Miami Spring Break Parties are famous on or offshore, we aren't called the Magic City for nothing
The recent alcohol restrictions on targeted areas may have put a damper on things, but guess what: it’s not going into effect until March 7th, which gives you at least a week’s reprieve to attend all the Miami spring break-related events in Miami. The downside: limited tickets. The upside: lots and lots of alternatives.
Book your place at this week’s spring break parties in this part of South Florida.
Spring Break Party Boat
This Miami Spring Break Party Boat is a three-hour event with an open bar and party bus taking place twice a day from March 2nd to March 6th. It’ll resume three days later after the alcohol ban goes into effect, but you don’t have to worry about it affecting the fun.
The boat party begins at 6 p.m., with the first session ending at 9 p.m. and the next one at midnight. This puts it well within the legal hours for selling and having all the booze you want. Check-in starts an hour and a half before each session, so make sure you get there at least a half-hour before the party starts.
Secure your place in any of the many boat parties scheduled for this week to mix your spirits, enjoy the champagne shower, dance to the beat, and enjoy a ride along the Miami skyline.
Late Night Drip
The Late Night Drip claims to be the biggest nighttime pool party globally, and it’s back just in time to avoid the new alcohol restrictions by 24 hours. The party will kick off on March 5th at 10 p.m. and end at 3.30 a.m. the next day.
While tickets are $350 per person, they’re more than worth their price, considering the booze is free-flowing and completely free for the ladies until 11.30 p.m. The location is none other than The Oasis at Magic City Innovation District, a scenic and beautifully designed venue in Miami.
Play Pool Party
The Clevelander South Beach Hotel and Bar has organized spring break pool parties in Miami for years. The best thing about them: free access. The Play Pool Party is open to both outsiders and hotel guests this weekend, March 5th–March 6th.
The party will last seven hours, from 11 p.m. to six p.m., and feature:
- A swimming pool
- Live entertainment in the form of dancers and DJs
- Party games, such as beer pong
The party is open to anyone 21 and above. Free entry for non-hotel guests is open until 2 p.m., so make sure you get there with plenty of time to spare. If you’re wondering, tickets are limited and only available for sale at the hotel during party hours. Get in there quick because it’s first come, first serve!
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