We include nighttime, free, as well as family-friendly events, concerts, and activities, updated for 2024.
We also have a post explaining the weather in Miami in February.
For tips on the most popular activities in Miami, check out our other popular posts:
1. Attend a Concert
The Miami area has a number of touring performers with shows in February.
From internationally headlining artists to regional tours, there will be a concert for everyone.
- Journey/Toto | Sunrise | February 12th
- Rod Stewart | Hollywood | February 13th
- Gipsy Kings | Fort Lauderdale | February 14th
- Stevie Nicks | Hollywood | February 24th
- GroundUP Music Festival | February 2nd-4th
- Ultra Music Festival Miami 2024
Find other concerts taking place in February in the Miami area here.
2. Attend a Sporting Event
Florida has a wealth of professional and college-level sports teams.
You can find multiple home games for basketball, hockey, and tennis this February.
- Serie del Caribe | Baseball | February 1st-9th
- Delray Beach Open | Tennis | February 9th - 18th
- Monster Jam | Monster Trucks | February 24th, 25th
3. Enjoy A Show
Fans of theatrical productions, dance, and comedy will have no shortage of great options to choose from in and around Miami this February.
- Alvin Ailey American Dance | Miami| February 2nd-3rd
- Sister Act | Fort Lauderdale | February 3rd-18th
- The Great DuBois: Masters of Variety | Aventura | February 9th, 10th
- Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour | Fort Lauderdale | February 28th
Find other Miami-area productions here.
4. Take a Sightseeing Tour
February is the perfect time to take a sightseeing tour, as the weather is perfect in Miami this month!
Of course, there are several great walking tours in the city.
If you’re interested in architecture and getting to know downtown, we offer a free, self-guided Art Deco tour.
Because Miami's top attractions are a bit spaced out, a hop-on-hop-off bus tour is a perfect way to see them all.
These tours make stops at over 20 popular points of interest and attractions and include live English commentary (or recorded commentary in 11 different languages).
5. Go to the Gay8 Festival
The Gay8 Festival is a Latino LGBTQ music, food, and arts street festival located in the historic area of Little Havana.
There's no way to be bored at this festival! Over the years, there have been drag shows, film showcases, food contests, comedians, and more/
The event takes place on February 18th in Little Havana on SW 8th Street (from SW 17th Avenue to SW 13th Avenue).
Admission is free. Learn more here.
6. Experience the South Beach Wine & Food Festival
Presented by the Food Network and the Cooking Channel, the annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival is a foodies dream come true!
Events take place all over the city, but the main focus is in South Beach.
You'll find tastings, brunches, classes, ice cream socials, and much, much more.
Activities take place February 22nd-25th
NOTE: Food lovers may also be interested in taking our Miami food tour!
7. Celebrate Lunar New Year
It's the Year of the Dragon which will be celebrated at a number of Lunar New Year events across the world.
A number of restaurants in the Miami area hold special events that you can look out for.
A few restaurants to check for celebration events are:
You can also visit the modern and cool 10,000 square Asian Market and food hall 1-800-Lucky.
8. Go to a Boat Show
If you're a nautical lover, then this is the event for you.
See more than 1,300 boats on land and in the water at the world's largest boat and yacht show, The Miami International Boat Show.
You'll be able to admire the boats and find live entertainment at this family-friendly event.
Activities take place February 14th–18th at six locations: Miami Beach Convention Center, Pride Park, Herald Plaza, Venetian Marina, Museum Park Marina, and Superyacht Miami at Yacht Haven Grande Miami.
Note: For those interested in motors of another sort, the 2024 Motorcar Cavalcade Concours d'Elegance takes place the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa on February 4th.
9. Attend an Arts Festival
There are a few art festivals taking place in February in Miami, a few of which are free to attend.
Coconut Grove Arts Festival | February 17th–24th | 60th year
Join more than 120,000 people in exploring the streets of 'The Grove' with visual, performing, and culinary arts experiences.
Art Wynwood | February 14th–18th | 11th Year|
The works of emerging and known contemporary artists as more than 50 international galleries from around the world display their works.
South Miami Rotary Art Festival | February 24th-25th | 39th Year
This free arts festival features almost 130 the works of over 130 artists in South Miami on Sunset drive.
10. Save Money with a Tourist Discount Pass
There are several different discount Passes you can purchase to save money on top attractions in Miami.
You can often save up to 45% of retail prices on entertainment, tours, and attractions throughout the city.
Fortunately, we've broken it all down for you in our post.
Or, if you already know which discount pass best suits your purposes, you can purchase one here: