Miami's Hottest February Events

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Coconut Grove Arts Festival

Get ready for an experience like no other at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, featuring over 280 artists. From culinary competitions, to live performances, a family fun zone and so much more, there’s something for everyone. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable event!

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Art Wynwood

Welcome the return of Art Wynwood, the premier winter contemporary and modern art fair, as it returns for its tenth edition from February 16-19, 2023. Featuring a thoughtfully-curated array of international galleries presenting emerging, cutting edge, contemporary and modern works, Art Wynwood is the best opportunity to view some of the most important art works of the 20th and 21st centuries.  

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South Beach Wine and Food Festival

Celebrity chefs and culinary personalities—from Rachel Ray to Geoffrey Zakarian and Guy Fieri, take to the sands of South Beach for Miami’s biggest and most famous annual food festival, all proceeds of which benefit Florida International University’s Hospitality & Tourism Management school. Seriously, this thing is huge. Concocted by Lee Brian Schrager, festival founder and director, SOBEWFF is one of Miami’s most-anticipated annual events and a favorite amongst the highly-regarded chefs in attendance.

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Miami International Boat Show

The Miami International Boat Show and the Miami Yacht Show have joined forces to create the Discover Boating Miami International Boat Show, the largest boat and yacht show in the world. Discover everything from kayaks to superyachts to the latest aquatic innovations. The on-land portion of the event will take place at the newly reimagined Miami Beach Convention Center and Pride Park. The in-water components of the show will take place at Venetian Marina, Herald Plaza, Museum Park Marina, and Yacht Haven Grande Miami. Historically, the Miami International Boat Show and Miami Yacht Show have attracted hundreds of thousands of attendees to South Florida and generated an estimated combined annual economic impact of $1.34 billion.

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