What to Do This Weekend in Miami: May 29th – 31st

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Another weekend in Miami is upon us, and with so many places to go, sometimes you need a little help figuring out just how you’re going to spend it. To make this weekend in the Magic City one to remember, why not try the haute happenings listed below? (You can thank us later.)


6:30 PM, MIAMI BEACH: “Vino & Vinyasa” 


This Friday night, Circa39 is giving Miami locals and visiting yogis the chance to kick-off their weekend in the most relaxing way possible — with a one-of-a-kind Vino & Vinyasa event at sunset, in the hotel’s idyllic and tropical courtyard. Collaborating with the world’s most revered yoga brand, Lululemon, Circa39 invites Miami’s finest ladies to start their Friday night with Vinyasa and end it with artisan wines from WunderBar and light, organic bites from Essensia Restaurant, at The Palms Hotel & Spa. Circa 39 is located at 3900 Collins Avenue. Prices for the class start at $25 per person.


11 AM, SOUTH OF FIFTH: “Big Hats & Bow Ties” Brunch


Taking place at Miami Beach’s most precious Mediterranean gem, Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis, The Miami Symphony Orchestra’s special “MISO Brunch” is sure to satisfy guests’ musical, gastronomic and philanthropic palates. Led by Conductor Eduardo Marturet, guests of the cultural treat will be taken on a musical and culinary tour of Greece — all while raising money for a good cause. Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis is located at 730 1st Street. Tickets are $350 per person, and can be purchased here.

8 PM, WYNWOOD: Style Saves’ 1st-Annual “Art Heist”


For the first time ever this Saturday, art enthusiasts, philanthropists and competitive personalities alike are invited to come together for a one-of-a-kind, exciting art and fundraising event: “Art Heist,” benefitting Style Saves. Taking place at Wynwood’s The Hangar Gallery, this evening will feature coveted artwork by GG The Artist, Isaac Mendoza, David de Fex, Clint Comer, Andres Risquez, Rich Esposito and more — and all valued between $500 and $2500 apiece. When the signal is given, each ticket holder will be given exactly 20 seconds to conduct a legal heist by sprinting and capturing any piece of art they can get to; knowing full well that they get to take home whatever they grab. The Hangar Gallery is located at 2235 NW 2nd Avenue. Tickets to this event are $250 in advance and $300 at the door. Style Saves is committed to raising money to give clothing, shoes and accessories to underprivileged children.


1 PM, WYNWOOD: “Lazy BrunchBQ”


For a Magic City brunch like no other, grab your friends and head to Canvas, this Sunday, for the unveiling of what is sure to become the ever-popular “Lazy BrunchBQ” series. Featuring live music from local blues favorites — like Aura the Band, The Wynwoods, and JUke, as well as DJ interludes by Myke Dilla — this unconventional brunch will also have food and garden-inspired drinks by Wynwood favorite, Coyo Taco, and Airstream Apothecary. To round out the itinerary, The New Tropic will be hosting interactive patio games all afternoon long. Canvas is located at 90 NE 17th Street. Guests must be 21 or older to attend and RSVP here.

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