In light of the current Coronavirus situation please check with event organizers for updates and refunds in the event of cancellations. We will continue to monitor closely this rapidly evolving situation and provide relevant updates on this page, please refresh your browser to see the latest update. This information is current as of May 21, 2021.
* City and County-wide Coronavirus Measures
* Miami and South Florida Events that have been cancelled / postponed
* Upcoming events / attractions that have reopen / on schedule
* Miami Current Travel Status, Airports and Ports
City and County-wide Coronavirus Measures
The countywide curfew from midnight to 6:00 am has been lifted. Consistent with CDC recommendations, people who are not fully vaccinated must continue to wear masks indoors and in crowded outdoor spaces.
The following establishments and activities are now OPEN:
- * Restaurants and foodservice establishments may operate at full capacity with limited social distancing protocols
* Outdoor activities and parks
* Condominium and hotel pools with strict social distancing and masks rules
* Summer camps and child daycare centers with strict capacity limits
* Office buildings
* Retail stores
* Grooming services
* Beaches - People will still need to stay six feet apart and social distance, and groups will be limited to ten people or less
* Gyms and fitness centers
* Outdoor attractions like Jungle Island, Zoo Miami, bike rentals, boat and bus charters are allowed to reopen, not all of them have opened
* Bars, breweries, banquet facilities, nightclubs and party venues
* Short-term vacation rentals
* Movie theaters, concert houses, performance venues, auditoriums, playhouses, bowling alleys, arcades, indoor and outdoor amusement facilities and attractions, and adult theaters
* The CDC has lifted its "no sail" order on U.S. cruise ships. Cruises can restart under stringent health and safety protocols.
* Large sporting events and entertainment venues and theme parks should consider reducing capacity.
Here's the latest on reopening phases and measures in Miami-Dade County
Miami and South Florida Events that have been cancelled / postponed due to Covid Measures
* The Deering Seafood Festival has been postponed to October
* The Miami Auto Show has been postponed to October
* Florida Supercon has been postponed to September 10 - 12, 2021
* The Miami Beach Gay Pride Festival has moved to September
* SunFest Music and Arts Festival for 2021 has been suspended, see you next year April 28 - May 1, 2022
* Rolling Loud Music Festival from May 7 - 9, 2021 has been postponed to July
Miami and South Florida Attractions that remain closed
* Jungle Island is CLOSED
Miami Events that are ON
* Miami Heat Games at AmericanAirlines Arena have restarted, spectators to be allowed with limited attendance and social distancing
* Performances at the Adrienne Arsht Center have restarted, quite a few OUTDOOR performances on schedule.
* The SOBE Wine & Food Festival from February 24 - 28, 2021 is postponed to May
* The Miami Beach Air & Sea Show from May 29 - 30, 2021 is ON
* The City of Ft. Lauderdale Memorial Day Great American Beach Party on May 29, 2021 is ON
Miami Attractions That Have Reopened / Remain Open
* Zoo Miami is OPEN, tickets must be purchased online, members and Summer Pass holders must also make a reservation for the day of their visit.
* Everglades National Park - All areas of the park are now OPEN. Park waters remain open for access from outside the park. Tours have reopened with enhanced measures. Visitor Centers at Ernest C. Coe and Shark Valley are OPEN
* Lion Country Safari Drive-through Safari is OPEN, Safari World has reopened on a limited basis, all animal habitats are open, petting zoo and giraffe feedings have resumed, Safari Falls Water Park is still closed
* Biscayne National Park The kayak launch and restrooms at Convoy Point are open on a limited basis. The visitor center is CLOSED. Boca Chita, Elliott and Adams Keys are open on a limited basis. Biscayne National Park Institute snorkeling and paddling tours have resumed, scuba diving has been added!
* Big Cypress National Preserve roads, trails and campgrounds are open. Swamp and Oasis Visitor Centers are OPEN.
* John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park has reopened. The beach, boat ramp and trails are available. Snorkeling tours have resumed on a limited capacity.
* Gator Park Airboat tours are running.
* Frost Science Museum and Planetarium has reopened
* Museum of Discovery and Science is OPEN
* Some Biscayne Bay Cruises have resumed, book with confidence as most of the operators are offering a free cancellation policy for up to 24 hours before activity starts: Duck Tours, The Original Millionaire's Row Cruise and the Adrenaline Junky Jetboat Rides are ON
* Snorkeling Boats have resumed operations in the Florida Keys and at Biscayne National Park and John Pennekamp State Park
* Wynwood District is OPEN, check out the fabulous street art and murals
* The outdoor upscale Design District is OPEN
* The gardens at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens are OPEN
* The outdoor areas at the Deering Estate are OPEN and hikes and kayak rentals have resumed. The daily historic tours are postponed until further notice
* Tidal Cove Water Park at the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa is OPEN
* The Fairchild Tropial Botanic Gardens are OPEN
* Perez Art Museum is OPEN
* Miami Seaquarium is open on weekends from November 6, 2020
Miami Current Travel Status, Airports and Cruise Ports
Please note that situation is extremely fluid and it changes daily. Restrictions that may affect your travels are put in effect with little or no advance notice. This is specially true if you are coming from overseas. You should be prepared for additional travel precautions at the ports of entry and red tape like health declaration forms, screening measures and quarantines.
Miami International Airport (MIA) is now one of the approved entry airports for overseas passengers that must go through health screenings under the latest US travel restrictions along with these other approved airports: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco, Seattle and Washington.
The CDC has lifted its "no sail" order on U.S. cruise ships. Cruises can restart under stringent health and safety protocols.
We are keeping all those who have been affected by the Coronavirus accross the world in our hearts and prayers.
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