Fireworks, food, patriotic music, and festivals, what more do you want for the celebrations for the Fourth of July. Independence Day is celebrated with lots of arrangements and fun in Miami. The bars, South Beach restaurants, and public places get all decked out far and wide. While some people start their day with some quality time at one of the sun-soaked beaches or a water park, at night, no one misses the epic and grand fireworks across the city.
So, wear your best red, white, and blue attire to these family-friendly events and chow down on your favorite American cuisine before marveling at the spectacular illumination of the sky at night. Here are the greatest 4th of July activities in Miami to help make the day unforgettable with festive foods, dance parties, and other ways to celebrate the United States of America.
This Independence Day, party like never before. Join the 4th of July Spectacular which will be featuring live bands, a kids zone, beach games, contests, family activities, and a dazzling fireworks display. The dazzling pyrotechnic display is an annual favorite of children and adults of all ages.
Be sure to aboard the Celebration Yacht, departing from Miami. Whether you’re traveling with friends or bringing family, this friendly, all-ages party cruise will give you stunning views of the Miami skyline and the 6 different fireworks all at 9:30pm. Enjoy a live DJ with uplifting beats, know that all 130 guests are guaranteed premium views, Food, tasty hors d'oeuvres, open bar, midnight toast.
Nikki Beach, a long-time Fourth of July favorite, is bringing the Hamptons to Miami this holiday weekend. It's Fourth of July celebrations will include a fantastic seafood boil ($55 per person), plenty of rosés, and private fireworks show at 9 p.m. to finish off an amazing evening.
Every year Gulfstream Park hosts a fabulous Freedom Fest. The celebration features an array of entertainment, including live racing, family activities, giveaways, entertainment and a trackside Fireworks show. Right on the border of Broward and Miami, Gulfstream Park has grown into one hell of an entertainment complex with its horse racing track, which draws crowds seven days a week, rain or shine.
Join Beach Club and Rapture Festival for a wellness-centered party. Independence Beach is held on the sand next to the restaurant and includes a day of mindfulness programs, fitness courses, and healing techniques including Chakra balancing and Reiki.
There is no Fourth of July celebration without a parade. At 11 a.m., visit Key Biscayne to see a classic patriotic procession complete with flying planes, marching bands, golf carts, floats, and loads of US-themed decorations. Crandon Boulevard is closed to traffic from Harbor Drive to West Enid Drive for the parade. Picnics and nighttime fireworks are also held on the Village Green.