Ellie Goulding will be presenting her Delirium World Tour in Miami. She will be performing songs from her new album Delirium, including her hit single “Love Me Like You Do”, which reached the top charts in over 70 countries and it is part of the 50 Shades of Grey soundtrack.

The concert is scheduled for June 3rd at 7:00pm at The American Airlines Arena. Tickets are available at http://www.aaarena.com/events/detail/ellie-goulding and www.ticketmaster.com

If you are traveling from outside Miami, book your stay with us. We are offering our Pick a Perk Promotion available here at our web page.

Don’t miss out on this amazing concert!


This weekend in Miami – Craft Brews and Spirits or… Yoga and Classical Music…

Craft Spirits & Beer Wynwood Miami

Not sure what to do with yourself this weekend? We recommend skipping the rental car and cabbing it to Wynwood’s Craft Spirits and Brew fest.

The main event for the general public is Saturday’s Tasting Gallery Experience, featuring exhibitors like Brooklyn Brewery, Koval, Dry Fly Distilling, Benromach Distillery, Balcones, Miami Rum Club, Atsby Vermouth, Cape Distillers, Compass Box and Tuthilltown Spirits. Expect tastings and pairings with food from the Daily Melt, Illegal Bakery, Saucy Stache and Cabot cheese.

For more information visit the Miami.com information page.

Not the event for you?  More of a classical music and Yoga type?

Welcome to the second Yoga Night at the New World Symphony! Experience a brisk, insightful and powerfully moving 30-minute concert featuring J.S. Bach’s Suite No. 3, with a brief introduction to the music by New World Symphony Fellows.

Then, head out the front door of the New World Center to Miami Beach SoundScape, and participate in an hour-long yoga class under the stars, presented by lululemon athletica, featuring three of Miami’s top yoga instructors: Paul Toliuszis, Christy Nones McKenzie and Jodi Carey. During the class, enjoy classical music through the state-of-the-art, 167-speaker outdoor sound system, and visuals projected on the 7,000 square-foot front wall of the New World Center, provided by Liquid Vistas.

Don’t miss this inspiring evening of music and yoga, which in its first year drew over 500 yoga enthusiasts!

More information and tickets.

Weekend 5-7 July | Miami – Regency Hotel Miami

Independence Day is over but weekend is still ahead. If you are thinking where to go and what to do we will help you to find the right place.

Two major attractions are offering discount admission this weekend, and several museums are offering free days. Plus, it’s the first Friday of the month with gallery walks in Coral Gables, downtown Miami, Coconut Grove and South Beach.

Here are Miami on the Cheap’s top picks for free and cheap weekend fun July 5-7.

Free chamber music concerts

Music in Miami kicks off its Three Sundays in July 2013 series of free concerts at 6 p.m. Sunday with classical guitarist Jose Lezcano at Trinity Cathedral in Miami. Music in Miami’s Woodwind Quintet will perform July 14, and a dozen musicians will join for a concert on July 28. Admission is free but donations are accepted.

$5 days at ZooMiami (and more)


                                                                                                                 ZooMiami is celebrating Independence Day weekend with its popular $5 days promotion this weekend. Admission is $5 for all July 4-7, plus there will be free samples of juice drinks and ice cream some days. If you’d like to see even more animals, patrons wearing Miami Heat gear get into the Miami Seaquarium for half price through July 7, but you must mention the Miami Heat promotion before you buy your ticket.

Beat the heat with free museum visits

The Gold Coast Railroad Museum is open free all day Saturday. The Miami Science Museums is free Friday night with a planetarium show. The Wolfsonian is free every Friday night, with a guided tour at 6 p.m. If you have a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card, you can get free admission for one person Saturday or Sunday to the Miami Children’s Museum, Miami Science Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami or the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach. In Broward, card holders can get free entry to the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Discovery and Science, the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale and the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum in Dania Beach.

