Things to Do in Miami After Easter

Things to Do in Miami After Easter

The fun in Miami never stops and this week is jam-packed with activities from sports, to charity events to Passover events that you simply do not want to miss. So get a Miami furnished apartment and enjoy the week!


Sports fans will certainly have the time of their lives this week as there are a lot of sports events happening.

Over at Marlins Park is the baseball match between the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins on April 7 at 7:30 pm. Admission price starts at $16. There will also be a Passover Week celebration at the same location on April 8. From April 10 to April 12, the Tampa Bay Rays will be going up against the Miami Marlins for their MLB matchup.At the BB&T Center will be the Southeast Division hockey matchup between the Boston Bruins and Florida Panthers on April 9, 2015 at 7:30 pm. On the same day there will be a Broward County PBA Law Enforcement Appreciation Night where a portion of the proceeds from group ticket sales will go straight for the benefits of The Broward PBA Hope Fund. This will be held during the Boston Bruins at Florida Panthers and will last until midnight. On April 11, at the same location, will be the Southeast Division matchup between the New Jersey Devils and Florida Panthers.

There will also be an Eastern Conference game between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat over at the American Airlines Arena on April 9 at 8 pm. The Toronto Raptors and Miami Heat will be having their Eastern Conference game at the same location on April 11.

Proud to be LGBT? The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) will be holding the Spotlight Mega-Mixer on April 7 from 6 to 9pm at Shore Club South Beach. The event will serve as the kick-off to the Miami Beach Gay Pride Celebration.

Over at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is the classical Chinese dance production of Shen Yun Performing Arts. The show will run from April 7 to April 8 at 7:30 pm and admission ranges from $85 – $205.

Aspiring entrepreneurs will be interested to know that the Center for Social Change at 2103 Coral Way will be holding a class/workshop entitled E-Commerce for Beginners on April 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Here beginners will learn the basic ropes on how to create and operate the ideal online store for their niche. The class will also tackle the different types of eCommerce platforms and will allow these entrepreneurs to pick which will suits their products the best. Also to be tackled are lessons in branding, showcasing and other need-to-knows such as taxes, customer satisfaction and website traffic.

If you are just in Miami for the idea of a total leisure trip or you’re a history buff who simply wants his historical appetite appeased, try the QCT Miami Daily City Tour at the Bayside Marketplace. The tour dedicates 90 minutes and 2 and a half hours of guided walking tours around the historical 100 years preserved in the heart of Miami. Included in the tours are trips to Downtown and its shopping district, Miami’s two early suburbs (Miami Beach and Coconut Grove) and other Miami sight such as its Art Deco and Spanish-style architecture. The tour will run from April 6 to April 15.

Meanwhile the 13th Heineken TransAtlantic Festival will be held at the North Beach Bandshell on April 10 to April 11 from 6pm to 11pm. This annual music event, dubbed as the “Best Festival” by the Miami New Times, will bring music from all over the globe into one place. This year will be having indie artists Wild Belle, Budos Band, Ana Tijoux and Puerto Candelaria. Miami’s own My Deer and Bluejay will also be performing.

If you’re a visiting or a resident foodie, you might want to trek over to the Atlantic Hotel & Spa on April 11 for the Aloha! An Oceanfront Polynesian Luau food tasting/social event. Aside from great Polynesian food, there will be music and a live hula shows to accompany it.

Over at the Florida International University – Modesto A. Maidique Campus on April 11 will be the Florida Social Con – Social Media Conference. Attendees will be able to learn how to take advantage of social media as a business marketing platform as well as have any social media related questions answered.

The Miami Rowing Club will be holding the Miami International Dragon Boat Festival on April 11 which is a canoeing fair/festival great for companies and communities to get together and have some fun. At the same time fitness and camaraderie will be put into the limit in this dragon boat race. On the same day, Lummus Park will be playing host to the Miami River Rally / Miami Riverday Festival which is sponsored by the Miami River Commission.