Get ready for an extraordinary evening of soulful rhythms and captivating stories as the 8th Annual South Beach Jazz Festival presents Alfredo Rodriguez & Friends at the iconic Miami Beach Bandshell on Saturday, January 6!

This unique event promises an immersive journey into the heart of Latin jazz, where the rhythms of Havana come alive through the masterful storytelling of Alfredo Rodriguez’s piano. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind experience that promises to transport you to the vibrant streets of Havana.

More than just a musical performance, this concert is a celebration of culture, rhythm, and the unifying power of music. Expect a night filled with vibrant energy, compelling storytelling, and a fusion of musical styles that will keep you dancing all night long.

Renowned for his ability to weave narrative and emotion into his performances, Alfredo Rodriguez will bring the stories of his Cuban heritage, immigrant experiences, and musical journey of self-discovery to life. With his latest album, “Coral Way,” acclaimed for its innovative blend of Latin, jazz, timba, tango, and funk, every note promises to tell a story and every rhythm invites movement.

The 8th Annual South Beach Jazz Festival, a highlight of South Florida’s music scene, returns to Miami Beach from January 4-7, 2024. Presented by Power Access, this star-studded event will feature global jazz icons like Cécile McLorin Salvant, Alfredo Rodriguez, pianist Matthew Whitaker, the vibrant Something Else! ensemble, Grammy-winning trumpeter Brian Lynch, and jazz pianist Tal Cohen. Expect a diverse lineup from the jazz spectrum, including top international artists, regional favorites, and emerging talents. The festival showcases 18 performances, master classes, and various activities, both ticketed and free, across Miami Beach’s key venues, including the Faena Theater, Collins Park, The Bass, Miami Beach Bandshell, and the Lincoln Road outdoor promenade. This collaboration with the Rhythm Foundation offers an immersive jazz experience with tickets and a limited “All Access Pass” available at