Walk, talk, see art, play golf
Four regular art walks are this weekend, in Coral Gables and downtown Miami on Friday and Coconut Grove and Lincoln Road in Miami Beach on Saturday. As part of Gables Gallery Night, the Coral Gables Museum will be free Friday night, inaugurating three exhibits, including a unique mini-golf course and a collection of photos by locals of Coral Gables called Capture Coral Gables.

Jazz along the River walk

This Sunday is the free monthly Suntrust Sunday Jazz Brunch along the Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk, though you have to bring or buy your own brunch. But the jazz part is free. Musicians perform on three stages, and you can set up your picnic along the Riverwalk or buy food from local restaurants. You can hear Trilogy with Willian Pennhouse on the Esplanade Stage: Billy Bones with Justni Trapani at the Connie Hoffmann Gazebo and the Randy Corinthian Jazz Quartet at the Las Olas Riverfront.

Miami’s Top Events for May 2013

Miami Top Events

We have once again scoured the interwebs for you in search of Miami’s top events.  Besides our DAILY happy hour with two for one beer and wine and frankly any day by the pool is an event.

The Miami Heat will be in the playoffs this month! Watch out for traffic in and around Downtown and entering South Beach!

May is Miami Museum month.  Enjoy two for one passes or join one museum and enjoy free access for year to all others.  Other events are ongoing, visit the website and find out what excites you this May!

Aqua Girl is on this Month.  “A Party for a Cause” is such a great tagline, I wish I had thought of it!  The event caters towards ladies who are interested in ladies and is a great event.

Aqua Girl Official Promo

Don’t forget Mother’s Day this year. Buy your chocolates and put up Mom at your favorite Miami hotel.

Also this month during Memorial Day Weekend is Urban Beach Weekend.  If you plan on coming to Miami, come to the Regency for a relaxing Memorial Day Weekend getaway.  We recommend renting a car and hitting the keys and Miami’s other hot spots.

For even more events check out the flyer and subscribe to keep up to date of what will be going on in Miami next month!

This Weekend in Miami Beach

This weekend Gay Pride will dominate Miami and Miami Beach. From events like the Azucar High Heel race to the Gay Pride Parade at Lummus park at 11 a.m. on  Sunday.

1st Azúcar’s High Heel Race

This sounds hilarious. The winner will receive $500 and of course worldwide recognition as one of the fastest high heel racers in the world.  This is definitely worth a trip!
04/14/2013 – 11:30am to 12:00pm
Price: Free
The “AZUCAR” High Heel Race will take place on Ocean Drive.The race will start on time at 11:30 am and will run from 9th to 12th Street.

Pre-register from now until April 12 athttp://azucarmiami.com/index.php/high-heels-race. There will be a limited amount of onsite registration on April 14th.

All runners/participants must go to the staging area on Ocean Drive and 9th Street on April 14 between 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM. To obtain there Race number and receive additional instructions.
For additional information contact Oscar Christian at 305-316-4971.

Cash Prizes will be awarded to the four (4) places.

Observers will be treated to a highly entertaining experience.

For additional information details on the “AZUCAR” High Heel Race visit http://azucarmiami.com/index.php/high-heels-race or contact Oscar Christian at 305-316-4971.

Remember the race will start on time at 11:30 am and will run on Ocean Drive from 9th to 12th Street.

SENSE Party (Pearl at Nikki Beach)

It’s at Nikki Beach, what can be better?

04/12/2013 – 11:00pm to 04/13/2013 – 5:00am
Contact: maketing@miamibeachgaypride.com
Price: $25 – $50

Pearl at Nikki Beach

DJ/Remixer Joe Gauthreaux & Grammy Nominee DJ/Producer Tony Moran

DJ/Remixer Joe Gauthreaux

As one of the most sought after DJs in the industry, DJ/Producer Joe Gauthreaux (pronounced “GO TROW”) has a resume full of club appearances and main events that span the last 14 years – with the list growing each passing year. For more information, visit his website at www.DJJoeG.com


