Feel the beat at our Fillmore Miami Beach hotel
If The Fillmore Miami Beach could talk, this intimate Art Deco theater would spin tales all the way back to the 1950s, when comedy shows, song-and-dance spectacles and even boxing matches took the stage. Sometimes the crowds drew as much attention as the shows themselves, with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Jack Benny appearing as regulars in the audience.
The decades since have been equally star-studded. From TV variety shows (Jackie Gleason, Ed Sullivan) to Broadway greats (West Side Story, Carousel, Rent) to modern-day artists like Gypsy Kings, Seal and Lenny Kravitz, The Fillmore keeps the rhythm going. In fact, this busy little venue hosts around 200 concerts a year.
You’ll feel the history in the ambience. The grand crimson-and-chandeliers interior is divided into three distinct sections: a seated area in the back, an open area up front and room to stand in the middle. With a capacity of 2,705, you’re pretty much guaranteed a great view from any seat in the house.
If you’re looking for a petite yet gorgeous venue to catch a cutting-edge group — Marlon Wayons or Govt’t Mule, anyone? — The Fillmore will more than fill your eclectic musical desires. To see who’s performing during your stay, peek at The Fillmore’s calendar. After the show, head back to Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel (at .2 miles away, it’s a mere 5-minute walk) to review the performance with your cohorts at The Social Club or under the Miami moon at our outdoor High Tide bar.