Long and wide, the States summarize everything the world has to offer in a single country: from desert expanses to megalopolises, the navel of modernity, from the most important business centers of the world economy to the hot atmospheres of cities that take you straight to the Caribbean .
Miami, which certainly needs no introduction, is one of them: synonymous with postcard beaches and nightlife, it lives in a perennial holiday atmosphere that, even at the twilight of the summer season, does not fade at all.
If we are lucky enough to be in Miami for September, we will have many scheduled events, all perfect to give us a taste of summer and holidays in what, everywhere in the world, is the month of returning to the daily routine.
The catchy notes, soundtracks of the summers of recent years, of the pop star Lily Allen make the evening absolutely carefree September 9th, while the Brazilian rhythms of the timeless Caetano Veloso they will give a Latin flavor to that of the 13 September 20 hours: 00 (entrambi al Jackie Gleason Theater a Miami Beach).
Latino will also be on Friday September 19th which, like all third Fridays of the month, makes the Little Haiti Cultural Center a hymn to the culture of the Central American nation. Big Night in Little Haiti, from 18 to 22 pm, it offers music, tastings, art and entertainment, not only capable of involving the public, but also of convincing the jury of the New Times Best of Miami to award it as Best Festival.
If we want to experience the real Miami atmosphere, another opportunity comes from Food Truck & Music Fest that, every fourth Wednesday of the month (on September 24th), from 17 pm to 23 pm, offers lots of music and excellent entertainment, as well as delicious culinary specialties. The atmosphere is relaxed and festive, cheerful, but not too much, in short, the typical event that brings everyone together.
Finally, the review of Latin American events concludes Cultural Fridays, that is the cultural Friday, which this year is held the 26, last Friday of the month (from 19 pm to 23 pm), in Calle Ocho, between the 13th and the 17th that sees the main ingredients in art, but also in excellent food and craftsmanship.
Of course Miami rhymes with Latin American culture, but that's not all; for those looking for much more decisive sounds and more biting experiences, here they will find bread for their teeth: Motörhead's Motörboat is a cruise festival that lasts 4 days (from 22 to 26 September) which, starting from Miami, touches Key West and Cozumel (Mexico) , and then return to Miami.
The undisputed queen of the cruise will be the rock music, but there will be games, competitions, theme nights and, of course, all the luxury and comfort of a first-class cruise.
After a truly different cruise, another appointment awaits us on Saturday 27th, l’American Indian Day. Like every year, on the fourth Saturday of September, Miami dedicates a day to Native Americans: this day is dedicated to respect, awareness and the dissemination of notions and concepts of native culture through dances and music, crafts and dishes. The appointment is at Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, from 10 to 18.
Last, but not least, we remind you that for the whole month (until the 30th) there is the tasty Miami spice, a traditional appointment that allows you to have lunch and dinner in many local restaurants at an affordable price for all budgets (three courses, respectively $ 23 and $ 39): among these, I point out Toro Toro (famous for its tapas and steaks) and the Japanese Zuma.
If we are not yet ready to say goodbye to the summer, the ideal destination is, therefore, Miami: let's put a nice colorful shirt in our suitcase and book the first flight!
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