Out-Fit Challenge: Oleta River State Park

For the outdoorsy types there is a mud run at Oleta State park, one of my favorite parks in South Florida. You have to check this out.
04/13/2013 – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Email:info@out-fitchallenge.com Phone:855.688.3489
Price: $85 before March 15th

Join us at Oleta River State Park on April 13th, 2013 for the first ever mud run focused primarily on the LGBT community. Out-Fit Challenge is a 5K to 7K cross-country trail run, dotted by 10–15 military-style obstacles that may include mud, water, ice, and fire. In addition, the post-race event will be an epic party that includes a DJ, beer, cocktails and contests.
In addition, the company provides proceeds of every dollar earned to a national and local LGBT charity organization that is striving to make a positive difference in the lives of LGBT individuals.
Please go to www.out-fitchallenge.com to register!

Beach Party @ Lummus Park

04/13/2013 – 1:00pm to 8:00pm


Can’t wait till Sunday? Then head on down to Lummus Park. This is a first installment of two FREE out-door dance events. Where else can you hit the beach, booze and groove under the sun with DJ Theresa.

Fling – Women’s Mega Dance Party

Here is something for the ladies which sounds like a great party attracting 8oo people to the event.  Fling 2003.
04/13/2013 – 10:00pm to 04/14/2013 – 4:00am at Score Miami
Price: $15/$20

Our yearly mega dance that brings over 800 women ready to party, dance and let loose. Our sexy Go go girls and a special performance by the sexy, burlesque group, The Knockouts.

Grandstand VIP Parade Seating & Brunch

04/14/2013 – 10:30am to 1:00pm


$30 – $50

Miami Beach Gay Parade will be adding GRANDSTAND SEATING in this years’ parade route to accommodate our VIPs and guests for 2013 Your ticket will include:

General Seating with shade

Bottomless Mimosa and/or Bloody Mary

American Continental Breakfast Buffet

Pre-Show at 11:30 am to 1:00pm

This year we have invited Enrique Santos “Mr. E” as our MC. Enrique is host of the syndicated “Enrique Santos Show,” live from Univision Radio’s Miami affiliate, WRTO-FM MIX 98.3 (6-10AM Monday thru Friday) simulcast/distributed in major cities in the USA. Born to Cuban parents in Chicago, Illinois, Santos gravitates fluidly between the Hispanic and mainstream American radio landscapes. His bilingual broadcasts are a crossover hit combining humor, social satire, and political commentary to bridge the cultural and generational divide of a diverse cosmopolitan audience. Santos has built an enthusiastic following with a comedic repertoire consisting of phone pranks, interviews and a trademark form of fresh and unique interaction amongst celebrities. Santos’ extravagant radio persona has made him one of the most popular Hispanic radio hosts in America and earned him unprecedented access to some of the biggest names in pop culture. Santos has interviewed a wide range of celebrities, musicians, and newsmakers, including Enrique Iglesias, P Diddy, Shakira, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Penelope Cruz, Oscar De La Hoya, Pitbull, Jamie Foxx, Ray Romano, George Lopez, Emilio and Gloria Estefan. His clout extends even to the political arena where Santos has conducted interviews with prominent figures such as Senators Joseph Lieberman, Bob Menendez, John McCain, Marco Rubio and President Barack Obama. Santos gained international notoriety as “The Prank Call Master” for a series of historical presidential prank phone calls victimizing President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and the comedic “coup d’état” – the duping of Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro that inspired an obscenity-laced diatribe from the embarrassed leader. It was perhaps controversial moves such as these that led to Santos’ invitation to visit Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and The White House.


For all events and tickets visit Miami Beach Gay Pride.


Source: Miami Beach Gay Pride | Events

Miami’s Top Events for April 2013

Every month we compile a list of the very best of what is going on in Miami. Here are our top events which includ Miami Beach polo, South Beach Comedy Festival, Gay Pride and Taylor Swift amongst others.  If you want to know what’s going on every month please sign up and we’ll send you events every month!

Miami’s Top Events