Buskerfest Miami Street Performance Festival returns to Downtown Miami on Friday, Dec. 11, 4-8 p.m., as local musicians, theater groups, comedians, acrobats, dancers and more will be showcasing their talents at ground level of the Metromover Inner Loop stations and select satellite locations.
The final performance and wrap-up party begins at 8 p.m. at the Tina Hills Pavilion in Bayfront Park, featuring an explosive performance by JUke, Miami’s post-blues, harmonica rockin’, barn-burning band known for high-energy shows.
The event is free for attendees and offers a unique opportunity to meet the local performance community and revel in the diversity of Miami’s culture. Attendees can pick up a Buskerfest passport at any stop to track their travels, select their favorite act of the night, enter a raffle and cash in on deals and discounts offered by downtown businesses, restaurants and bars.
Buskerfest Miami is a collaborative organization dedicated to improving civic life through public street performance. The Buskerfest Miami Street Performance Festival 2015 is generously supported by the Knight Foundation, the Miami Downtown Development Authority and Tiliarts, part of the Tilia Family of Companies.
For information, visit buskerfestmiami.com.