Posted on October 15, 2018
Miami Performance Series Kicks off
The Knight’s Foundation proudly presents the return of the Friday evening live musical performances. Part of the Miami Design District owned by entrepreneur Craig Robins and L Catterton Real Estate, the Miami Design District Performance Series is held at the Palm Court. The weekly Friday evening performances are being produced by Emilio Estefan, who has been a Grammy Award recipient nineteen times. These free performances have earned much notoriety since their inception in 2017. They provide entertainment for the communities and neighborhoods away from the traditional theaters. This series in brought to the people in collaboration with the Miami Symphony Orchestra.
Some of the talent that will be entertaining this year will be The Uprising, Julian Marley, Luis Enrique, Bernadette Peters, Thelma Houston, Emily Estefan, Nestor Torres, Frankie Marcos, El Micha, and Clouds featuring Carlos Oliva. Taylor Dayne, and The South Florida Youth Symphony are also scheduling as part of the performances. Great entertainment is guaranteed for every member of the family. This is a wonderful place to spend Friday evenings where the lack of expenses is no problem the best performances to grace a stage are waiting each Friday evening beginning in October. The Miami Design District also offers other features for a well-rounded blend of informative, educational, and entertainment pleasures.
Other features of the Miami Design District during the Performance Series include movie screenings, two museums, YogArt, guided art tours, family day, and lectures. Fridays will become the most anticipated day of the week for every family member. The performances will start in October and run through December fourteenth. Every genre of music will be represented for those who have a favorite music preference. This is the fourth season for the Performance Series, and the roster of diverse talent will provide Miami residents and visitors with eleven weeks of fun and excitement.
Besides having the best cultural experience, the Miami Design District is also a culinary destination that features world class offerings. Dinner and free entertainment do not get any better than what the Miami Design District provides during the Fall season. Your Friday can consist of food from multi vendors, and dishes inspired by many different cultures. Some eateries will off Friday happy hour specials beginning at five o’clock in the afternoon. The Fall of the year has just gotten better with the startup of the Miami Design District’s Performance Series. Many people will get into the holiday spirit with this Series which is the perfect prelude to the approaching holiday season.