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Not to Miss Events President’s Day Weekend

SIXTH ANNUAL MIAMI CONCOURS 2023

FEBRUARY 17 – 19

ABOUT: Miami Concours is one of the country’s most anticipated motoring events featuring a highly curated, distinctly modern celebration of automotive history. This year’s showcase honors the 60th Anniversary of Lamborghini. The celebration kicks off on Friday, February 17th with the unveiling of several static car displays positioned throughout the neighborhood’s architecturally significant streets. In preparation for the main event on Sunday, February 19th, the Miami Design District will roll out three striking red carpets to make way for distinct Concours activations. The scene will serve as a magnificent backdrop for the world class, hand-picked automobiles as enthusiasts witness real-time, official judging; explore an unmatched, historical display of Lamborghinis on 39th Street as a nod to the Italian manufacturer’s 60th Anniversary; and discover an unforgettable display of Hypercars from Pagani Automobili as they celebrate their 25th Anniversary along Czinger Vehicles, as they present the 3D printed 21C. Miami Concours showcases superlative examples from Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Pagani, Maserati, Jaguar, Ford, BMW, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz.

Dates: February 17th-19th

Location: Miami Design District


TROPIC BOUND ARTISTS BOOK FAIR

FEBRUARY 17 – 19 

ABOUT: Tropic Bound —South Florida’s first international biennial artists’ book fair— arrives at the Miami Design District’s Paradise Plaza. This vibrant event will showcase the unique artistic genre known as “artists’ books.” These complex creations bridge the worlds of art, craft, and literature: telling stories, sometimes without words, and represent a broad variety of cultural traditions. Tropic Bound Artists’ Book Fair brings together over 60 exhibitors from across the US, Mexico, South American, Caribbean, Europe and Egypt. Visitors will discover the world of artists’ books while learning about book binding, paper-making and marbling, letterpress printing, and other techniques particular to this art form. Visitors can view and purchase works of art, speak to book artists, printers, and collectors, and attend talks and panels that dive deeper into this special form of expression. Tropic Bound events include guided shuttle tours of Miami’s literary hotspots, a symposium, welcome party, 3 days of fair, and several intimate artist’s talks throughout the duration of the fair. 

Dates: February 16th-19th

Hours: Friday: 12PM-6PM | Saturday: 10AM-7PM | Sunday: 10AM-4PM

Location: Paradise Plaza | 151 NE 31st St, Miami, FL 33137

RSVP: HERE


OPEN AIR MISO CONCERT 

FEBRUARY 20

ABOUT: Miami Design District will be closing off NE 40th Street, paved by a signature red carpet, to make way for the celebration, which is supported by Mayor Francis Suarez,  produced by famed musician and producer Emilio Estefan, and hosted by Dacra CEO & President, Craig Robins. Estefan Enterprises announced opening performances by Jon Secada and The Tenors (Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Mark Masri, Alberto Urso), beginning at 6:30PM outside the neighborhood’s iconic 100-year-old Moore Building. Jon Secada is a Cuban-American 3X Grammy Award winning superstar whose career spans over two decades, 20 million albums sold, and starring roles on Broadway. Multi-platinum JUNO Award winning artists, The Tenors (Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Mark Masri, Alberto Urso) perform a mixture of classical and pop with original songs and tributes that range from new songs to classics. Following the opening performances, Maestro Eduardo Marturet will recreate the original 1922 official concert repertoire in collaboration with Estefan. Previous notable performances in the neighborhood alongside MISO include, but are not limited to Gloria Gaynor, The Wailers, Celia Cruz, and Mary Wilson amongst many others.

Date: February 20th 

Hours: 6:30PM

Location: Miami Design District; 160 NE 40th St. Miami, FL 33137

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