Chipotle’s Cultivate Festival Is Coming To Miami

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If live music, food, and sun are your recipe for a great weekend, be sure to visit Bayfront Park on November 12th as Chipotle’s Cultivate Festival makes its way to Miami.

The event, an annual tour organized by the fast casual food chain, will be held that Saturday from 11 am – 7pm. Admission to the event is FREE and will include chef demos, live music, food and other activities. Guests can simply attend the park and join the festivities without any need for tickets. Whether you’re new to the Miami area or are simply looking for a fun place to be, this event is a great opportunity to have some outdoor fun while also getting to know more about some great local businesses in the area.

Live music will be on throughout the entire event. As per the festival’s website, it will include performances by Capital Cities, Sam Feldt, Clean Bandit, St. Lucia, among others. Chipotle Cultivate, as they’ve done in other cities throughout the country, also features several guest appearances by prominent chefs and restaurateurs.

In addition to the musical and culinary lineup, several sites in the festival will include some of Miami’s most renowned local eateries and craft breweries. Some of the various featured local businesses I saw in the lineup includes:


  • Panther Coffee
  • The Salty Donut
  • Bianco Gelato

Craft Breweries

  • Cigar City Brewing
  • Funky Buddha Brewery
  • Wynwood Brewing Company
  • Biscayne Bay Brewing Company
  • Miami Brewing Company

Many other shops and breweries not mentioned above were also announced as part of the event.

Additional Information: Chipotle Cultivate Festival

For more information please visit the festival’s site here. As always, we will also be there taking pictures and being part of the fun throughout most of the day. Feel free to come by and say hi  if you see us 🙂

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