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Klipsch Amphitheatre at Bayfront Park

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Klipsch Amphitheatre at Bayfront Park

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YourHelpfulWendy wrote a review Apr 2019
Miami, Florida2,023 contributions149 helpful votes
We had a good time in here. They have the stage and some chairs in front of it for whoever buy tickets with assign seating. The rest of the people can seat on the grass. You can take your own chairs and blanket or rent them over there. The light on the stage at night were beautiful and even though I did not expect it the sound was superb. The only thing i didn't like was the parking because I had to pay $25. Everything else's was good. It's a very fresh and romantic place !
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Date of experience: September 2018
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jilejon wrote a review Aug 2017
Gilbert, Arizona189 contributions37 helpful votes
We went to a summer concert here, and unfortunately it rained. We did bring ponchos, so we were able to deep somewhat dry at least on our upper bodies. I did see one of the workers holding a handful of ponchos, but I don't know if she was handing them out or selling them. One of the hawkers came around during the intermission, and he was selling the ponchos. So, if you have any reservations about the weather during your event, bring your own poncho and/or umbrella. There was a covered area in the very back of the venue, but I think you would have still gotten a little bit wet under there. They did check bags before entering, and no food/drink was allowed in. There were food and drink vendors inside the amphitheater area. The restrooms were down a scary set of stairs and weren't as clean as I would have liked. There is a lot of parking right across the street, so it wouldn't be hard to find a spot, just be prepared to pay a bit for these spots. The sound was great during the concert, even with the rain. Seats assignments were easy to find.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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James C wrote a review Jul 2017
Florida58 contributions17 helpful votes
We saw The Cure perform in concert at the Bayfront Park Amphitheatre on June 27, 2016. I had never been there but I'll definitely be back! It's an awesome venue for an evening/night concert. The sound is outstanding, it's comfortable and the surrounding scenery is perfect for a Miami concert.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Christina C wrote a review Sep 2016
Fort Lauderdale, Florida103 contributions19 helpful votes
We saw the Goo Goo Dolls who had 2 opening groups before them. The sound system was very good. My seat broke in the middle of the concert, but by that time, everyone was standing anyway. The venue is clean, neat and tidy. There are plenty of staff to help you find your seat or answer questions. They have paramedics on hand to help passed out customers (which happened that night) It has several food trucks and cocktail stands. One small gin and tonic costs $12.00, a little high, but it is Miami after all. Next concert I attend there will probably be in the winter, instead of when it's 95 degrees at night!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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chester110105 wrote a review Sep 2016
Boca Raton, Florida899 contributions240 helpful votes
My husband and I saw Goo Goo Dolls here recently and found it to be a fantastic venue! It's just off the water (not that you can see it from the amphitheater itself, but it's nice walking there) and totally in the midst of all the downtown Miami buildings. They have lots of food and drink available and reasonably priced for a venue like this. There are assigned seats, as well as lawn. We sat in the lawn and found it to be very pleasant. There are not screens, so if you are toward the back, you can't see detail. Also, it is completely open, so check the weather and bring a poncho in case of rain. We lucked out and had the perfect night! It was our first time here, and I hope it's not long before we are back. BONUS: There are tons of restaurants just across the street. Lots of them were open even after the concert, which ended around 11 pm. Great options and lots of variety!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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