned the Prince or Princess of Pork. All that and more is going down at this annual extravaganza, and it’s going to be delish.

  • Things to do
  • Festivals

Miami Beach Gay Pride marks its 12th anniversary with an extended nine-day celebration, a sprawling village featuring free live music performances at Lummus Park and, of course, the grand finale parade. The party takes over Ocean Drive and surrounding areas, but you can find Pride activations all around the city, from the beach to the mainland, throughout the week. Locations vary

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  • Things to do
  • Performances

If you missed Lin-Manuel Miranda’s cultural phenomenon during its touring debut at the Broward Center last winter, never fear: The Arsht is hosting the box-office–shattering rap musical about the statesman’s foibles and his invaluable contributions to the founding of our republic.

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  • Things to do
  • Performances

This award-winning immersive theater production that recently made its sold-out Off-Broadway debut in New York City lands in Little Haiti for a four-day run. Following a day in the lives of four black gay men, the collaborative, experiential play offers audiences an intimate view into their lives, exploring the complex relationships they have to faith, family, community, friends and themselves. 

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs

Bringing together all walks of raver life for the fifteenth year, Get Lost has established itself as one of the craziest parties of Miami Music Week, lasting for a staggering 24-hours. 

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