The focus of a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2007, the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater (1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach) is a state-of-the-art performance space that occupies an iconic spot in South Florida’s entertainment history. The Gleason reference, of course, is to the legendary comedian, who moved his television show to the original theater in 1964 and helped put Miami Beach on the cultural map. Nowadays, the theater hosts an array of events from theater to classical an pop concerts

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Mr. D'or 18/01/2018
Good Place For Concerts. Audio Is Good. Valet Parking Available Or Self Park Half~Block Away.
M S Choy 17/01/2018
Theatre for conference and show. Locationis very convenient in south beach of Miami. Not good for crowd to get in quickly as the box office area is relatively small, lobbby also small for the size of the theatre. Stage is good will two big monitors at both sides. Good audio effects and lighting.
Ladee Jay 03/01/2018
Went for BET awards. The show was great but bathrooms needed to be cleaned. I was stuck in the elevator for a while and was pushed out the building immediately after getting off, having to walk down the escalator in heels because they were turned off. This place needs to be seriously updated.
Lorena Lora 31/12/2017
The show was good but the atmosphere wasn't. It started at 3pm and took an hour later for people to be seated. I couldn't see the ballet as people were standing. People eating inside the theater, hot dogs, sodas. Never seen something like that in a ballet event. Small children crying and babies inside the theater. Overall, not a very good experience. I was expecting something with more classy as i paid a substantial amount of money for my ticket.😭
No Pe 11/11/2017
Seating was good in the second pit even though we could’ve gotten the first pit but they only allowed 100 people into the pit when they clearly had more space. Many members of security were unhelpful and rude although there were a few helpful ones. This venue would be a lot better for concerts that aren’t general admission. The concert itself was great and after we got our “seats” (we were standing) the sound and visuals of the concert were great!