Festivals in Coral Terrace

Admission for One, Two, or Four to Taste of Peru on Sunday, November 23 (Up to 53% Off)

Taste of Peru

Miami Airport Convention Center

Sample the culinary delights of Peruvian dishes and beverages, attend cooking master classes, and enjoy live music and dance

$20 $10

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One or Two Single- or Multi-Day Passes to The Miami Project Art Fair on December 3–7 (Up to 56% Off)

The Miami Project Art Fair

Miami Project Art Fair

Annual art fair features paintings, sculptures, and other works by domestic and international artists

$25 $13

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Ribfest for Two or Four with Option for Zoo Miami from Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade (Up to 62% Off)

Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade

Zoo Miami

Sample ribs from award-winning chefs, attend cooking demonstrations, boogie to live music, and enjoy admission to the zoo

$20 $10

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$69 for a Beer-and-Brewery Tour for One from The Hops Tour ($138 Value)

The Hops Tour

Foxhole Bar South Beach

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Beer tour takes visitors to local breweries to sample craft brews and learn about the process of making beer

$138 $69

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One-Day Festival Admission for Two or Four with Greek Food at the Miami Greek Festival on November 14-16 (50% Off)

Miami Greek Festival

Kendall

Greek cultural festival presents traditional music and folk dancing, pastries and gyros for tasting, and Greek foods available for purchase

$24 $12

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Two-Hour Scotch Tasting and Appetizers for One or Two from EventGeekUSA on Saturday, January 3 (Up to 80% Off)

EventGeekUSA

Oceanfront

Aficionados can spend two hours sampling scotch whiskey from six distilleries, listening to smooth jazz, and snacking on light fare

$149 $39

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VIP Experience for One or Two at Miami Taste of Brickell Food and Wine Festival on March 14, 2015 (Up to 56% Off)

Miami Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival

The First Presbyterian Church of Miami

VIP passes to 5th-annual food and wine festival include special tastings, presentations, and a goody bag

$125 $60

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Premium Cigars and Drinks for Two or Four or $20 for $40 Worth of Cigars at Mike's Cigar Bar

Mike's Cigar Bar

Bay Harbor Islands

Enjoy premium cigars from name-brand makers and savor drinks in the adjoining masculine lounge

$40 $20

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$20 for Entry for Two plus One Barbecued Chicken Sandwich at a BBQ, Beer, Wine & Jazz Fest ($40 Value)

The Annual King of Ribs BBQ cook off and fest

Marando Farms

Sample a wide array of barbecue sauces and meats at an all-day festival at Marando Farms

$40 $20

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Vineyard Party, Grand Tasting, or Craft Brew Battle for One at Boca Raton Wine & Food Festival (Up to 51% Off)

Boca Raton Wine & Food Festival

Florida Atlantic University Campus

All inclusive ticket includes delectable food from around the world, fine wines, craft brews and spirits

$110 $55

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A fund-raising event for The United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education, Rocks for Education aims to draw audiences with a family-friendly mix of music, comedy, and more. Emmy winner and Local 10 News anchor Laurie Jennings will serve as the event's emcee, and stars David Henrie of Wizards of Waverly Place and Drake Bell of Drake & Josh will engage spectators with songs, comedy, and other unmimed entertainments. Performances by local dance teams and American Idol contestant Symphony Music Howlett will add to the rhythmic stew, making the event more melodic than a Broadway musical about Mozart and the pianos who loved him. The evening's beneficiary, The United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education, bolsters learning for little ones with advocacy, parent/teacher training, and resources such as a demonstration school.

358 San Lorenzo Ave
Coral Gables,
FL
US

The Florida Renaissance Festival is a wholly different world??a world of jousts and costumes and turkey legs. Here be dragons, or so the armor-clad knights would have you believe. At the festival, live shows recreate the romance of the Renaissance with references to Shakespeare and swordplay on 12 different stages. Meanwhile, merchants share the secrets of their crafts, blowing unbreakable glass for spectators and selling hammered pewter goblets. Visitors, dressed in period garb or not, can wander on their own, exploring the shows and stalls, or trying their hands at games of chance while gnawing on scotch eggs and chocolate cheesecake.

800 NW 57th Pl
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

Everything changed for Peru on July 28, 1821, when South American leader Jose de San Martin declared independence from Spain. A three-year struggle ensued, but Peru's freedom was solidified in December of 1824, when Venezuelan Marshall Antonio Jose de Sucre defeated a Spanish army at Ayacucho and ended Spain's South American rule.

In Miami, this celebration of Peruvian pride takes the form of the Peruvian Independence Day Festival. This annual event brings together the Peruvian-American community and the city at large for a weekend of music, dance, and art. Visitors groove to the infectious rhythms of merengue, salsa, and cumbia from live bands such as the Javier Mereno, Jr. Latin Band and Nando y su Banda Digital, along with the dance music that naturally emanates from fresh ceviche.

14890 SW 216th Street
Miami,
FL
US

Tucked between Biscayne Bay and Highway U.S. 1 sits Coconut Grove, which locals refer to as a village within a city. Though enveloped by Miami's sprawl, the neighborhood retains the air of a quaint seaside town, with waterfront parks, fun local eateries, and a yearly seafood festival that combines those two amenities.

The Coconut Grove Seafood Festival takes place in Peacock Park on October 20th, a mere five days after official Florida Stone Crab season opens. Vendors serve up the signature, buttery crab in local dishes, but they also bring together some of the most famous seafood flavors from around the world, using fresh caught fish. They grill fillets in Jamaican jerk seasoning, stir fry shellfish in paellas, and slice raw tuna to stuff sushi. They also boil clams and oysters in traditional New England chowders, or spice crawfish to match the hearty flavors of Cajun Jambalaya.

While the chefs ply their trade and provide cooking demonstrations for interested visitors and ambitious seagulls, musicians perform on stages and kids frolic in the family fun zone. In between food vendors' stalls, artisans peddle nautically themed arts and crafts. The festival also houses a fish market called Grove Wharf, where expert fishmongers help visitors pick out the perfect fillets for dinner.

2820 McFarland Rd.
Coconut Grove,
FL
US

Of the more than 700 films submitted to the Miami Short Film Festival from across the world, only 74 make it to the big screen, chosen for their excellence in abbreviated movie-making. Selections on display at each of the fest’s five days of screening include narrative films, animation, music videos, and three-act family-vacation slideshows. This year’s choices include Juan Manuel Ortiz’s Domingo, whose stark filming style catches the eye as it explores environmental concerns, and Mark Nickelsburg’s Harry Grows Up, the tale of an 18-month-old child living on his own in New York City.

3015 Grand Ave.
Coconut Grove,
FL
US

Per its name, the Taste of Cuba Festival shines a spotlight on traditional Cuban food—potato-like yucca, rice and beans, and lechon asada, or shredded roast pork. Ice-cold mojitos complement these classic dishes, along with café con leche and authentic cigars rolled by hand, unlike the newfangled ones that roll themselves if left at the top of a hill. The festival delights senses beyond taste, too; revelers can dance to live music or feast their eyes on Cuban artwork.

395 W 10TH ST STE 1
HIALEAH,
FL
US