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  • Miami Octoberfest
    Seasonal beers like Becks Oktoberfest and Shock Top Pumpkin might rule this Bavarian-themed bash, but Octoberfest at Marlins Park has plenty of other attractions to offer. The full-day festival at Marlins Park keeps crowds entertained with a zipline, ferris wheel, and other carnival rides and games, as well as DJs and live music. Between forays to the dance floor, guests can refuel with generous portions of German food.
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    501 Marlins Way
    Miami, FL US
  • Vitamin C Communications
    Down a dark alley off 14th Court, a stark red light barely illuminates an innocuous looking doorway. But it's not just the perfect hiding spot for tomato ninjas, it's the entrance to the Foxhole Bar, the first stop on a whirlwind tour of Miami bars and breweries. Past that dark entry waits a speakeasy-style lounge and a complimentary brew to start the night. Up next is Wynwood Brewing Company, which fits right into the arts district with three anchor craft brews, one of which will be set before tour members for sampling. The final stop on the tour is the Titanic Restaurant and Brewery, a gastropub that crafts its own beer behind the bar. The Hops Tour is also making plans to incorporate M.I.A. Brewing into their explorations.
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    501 Marlins Way
    Miami, FL US
  • Miami Marlins
    The Marlins take the field at Marlins Park: an eco-friendly, 37,000-seat facility equipped with a retractable roof, plexiglass fish tanks behind home plate, and a vibrant sculpture in left-center field that kicks into motion for Marlins home runs. Born in 1993, the Florida Marlins quickly established themselves as contenders in the National League, taking home World Series titles in 1997 and 2003. And today, after some light rebranding to go along with the new stadium, the rechristened Miami Marlins aim to continue traditions new and old, expand their list of Hall of Famers, and train the stadium’s fish to stealthily intercept batting signals.
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    501 Marlins Way
    Miami, FL US
  • Siempre Flamenco
    The impassioned and expressive married musical duo Celia and Paco Fonta have been strumming the guitar and dancing through Miami as Siempre Flamenco for more than a quarter century. For their seventh annual Festival de Cante Flamenco, the couple invite a host of internationally known artists to heat up an evening of traditional cante flamenco. Making their festival debut this year, singers Jesus Montoya, Kina Mendez, and Javier Heredia each boast an impressive resum?, fans across both Spain and the States, and an unerring ability to discern castanets from gum-chewing clams. Javier excites the crowd as a festero, able to both dance and sing, joined in step by Celia to twirl and tap across stage. The towering vocals of Jesus, Javier, and Kina explore the octaves while Paco joins forces with guest guitarist Jose "Panzekito" Cortes to fill the stage with a suitably sultry atmosphere. The evening of passion and grace unfolds at the Manuel Artime Theater, one of the largest small theaters in town, with a 60'x30' stage that strikes the right balance between intimacy and accommodation.
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    900 Southwest 1st Street
    Miami, FL US
  • Downtown Soccer Miami
    At Downtown Soccer Miami's two outdoor mini fields, players of all ages can practice and show off their skills with youth and adult leagues, training, pick-up games, and tournaments. The brightly lit, grassy pitches accommodate up to two matches at once, hosting after-work pick-up games. Corporate leagues help co-workers build cohesion and office-supply-punting skills.
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    444 NW 5th St
    Miami, FL US
  • PeruFest USA
    For one weekend each year, the flavors and sounds of Peru waft up from the Southern Hemisphere to the streets of Miami. PeruFest USA celebrates Peruvian culture with two full days of food, live music, and contests while also shining a light on other Latin cuisines. Visitors can attend quinoa-cooking demonstrations and classes and enter contests for dishes such as ceviche, which uses citric acid to cook fish rather than the usual method of stuffing hot coals in their gills. Meanwhile, youngsters can attend their own cooking classes, see the elegant gait of the Peruvian Paso during a horse show, and boogie alongside their parents as they watch international dance routines.
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    1637 Northwest 16th Terrace
    Miami, FL US

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