Hard Rock Live Hollywood is located at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Broward county, Florida. This state of the art facility plays host to a large variety of entertainment. Past acts have included Alice Cooper, Diana Ross, Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Bolton and much more. The venue can be adjusted to 1/2 house, 3/4 house and full house with differing layouts.
Marlins Park situated in Miami, Florida is a premier baseball park. It is home to the famous Miami Marlins MLB team. The stadium is located on 17 acres, has a seating capacity for 37,422, and was certified as the greenest Major League Baseball (MLB) park in 2012. Marlins Park is said to be the 6th MLB stadium with a retractable roof and was constructed in March 2012. It has 4 entrances. Kids up to 3 years of age do not require an entry ticket into the park.
Since its establishment in 1999, the American Airlines Arena has been one of the upfront versatile venues for hosting world class events in South Florida. Located in Downtown Miami on the waterfront of Biscayne Bay, this Arena is the proud home of renowned NBA champions, the Miami HEAT. Its strategic location between the skyline of the city and the glamorous beaches makes it a must visit place for South Florida lovers!
Located in the Abacoa community of Jupiter town in Florida, the Roger Dean Stadium is a $28 million baseball stadium that plays host to two teams competing in Major League Baseball. It was built in the year 1998 and has a capacity of nearly seven thousand people. Special concessions, parking facilities, permanent seating at two levels, and a luxury box for seating are some of the features available at this stadium.
The Sun Life Stadium is a sport and recreational stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. This stadium located in north Miami-Dade county was constructed with a cost of $115 million and opened on August 16, 1987. It was over-hauled in 2007 at a cost of $250 million. It is owned by Stephen Rose and Wayne Huizenga and operated by the Miami Dolphins. Originally, it was known as Joe Robbie Stadium and has had other names such as Pro Player Stadium, Pro Player Park, Dolphins Stadium, Dolphin Stadium and Land Shark Stadium.
The Community Center is home to the Department of Parks and recreation's administrative offices. If you're looking for a place to host an event, there are 5 multi-purpose rooms, a stage, lockers, and a kitchen. The seating capacity of the gymnasium for athletic events is 387 in the bleachers, and 587 for performances on the stage (200 floor seating). The five multipurpose rooms can hold up to 30-75 people each. The Community Center is host to an Out of School Program for one hundred children between the ages of five and twelve years.