It's a MUST DO! Every year.
This was my 3rd time attending carnival in Miami but my first time playing mas and it was a great experience! I will be back next year. My friends and I took the shuttle bus from one of the pick-up locations and it saved us from dealing with parking and a lot of traffic!
Always an awesome time whenever we go to Miami Carnival!! Can't wait to go back!!!! #boomblas #wasio
If you love Caribbean culture (music, food, drinks, women) you have to check it out!
I really enjoyed myself. This was my third year. I’m definitely coming back. I will say that as far as buses for masqueraders, either more buses or bigger ones so it’s not such a longer wait. However, I’m grateful that they did use buses this time cause that’s a long walk. The experience is always a feet burning, body aching, awesome experience every time I go lol. Speaking As an Honorary Islander, Miami carnival rocks. Had two carnival virgins who participated and as far as I know, they will be coming back. Two thumbs up to the committee.
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Miami Carnival continues to follow the recommendations of local, state and federal agencies in monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In conjunction with Miami-Dade and Broward County governments, visitor bureaus, and our local Caribbean Consulates General, we are following the established Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended guidelines to limit exposure and spread of the virus in local communities. Despite the current postponement of local mass gatherings in Miami-Dade and Broward County, we will continue to monitor any developments on the impact of events scheduled for the Fall season. Our team will provide updated information on our website and on our social media platforms.
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