Think Concert in the Park.  World-class soundsystem with a High Definition, 4 story wall projection of the concert going on inside the NWS.  


East Lawn, New World Symphony Miami Beach
Outside Main Building Entrance
500 17th St
Miami Beach, Florida

Driving Directions:

West (I-95/Mainland): Use Julia Tuttle Causeway (I-195) to enter Miami Beach and proceed south on Alton Road (toward the Convention Center). Turn left (east) onto 17th Street and proceed to Pennsylvania Ave for entrances to both parking garages.
North on Miami Beach (Collins/A1A): turn right (west) onto 17th Street and proceed to Pennsylvania Ave


City of Miami Beach Owned-and-Operated Garages:
17th Street Garage
(located on 17th between Meridian and Pennsylvania)
Fee: $1/hr.
Pennsylvania Avenue Garage
(located between Pennsylvania and the New World Center)
Entrance to garage is located on Lincoln Lane, off Pennsylvania Ave.
Fee: $15 Event Parking

PLEASE NOTE: the City of Miami Beach owns and operates the parking facilities adjacent to the New World Center.

Event Details

ARRIVE EARLY, as over 3,000 people showed up for Tchiakovsky a few weeks ago. Wine and Cheese will be provided gratis by the club. Feel free to bring anything else more substantial. Many of the concertgoers bring picnic dinners.

The NWS WALLCAST™ concerts allow you to experience select events throughout the season at Miami Beach SoundScape through a striking use of visual and audio technology on a soaring, 7,000-square-foot projection wall.
Bring a blanket, share a picnic dinner and enjoy the sights and sounds of the New World Symphony with friends and family!
Each WALLCAST™ concert is free to the public and does not require a ticket.


No Charge


Register By Email
Register By Phone: 3126366525

Please let us know if you are coming so we can bring enough wine, beer, cheese, and crackers. In the same vein, if you RSVP and can't come, please let us know so we don't overbuy.

Deadline: 3/1/2014


6:30 PM-7:30 PM: Cocktails and Networking

7:30 PM-10:00 PM: Concert


Steven Piekarczyk, '07 
Vice President, Alumni Club of South Florida