As the University of Miami prepares to take on Florida State University in their annual football game, United Way of Miami-Dade has accepted a challenge from United Way of the Big Bend in Tallahassee to a different kind of football game, a tabletop flick football game. Local football fans will compete in a flick football tournament and the winner will play against the Tallahassee winner in the Flick Football Championship Match, on Nov. 2 at Doak Campbell Stadium, during pre-game festivities. The winner will also receive two tickets to the UM vs FSU game along with a two-night’s stay in Tallahassee the weekend of the big game (winner is responsible for own transportation).Â The Championship Match will be projected onto the stadium’s giant TV screens for thousands of fans to watch, setting a Guinness World Book Record for the largest audience ever to witness a tabletop flick football game.Â The local flick football tournament will benefit United Way of Miami-Dade’s work in education, health and financial stability.Â To enter the tournament, participants must be 21 and older and pay $10 per person, which includes free draft beers.
Monday, June 26, 4:30pm-11pm – Ninja Lounge, 14401 Northeast 20th Lane, North Miami Come watch your favorite American Ninja Warrior competitors from the South East region go against a multi-stage course at Ninja Lounge! The competition will feature some never-before seen-in-competition obstacles, a skills challenge, and a watch party where we will see their ANW performances as NBC […]
Saturday, March 10, 3pm-7pm – Miracle Mile, SR 953 (LeJeune Road) in Coral Gables We provide the drinks and bites, but you bring the style. Experience Coral Gables’ famed Miracle Mile in a whole new way. Enjoy specialty cocktails and gourmet bites, and enter to win exclusive raffle prizes while supporting a good cause. Those who attend the event […]
Monday, August 21, 12pm-5pm – South Florida The eclipse will be visible – weather permitting – across all of North America. The whole continent will experience a partial eclipse lasting two to three hours. Halfway through the event, anyone within a 60 to 70 mile-wide path from Oregon to South Carolina will experience a total eclipse. […]