Earth Day is on Saturday, April 22nd, which is coming fast. Miami Beach, with all of its natural beauty and splendor, is a big advocate of this lively and festive holiday. With so much to do, we threw together a short guide for Earth Day in Miami this year.
The 4earth Mini Film Festival
The night before Earth Day, The 4earth Mini Film Festival will host a lovely outdoor screening at the Miami Seaquarium. Projecting on a screen outside on a field that overlooks Biscayne Bay, the festival producers will screen four-to-five short films with focuses on marine science, and environmental issues. Guests can bring blankets and picnics!
Event Website. Miami Seaquarium. 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway. Miami, FL.
Yoga & Flow Arts Festival
Anyone out there who is a passionate Earth Day enthusiast will find solace with this wellness day hosted by a group called Conscious Love Movement. This festival takes place on Earth Day—Saturday, April 22nd—and the following day at The Ruf, a bohemian event space in Miami. The festival will have vegan food trucks, guided meditations, yoga, ecstatic dancing, drum circles, and more.
Event Website. The Ruf. 5110 Northwest 2nd Ave. Miami, FL.
In alignment with cities around the country, Brickell City Centre and Modern OM will host a mass meditation on the morning if this year’s Earth Day. There will be tea served at 8:30am followed by the widescale meditation with light bites and the opening of Modern OM’s new pop-up store following.
Event Website. Brickell City Centre. 701 South Miami Ave. Miami, FL
Yoga At Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Head over to one of Miami Beach’s most vibrant attractions at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden on the eve of Earth Day—Friday, April 21st—for an evening of music, film, and a sunset yoga practice. Be sure to bring a picnic and a blanket for this fun-filled evening surrounded by pungent flora and fauna.
Event Website. Miami Beach Botanical Garden. 2000 Convention Center Dr. Miami Beach, FL
Just Go Outside
The major point of Earth Day is to celebrate the natural wonder of our planet, and there are few places better to do that than Miami Beach. Immerse yourself in nature at its finest on the gorgeous sands of South Beach, with the warm spring sun beating down on you.