March truly is the month of madness in Miami. From festivals and sporting events to spring break, there is no shortage of entertainment offerings. However, the Miami Open presented by Itaú remains one of our all-time favorites, returning to Hard Rock Stadium from March 21 to April 1, featuring some of the greatest global names in tennis.
Miami Open Stadium Court at Hard Rock Stadium. PHOTO COURTESY OF MIAMI OPEN
In addition to the 96 men’s and women’s singles draws and 32 doubles draws gracing the courts, the Miami Open will also present inviting food and beverage, music and art offerings. Returning vendors include cherished destinations like Casa Tua Cucina and Kiki on the River, and newcomers span the likes of Wynwood’s beloved sushi destination Omakai to riverside favorite The Wharf, Mexican hot spot Bodega Taqueria y Tequila and more.
Lamb from Kiki on the River PHOTO COURTESY OF MIAMI OPEN
Having played host to historic moments, including the kickoff to the Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer rivalry in 2004 and the first time the Williams sisters competed against each other in a WTA final, the tennis tournament promises incredible entertainment and access to the sport in an impressive setting. Returning to normal capacity this year, guests will experience the Miami Open they know and love at its best, with 360-degree LED boards on Stadium Court, increased seating and a fresh look and feel with the addition of new infrastructure and green space. Tickets available at miamiopen.com, 347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens, @miamiopen
Decadent pizza from Casa Tua Cucina PHOTO COURTESY OF MIAMI OPEN
Fresh salad from Casa Tua Cucina PHOTO COURTESY OF MIAMI OPEN