The Miami-Dade County Auditorium is postponing its new Drive-Through Theatre Experience, a series of live, outdoor mini shows that were meant to be enjoyed from inside your vehicle.
According to the website: “In light of the new Miami-Dade County Emergency Order to close outdoor amusement facilities and the 10 p.m. curfew effective for all of Miami-Dade County, we have decided to postpone the Drive-Through Theatre Experience originally scheduled for Saturday, July 11th. We apologize for the inconvenience.”
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The first headliner – pianist, composer and Latin Grammy nominee José Negroni – was originally scheduled to perform on July 11.
The free concerts were supposed to last 15 minutes, then repeat several times after the initial presentation.
The auditorium is at 2901 W. Flagler St. For future concerts, keep checking the auditorium’s website by clicking here.
In its website announcement, the auditorium states that safety measures will be in place: “When arriving at the auditorium, staff will guide you to a parking space in the lot behind our main building. Once parked, tune in to the corresponding FM Station on your radio for a front-and-center musical experience, all while remaining socially distanced and safe.” The rules are: Comply with auditorium staff directions while parking. Remain inside your vehicle at all times. If you must exit your vehicle, wear a face mask or face covering and practice appropriate social distancing. Concession stands will not be operating at this time.