Music, Culture, Art & More
The South Florida metro area is an international melting pot and celebrity hot spot. Our rich historic, ethnic and cultural diversity is celebrated year-round. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy festivals and community gatherings like Carnaval Miami, African-American Kwanzaa Fest, King Orange Jamboree, Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition, Miami and Ft. Lauderdale Film Festivals, Renaissance Festival, Coconut Grove Arts Festival and the Three Kings Day Parade.
Concert tours come through here each year, giving you an opportunity to see big-name performers and eclectic bands from all genres. You can also attend beautiful and historic venues that host the internationally acclaimed Miami City Ballet, South Florida Symphony Orchestra and New World Symphony Orchestra. World-class art exhibits make regular stops in South Florida, displaying at the Miami Art Museum or the University of Miami's Lowe Art Museum. And you never know whose work you might see at the more than 100 art galleries that dot the streets of Miami Beach and Coral Gables.
Discovering something exciting and different to do in South Florida is never a problem. You can visit award-winning attractions like Zoo Miami and the Miami Seaquarium, breathtaking botanical gardens, outlet malls and elegant shopping districts. You can take in the action at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino complex which includes fine dining, shopping and concert stages, as well as full casino services.
Still hungry for more? Menus that cater to all tastes in food and walks of life are around every corner. Savor local seafood at an oceanside spot, try something new and exotic, or grab a gelato under the night sky.You can also enjoy some star-gazing at the many upscale restaurants that draw celebrities from throughout South Florida. Famous people have found their best lifestyle here too.