Discover Afro-Caribbean dance and celebrate the last month of Summer events in Miami to the fullest
Beach time, warm weather, and a ton of entertaining events and activities are all hallmarks of August, popularly known as the month of events in Miami Beach & Greater Miami.
The city is less populated now, but there is still a lot going on, including an opportunity to enjoy and learn Afro-Caribbean dancing and a cuisine festival honoring Black-owned eateries. Major League Baseball is on its way, and a world-famous ballet festival is all set to rock the city of Miami. August also marks the beginning of Spice Restaurant Months in Miami.
Here are some events in Miami you shouldn’t miss this month:
The Frost Science Museum's exhibition of the mammoth ice age
The fourth floor of Downtown Miami's Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is occupied by mammoths as the museum's newest permanent exhibit. This includes a 10-foot-tall skeleton of a juvenile woolly mammoth.
The fossilized remains of several cat species, including lions and mastodons, as well as their skulls and teeth, will teach you more about the other species that inhabited the planet during the last ice age. A definite pleasure when looking for cool events in Miami.
Miami Beach Kizomba Festival
African dance known as kizomba first appeared in the 1980s in Angola. It also means party. Therefore, the festival is all about enjoying yourlseves and having a gala time. The Kizomba Festival is a festival related to all things African diaspora and Africa.
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