On Monday, February 20th, the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), proclaimed the Official Symphony Orchestra of the City of Miami, is returning to the Miami Design District for a community open-air concert outside the neighborhood’s 100-year-old Moore Building. The event is free and open to the public.


Kicking off at 6:30PM, the Miami Design District will be closing off NE 40th Street, paved by a signature red carpet to make way for the celebration. The concert is supported by Mayor Francis Suarez, and is being produced in collaboration with famed musician and producer Emilio Estefan, and hosted by Dacra CEO & President, Craig Robins. The night will commence with an opening performance by a soon-to-be-announced headliner musician, followed by Maestro Eduardo Marturet’s recreation of the original 1922 official concert repertoire.


What: MISO Concert

Where: Miami Design District, 160 NE 40th St.

When: Monday, February 20

Time: 6:30PM