You can purchase tickets by visiting our online box office, or you can purchase tickets at any of our four ticket booths located throughout the Festival’s perimeter at McFarlane Road, Mary Street, SW 27th Avenue and/or South Bayshore Drive.
Yes, group rates are available. For groups of 25 people or more, tickets can be purchased at a discounted rate of $12 per ticket, per day, by calling our toll free number at 1-877-7CG-ARTS (1-877-724-2787).
There is plenty of parking available in Coconut Grove to accommodate visitors to the Coconut Grove Arts Festival. Options include parking garages, on street parking meters and private parking lots. For parking tips, please visit our Parking Tips & Info page.
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Entrance to the Coconut Grove Arts Festival can be accessed by entering any of the four gates located throughout the Festival’s perimeter at McFarlane Road, Mary Street, SW 27th Avenue and/or South Bayshore Drive.
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Yes, the choices are endless with our extensive menu guaranteed to satisfy your hunger one bite at a time. There is something to please every palate, a variety of international delights on display in our Global Food Village. The Global Food Village is located in the center of the Festival at Myers Park.
No. Be kind to your pets and leave them at home when you visit the Coconut Grove Arts Festival. Only seeing-eye dogs and service dogs are allowed within the Festival site during Festival operating hours.
First aid service is available within the Festival site at the Baptist Health Hospital trailer located in front of the Seminole Boat Ramp on South Bayshore Drive. Qualified attendants can assist you or refer you elsewhere as necessary. Emergency transportation service is provided on-site.
In addition, for safety emergencies including lost children uniformed City of Miami police officers are available throughout the Festival. If a situation occurs, please contact a police officer or the nearest Festival security guard to assist you in locating lost members of your party.
While cameras are permitted into the Festival, patrons are not allowed to take photos of the artists’ work at their individual booth areas. Many participating artists will have signs reminding patrons of this policy.