Celebrating Mexico’s 1862 Victory Over France in True Miami Style!

No matter where you’re from, on Cinco de Mayo, we’re all Mexican! The largest Cinco de Mayo celebration south of the border will take place at Mary Brickell Village, where sombreros, mustaches, tequila shots, premium Margaritas and Mexican beer will overflow. Two DJ stages and a mariachi band will keep the festivities going until 3AM!
At 5:55, take part in Corona’s first-ever Cinco de Mayo Lime Drop. Paco, an authentic 8-foot tall piñata will be available for the ultimate selfie, and watch as ten artists battle it out in the ultimate Wall Brawl, producing one-of-a-kind Cinco de Mayo-inspired art in 90 minutes.  Revelers will get to indulge in Corona, tequila and “The M”, Miami’s most expensive margarita. The two hundred and CINCO dollar margarita ($205) will be created with top-of-the-line ingredients, including premium Herrardura Selección Suprema Extra Añejo. It will be served in a custom hand-blown glass, and will only be available at Cinco de Mayo Brickell; limit two per customer.

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Thursday, May 5, 2016 / 5:00 p.m. – 3:00 a.m.
Mary Brickell Village and South Miami Ave
Tickets can be pre-purchased online at www.CincoDeMayoBrickell.com.
General Admission: $5 pre-sale, $10 at the door to the event w/ID
Cinco de Mayo Brickell is brought to you by SWARM, creators of Grovetoberfest, Wynwood Art Walk, Sprung!, Basel House and other high-profile events.  
For more information, visit www.CincoDeMayoBrickell.com.

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