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This month’s Vizcaya Late is a low-key night out with family and friends.
Listen to live music by local musician Marnino Toussaint overlooking the water, explore the Main House, and stroll the gardens with friends for a mid-week wind-down! Join a Spotlight Discussion to dig more into Vizcaya’s award-winning restoration projects!
The Café and Shop are open to grab something to eat or enjoy a bottle of wine by the bay.
GENERAL ADMISSION | $10 for adults; $5 for children ages 6-12; FREE for children ages 5 and under
VIZCAYA MEMBERS | 20% OFF. Get member tickets HERE.
ONLINE TICKETS ONLY. TICKETS NOT SOLD AT THE DOOR. Every person, regardless of age or member status, is required to have a ticket and will not be admitted without one.
This program is rain or shine.WAITLIST SIGN UP MEMBER TICKETS
To promote inclusion for all, Vizcaya ensures that all community programs, after-hour and weekend events for locals, feature activities that are physically accessible to all visitors. While not all areas of the estate are wheelchair accessible, community programs are purposefully located in areas without stairs or that can be accessed via a ramp.
Learn about how preservation and restoration at Vizcaya are complicated, and how we make all of it work. 15-minute discussions are FREE and first-come, first-served.
Marnino Toussaint, a South Florida-based RnB and Hip Hop singer, rapper, and songwriter who uses a fusion of Hip/Hop, R&B, and poetry to create contagious sounds and relatable narratives that deliver something for everyone.
Marnino has been on the stages of Tedx Miami, Broward 100’s Duende!, and has worked alongside the likes of actors Omari Hardwick and Victoria Justice, author Mary Pope Osborne and has opened for Hip Hop legend, Chuck D. Marnino also had the opportunity to perform at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, California as part of their ceremony honoring musical legend and activist, Harry Belafonte.
While he loves to sing about love, Marnino lives to inspire activism and connectivity in his community. Marnino gives back to the community by teaching poetry and songwriting workshops in partnership with different arts initiatives across the United States.