Pérez Art Museum Miami | This Miami museum is launching free film screenings on the water

Pérez Art Museum Miami

The floating movie theatre is nothing new in Miami. We’ve seen our fair share of beach movies with a 4/20 theme, Super Bowl watch parties, and boat-in movies. The Pérez Art Museum Miami, which debuts Floating Films on the Bay this fall, gives the trend a family-friendly makeover. When the weather finally turns chilly enough to do anything outdoors in December, the free, monthly film series will start showing.

In the Heights will be shown on October 6 in observance of Hispanic Heritage Month. The museum will show the documentary Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, which details the illustrious life of the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, on November 3 in honor of National Novel Writing Month.

On December 22, The Holiday will make its final appearance, capping up the season. A definite comfortable movie, but avoid dressing up because the outdoor screening will still take place in Miami.

The 60-foot floating screen from Ballyhoo Boats will show movies on Biscayne Bay. With an RSVP, viewings are absolutely free and start at 6 o’clock. People are urged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to make the experience more pleasant. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Also, a good suggestion would be a portable fan.

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