Monster Jam is rolling into South Florida August 5th and 6th for a jamming and heart stopping show! The monster trucks, their drivers and crew travel around the world to give families everywhere an opportunity to see a show like they’ve never seen before. The adrenaline-charged Monster Jam Triple Threat Series show takes the skills of Monster Jam competitors to a whole new level of athletic endurance with the survival of the fittest.
Easter Egg Hunts in South Florida updated on 4/12/17
Are you on the hunt for Easter egg hunts in South Florida? Look no further! You can find all the Easter egg hunts in Miami and Broward for 2017 listed here. I’ve compiled this list of Easter egg hunts in South Florida just for you. With most children off from school starting April 7th you’ve got plenty of time to get in some much-needed family adventures in egg hunting.
Broadway in Fort Lauderdale is bringing Beauty and the Beast back to South Florida next week and you can “Be Our Guest” by scoring amazing seats for dirt cheap prices! That’s right, everyone has a chance to see the show thanks the newly announced online lottery being held by the Broward Center for the Performing Arts with $28 tickets to see Beauty and the Beast from June 15th to June 19th.
Disclosure: Today’s story, How to Experience the Air Show Like a Pro, was sponsored by AT&T but the opinions are completely my own based on my experience. My family attended the Fort Lauderdale Air Show as guests of #ATTGoPhone.
After several years on hiatus from Fort Lauderdale, the Air Show returned this past weekend with lightning speed flyovers and rumbling roars overhead. Numerous jets and fighter planes, including performances by the U.S.
In continuation of my partnership with Broadway Across America, I present to you Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera! Now playing at the Adrienne Arsht Center through March 6, 2016.
Be sure to check back soon for Tiffany’s review. In the meantime you can read the write up I did on Phantom of the Opera last year.
TifDiP’s Two Cents: Thirty years ago, Andrew Lloyd Weber gifted the theater world with his original score of Phantom of the Opera.