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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Gayle Durham 26/04/2018
The best place to see a band caise its small intimate and they serve tons of alcohol. I saw here The Pretenders, Cure, Sting. One of the last best intimate venues in the United States, go there before they knock it down.
Manny 07/04/2018
Very nice venue. Came here to watch LCS Spring Finals and was impressed with the location. I would recommend coming here to watch a concert as the sound here is amazing. Listening to the eSports commentators and the sounds of the game is amazing and now I want to come back when they are hosting a concert rather than an video game.
Sí Sí 30/03/2018
Saw Bush. Amazing concert! Took advantage of the fast pass for general admission. Waited 3 hours but it was worth it to be front row in the pit. We also received 2 free drinks with the fast pass. There were also several bars, nearby, once in the venue. Great intimate location for a concert! Helpful staff.
Hugh Williamson 20/03/2018
Old, landmark Miami Beach theater, formerly the Jackie Gleason Performing Arts Center. Nice sized venue, parking nearby in a public parking garage but try to arrive early. Decent amenities inside, plenty of bars but not much in the way of food choices, recommend dining nearby before your event. Have found balcony seating to be too far back from the stage, Orchestra is the best but seats aren't fixed so expect airplane style space!
djm jr 17/03/2018
Saw the Joe Rogan show and everything was great except I missed the first 15 minutes of the 1 hour show standing in a line down the street waiting to get in. You had to put your phone in a locked pouch so you can't record the show, a staff member would open on request in special areas. I don't go to very many shows but that was new to me. The show was done before I got comfortable in my seat. They need to figure that out.. Oh and one double Tito's vodka and cranberry was 23 bucks without tip, I guess i don't get out much..