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The Miami Beach Bandshell is one of the city's busiest venues where free music and dance performances are regularly presented. The open-air location provides a gorgeous snapshot of Miami Beach and is just steps from the water.

Here's what's coming up that's free:

Viva The Flashmob
Sunday, May 26, 2024 at 5 p.m.
A multicultural, immersive Dance Class-Performance inspired by the Mestizaje of the Americas.  Learn dance routines and songs from America Viva The Show such as Flamenco, Salsa, Afro-Caribbean, led by professional performers, instructors, and students from America Viva The Class, New Land Dance Company, Festival Flamencas USA, Luna Cale, Gitanillas Studio, CAM Dance Company, Show Me Your World, and Carreño Music. Click here for free RSVP.
 
Concertazo by the Sea
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at 5 p.m.
“Concertazo by the Sea” will present some of the most famous Opera, Operetta and Classical musical pieces among other American Standard and Latin American songs, performed by soprano and host Maylu Herrnandez and her special guests, Saeed Mohamed (tenor), Pedro de los Rios (tenor), Orley Cruz (baritone), Juan Manuel Campos (singer, pianist and violinist), Silvia Ludueña (mezzo-soprano) and Kiley Hernandez (soprano). Caro Dance ballet will accompany with three  classical dancers. Click her for free RSVP.
 
North Beach Social: Dav Julca and Friends
Thursday, June 20, 2024 at 8 p.m.
Dav Julca is a singer, musician, producer and songwriter who has worked with a who’s who of Latin and pop stars, as well as thrived on launching new talent. As a solo artist he combines sounds of salsa, bolero, pop, funk, jazz, urban, and Latin rhythms. He is a six-time Latin Grammy and two-time Grammy nominee and two-time Latin Grammy winner. Click here for free RSVP.
 

Etienne Charles, photo courtesy of Miami Beach Bandshell Facebook page.

 
Etienne Charles' Creole Soul at Fete de la Musique
Friday, June 21, 2024 at 8 p.m.
Jazz master Etienne Charles is an artist who searches for untold stories and sounds to tell via his lush trumpet sound, varied compositional textures and pulsating percussive grooves. His Creole Soul project is his deep dive into the pan-Caribbean interconnected musical forms. Fête de la Musique is the annual global day of music, originally begun in Paris, to welcome summer with free music. Click here for free RSVP.
 
July 4th Roller Disco
Thursday, July 4 from 5-9 p.m.
Celebrate Independence Day with a spin around the Bandshell, featuring tunes by Lolo & DJ Hottpants of Sweat Records. Free admission, bring your own skates or blades. Enjoy tunes even without skates from the Club Box Deck. Skate rental will be available (Free for Miami Beach residents with ID). Bandshell Park also features the City of Miami Beach’s annual Fire on the Fourth family friendly events all day, leading up to the spectacular fireworks / drone show on the beach at 9 p.m. Click here for free RSVP.
 
North Beach Social: Jacuzzi Boys
Thursday, July 18, 2024 at 8 p.m.
Local trio will perform music from their four full-length albums as well as from their EPs “Dipped” and “Glue.” They've toured with the likes of Iggy Pop, Black Lips, Vampire Weekend and King Khan and the Shrines. Click here for free RSVP.
 
If you can't make it to a live show, tune in to “Soundwaves at the Bandshell” hosted by Cuci Amador Mondays at 10:30 p.m. on WXEL and Fridays at 11 p.m. on WPBT. 

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