With the county-wide curfew being lifted in Miami-Dade recently, we’re more ready than ever to get out and enjoy the weekend. If you’re right there with us, keep reading below for this week’s picks for the best things to do in South Florida this weekend!
Let us know what your weekend plans are and remember, although the lifting of curfew is a positive step towards pre-pandemic normalcy, please stay safe by masking up and practicing social distancing when possible. Happy weekending!
Events This Weekend
The Las Olas Art Fair is back for their 100th Art Fair on Las Olas Blvd this Saturday and Sunday! The festival is a fusion of classic favorites with some of the newest names in the contemporary art scene. What first began decades ago as a small block festival now stretches along the Boulevard to offer one of the best art celebrations in South Florida.
The Art Fair offers the unique opportunity to meet with artists, ask about techniques, commission a specific piece and discover the inspiration behind each creation. After you enjoy the Art Fair, spend the rest of the evening on Las Olas Boulevard with the array of galleries, eclectic boutiques, and dining options in the area, from Cuban-American cuisine to fresh seafood caught in the Atlantic Ocean.
Masks are mandatory to enter the event and visitors are asked to reserve a free time slot when registering through the link below.
APR 24 | 10AM–5PM
620 East Las Olas Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
While some movie theaters remain closed, you can still enjoy a movie night out from the comfort of your own car at the City of Hialeah Parkflix Drive-In Movie Night! Each week they offer different movie selections and this Saturday they will be showing a screening of Disney favorite Moana.
There will be no food service or concessions available on site, but moviegoers are encouraged to pack their own snacks and goodies for the true movie theater experience (without the overpriced popcorn!) Movie audio will be broadcasted through an FM Radio station that will be provided upon entry.
This family-friendly event is open to the general public. Admission is $5.00 per vehicle and parking is on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendees will be required to be inside a vehicle to enter the event site, and masks must be worn to and from the restrooms.
🗓 APR 24 | 7PM–10PM
📍 Milander Park | 4700 Palm Avenue Hialeah, Florida 33013
If you’ve been looking to take up a new hobby, stop by the 1 Hotel South Beach this weekend for the Paint and Plant class! Led by local artist Davel Lavernia, follow along to learn techniques straight from Lavernia while sipping on a special earth month craft cocktail to get the creativity flowing as you paint and plant your seed in your freshly painted pot.
Bring a friend along for a relaxing Sunday afternoon activity. Tickets to the class include a terracotta plant pot, sustainable painting tools and paint, seeds, and one earth month cocktail.
🗓 APR 25 | 5PM–6PM
📍 1 Beach Club | 2341 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Ole! Live Flamenco Tablao is bringing a taste of Spain to the outdoor main stage at The Doral Yard this Friday. Stop by with the whole family to enjoy a fiery and passionate performance of authentic Flamenco dancing.
A community hub designed to foster local entrepreneurship and culture, The Doral Yard also features a variety of different food vendors. Feast on eats and delicious drinks at The Bar at The Yard and at the newly opened Main Street Bar while enjoying the show.
🗓 APR 23 | 8PM–10PM
📍 The Doral Yard | 8455 Northwest 53rd Street #Suite 106 Doral, Florida 33166
🗓 APR 23 | 7PM–2AM
📍 The Hippie Haven | 450 Northwest 71st Street Miami, Florida 33150
More Events Happening in South Florida This Weekend
GeoAg Art Miami Earth Day
APR 24 | 2PM-6PM
Community Sculpture: “Molding the Future” with Lauren Shapiro
APR 24 | 2:30PM-3:30PM
The Full Moon Glow-UP
APR 24 | 6:30PM-9PM
Earth Day Miami Beach Yoga
APR 24 | 9AM-10:30AM
Earth Day Drive-In
APR 22 | 4PM-7:30PM
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Can’t get enough of the best things to do in Miami? Make sure to check back every week to see what events are going down near you, virtually, or within a safe, 6-foot distance.