Celebrate President’s Day Weekend with the Miami Design District’s lineup of community and family-friendly events. The streets will be lined with red carpets to showcase an eclectic range of musical performances, unique art forms for art and book connoisseurs, and an impressive display of rare automobile displays. The weekend’s events are free and open to the public.
The weekend kicks off with Miami Concours 2023, February 17-19. Honoring Lamborghini’s sixtieth anniversary, the event returns in its six year with a presentation of exotic, rare, and iconic models from luxury automakers such as Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Pagani, and Ferrari. The highly-anticipated motoring event culminates with three striking red carpets, each making way for distinct Concours activations, on Sunday. The scene will serve as a magnificent backdrop for the curated selection of automobiles, including a historical (and historic) display of Lamborghinis along 39th Street. Auto enthusiasts will also explore an unforgettable display of hypercars from Pagani Automobili as they celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary.
On February 20, Miami Symphony Orchestra Concert will close down NE 40 Street for a signature red carpet and concert by multi-platinum JUNO Award-winning The Tenors (Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Mark Masri, Alberto Urso), and three-time Grammy Award-winning Cuban-American artist Jon Secada. Following the opening performances, Maestro Eduardo Marturet of Miami Symphony Orchestra will recreate the original 1922 official concert repertoire in collaboration with Emilio Estefan.