What To Do in Miami This September

Michael Muzquiz | September 5, 2019 | Lifestyle

Thirteen things to do in Miami to kick off fall this September!

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Sean Connery as James Bond in Dr. No

9/5-10/20
South Florida Consortium Group Exhibition
Presented in conjunction with Miami-Dade County’s Department of Cultural Affairs, this group exhibition focuses solely on South Florida artists. Times vary, $10, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, mocanomi.org

9/7
Arts Launch 2019

An open house for families to experience previews of the performances coming to the Arsht this season. 10am, free admission, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Downtown Miami, arshtcenter.org

9/7
The Best of Bond: James Bond Musical Tribute
Presented by the South Florida Ballet Theater, this performance led by Sean Patrick Kennedy and Honey Cuddles features songs (from various 007 films) by Adele, LuLu, Tom Jones, Sam Smith, Shirley Bassey and Paul McCartney. 2pm and 8pm, $30-$50, Aventura Arts & Cultural Center, Aventura, browardcenter.org

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Dave Koz (center) and friends do right by jazz.

9/8
Dave Koz & Friends: Summer Horns
The Grammy-winning saxophonist is joined by Gerald Albright, Rick Braun, Kenny Lattimore and Aubrey Logan for a jazz-infused celebration of summer. 7pm, $44-$90, Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale, browardcenter.org


9/11
Lizzo
The singer and rapper performs songs from her third studio album, Cuz I Love You Too. 8pm, $50-$80, The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, Miami Beach, fillmoremb.com

9/11
Restorative Forest Bathing Meditation

At this gathering, participants partake in a seated meditation followed by a one-hour walking forest bathing session through Vizcaya’s rockland hammocks led by certified guide Fereshteh Toosi. 6pm, $15-$50, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Coconut Grove, vizcaya.org

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Scott Stapp is ready to share music from his latest album.

9/12
BoDeans
The rock band performs hits such as “You Don’t Get Much” and “Idaho.” 7:30pm, $40-$50, Broward Center for the Performing Arts, browardcenter.org

9/14-21
Brazilian Film Festival of Miami
Movies by Brazilian filmmakers about the Brazilian experience get their screen time. The event ends with the presentation of the Crystal Lens Award for the best film in the showcase. Times, locations and prices vary, inffinito.com

9/21
The Gipsy Kings
Flamenco, Latin sounds and Western pop come together in this performance headlined by Nicolas Reyes (lead vocals) and Tonino Baliardo (lead guitar). 8pm, $42-$122, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Downtown Miami, arshtcenter.org

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9/21-22
International Aroid Society Show & Sale
This display features rare and unusual plants from members of the International Aroid Society, offering attendees a chance to purchase them. Times vary, $25, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Coral Gables, fairchildgarden.org

9/25
1,000 Eyes on the Water Seminar
Miami Waterkeeper, an organization dedicated to ocean preservation, will be on hand for this training seminar to teach folks about ways to observe, document and report problems in Miami’s waterways. 6pm, free admission, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Coconut Grove, vizcaya.org

9/27
Scott Stapp
The Grammy-winning songwriter and frontman of the rock band Creed shares songs from his upcoming solo album, The Space Between the Shadows, which dropped in July. 8pm, $40-$65, Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale, browardcenter.org

9/28
India: A Tribute
to Celia Cruz
Puerto Rican Grammy Award-winning singer India presents a concert highlighting Cuban legend Celia Cruz’s beloved songs. 8pm, $62-$188, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Downtown Miami, arshtcenter.org



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Photography by: sean connery photo by United Artists/Entertainment Pictures via ZUMA Press; dave koz & Friends & scott stapp photos courtesy of broward center; Omar Cruz Photography