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Love-In Music Festival Returns to Greynolds Park

September 30, 2021

The annual outdoor music festival will feature live musical performances by Pure Heart (Heart tribute band), The Boss Project (Bruce Springsteen tribute band) and Mr. Nice Guy (Ultimate classic rock band)

Rock to the music of the 60s, 70s and 80s at the Love-In Music Festival, presented by Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department and Miami-Dade County District 4 Commissioner Sally A. Heyman, on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021, at Greynolds Park, 18501 Northeast 122nd Avenue, in North Miami Beach.

The annual outdoor music festival will feature live musical performances by Pure Heart (Heart tribute band), The Boss Project (Bruce Springsteen tribute band) and Mr. Nice Guy (ultimate classic rock band).

Patrons will enjoy food trucks, vendors, 60s, 70s and 80s-costume contests, classic cars, and other fan favorites they’ve come to love and enjoy. New this year, experience an Oktoberfest Garden with German food and beer.

Also making its Love-In debut, the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center's Community Resilience Pod will be on display, giving away tree seedlings and discussing climate issues, including food resilience and extreme heat in our area. Learn more about resiliency and conservation efforts at our county’s parks, including sea turtle conservation, at the Miami-Dade Parks’ EcoAdventures information booth.

Attendees can also explore the extensive hiking trails through tropical hardwood hammocks and mangrove forests of the beautiful 249-acre Greynolds Park, a designated Miami-Dade County Parks Heritage Park. It is one of the last well-protected natural areas of northern Miami-Dade County.

Admission is $15 per person. Now through October 1, take advantage of the advance ticket special – buy one ticket for $15, get one free with promo code: LoveInEarlyBird. Every ticket purchased will help support conservation efforts at Miami-Dade Parks. Children, age 10 and under, are free.

Gates open at 10 a.m. No coolers, outside food and beverage, large tents or umbrellas, and pets (except service animals for individuals with disabilities) are permitted.

It's a merger of “parks, music, conservation, and nature” – so come on out! For more information, call 305-945-3425 or visit:

Miami-Dade County is following COVID CDC and County guidelines for the safety of our patrons and staff. COVID-19 safety precautions, including social distancing and masks when social distance cannot be maintained, will be strictly followed. For anyone in need of a mask, complimentary masks will be given out at the entrance, while supplies last.

About Greynolds Park
Greynolds Park is a 249-acre urban oasis, it was once the site of a rock quarry until the land was deeded to Dade County to become the third park in the newly formed county park system, opening to the public in 1936. Designated in 1983 as a historic site by the Miami-Dade County Historic Preservation Board and as a heritage site in 2004 by the Board of County Commissioners for its exceptional historic and archaeological significance, the park is most notable for the limestone rock structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps., the Depression-era program responsible for the construction of many of the nation’s treasured national parks and state parks. The park offers areas for group picnics, two playgrounds, walking paths and trails, and opportunities for bird-watching with scenic views of the Oleta River. A fishing dock, canoe/kayak launch, and bark park are also available at East Greynolds Park, a short distance from the main park. Camp Greynolds features an overnight camping facility with cabins, bathhouse and mess hall available for scout groups, non-profit organizations, and other organized groups with advanced reservations.

About Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces
Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces is the third largest county park system in the United States, consisting of over 275 parks and more than 40,000 acres of parks and natural areas, comprised of active and passive parklands. It is one of the most unique park and recreation systems in the world and focused on placemaking, health and fitness, and conservation and stewardship.

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