Full Moon Beach Party- Friday Sept. 4th

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Oceanfront at the DiLido Beach Club
The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach

FINALLY the full moon falls on a weekend so you can party like it’s 1999. Spend the night Friday September 4 at the only swinging (and I mean that in old school terms) oceanfront Full Moon lounge party under the stars, with $7 specialty “econo-friendly” cocktails, Top Chef Jeff McInnis whipping up yummy, well-priced bites, enormous telescopes from which to watch the golden moon rise out of the Atlantic, and DJ Edwin Adams to get the crowd moving.
We say the party ends at 11 p.m., but that never happens…..

If you get too hot, just take a dip in the ocean and rejoin the fun… you won’t be the only one.

FRIDAY, September 4
7 to 11 p.m.
Oceanfront at the DiLido Beach Club
The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
No cover

Reduced valet parking: $5 with validation
Table reservations highly recommended… no bottle service or minimum required, just reserve a table quickly, as they go fast. Table reservation: 786-276-4008 or Mylene.Santana@ritzcarlton.com


FULL MOON DRUM CIRCLE, MIAMI BEACH
Full moon drum circle party is commonly held between 85st and 79th St. That’s on the wonderful sands of Miami beach, around Collins Ave. Serious drummers attend to the Full moon eve, since less people is aware of the previous day celebration. Both days, Full moon and full moon eve are filled with music (and people) playing and dancing.
Beware that last time police disrupted drum activities very early on. Many people use this opportunity to drink (which is prohibited) and use some other substances (also prohibited) on the occasion. Drum circle people try to stay away from all this, since their main intention is to have fun and a monthly day to play with fellow drummers.
Since then both events start earlier to avoid police intervention and angry neighbors [8:30 - 9:00 PM]

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