North Beach Bandshell

North Beach Bandshell

Located beachside in the North Shore Historic District, North Beach Bandshell is an open-air amphitheater known for its consistent lineup of international and local musicians. Once a month it's the music spot for a food truck night on Ocean. Managed by Rhythm Foundation since 2015, the Bandshell has welcomed acts ranging from Devendra Bernhardt to Alice Coltrane to Kurt Vile and has also hosted music festivals such as the Transatlantic Festival. In 2016, it received recognition as "Best Venue" from New Times Best of Miami. Since its construction in 1961, The Bandshell has brought the community together as a gathering place for cultural events and entertainment. From big Band shows to seasonal Mike Douglas Show location to a roller skating rink, it has undergone various transformations and was restored to its former glory in 2011. Renovation efforts have been ongoing with further enhancements to the adjacent Bandshell Park, which features domino pavilions and a glass tile mandala art installation. The Bandshell is conveniently located off of Collins Avenue with municipal parking available at 73rd Street and Collins (free after 6pm). Food and drinks are offered once inside the bandshell property however no outside food or drink is allowed. The space accommodates 1,350 general admission concertgoers (500 catered seating) and is available for performance/event rental.

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