Miami Beach Bandshell South Florida Symphony Orchestra – Miami Beach Bandshell

South Florida Symphony Orchestra

"Preserving Our Coral Reef" by South Florida Symphony Orchestra combines music and visuals to introduce students to the amazing world of classical music. The program features content around science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics (STEAM) that align with Florida State Standards. It empowers children to pursue STEAM-based careers. The concert highlights the contributions of noted scientist, the father of the process of coral micro-fragmentation, Dr. David Vaughan, which leads to quick regrowth of coral. The interactive performance will explore the plight of Florida’s 350+ mile-long coral reef with accessible language and interactive props.


Show time

11:00 AM

Doors open

9:30 AM

Event date

Tue, March 5

Minimun Age

All ages


Where do we park? arrow down

The municipal parking lot at 73rd Street and Collins Avenue is across the street from the Bandshell, and it is free (!) after 6pm. When it is full, look for street parking.

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The venue is an open air facility, covered by our new canopy. Shows are scheduled rain or shine.

Can we bring a picnic? arrow down

No outside food or drink inside the Bandshell, please. We have a fully-stocked bar, and we usually feature wonderful food vendors inside the venue. We also have a water refill station.


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