All eyes are on Hollywood where the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino opens its long-awaited guitar-shaped hotel and state-of-the-art, 6,500-seat Hard Rock Live concert venue. If you can’t snag tickets to the big opening featuring Maroon 5, there are still lots of options for memorable entertainment.

Maroon 5

Oct. 25, Hard Rock Live

Coming off a year-long World Tour that hit four continents, with over 50 shows in more than 20 countries, Maroon 5 will be the first to take the stage of this premier South Florida venue. You won’t be the only fans screaming when Adam Levine takes the stage to perform their chart-topping hits.

Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper: “AC2

Nov. 2, Broward Center

Join Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper for an unscripted, uncensored and unforgettable conversation. The late-night talk show host and the journalist, longtime friends, interview each other and take questions from the audience. It's a live, interactive intersection of pop culture and world events.


Todrick Hall: “Haus Party Tour

Nov. 15, Broward Center

Multi-talented singer, rapper, actor, director, choreographer and YouTube personality Todrick Hall rose to prominence on “American Idol,” but he is best known for his role as a judge on VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” He brings his latest production to the Broward Center’s Au-Rene Theater.

Jonas Brothers

Nov. 15, BB&T Center

The sexy sibling trio released their latest album, "Happiness Begins," this summer and have 

been hitting the road to share both new tunes and old ones to fans across North America on 

the Happiness Begins Tour. Who is your favorite brother – Nick, Joe or Kevin?

“A John Waters Christmas”

Dec. 2, Kravis Center

Delving into his love for the annual December warning list of unsafe toys to give to your child, his hatred for email Christmas cards, the Easter Bunny and any kind of holiday food issues, legendary filmmaker and John Waters, aka the “Pope of Trash,” brings a cool yule like no other.

David Sedaris

Dec. 3, Parker Playhouse

Join best-selling author and NPR contributor David Sedaris at the Broward Center for an evening featuring all-new stories, an audience Q&A and book signing. With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, the openly gay Sedaris has become one of America's pre-eminent humor writers.

“Straight Up with Stassi”

Dec. 6, Parker Playhouse

Everyone’s favorite authority on basic, Stassi Schroeder, is taking her hit podcast on the road for the first time ever. Stassi wrote the New York Times bestselling book, “Next Level Basic,” and is the owner of National #OOTD Day, but you know her from Bravo’s hit show, "Vanderpump Rules.” 

Sutton Foster

Dec. 7, Parker Playhouse

Two-time Tony-winning actress, singer and dancer Sutton Foster (“Thoroughly Modern Millie” on Broadway, TV Land’s “Younger”) returns to the Parker Playhouse for an evening of song with music director Michael Rafter. She sing both favorites and selections from her new album, “Take Me to the World.”

Art Basel

For one week each December, wealthy collectors and celebrities converge on South Florida, the result of the phenomenal growth of Art Basel Miami Beach at the convention center and the many satellite fairs that make Art Week Miami special.

When the doors close at the convention center and exhibition tents, the action is just getting started as galleries, hotels and studio spaces across the city host receptions, parties and performances. DJs spin tunes well into the wee hours of the night at the most popular venues.


Art Basel Miami Beach

Dec. 5 – 8, Miami Beach Convention Center

$65 one day/$145 multiple days with advance online purchase

Art Basel Miami Beach is among the most important art shows in the U.S., drawing exhibitors from North America, Europe, Asia and Africa and specializing in contemporary and modern art, as well as works by emerging artists.