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Located at the New World School of the Arts High School, this theater was opened to promote arts and theater in the community. The students of the school use this theater to showcase their talents and skills to the teachers and locals alike. The university also has a theater program that is structured and professional. The theater is used to house special events and musicals. This is a must-visit place if you like arts and dance.
Since its inception, MDC Live Arts Lab has been known to dish out some of the most iconic shows and performances the city has seen. Dedicated to performing arts, this venue plays host to a variety of classical and contemporary stage shows. Boasting an annual schedule packed with concerts, musicals, operas and dance performances, there's more than one way to be entertained at this fine venue.
This 5.5-mile (8.9-kilometer) long river flows from the Miami Canal through the city of Miami, opening up at the mouth at the Port of Miami. The river was once completely natural when inhabited by the Tequesta Indians, but has since seen an abundance of dredging and modification. The river is now polluted and used primarily for commercial use by cargo ships, but it remains a famous Miami sight.
The Tina Hills Pavillion is used for smaller concerts, receptions, press conferences, and other corporate events. Seating is divided between 200 fixed seats and 800 lawn seats. Event planners can have performances either facing seats or facing the beautiful Biscayne Bay. The Pavillion even hosts free yoga classes!
The Bayfront Park is a beautiful patch of green that consists of Klipsch Amphitheater, which seats 10,000, and Tina's Pavilion for a smaller audience. Concerts, fund raisers, yoga classes, and a host of other events take place throughout the year. The nearby Bicentennial Park is also a popular venue. Celebrities and rock stars are seen from time to time, lending their voice for a cause.