February 14-February 18
Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin
The 1,300+ boats and super yachts with helipads were apparently not enough for Miami’s bougie boating crowd, so this year the annual event will step up its game with more boats, more yachts, a Strictly Sail Miami tent with the latest and greatest sailing equipment and apparel, and a brand-new VIP experience for extra-bougie boaters. Snag a VIP ticket and you’ll get exclusive access to a luxury tent with free food, open bar, live music, an outdoor viewing lounge, and free hair and makeup services from GLAMSQUAD.
Cost: Single-day tickets start at $25
Bublé is BACK! And he’s hotter than ever. His new album Love was released in November, and the four-time Grammy winner is going on tour to sing his sexy renditions of classic hits like “When I Fall in Love,” “Love You Anymore,” "Unforgettable,” "I Only Have Eyes for You," and a bunch of other songs that will probably make every woman fall in love with Michael Bublé.
Cost: Tickets start at $79
February 15-February 18
III Points Festival is the “Ultra” of Wynwood, and for its 6th edition, it’ll be bigger and better than ever. Parties and sets will go until 5am all weekend, and 100+ artists will grace the stage, like SZA, Herbie Hancock, Tyler, the Creator, James Blake, Beach House, A$AP Rocky, Erykah Badu, Blood Orange, Virtual Self, Yaeji, Four Tet, Peggy Gou, Ben UFO, SOB x RBE, Dean Blunt, &Me, DJ Stingray, and more.
Cost: Single day tickets start at $65
February 16-February 18
Whether you go for the 360+ professional artists, the Italian ices guy, or because your child’s school is volunteering and you thus feel obligated, this arts festival has been going strong for 56 years. Taking over Coconut Grove like it does every President’s Day Weekend, there will be food, live music, a family area presented by iHeartRadio, a new artists program, and thousands of wandering Miamians with FOMO.
Cost: Tickets start at $5 for Grove residents and $10 for everyone else