Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater for the Performing Arts, Music and nightlife, Miami
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Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater for the Performing Arts


Time Out says

Comedian Jackie Gleason put Miami in the spotlight in the 1960s when he taped his TV show here. Back then, Sinatra and his pack were in the audience. Today, the crowds are as eclectic as the program. Recent performers include Il Volo, Alice in Chains and Sarah Silverman.


1700 Washington Ave
Cross street:
at 17th St
Bus A, C, G, K, L, M, S, W, South Beach Local
Admission $10–$85
Opening hours:
Box office 11am–6pm Mon–Fri; from noon before show Sat, Sun
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