Miami Events in February 2011

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Tuesday nights

"Alma de Tango" features World Tango Champion Monica Llobet.

Bringing the romance, passion, and elegance of the tango to South Florida. Every Tuesday night enjoy the intimate atmosphere of a Buenos Aires milonga transported to the beautiful Danielson Gallery inside the historic Biltmore Hotel. From beginning basic steps and technique to advanced musicality, select your dance level and continue dancing the night away in a milonga style open dance for all enriched by top tango orchestras to nuevo tango by innovative musicians. No Argentinean night is complete without tango and a selection of fine wines. The Biltmore is also raffling away a brunch for 2 certificate!

Advance Group Class 8:00pm -9:00pm
Beginner Group Class 9:00pm - 10:00pm
Milonga dance for all 10:00pm- 1:00am

$20.00 for class and milonga, cash bar
Biltmore Hotel at 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134

Shameless Burlesque at Transit Lounge
February 11, Friday
Soothe your broken heart or celebrate that love affair with "dangerfun", naughty-but-nice spankings, sparkly pasties and tassels galore. The ladies of Shameless Burlesque invite you to a special evening in downtown Miami at Transit Lounge. 729 SW 1st Avenue. Click here for the invitation.

"ART IN THE PARK" presents Romeo and Juliet
February 12 & 13, 3pm
A free cultural event in Miami Beach. The play takes place at Flamingo Park at Meridian and 12th Street. For  more information contact 305-673-7577.

Lincoln Road Walking Tour (FREE)
February 12, 10am-12pm
Join Garden guides in a free walking tour of Lincoln Road Pedestrian Mall focusing on the trees, plants, and architectural visions of Morris Lapidus and Raymond Jungles. Gather at 10AM on Lincoln Road at Washington Avenue. Refreshments will be served at the end of the tour.

Miami International Boat Show
February 17-21
Miami's largest exhibition of boats and yachts also includes free sailboat rides and seminars. Plan ahead. Click here for more information.

America's Top Model Audition
February 19
If you are female, between the ages of 18-27 and a US CITIZEN (not resident) and want to see if you have the look and are ready to take a couple of months to compete on the reality show, please click here.

Walk for the Dogs
February 19, 8:30am, Bayfront Park
Presented by Pet Supermarket, the Walk for the Animals is dedicated in memory of Randy Reed, an animal lover and dedicated volunteer of the Humane Society. Activities include a bounce house and inflatable basketball court, face painting, arts and crafts, games and more for the kids, with plenty of prizes and product samples from the event sponsors. There will be a special Bakery Tent where you can get pastries and a great cup of coffee. The 1-mile stroll around the park - with or without a dog - begins at 10 a.m., followed by award presentations. The minimum donation for walkers is $50 for a single and $100 for a family with 2 adults and 2 children. Register as a walker or get information about forming your own official Walk Pack. Contact

Andrea Vettoretti, Classical Guitar Concert
February 19, 8pm
The Miami Classical Guitar Society is pleased to present the third concert of its International Guitar Masters Series 2011, featuring the solo recital of Italian virtuoso Andrea Vettoretti. Winner of twelve National and International Competitions, including Città di Ravenna; the “Subinates prize” in Switzerland; and the XV edition of the prestigious A.R.A.M. of Rome, Andrea Vettoretti is one of the most renowned guitarists in Europe. The concert takes place Saturday, February 19th, 8:00 PM, at the Società Dante Alighieri (Alliance Française), 618 SW 8th Street; Miami, FL 33130. Tickets cost $20 at the door, and $15 members, students, seniors. Parking is free. For more information, call 305-412-2494, or visit

Coconut Grove Arts Festival
February 19, 20, 21
One of the famed events in Miami. Celebrating its 48th anniversary in 2011, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival® is one of the nation’s premier outdoor fine Arts Festivals. The Festival showcases the works of over 360 of the finest artists and craftsmen in the world. A signature event of the South Florida cultural calendar, the Arts Festival offers visitors the opportunity to meet with exhibiting artists, sample fine cuisine, enjoy live entertainment and take a walk through history. $10.00 admission.

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