Commonly called The Arsht Center, is Florida’s largest performing arts center and is located on Biscayne Boulevard in the Omni neighborhood of Downtown, Miami, Florida, United States. It is the second largest performing arts centers in the United States.

The Center was partly built on the grounds of a former Sears department store; it was an Art Deco building constructed in 1929, predating the Art Deco hotels on Ocean Drive. It was added to the United States National Register of Historic Places in 1997 as Sears, Roebuck and Company Department Store. However, by 2001, the only surviving part of the original structure was a seven-story tower built by Sears, the space’s successor. The department store space itself had been demolished. It was decided to preserve the tower and incorporate it into the new performing arts center.

The Center is known as a presenter of world-class performances, an openly-accessible community resource, a source of education for children and adults, and a catalyst for economic growth in downtown Miami.

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Gonzalo Garcia 08/11/2017
Excellent venue. I have been here a few times, last for the "On your feet" musical, it was excellent. Not good food choices inside but plenty in the surrounding areas. Would recomend to get there early since traffic gets bad. You can find parking in the surrounding streets or they have valet for $20, same as the parkings around the venue.
Jacqueline Pavan 05/11/2017
Went to watch "On Your Feet" and it was the best show I had ever seen in a very nice theater. Just lovely! Had a really good time with my friend Cecily whose father happened to be the trumpet player in that show.
Ed Morgan 19/10/2017
I am disable. The staff was incredible. From valet parking, ushers, security. Amazing friendly accommodating persons. The building, sound, appearance- breath taking. Beautiful. The inside looks like a futuristic opera house. Beautiful!!!! Quite impressive.
r stephen Mahoney 16/10/2017
The Knight Concert Hall was a great venue for the Yes concert. The view of the stage from the 3rd tier was very good and the acoustics were excellent. The band took advantage of the fine setting to provide an outstanding performance. The laser light show complimented the show. The only problem is exiting the building from the 3rd tier. The main staircase needs to be better signed.
Ivy Moncada 16/07/2017
I went this past Thursday to watch SLAVA'S Snow Show and it was a true pleasure. The parking facilities were easily accessible with police directing traffic. Parking lot C is right across the street from the front entrance and costs only $15. Again crossing over is a breeze with police all around to escort and keep drivers and pedestrians safe. However if it's your preference there is also valet parking right in front of The main door section for $25. The building is easy to find, and easy to get around in. If you need assistance there's security and ushers all all over that are willing and able to help. They're knowledgeable and friendly, so don't be afraid to ask if help is needed. We had orchestra seating and we're able to access our seats quickly and easily. During intermission we enjoyed a couple of drinks and snacks from the vendors within the theatre. The prices are moderate to high depending on what you choose. Overall I have a great time every time I watch a show at this theatre!
Monday

Closed

Tuesday

12:00pm – 5:00pm

Wednesday

12:00pm – 5:00pm

Thursday

12:00pm – 5:00pm

Friday

12:00pm – 5:00pm

Saturday

Closed

Sunday

Closed