It’s that time again. Below we have identified some exciting things to do in South Florida this weekend, September 21st – September 23rd. As always, if you are aware of something fantastic that we missed, please add it in the comments so we can all benefit! Also, visit the linked sites to confirm date, time, location and details. Sometimes things change.
Friday, September 21st, 2018
Free Third Friday at the Miami Children’s Museum, 4:00pm – 8:00pm: Visit the Miami Children’s Museum for free! This event recurs on the third Friday of the month through January 18th. Take a trip and see all the exhibits the museum has to offer. For more information, click here.
ArtsPark Funtastic Friday and Movie Night 5:00pm – 10:00pm: Bring the whole family, and some friends, to ArtsPark for music, face painting, bounce houses and games. The movie “The Mighty Ducks” will be shown at 8:00pm. Information available here.
Friday Night Sound Waves, 6:00pm – 9:00pm: The intersection of Las Olas Blvd and A1A is the place to be for weekly Friday night concerts. This week come see the B-Side Jones. Visit their website for details on this concert and future ones as well.
Jerry Seinfeld, 7:00pm: Order your tickets ASAP to see Jerry Seinfeld at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. His stand-up routine is sure to keep you laughing. Click here for more information.
Miami Marlins v. Cincinatti Reds, 7:10pm: This is the start of a three game home series, all against the Reds. Order your tickets for tonight, or any time this weekend. Information is available here.
Saturday, September 22nd, 2018
Brunch, Time Varies: Have nothing to do this morning (or even tomorrow morning)? Consider visiting one of South Florida’s fabulous restaurants for brunch! It’s a great way to relax, catch up with friends and enjoy some delicious food and drink. Take a look at our most recent blog and learn about some of our favorite places!
Seven Dollar Saturdays at Flamingo Gardens, 9:30am – 4:00pm: September is special at Flamingo Gardens. Admission is $7.00 for adults and children ages 3 and up. Take advantage of this amazing deal. Click here for more information.
24th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival, 10:00am – 4:00pm Save the date for this fun event in beautiful Delray at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Atlantic Avenue. If you don’t have time to visit today, it’s open again tomorrow! Click here for more information.
Riverwalk Fall Festival, Noon – 4:00pm Head down to Fort Lauderdale’s Riverwalk for the 4th annual fall festival. Plan on stopping by Esplanade Park for children’s activities, carnival games, food trucks and shopping. It promises to be a fun day for all, and admission is FREE. Click here for more information.
Free Museum Day, All Day: The Smithsonian Magazine’s free museum day is September 22nd. You can log on to certain museum websites and order two free tickets. Museums from Palm Beach to Miami are participating. Click here for a list and links to order tickets.
Hispanic Heritage Festival, 6:00pm -11:00pm: The City of Miramar is hosting this fabulous evening event. Visit the Miramar Amp, at Miramar Regional Park for some free music. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Additional information is available here.
Solar Blast Concert, Let it Be: Beatles Tribute, 8:00pm – 9:30pm: Head back to ArtsPark for this fun, free concert. What a perfect way to relax on a Saturday evening. Make sure to bring chairs and blankets. For more information, click here.
Game of Thrones, Live Concert, 8:00pm: The BB&T Center is the site for this fabulous concert. An orchestra and choir will perform music from all of the seasons. Click here for ticket details and more information.
Sunday, September 23rd, 2018
Florida Teal 5K Run/Fun Walk, 6:30am – 12:30pm: This event, which supports the Kindah Foundation (an organization which is looking to eradicate ovarian and gynecological cancers, is perfect for the entire family. Get some exercise and support a good cause. Held in Davie, it’s close to home and easy to get to. Visit their website for more information.
Tamarac Farmers Market, 9:00am – 2:00pm: Veterans’ Memorial Park is the site of this fabulous farmers market which occurs every Sunday in the fall. Stop by and pick up some delicious treats! Click here for the City’s calendar.
Groove and Green, 9:00am – 1:00pm: Stop by the intersection of 441 and Margate Boulevard for the musical marketplace event. You can bring home delicious treats, or eat as you stroll. This event recurs on the second and fourth Sundays of each month. Check out their flyer!
Miami Dolphins v. Oakland Raiders, 1:00pm: We love football season. This weekend ourDolphins are home. Consider a trip to the park to cheer them on. Ticket information is available here.
Live Music, Gulf Stream Park, 7:00pm – 9:00pm: This outdoor shopping area presents live music several nights a week. Check out their website for who is playing! This is a great way to wind down the weekend.
Autism Speaks Walk, September 29th: This event, held at the BB&T Center, benefits Autism Speaks. Click here for more information.
Town of Davie Fall Harvest Festival, September 29th. Visit the Bergeron Rodeo grounds for this family event. There will be a petting farm, hay rides and more! Details available on their website.
Disney Junior Dance Party on Tour, October 5th: Reserve you tickets now for this family show at the Broward Center. Details available here.
Oktoberfest, October 5th – 7th: Jaco Pastorus Park is the site of this three day festival. There will be food, drinks and activities for the entire family. Admission is $5.00 per person, children under 12 are admitted free. Visit their website for more details.
Harvest Festival at Flamingo Gardens, October 6th and 7th: Save the date NOW for this fun, family event at Flamingo Gardens. There will be a hayride, pumpkin patch and more. Details are available on their website.
Antiques and Vintage Collectibles Show, October 13th and 14th: Pembroke Pines is the location for this fabulous event. Click herefor more details.
Kitober Fest, October 20th and 21st: Visit Haulover Park in Miami for this two day festival dedicated to kites! You can bring a kite or buy one there. There will be contests and activities for adults and kids alike. This promises to be super fun! Click here to learn more.
Las Olas Art Fair, October 20th and 21st: This annual event is a fan favorite! Save the date and plan to spend the day wandering through the streets of Las Olas and admiring some beautiful art. Click here for details.