Beachfront Ceremonies                                                                                   Fields with an * are required.

At this time the City is not accepting any applications for Special Events or Wedding Ceremonies at South Pointe Park. For more information please call 305-673-7577.

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*Event Date(s):       

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*Event Description:

Estimated Attendance (per Day):   

Event Hours:Begin :       End:

*Set Up:       *Break Down: 

Producing Organization / Entity: 

*Contact Person:   

Mailing Address:     

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A complete application and site plan are required to process your request. A site plan may be drawn in any size format as long as the reviewing staff can clearly understand the placement of all fixtures. The only items allowed on site as part of a wedding ceremony are: chairs; a runner; an arch and a table. Vehicles, Tents, Generators, and any other temporary structures that might be needed for a wedding reception are strictly prohibited from entering the beach, without proper permitting and approvals. Should you need to have these elements as part of your ceremony please contact the Office of Film & Event Production Management to inquire on how to apply for a Special Event Permit.  

Per the City’s permit guidelines you may choose to hire off-duty police personnel to be present at your ceremony. Please contact the off-duty Police office at 305-673-7823 to coordinate this effort.  

When on the beach please be advised that applicants must abide by the State of Florida ’s Marine Turtle Protection Guidelines. Turtle Season extends from May 1 through October 31. Please Click here for a copy of the Conditions for Marine Turtle Protection Guidelines.

Applicant has read the City of Miami Beach’s Special Event Guidelines and agrees to faithfully observe and comply with the conditions, regulations, and provisions prescribed herein and by ordinances of the City of Miami Beach, the Laws of the State of Florida and the United States of America .



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