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What’s Happening This President’s Day Weekend

The 31st Annual Miami Yacht Show is kicking off this weekend. From Thursday, February 14 through Monday, February 18 the most expensive yachts are set to dock at the One Herald Plaza nestled between the Venetian and MacArthur causeways.

 

If you aren’t planning on finding your next yacht for a trip to the Amalfi Coast or boats just aren’t your thing, you can still enjoy all the glitz and glamor this weekend has to offer, here are 3 things to do this weekend:

 

Explore Art Wynwood

Just a few steps away from the Miami Yacht Show, the Art Wynwood fair will be taking place. Beginning in 2012, Art Wynwood has become the premier winter destination contemporary and modern art fair in South Florida and offers the most diverse, affluent and culturally savvy international audience in the United States. Produced by Art Miami, the Art Wynwood fair will debut its eighth edition during this Presidents Day Weekend, February 14 – 18, 2019, at the former Miami Herald site. Art Wynwood showcases a dynamic array of works, featuring emerging talent from the contemporary market, mid-career artists, blue-chip contemporary, post-war and modern masters.

What you need to know: Cost: From $30 One day tickets to $200 VIP ticket that includes access to the VIP lounge, admission to the yacht show and more. Click here to learn more

 

 

See Some of Your Favorite Artist at III Points

This year III Points will feature international artists like SZA, Herbie, Hancock, A$AP Rocky, and more blaze the stage. III Points is set to create an immersive experience, blending art, visuals, film, and food for an amazing concert experience. With 100+ artist this festival is definitely something you wouldn’t want to miss

 

What you need to know: Cost: $80 one day tickets, $125 for VIP tickets, Click here to learn more

 

 

Enjoy Some Stone Crabs

The famous Joe’s Stone Crabs is the perfect place to go for tender and succulent crab meats. There you can find, the Florida Stone Crab claws in filled with flavorful crab meat. It’s the perfect time to check out this South Florida’s seasonal dish, which is only available from October to March so don’t miss out.