When you hear mention of Miami, many things come to mind from gorgeous beaches to incredible restaurants and an exciting nightlife scene. While large crowds flock to Miami during the hottest months of the year, there’s really no bad time to visit Miami. In fact, the fall months are a great time to visit one of the Southeast’s most exciting cities. During October, there is no shortage of festivals and events that are sure to make your trip to Miami worthwhile. It’s easier than ever to fly via private jet charters to Miami and whether you’re heading south for business or for pleasure, we can help you find plenty of fun activities to fill your time.
Average temperatures in Miami during the month of October range between the low 70s and the mid-80s, making for enjoyable days and magical nights!
Antique lovers and collectors alike will enjoy the Lincoln Road Antique and Collectible market held each Sunday beginning in October and going thru May. Vendors set up along the Lincoln Road Mall in Miami Beach and showcase items such as antique jewelry, china, vintage clothing, furniture and other highly sought-after items.
Miami is known for its Latin flair and abundance of fabulous salsa, mariachi and meringue music, but did you know Miami has a well-established jazz scene? The Miami Jazz Society has a full schedule of events during October for jazz fans including the 2012 Jazz and Film Series which pairs films with jazz performances for unforgettable entertainment experiences!
In addition to the Miami Jazz Society’s events, Festival Miami, Florida’s Premier Live Music Festival will present around 30 different concerts, master classes and lectures during the month of October. Held in part with the Frost School of Music, Festival Miami offers world premieres and symphonic concerts, chamber music presentations and jazz performances.
One popular event in Miami during October is the Broward Carnival Parade & Festival, celebrating Caribbean culture, music, food, arts & crafts and an outrageous Mardi gras style parade at Sun Life Stadium. October in Miami also brings the Coral Gables Oktoberfest which is 10 days of traditional German food, beer, music and entertainment.
October is Hispanic Heritage Month in Miami and the Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival will take place October 20-21 along Biltmore Way in Coral Gables. Another fun festival is the Mad Hatter Arts Festival in historic Coconut Grove, offering a variety of arts and entertainment including a tea party and art show
Looking to rub elbows with some celebrities during your stay in Miami? Then you’ll want to frequent the Florida Room at the Delano Hotel. Designed by musician Lenny Kravitz to capture old Florida glamour with a modern twist, this South Beach hot spot is a mecca for jetsetters. Tuesdays are the popular night to visit as famed Delano Tuesday parties are usually when A-list actors, athletes and musicians make appearances.
As far as airports go for private jet charters to Miami, you have four options to choose from, depending on what your needs might be. Miami International Airport (KMIA) is home to the MIA General Aviation Center, serving jet charters with its own hangar, refueling services, customs and immigration clearance and ground services. Other jet charters airports in Miami include Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport (TMB), Homestead General Airport (located near the Homestead/Miami Speedway) and Opa-Locka Executive Airport (KOPF). Opa-Locka is just three miles from Miami’s Sun Life Stadium, making it the most convenient private airport for jet charters to a Dolphins or Marlins game.
If your life could use some excitement in the form of an adventure, maybe Miami is the place for you! It’s easy to perform a trip request on www.jetcharters.com to locate one of our operators in your area.
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