June in South Florida: 5 Things to Do

Cars, concerts and a Colombian culinary experience are all on tap.

Delray Concours D’Elegance: This second annual event on June 17 will transform Old School Square into a car collector’s paradise. Expect a display of more than 100 historic and high-end contemporary autos, worth a combined $50 million. Beneficiaries of the Father’s Day celebration include Achievement Centers for Children & Families and the Miracle League of Palm Beach County. (delrayconcours.com)

The Canvas: The platform for independent and ethically focused fashion and lifestyle brands, a sizzling concept in the Big Apple, has debuted its first U.S. store outside of New York City. The 5,000-square-foot space in Wynwood promotes emerging designers with an emphasis on eco-friendly, socially conscious creations—think clothing, jewelry, hats, bags, candles and much more. (thecanvas.global)

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940: The Department of Theater and Dance at Florida Atlantic University kicks off its summer Festival Repertory season with this sidesplitter about a show audition that goes horribly wrong. As the body count rises, a bumbling inspector tries to solve the case. The show runs from June 16 to July 1 at the Studio One Theatre. (fauevents.universitytickets.com)

Halsey at Hard Rock: It’s another jam-packed month of comedy and music giants at Hard Rock Live. Trevor Noah, longtime host of The Daily Show, brings his “Off the Record” tour to Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on June 9, followed on June 14 by rock band Paramore and rock legends Bryan Adams (with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts) on June 20. One of the biggest names in music today—Halsey—takes the stage on June 24. The boundary-pushing superstar has more than 50 billion global streams and 75 million singles/album sales to her name. (myhrl.com)

Calle Dragones: The hit concept in Colombia makes its Miami debut in the heart of Calle Ocho. Think elevated Asian-Cuban cuisine from esteemed veteran chef Luis Pous—combined with wildly entertaining cabaret performances from musical director Dayhan Diaz. Expect the 4,900-square-foot space, with décor that recalls Old Havana, to come alive with themed nights like Spanish Fiesta Thursdays and Salsa Disco Fever Saturdays. (calledragones.com)

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