Miami says goodbye to 2022 with an agenda full of festivals, art and music


Miami has always been one of the two most popular international destinations for Argentines, mainly in the months of sun and pleasant temperatures that are approaching. This year, in addition to its beautiful beaches and its two well-known shopping centers, there will be a calendar of activities full of festivals and great art and music events, at low cost or with free access, which can even be enjoyed from a distance thanks to the broadcasts. live that some activities contemplate. 

Officially launched in 2014, this year will be the eighth edition of the Art of Black Miami, a celebration that connects with the cultural and historical richness of the destination. Artists from all over the world promote a sense of community through art and fashion exhibitions, performances, artists’ talks, films, immersive digital art experiences, pop-up events and walls; that invite us to reflect on diversity. 

“Over the last eight years, the Art of Black Miami program has not stopped expanding,” says David Whitaker, president and CEO of GMCVB. “This program positions Greater Miami and Miami Beach as a leading and inspiring multicultural destination. This celebration of unique talent developed in our community is a platform that allows artists to showcase their skills to a large audience.” 

Some of the activities that can be practiced in various points of the city are: 

-Ancestral Ground presented by Peter London Global Dance Company and Adrienne Arsht Center of ———Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County in Downtown. 
-Prizm Art Fair 2022 – VERNACULAR À LA MODE no Design Ditrict
-Point Comfort Art Fair and Show 2022 no Historic Overtown.
-Creative Conversation with MoCAAD Soul Basel in Miami and Revelation of Mural in Historic Overtown. 
-Art Beat Miami not Historic Overtown.
-Le Art Noir, diversity of colors in Liberty City.
-The art of an athlete by Maxwell Pearce in Little Haiti.  
-10th Annual Little Havana Art Guarda-chuvas Festival in Little Havana. 
-Art UnRestricted at the MUSE Art Fair in Miami Beach.  
-13th EVERY Annual Panel Discussion on Contemporary Art from the African Diaspora in Miami Beach. 
-Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè north of Miami.
-The Art of Transformation in Opa-Locka. 
-ARTZ 305 in South Dade.

“Art of Black Miami honors the spirit of Miami Art Week, featuring extremely talented and diverse local artists,” said Connie Kinnard, senior vice president of the GMCVB Department of Tourism and Multicultural Development. “This year, we are giving boas-vindas to visitors and residents to learn about the stories that make our community exceptionally beautiful.” 

Além disso, after the renowned one-week Art Basel fair in December, a series of music festivals take place at sea-sea or at poolside. 

Art With Me | November 26 and 27 | Not Virginia Key Beach Park 

This international festival of art, music and culture offers experiences through the combined use of highly creative platforms. The complete experience is made up of six fundamental pillars: art, music, gastronomy, bem-being, culture and education.

An Epic Pool Party | November 30 to December 4 | Not Hotel Sagamore 

With a duration of 5 days and the possibility of access to the general entrance or to a single day, this epic pool party will take place in the area of ​​the celebration of Art Basel, will have a stage, several DJs, artists and exhibitions.

Rakastella | December 3 | Not Virginia Key Beach Park 

This event that runs along the sea and starts at the sun-by-the-sun, is a diverse and eclectic music festival with romantic vibes that is characterized by immersive sensory experiences in the natural beauty of the landscape, thus awakening all the senses.

GroundUP Music Festival | February 3 to 5 | Em Miami Beach Bandshell 

Now in its sixth edition, this show named by The New York Times as one of two “Top 10 Musical Moments of the Decade”, encompasses a variety of musical styles and genres. It presents artists from Germany, Mexico, Africa, Portugal, Colombia and Switzerland, just to name a few, and attracts fans from more than 50 countries.