A variety of ways to celebrate this New Year’s Eve in Miami

A variety of ways to celebrate this New Year’s Eve in Miami

2021-12-22T21:32:17-05:00December 22nd, 2021|Economy, Events, Miami, Tourism|

Writer: Sara Suarez

new years eve in miami2 min read December 2021 — 2021 has brought recovery, hope, and tremendous economic growth. And although the Omicron variant is threatening a slow down this holiday season, there are still ways to celebrate the year that was and the year ahead. From indoors to outdoors, Invest: explores some of Miami’s top New Year’s Eve celebrations. 

Fontainebleau New Year’s Eve 2022

Celebrate the end of 2021 at Miami’s emblematic resort and its oceanfront pool. Headlined by eleven time Grammy Award winner, Doja Cat, and featuring DJ Alesso, Fontainebleau New Year’s Eve promises to be a surefire way to start off the new year in style. Doja Cat will be performing some of her top songs, including the hits “Kiss me More,” “Woman,” and “Say So.” Alesso, the famous Swedish DJ, will also be a special guest of the night, giving the evening a buzzing EDM touch. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased here

Cuba Under The Stars 2

Hosted at Miami International Mall, Cuba Under the Stars 2 promises an unforgettable night with what they tout as a “majestic musical and dinner show.” Cuban music, cocktails, and most importantly, food will be available for all guests that attend what will be the last magical night of 2021. The musical theater show will present a love story that showcases Cuban culture under the lights of nostalgia. Famous Cuban personalities will attend, including Grammy award winning artists. Seats start at $150. For tickets and more information, visit this link

Calle Ocho

For a Miami New Years Eve experience on a budget, Calle Ocho is the ideal place to visit on Dec. 31. While making a reservation at one of the many restaurants along the street is recommended, it’s not necessary to enjoy the Cuban music and fireworks that will be present. Some of South Florida’s most authentic Mojitos and Cubatas will be found in abundance. New Year’s Eve on Calle Ocho allows visitors to celebrate the year that was in one of Miami’s most iconic cities.  

Dreamland – Miami

This festival promises to be the Coachella of LGBQ+ events. Dreamland – Miami is a four-day experience that includes beach yoga and workouts, stargazing from the Clevelander South Beach Hotel, and an incredible lineup of upcoming, trendy artists and DJs. Tickets are on sale at the starting point of $399, including a 3-night accommodation, and an All-Access Party Pass. Food and beverage will not be included but will be provided. To purchase tickets, with or without hotel stays, visit this link.

NYE at the Gatsby’s Yacht 2021

The list would not have been complete without an iconic Miami yacht party. The SeaFair Miami, a.k.a ‘Gatsby’s Yacht’, is a $40 million, 222-foot, mega-luxurious yacht. Globally renowned yacht designer Luis De Basto created the masterpiece vessel as the “largest commercial operation ship in the Intercoastal waterway.” For a less crowded view of the fireworks, purchase the tickets before this five-hour experience sells out. Tickets start at $379 and go all the way to $6,495, and can be purchased here