Festivals in Scott Lake


Indie Music Miami Fest at The Stage Miami on March 12 at 6 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Indie Music Miami Fest

The Stage Miami

More than 40 indie rappers, hip-hop artists, and singers gather to play their hits in front of a packed crowd

$20 $10

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Admission for One or Two or VIP Package for One to Grillin' in the Grove on Sunday, March 8 (Up to 53% Off)

Grillin in the Grove

Peacock Park

Peacock Park fills with the aroma of Memphis, Texas, Kansas City, and international barbecue styles; VIPs get unlimited beer and BBQ

$16 $8

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Fifth Annual Electric Beach Music Festival at Nikki Beach on Saturday, March 21, at Noon (Up to 50% Off)

Electric Beach Music Festival

Nikki Beach Club

Giant beach party combines neon decor, rides, and inflatables with house music spun until dawn by more than 40 DJs

$80 $40

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Grand Tasting for One, Two, or Four at Galt Mile Wine & Food Festival, a Seaside Affair (Up to 54% Off)

BocaRaton.com

Fort Lauderdale

While waves crash on the nearby shoreline, guests nibble on delectable food and sip fine wines, craft brews, and spirits for one set price

$150 $75

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Driven Music Conference for Two on Friday, May 29, and Saturday, May 30 (Up to 72% Off)

Driven Music Conference

Multiple Locations

Convention features networking lunches, showcases of new talent, and panels with industry experts

$68 $19

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Eucalyptus Gardens Presents Wilton Manors Wine & Food Festival for Two or Four with VIP Option (50% Off)

Naturally Broward

NATURALLY BROWARD, INC

You may sip wines from Belle Ambiance, Anderra, and Simi

$100 $50

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Tropical Cooler Fest “The All White Edition” on March 15 at 2 p.m. (Up to 43% Off )

Tropical Cooler Fest "The All White Edition"

American Polish Club

Music, dancing, and BYO drinks raise funds to benefit Caribbean children with disabilities

$35 $20

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  • Florida Renaissance Festival
    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.
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    401 South Powerline Road
    Deerfield Beach, FL US
  • Rugs By Zhaleh
    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.
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    358 San Lorenzo Ave
    Coral Gables, FL US
  • Miramar Cultural Center + Artspark
    The Flavor of Broward showcases complex bouquets of wines from around the world—and their interplay with plates from upscale South Florida restaurants. Top chefs and eateries serve gourmet samples at festival booths, and visitors wash down their food with wine, rather than with a wine glass full of more food. Entertainment for the other senses, such as live music and a car show, rounds out the event.
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    2400 Civic Center Place
    Miramar, FL US
  • Oleta River State Park
    At each of several one-day festivals held throughout the country, thousands of revelers unite in an epic clash of pulp, beer, and live music. Armed with a cache of 300,000 tomatoes, participants don protective bathing suits and goggles and hurl the fruit at one another during a two-hour battle. Throughout the afternoon, live music and costume contests offer an entertaining respite from the front lines, as bartenders dispense drafts of beer to attendees older than 21, refueling soldiers' morale before they resign to writing goodbye letters to their produce vendors back home. All tomatoes used during the event are past ripe and already fated for disposal, making the battle an efficient means of tossing them before their cursed transformation into singing Muppets.
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    3400 Northeast 163rd Street
    North Miami Beach, FL US
  • Dade
    Many people flock to the Miami-Dade region for its wildlife and proximity to the ocean, two things that the Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade is determined to preserve. The organization dedicates itself not only to conserving the region's parks but also to helping them thrive through a variety of programs that include field trips and children's sports scholarship funds. The organization even invites residents and civic groups to Adopt-A-Park by contributing to its landscaping, playground equipment, and college fund.
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    Greynolds Park
    North Miami Beach, FL US
  • Performing Arts Center Authority
    In Joni Sheram's one-woman play, Cups, the playwright gives audiences a peek into her packed lingerie drawer through intimate knowledge of her history and character via the progression of tangled straps and faded lace. As Sheram pulls out assorted bras, she reminisces on the myriad memories marked by the quotidian bits of fabric, from the hopeful clasp of a training bra to the daunting responsibility marked by a nursing bra. A strapless bra is used to convey coming-of-age anecdotes, and a heap of ashes commemorates a bra burned during the firewood famine of the 1960s. Hailed as hilarious by scads of reviewers and department-store managers, the play also touches on aging, loss, and decades of women's personal and collective history.
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    3385 Northeast 188th Street
    Aventura, FL US
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