The Arsht Center is Florida’s largest performing arts center and one of the biggest in the United States, with three main venues and an outdoor plaza space. The impressive complex opened in 2006 but still has a touch of history: a part of the 1929 Sears, Roebuck & Co. Art Deco tower is prominently displayed, which predates the Art Deco architecture found in South Beach. The Arsht Center offers many free, community-based performances and programmed series including the Flamenco Festival and its concert series “Live at Knight,” with touring acts and performances year-round.
The complex is located on Biscayne Boulevard just a mile north from YVE Hotel Miami. Both parking and valet parking at the Arsht Center are painless, however, public transportation is also readily available. Visitors can catch the Metromover train, which runs until midnight, giving guests ample time to get back after an evening show. Catch the electrically-powered transit from College Bayside Station, located on NE 3rd Street (from YVE Hotel, take a left on Biscayne Bay, then another left on NE 3rd). Take the Metromover five stops until you reach the Adrienne Arsht Center station. Head west on NE 15th Street and take a left on Biscayne Bay Blvd. The Arsht Center is less than two blocks down on the right.
Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Boulevard
Box office: 305-949-6722
Box office hours: Mon-Fri 12-5 pm
Days of show, box office opens at noon or 2 hours prior to show.
Free, guided tours of the center are available Mondays & Saturdays
Genres are wide-ranging at the center, with off-broadway tours, dance, jazz, theatre, opera, classical music and more. The center also plays host to programmed series, such as Jazz Roots, Theater Up Close, the Miami Lights Project’s Here and Now Festival, and the Ziff Dance Series. The center is non-profit and community-based, offering inclusive classes and free events for everyone to enjoy. See the center’s upcoming event calendar.
Book your fine dining experience with Chef Brad Kilgore, James Beard finalist and named “New Best Chef” by Best Chefs America. Kilgore is the mastermind behind the center’s elegant Brava, which offers Italian-style fare, a-la-carte. Dinner reservations can be booked online when you purchase a show ticket, or if you’re just interested in a meal, that’s okay too. See more information.