Miami is a hotbed of events and every week there is always something new to look forward to regardless of what your preferences or hobbies are. From family activities to tours that one can enjoy alone, Miami doesn’t seem to run out with activities for tourists and locals alike.
If you want to be amazed, bring your family to an event that they will talk about for a month or would want to impress that special someone with a mind-blowing experience, trek over to the Sun Life Stadium at Dan Marino Blvd. because Cirque du Soleil: Amaluna is in town! The kid-friendly show will bring its audiences to “a mysterious island governed by the Goddesses and guided by the cycles of the moon. When a group of young men arrives on the island, an epic, emotional love story ensues”. Cirque du Soleil will be in town from December 16th up to January 4th. Tickets range from $30 to $265.
If you are a lover of the arts, head over to Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Fifth Avenue, Arts and Science District as the Shen Yun Performing Arts is here. There’s classical Chinese dance and an orchestral company who is sharing the wonderful world of traditional Chinese culture through exquisite choreography, stunning costumes and sublime music. Their show will run from December 26th through December 28th.
If you want to celebrate Chanukah during your stay in Miami, Temple Emanu-El at the corner of Washington Avenue in Miami Beach will be holding a Chanukah Celebration on December 16th. There will be music, dancing, food, and a talk by Rabbi Yoel Glick, author of “Living the Life of Jewish Meditation”. Though tickets are $25 for nonmembers and $20 for members, it includes access to the lecture, an autographed copy of the books as well as access to the Chanukah party.
For animal lovers, the Hollywood Animal Hospital will be holding the Broward Meals on Wheels for Pets Food Drive on the 15th all the way up to the 20th. It is a benefit/fundraiser where donations of pet food will be given to the pets of homebound seniors.
If you are looking for a relaxing activity during your stay, Gentle Yoga with Stacey at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami in 76th Avenue can help you will that. Yoga is made out of a series meditative exercises that can help you relax as well as strengthen your mental health without the hassle of gyms and mental process exercises. It can also help you become more flexible without becoming one with the ballerinas at ballet. Just bring a mat and stretchable clothes whenever you will take the time to try it out. Classes are $12.
Foodies and culture buffs will certainly love the South Beach Tour event over at Ocean Drive and 8th St. where one can enjoy a walking tour of the Art Deco Historic District while enjoying a gastronomic experience. You can experience this for a fee of $59.