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Entertainment

Engage in more than the race with over 20 Miami-style entertainment with stations along your journey in paradise.

Entertainment Lineup

Check out what participants at the 2022 race experienced along the route! Please check back for our 2023 entertainment lineup.

START LINE
Colors presented by Booker T Washington High School Air Force JROTC Color Guard
National anthem vocalist: Sgt. Lizlinda Bremer, 16 year veteran of the Miami Police Department, lead singer of the InBlue Police Band and a veteran of the US Army

Cheer on your favorite runner throughout our marathon and half marathon course, including bands, DJs, dance groups and community groups and cheer squads. Some of what you’ll see:
Miami Brass Band Collective
St Andrew’s Pipe and Drum Band of Miami
Team Lifeline Cheer Zone
Friendship Circle Cheer Zone
Hoka
Cheer Zone
Dimelo305
Cowboy Up
Voodoo Kings
Y5
Birdman Clambake
BluDaze
Band
Go Run Miami
Momentum Indoor Percussion and Drumline
Life Time Cheer Zone at CocoWalk

KIDS RUN MIAMI
Colors presented by Booker T Washington High School Air Force JROTC Color Guard
National anthem performance by Estelle Morales, Junior at Miami Beach Senior High School. Estelle performs as a vocalist in The Miami Beach Rock Ensemble and Arrowhead, both Young Musicians Unite ensembles.
Performance by Arrowhead
Appearances by South Florida professional sports team mascots Sebastian the Ibis from the University of Miami, and Golazo from Miami FC
Kids Zumba with Greysi Ospina

FINISH FESTIVAL
13th U.S. Army Band
The 13th Army Band from the Florida National Guard is proud to return to the Miami Marathon stage for the 3rd time. Their salsa band “Sintonía” is comprised of 15 soldiers who play horns, percussion, and sing. They perform covers of a variety of hits by well known artists like Marc Anthony, Maluma , Grupo Mania, Luis Fonsi and Farruko . Sintonía has performed everywhere from Tallahassee to Key West and even Washington D.C., but
they most enjoy performing right here in their hometown, the Magic City.

For the first time, the “Bazooka Brass” brass band will also be stepping on stage to perform various genres such as funk, jazz, rock, and pop. This group is made up of horns, a drum set, and the customary sousaphone.

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