Street Stages takes place every Thursday and Saturday, 4:30-8:30 p.m., through March 18, 2023. This free community programming takes place in the city’s historic Flagler District. Olympia Arts Miami will feature singers, songwriters, jazz and pop ensembles, jugglers, electronica, comedians, opera and other performance artists on the steps of the Old Post Office at 100 NE First Ave., in downtown Miami.
Here is the upcoming schedule:
Thursday, Feb. 16
- 4:30 p.m. Troy Anderson Quartet, jazz
- 5:30 p.m. Joey Gilmore Blue Band, blues
Saturday, Feb. 18
- 4:30 p.m. Frankie Midnight Trio, alt rock
- 5:30 p.m. Glyn Dryhurst Quartet, dixieland
See olympiaarts.miami for more details, email email@example.com, or call 305-209-1233.
Street Art Galleries
Following the pandemic and a high retail vacancy rate, closures and an imminent streetscape construction project, provided a “blank canvas” on the 100 Block of E. Flagler Street. So, after months of shuttered venues, delivery-only restaurants, closed bars, and virtual performances, Olympia’s creative team collaborated with stakeholders in Downtown Miami’s historic Flagler District on a project to re-engage audiences, arts patrons, and downtown residents.
Hence, this redevelopment and creative project began transforming vacant storefront windows into Street Art Galleries for Miami-based visual artists to showcase their work and storefront alcoves and recesses became Street Stages.
Visitors are encouraged to patronize local establishments in an effort to revitalize the historic district. Find a list of nearby restaurants and bars here.