Beethoven’s concert in Fort Lauderdale? Car show in Miami Beach? Paddleboard race in Key Largo? Here is a calendar of trips, hobbies and shows in Miami and South Florida for this month of October 2021! Obviously, due to changes in the news, some events may have been canceled or postponed: check the organizers’ website.
In general, all shows and ideas for trips are in our section agenda.
Note: some other current events have been mentioned in our previous issues and are not here.
Every Sunday :
Sunday Boozy Babes Drag Brunch Show
It’s a Wilton Manors brunch.
1414 NE 26. St – Wilton Manors, FL 33305
Until January 17:
Dora and Diego – Let’s explore!
This is a new big traveling exhibition for children, which will be presented at:
Museum of Discovery and Science
401 SW 2nd Street – Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
In October :
Beethoven on the program
Beethoven’s program will be performed in two places: Symphony No. 7 and Piano Concerto No. 5 “The Emperor”.
– October 3: Annual concert of Sunshine Cathedral
The fiftieth anniversary of this “inclusive” cathedral, highly marked by the LGBT community.
1480 SW 9th Avenue – Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
October 23: Beethoven on the beach in:
Community Presbyterian Church of Deerfield Beach
Dates: October 23, 2021
1920 SE 4th Street – Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
Every Sunday :
Every Sunday, between 11:00 and 16:00, L’Chaim Farm hosts a farmers’ market with natural products grown on site or on other farms using high standards of organic farming. There are also trucks.
5511 Woodland Lane
Beach Dania, FL 33312
Art outside the bass
Outside, in the park, there are always exhibits working around The Bass. For example, at the moment works from the Bass collections: Ugo Rondinone, Jim Drain, Sylvie Fleury, Lawrence Weiner and Susan Philipsz, but also temporary exhibitions: Abraham Cruzvillegas, Glexis Novoa and Karen Rifas.
2100 Collins Ave. – Miami Beach, FL 33139
From 1 October to 31 October:
The journey of the twentieth century
This play is the true story of two actors who enlisted in the Long Beach Police Department in 1914 to imprison the “social vagrants.” This game was also the starting point of the Island City Stage 10 years ago, which explores the history and aspects of LGBT.
ISLAND CITY PHASE
2304 N Dixie Hwy. – Wilton Manors, FL 33305
Key West Paddle Classic
Twenty-fourth edition. Water sports enthusiasts can take part in water sports enthusiasts on paddleboards and other vehicles without engines.
Saturday night comedy
Host Danny Fallon brings together a successful group of comedians (including: Kevin Javier, Mike Cintron, Adrian Mesa and special guest Fasil Malik) at Zen Mystery Cafe, an organic lounge / café and cultural center in the heart of Dania Beach.
It is for 18+ to:
55 N Federal Hwy – Dania Beach, FL 33004
October 3 to November 2
Art, dance, puppets … and sugar skulls: in Fort Lauderdale, Dia de los Muertos lasts a whole month, including the following free activities on:
History of Fort Lauderdale
231 SW 2nd Ave – Fort Lauderdale, FL
From October 8 to April 3:
Two temporary exhibitions in Frost Science
– Skin: Living Armor, Evolving Identity
From the shiny bomb coat to the rough exterior of a black rhino, it’s easy to see the diversity of skin in the natural world.
– X-Ray Vision: Fish Inside Out
Smithsonian Exhibition, which contains forty black and white copies of X-ray photographs of fish vertebrae. Do you think that’s not interesting? Go see!
FILLIP AND PATRICIA FROST MUSEUM OF SCIENCE
1101 Biscayne Blvd. – Miami, FL 33132
The Black Artist Talk presents TWERK
An exploration of transnational artistic practices that evoke revolutionary kinship. Join Michelle Grant-Murray and talk to Dr. Carole Boyce-Davies on the Olujimi Dance Theater. Limited number of seats, free after booking at Eventbrite.
16701 SW 72nd Avenue – Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
Benise Anniversary Tour
It’s a hot night as “Prince of the Spanish Guitar” celebrates 20 years of broadcasting the audience on a musical journey through Spanish flamenco, Cuban salsa, Brazilian samba, Parisian waltz, exotic percussion and more! The show features popular fans from the last 20 years and new songs from PBS’s 5th special “Strings of Hope”. It is at 8 pm in:
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
2901 W. Flagler St. – Miami, FL 33135
Miami Beach Night Stars
A scintillating evening of spirited dance by PLGDC dancers with Peter London Urban Serengeti, a colorful and contemporary explosion of Afro-Caribbean movement and colors with beautiful carnival costumes.
