Last Minute Holidays Celebration in Miami

Last Minute Holidays Celebration in Miami

Tis the season to be jolly because South Beach has a lot in store for you this holiday season! Here are some exciting events for this week!

The Nutcracker (December 23)
The holidays are always a time of tradition and for years, a lot of families have been setting up their Christmas trees, singing Christmas songs and telling children how Santa Claus is going to leave presents under the Christmas tree. In Miami, a recent tradition is going on, called the Nutcracker. Miami City Ballet’s annual Nutcracker event at the Adrienne Arsht Center follows a little girl and her Nutcracker prince as they go to a wonderful journey through a lush winterscape full of faeries and snowflakes. The show begins this Saturday at 2 pm and will continue until Christmas Eve. Tickets go from $25 to $89. This is a fun-filled event that is best enjoyed with family.

Christmas Brunch (December 25)
We are all used to a family dinner every Christmas, but what about if we make a new tradition? Christmas brunch at the Vagabond Kitchen and Bar this Sunday from 11am to 6pm will give a whole new meaning to family tradition during Christmas. Imagine yourself with your family in Vagabond’s restaurant and eating your favorites such as buttered chicken, bagels, oysters, omelets, oysters and a lot more. And of course, don’t forget those popular bottomless mimosas and bellinis. Make sure to bring along your family for this momentous and unforgettable Christmas brunch. Prices go for $45 for adults and $35 for your children. The bottomless drinks go for $18 and $9 if you prefer a single glass. Vagabond is also throwing a Christmas Eve dinner which is for $69 for adults and for children under 12 years old, price is at $35.

Jingle Bowl (December 24)
So, you think this must be a Christmas concert, think again. This is for the Dolphins fans who could not miss an event to support their favorite team. Yes, the Miami Dolphins will continue to explode their fins to be in the playoffs. Although this is still their first time in the Zachary Taylor administration, the team along with their fans have not changed and continued to stand out even through sunshine and roses. People will celebrate and sing Jingle Bowl in Gastropub. This is where more fun begins as there will be football fares being served, not to mention Bud Light will be handed out free to every guest who arrives between noon to 12:30 (with RSVP). We are sure that fans will not miss this pivotal game against Buffalo Bills this Christmas Eve.

When all the world is celebrating the holidays, Miami continues to be fun and exciting to their visitors and even to the locals. Along with the various events, each day will always be distinctive when you are here in the city where laughing, smiling, eating, dancing, singing, and everything that you can think of never stops. Once you step into this place, happiness for the Holidays is real.