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Festivities start at 7pm
Collins Park, Miami Beach

A FREE New Year's Eve Celebration on Miami Beach 


Elaine Alvarez Soprano
Russell Thomas, Tenor
Marianne Cornetti Mezzo-Soprano

Marianne Cornetti, Mezzo-Soprano


VIP Packages

Upgrade your holiday experience and support Orchestra Miami! 

$300 per person

Reserved premium seating

Reserved parking space

Complimentary bar access 

Complimentary self-service dining

Champagne Toast at Midnight!

$150 per person

Reserved parking

Reserved seating

Access to cash bar

Concessions available for purchase

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VIP Packages are included at ALL sponsorship levels. Additional tickets are available for purchase!

Kevin Short, Bass-Baritone

A Celebratory Evening!

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6:00pm- Doors Open

7:00pm- Music by Orchestra Miami's String Quartet

8:15pm- Screening of "Following the NinthWatch the trailer here!

10:00pm- Orchestra Miami performs Beethoven's "Ode to Joy!"

Midnight- Ring in 2022 with Fireworks!

Happy New Year!


On New Year’s Eve (Dec. 31, 2021), Orchestra Miami presents the ultimate New Year’s Eve Celebration- an unforgettable, family-friendly, beachfront concert of Beethoven’s iconic Symphony N. 9 (Ode to Joy), performed by Miami’s premiere professional orchestra, Orchestra Miami, led by Miami native and Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi with an all-star line-up of soloists- soprano, Elaine Alvarez, mezzo-soprano Marianne Cornetti, tenor Russell Thomas and bass-baritone, Kevin Short. Cuban-American U.S inaugural poet Richard Blanco has crafted a beautiful translation of Schiller’s poem, which will be sung by a community choir, prepared by Dr. Giselle Elgarresta Rios and Jared Peroune.

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FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

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What should I bring?

Bring a beach chair or blanket, picnic, Skin So Soft for no-see-ums, comfortable shoes to walk in the sand, and bug spray. Seating is not provided except for handicap patrons.

Is this family friendly?

Yes, recommended for ages 8+. 

What shouldn't I bring?

No glass containers allowed on the beach! No weapons or dangerous objects!

Where do I park?

1. G7 garage in the 1755 Meridian Building (15 min. walk)

2. 17th street garage across from City Hall (16 min. walk)


Arrive early to allow time for parking, walking to the park & staking out your spot!

Where are bathrooms?

Public restrooms available on the beach at the 21st Street entrance. Handicapped facilities located in the VIP area- ask attendant for assistance

Will there be food?

Concessions are available for purchase from the Boucher Brothers concessions. Bring a picnic! Please note, that alcohol is ONLY available for purchase and consumption in the VIP area


Orchestra Miami strongly recommends that you keep your mask over your nose and mouth at all times during the event. Please practice social distancing. Come early to claim your space and make sure you leave 2 feet of distance between parties!

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