This is a free event hosted by the City of Miami Beach and The Rhythm Foundation Arts in The Park Series at 7 p.m.
ON PHOTO: Choreography and costumes Peter London Dancers: Aaron Lopez and Deja Darbonne Peter London Global Dance Company, Journey to Tea Photo credit: Shameka Seabrook.
NORTH BEACH CABINET
7275 Collins Avenue – Miami Beach, FL 33141
From October 11 to November 1:
Making Waves: A visual history of the marine industry in Fort Lauderdale
It is the history of Fort Lauderdale that, along with the “ship show,” presents this exhibition of forty black-and-white photographs, never before exhibited, of the city’s marine industry, from 1890 to the present. It’s free at:
GALERIE FORT LAUDERDALE
2414 East Sunrise Blvd – Fort Lauderdale, FL
Yamandu Costa at the Faena Theater
Yamandu Costa, a seven-string guitar virtuoso, will vibrate Brazilian sounds, chorinho, bossa nova, milonga, tango, samba and chamamé during a very intimate concert at 8 pm in:
3201 Collins Ave. – Miami Beach, FL 33140
From October 14 to 17:
The coral reef is surrounded by keys and it is the No. 1 jewel of Key Largo, which is celebrated every year through the “Reef Fest”. On the program: diving, snorkeling, kayaking, eco trips and seminars on the ocean.
From 14 to 31 October:
Midsummer Night’s Dream online
This year, enjoy the rediscovery of Midsummer Night’s Dream, the lovely ballet of George Balanchine based on William Shakespeare’s timeless story of love and magic, reality and illusion, from the comfort of your own foyer. The audience is transported to the bottom of the ocean – a unique Florida perspective – thanks to the creative collaboration of two internationally acclaimed artists: Michele Oka Doner with his beautiful costumes and scenes and dramatic productions by Tarell Alvin McCraney (Oscar winner). With its live music by Mendelssohn (including the Immortal Wedding March) and a fairytale cast of 24 children, six singers and stunning Miami City ballet dancers, “Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a dazzling show for families and the public. all ages.
6103 NW 7th Ave. – Miami, FL 33127
From 16 to 24 October:
Miami International Auto Show
Here is the annual car show, one of the five largest in the country with incredible new products and “classic cars” you won’t find anywhere else!
Our friend, the French painter Duaív, will present his latest interpretation of the McLaren 720S Spider, redrawn by his usual talent.
Admission is $ 15 for adults and $ 6 for 6-12 (free for 5-).
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER
1901 Convention Center Drive – Miami Beach, FL 33139
October 16 and 17:
Unlike the previous one … this one is oil free. It takes place at the Marine Stadium to discover land vehicles, but also floating ones!
3501 Rickenbacker Causeway – Miami, FL 33149
Brenda Alford’s birthday concert
A magical night with Brenda Alford, her quintet and their friends to celebrate the singer’s birthday.
Songs … but also stories after songs. And you’ll hear a couple from Elly Fitzgerald, Carmen McRae or Billie Holliday.
FANTASY THEATOR FACTORY AT THE SANDRELL RIVERS THEATER
6103 NW 7th Ave. – Miami, FL 33127
October 16 and 17:
Caribbean Culture Festival
Two days of parties in a Caribbean atmosphere with artists from several of its regions who will make you dance to the sound of souk, Soca, Reggae, Dance Hall, Salsa and Kompa!
Miramar Regional Park, 16801 Miramar Pkwy – Miramar, FL 33027
From 16 October to 6 March:
Machu Picchu and the Golden Kingdom of Peru
Visitors can immerse themselves in the universe of the Inca city through 192 objects, some of which are magnificent and which belonged to the lords of the Andes. This is the first and the exhibition will then go on a world tour.
Boca Raton Museum of Art 501 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432
October 22 and 23:
Festival points III
This is the sixth (and largest) edition of III Points with SZA, Herbie Hancock, Tyler, The Creator, James Blake, Beach House, A $ AP Rocky, Erykah Badu and Blood Orange, among others with the caption “There are more than 100 programmed artists.”
A (very) large part of “fine art” will also be announced before the start of the festival.
2217 NW 5th Ave. – Miami, FL 33127
From October 27 to November 1:
Gay party event in Broward County.
From October 30 to November 7:
Professional World Water Cross Championship
There will be the best professionals and amateurs!
Sugden Regional Park
4284 Avalon Dr. – Naples, FL 34112