Independence Day Weekend Events in South Florida
In the past, Independence Day has seen scores of people head to Miami Beach and beyond to enjoy the fireworks and some fun. This year, most of the gatherings have been closed although some cities will be doing displays, albeit with measures in place such as preventing access to the public entirely (i.e.: Fort Lauderdale).
The Confidante Hotel in South Beach is celebrating Independence Day all weekend long. The festivities begin on Friday with all-day barbecues plus movies by the poolside during the evening, live music, outdoor games (including a frequently sanitized giant Jenga), and more.
If you’ll be doing Biscayne Bay boating this weekend, you may want to look out for Keyla Castillo’s RawBar2Go. She can often be spotted near sandbars serving her personally made ceviche to other boaters, and she’ll be doing just that this weekend from noon to 8 pm.
Will you be attending any of these Fourth of July events or will you remain safely at home? Remember that if you plan to visit Miami Beach, a curfew is in place. Sales of alcohol will no longer be allowed at any retail locations after 8 pm and most people will need to be indoors from 12:30 am to 5 am.
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