Young dancers in colorful embroidered costumes and traditional garb perform a syrtos as patrons wander by, munching on gyros and homemade pastries. All of this takes place at St. Andrew Greek Orthodox Church’s Miami Greek Festival, a three-day celebration of Greek culture and the local community. All day, the festival showcases traditional Greek music and folk dancing, while kids’ rides and wine tastings cater to visitors of all ages. The bakaliko, a traditional supermarket, sells feta and vlahotiri cheeses, kalamata olive, and olive oil so that patrons can take home some of the flavors of Greece.
Saturday, February 24, 6pm-11pm – MOCA Plaza, 776 NE 125 ST, North Miami The City of North Miami’s 2018 Black History Month Celebration will conclude with the 3rd Annual Music in the Plaza, the City’s signature concert event. This year’s concert features live performances by Karyn White, Evelyn “Champagne” King, Chubb Rock, and headliners Dru […]
Sunday, December 17, 1pm-7pm – The Tank Brewing Co, 5100 Northwest 72nd Avenue, Miami Come join Project Toy for their 5th Annual Toy Drive at the Tank Brewing Company with special guest, Miami Hurricane legend and Super Bowl Champion Bryant Mckinnie! Project Toy collects & donates toys for pediatric cancer patients receiving treatment at Alex’s […]
Thursday, March 24, 7pm – iPic Theaters, 3701 Northeast 163rd Street, North Miami Beach iPic North Miami Beach is bringing the Silent Disco experience to the big screen. Join for drinks and appetizers before the first ever Silent Disco screening of Snowpiercer on March 24th. Headphones are included in your movie ticket price, along with […]