Miami Outdoor Live has an idea, social distancing will be key at a new venue on the edge of Tamiami Park for concerts and events in the future.
Tickets must be reserved online ahead of time, as seats are sold by the “pod,” for groups of up to six. Ticket-holders can pre-order bottle service for delivery when they arrive. and you can wait and order service once you’re there. There will also be food for sale from local food trucks and vendors. Masks are required, and there will be temperature checks, so don’t show up sick.
“Miami Outdoor live was created with the struggling live-event industry in mind,” said Javi Zayas, president and CEO of Swarm. “Miami Outdoor Live will bring entertainment back to our city, all while getting folks back to work. We are thrilled to have the support of Miami-Dade County as we work hard to rebuild our industry.”
The first show on Feb. 13 will feature reggaeton stars Mau y Ricky.
On Feb. 26, Classic Albums Live performs Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon.”
Outdoor Live also plans to host comedy shows.
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