Announcing our new summer lineup!
Summer Shorts 2018 | May 31 - July 1
Summer Shorts, America’s Short Play Festival is a yearly theatrical celebration showcasing the best brand-new ten-minute plays, comedies and musicals in the country!
David Blaine Live | June 8
Blaine is known for his exceptional fusion of magic and stunt work, unlike any other modern-day performer. The one-man show will be an interactive experience to shock and awe audiences.
Siudy Flamenco: Amor Brujo | June 23
El Amor Brujo is the original masterpiece of composer Manuel de Falla. Siudy adds a flamenco twist to this story of a young widowed gypsy tormented by the ghost of her late husband.
The Wizard of Oz – Film with Orchestra | July 14
We're off to see the Oscar®-winning film as it has never been seen before: re-mastered for the big screen and accompanied by a live symphony orchestra!
Lior Suchard | July 20 & 21
Funny, mind-blowing and totally entertaining, Lior Suchard's 90-minute show combining mind-reading and mentalism will leave your whole family amazed!
WAR | July 28
Known for their classic anthems including "Spill the Wine," "Why Can't We Be Friends?" and "Low Rider," the legendary funk band WAR has electrified audiences since the '70's. WAR will ignite the Knight Concert Hall with their signature sound fusing rock, funk, jazz, Latin and reggae.
SIRO-A: Techno Circus | July 28 & 29
This non-verbal, technodelic performance group amazed the world with their performance on America's Got Talent. From Tokyo, Japan, SIRO-A fuses mime, ground-breaking visual effects and a techno soundtrack to create a whole new entertainment!
¡Fuácata! Or A Latina’s Guide to Surviving the Universe | August 1 – 19
This one-woman tour-de-force performance brings more than 20 Latinas to glorious life on stage by weaving together tales of love, marriage, immigration, and identity through eclectic stories and whimsical song!
Siempre Flamenco | August 31 – September 2
Celebrating thirteen years of Cante Flamenco in Miami, Siempre Flamenco's festival returns to the Arsht Center for a spectacular production featuring acclaimed Spanish singers Macarena de Jerez, Paco del Pozo and José Méndez, world renowned dancer José Barrios, and exceptional guitarist Jose Luis de la Paz.
Please note that the Mainly Mozart Festival Finale will no longer be performed at the Arsht Center. Click here for more information about the Mainly Mozart Festival.