Things to Do in Miami in June

This post lists things to do in Miami in June, updated for 2020. We include family-friendly activities, events, concerts, festivals, and things to do at night.

If you need more ideas, check out our comprehensive post on things to do in Miami at any time of the year.

 

 

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TOP 10 EVENTS AND THINGS TO DO IN JUNE IN MIAMI 

This section features our top 10 activities to enjoy in Miami in June.

For tips on the most popular activities in Miami, check out our other popular posts: 


1. See a Concert

Miami has a few musical performers stopping in this city on tour.

 

 

See Stubhub for a list of concerts in Miami this month


2. Attend a Sporting Event

The Miami Marlins may be back in action as early as the end of June, which means that you might have an opportunity to see them play!

 

 

Baseball

Find more Miami sporting events on StubHub.


3) Enjoy the Theatre

Fans of music and theatrical productions will have an abundance of great options to choose from in and around Miami this month.

Initially debuting on Broadway in 1971, Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock opera with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice.  

 

 

You can see this unforgettable show at the Ziff Ballet Opera House at the Adrienne Arsht Center on June 27, 2020.

Find more Miami theatrical productions from Stubhub. 


4. Take a Sightseeing Tour

The best way to see what the Magic City has to offer is with a sightseeing tour. There are several great walking tours in Miami

If you’re interested in architecture, you might enjoy our free self-guided Art Deco tour. Read about other free activities in Miami.

 

 

A convenient way to get around Miami while learning about the city is to take a hop-on-hop-off bus tourAs the weather starts to heat up and the buses are air-conditioned.

These tours make stops at over 20 popular points of interest and attractions and include live English commentary (or recorded commentary in 11 languages).


5. Get In On the Eats at Coral Gables Restaurant Week 

During almost the entire month of June, more than 40 different restaurants located in the ever-so-beautiful area of Coral Gables participate in the annual Coral Gables Restaurant Week.

Each restaurant offers a special three-course, prix-fixe lunch and dinner menu at incredibly discounted prices.

 

 

Why not explore the famous Miracle Mile and have an inexpensive date-night out on the town? Be sure to bring your appetite! 


6. Experience Endless Talent at the American Black Film Festival  

Taking place in various theaters all around South Beach, the 24th annual American Black Film Festival will take place on June 17-21.

The Festival brings awareness to entertainment content created by and about people of African descent.

 

 

Not only will you experience the world’s largest gathering of black film admirers, but they’ll also be live entertainment as well.


7. Save Money with a Tourist Discount Pass

There are several different discount Passes you can purchase to save money on the most popular attractions in Miami.

You can often save up to 45% off retail prices on entertainment, tours, and attractions throughout the city.

 

 

Attractions Included in Various Passes: 

  • Fort Lauderdale Half-Day Tour
  • Wynwood Art Walk Tour
  • Gator & Wildlife Park Safari
  • Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour

Find our full comparison post on the Miami passes available here.


8. Spend Father’s Day with Dad in the Magic City 

June 21st is the day we take the time to honor our Father for all they do.  Why not treat Dad to one of these exciting excursions so he can have a day he’ll never forget?

 

 


9. Enjoy All of Florida’s Fresh Fruits at the Redland Summer Fruit Festival 

It wouldn’t be summer in sunny Florida without fruit! On Saturday, June 20th, come on out and experience all the fruits, nuts and spices from all around the tropics at the annual Redland Summer Fruit Festival.

 

 

Located at Fruit and Spice Park, this event not only features the best-of-the-best grown in South Florida, but also offers local wines, smoothies, and other goodies!

This event is family-friendly with a kids play area and even a watermelon-eating contest!

Cost of admission is $10, while children 11 and under are free. 


10. Experience Wynwood Pride 2020 

Join thousands of others as they join together to benefit the LGBTQ community from June 12th-June 14th at Wynwood Pride 2020. 

Located in Miami’s most colorful, unique and hip neighborhoods, Wynwood, this weekend is sure to produce nothing but fun! 

 

 

If DJs, dance parties, lip-synching battles, artisan vendors and authentic culinary cuisine are on your list, then you don’t want to miss this event. 

 


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