This weekend, Miami gives you something to satisfy every single one of your senses. Not even joking.
Cirque du Soleil presents its rendition of Michael Jackson classics, and the Miami International Film Festival screens their first weekend of films.
The Miami Beach Convention Center will be filled with the best in Latin American art, while a reggae festival takes over Virginia Key.
Yuck it up with comedy king pins Donald Glover and Aziz Ansari and fill that Game of Thrones-shaped hole in your heart with Cavalia's Odysseo.
Michael Jackson: The Immoral World Tour by Cirque du Soleil
Friday Through Sunday
American Airlines Arena
Tickets: $50 to $175
See a tribute to the King of Pop unlike any other. Set to his iconic music -- which you probably know every word to-- the performers of the famed Cirque du Soleil show bring a new dimension to Michael Jackson.
Pilobolus Dance Theatre
Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.
Arsht Center's Ziff Ballet Opera House
Tickets: $25 to $90
Pilobolus Dance Theatre, an experimental dance company started out of Dartmouth College, combines modern dance, gymnastics, shadow play, and performance art. L.A. Times called them a "versatile and zany, rough-and-tumble modern dance troupe," and Chicago indie rockers OK Go solicited their trippy moves for a recent video.
South Beach Comedy Festival
Fillmore, Colony Theater, Lincoln Road
The South Beach Comedy Festival continues this weekend with funnymen Donald Glover, Aziz Ansari, and Jeffrey Ross. Check our South Beach Comedy Festival guide here.
Friday Through Monday
Miami Beach Convention Center
Tickets: $12, free from Noon to 2 p.m.
This year, the annual exhibition of Latin American art features a special section of photography titled “fotoamericas.” Argentina art takes center stage as does Venezuelan art master Carlos Cruz-Diez. For collectors, don’t miss the silent auction to snag some of his work, benefiting Art in Public Places.
Miami International Film Festival
Friday through March 11
Gusman, O Cinema, Coral Gables Cinema, Regal
Take your pick of more than 100 independent films at Miami’s annual homage to cinema. See our top picks of films here.
9 Mile Music Festival
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Virginia Key Beach Park
Tickets: $49.89 to $166.50
Get in touch with your rasta side with this longtime Miami reggae festival, featuring both iconic and new artists on the scene. Listen to Stephen, Damian and Julian Marley, Burning Spear, Collie Buddz, Wale, and others. Don't forget to bring canned goods for the collection going on at the show.
Through March 25
Tickets: $29.50 to $219.50
This equestrian spectacle sends horses and humans in a grand dance around Miami's waterfront big-top. See photos from Cavalia's Odysseo here.