Party in Miami

  • 30
  • July

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

Come party in Miami with us all night.

1) All You Can Drink Open Bar
From 10pm-12am At Señor Frogs
INTERNATIONAL TUESDAY’S
Total Price Is $40 Each Person

2) All You Can Drink Open Bar
All Night Long From 10pm-2am
INTERNATIONAL TUESDAY’S
Total Price Is $60 Each Person

3) All You Can Drink Open Bar
10pm Until 12am At Señor Frogs
Then Lux SUV Transport To
Shh Nightclub For Express Entry
No Flip Flops. No Beach Attire.
Charge $50 Each Person

Luxury SUV Transpo…

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Party in Miami
  • 20
  • July
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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Come party in Miami with us:

Drip 💧 Roof Top Pool Party

Must Check-In At Señor Frogs
1:30pm Until 2:30pm
Every Saturday & Sunday
Holiday & Special Event Date

18 + To Enter & 21 + To Drink
1:30pm Until 2:30pm

Walking At 2:30 pm To Dorset Hotel
Pool Party On 17th & Collins Avenue

1) All You Can Drink Open Bar
10pm-12am At Señor Frogs
Total For Everyone Is: $40 Each

2) All You Can Drink Open Bar
All Night Long 10 pm Until 3 am
Because Total Is $60 Each Person

3) All You Can Drink Open Bar
9:30pm-11: 30 pm Then WE WALK
To Cameo For Hip Hop R&B Party
Total Is: Girls $40 & Men $60

4) All You Can Drink Open Bar
From 9:30pm-11:30pm Then
Party Bus To Story Nightclub
To See Gucci Mane Perform Live
Total Price Is: Girls $70 & Guys $80

5) All You Can Drink Open Bar At Señor Frogs From 9:30pm-11:30 pm
Then Party Bus To Exchange
Total Price Is: Girls $50 & Guys $60

6) All You Can Drink Open Bar At Señor Frogs From 9:30-11:30 pm
Then Party Bus To Studio 23
Total Is: Girls $50 & Guys $60

7) All You Can Drink Open Bar
At Señor Frogs From 9:30-11:30pm
Then Party Bus To Club LIV
See LIV Dj Set By Cedric Garvais
Total Is: Girls $80 & Guys $80

WE WALK Cameo At 11:30 pm
& Party Bus Leaves Señor Frogs 11:30
Exchange • Story • LIV • Studio 23

Ladies Must Wear Heels, Boots
Or Wedges To Enter • Cameo
• Exchange • or Studio 23 • LIV

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Thursday, July 18, 2019, Miami Beach Open Bar Party

  • 17
  • July

Thursday, July 18, 2019

1) All You Can Drink Open Bar
10pm-12am At Señor Frogs
Total Price For This Is $40 Each

2) All You Can Drink Open Bar
ALL NIGHT LONG 10pm-2am
Total Price For This Is $60 Each

Must Check-In By 11:30

3) All You Can Drink Open Bar
9:30pm-11:30pm At Señor Frogs
Then Party Bus To Studio 23
To See TRINA PERFORM LIVE
Girls $60 & Men $60

4) All You Can Drink Open Bar
9:30pm-11:30pm At Señor Frogs
Then Party Bus To CLUB STORY
Total Price: Ladies $60 & Guys $80

• All You Can Drink Open Bar
9:30pm-11:30 pm Then Party Bus
To LIV Nightclub. #1 Club In Miami
To See Farruko Forever Perform Live
Total Price Is $80 Each Person

Party Bus Leaving At 11:30pm

For • Studio 23 • Story • LIV

Wednesday July 17, 2019

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  • 17
  • July

Your Tickets Are Good For:

1) All You Can Drink Open Bar
10pm-12am At Señor Frogs
Total Amount Is: $40 Each Person

2) All You Can Drink Open Bar
All Night 10pm-2am At Señor Frogs
Total Amount Is: $60 Each Person

New Balance For LIV Wednesday

3) All You Can Drink Open Bar
From 10pm Until 12am
Then Limousine To LIV Nightclub
Total Is Girls $60 & Guys $60

EVERYONE MUST BE 21 + with ID
Thursday, July 18, 2019

1) All You Can Drink Open Bar
10pm-12am At Señor Frogs
Total Price For This Is $40 Each

2) All You Can Drink Open Bar
ALL NIGHT LONG 10pm-2am
Total Price For This Is $60 Each

Must Check-In By 11:30

3) All You Can Drink Open Bar
9:30pm-11:30pm At Señor Frogs
Then Party Bus To Studio 23
To See TRINA PERFORM LIVE
Girls $60 & Men $60

4) All You Can Drink Open Bar
9:30pm-11:30pm At Señor Frogs
Then Party Bus To CLUB STORY
Total Price: Ladies $60 & Guys $80

• All You Can Drink Open Bar
9:30pm-11:30 pm Then Party Bus
To LIV Nightclub. #1 Club In Miami
To See Farruko Forever Perform Live
Total Price Is $80 Each Person

Party Bus Leaving At 11:30pm

For • Studio 23 • Story • LIV

Miami Beach Open Bar Party

  • 10
  • July

All You Can Drink Open Bar
10pm-12am Then WALK To
Exchange For Express Entry
TRINA Of Love & Hip Hop Miami
Collect $20 Deposit From Each
Balance Due At Señor Frog’s

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2018

  • 06
  • November

STORY is a unique destination for consumers watching for an exceptional, high energy nightlife experience. The 27,000 square foot space is outfitted with a state-of-the-art Infinite Hybrid Sound System and its concert-style lighting and visuals stand bigger and stronger than the competition. Its stylish layout and sophisticated character compliment a premium bottle service experience, offering over 60 exclusive VIP tables & five full-service bars. STORY’s in-house production & design team transforms the venue on a nightly basis into an extravagant circus-style setting where nothing’s shocking.

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LIV Miami, a 22,000 square foot mega club in Miami Beach’s iconic Fontainebleau hotel, is home to celebrities, VIPs, and Miami’s local party crowd.
For all Table purchases please bring valid ID and credit card associated with your order to the venue.
DRESS CODE
Proper Dress Attire Required. Venue reserves the right to deny entry at doorman’s discretion.

-No Tank Tops
-No Sleeveless T-Shirts
-No Shorts
-No Excessive Baggy Clothing
-No Sandals, Flip Flops, Dirty Athletic Sneakers
-No Flats (Ladies)
-No Beach Attire
-No Extra Baggy Tee’s
-No Jerseys/Athletic Wear

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Economic Impact of Irma on Florida Travel Industry and Miami Tours

  • 05
  • October

It is hard to measure the full economic impact of hurricane Irma on Florida's tourism industry. What is certain however is that the economic impact will be substantial. As folks scramble to repair homes and business, many without power, the economic aftermath is already being felt by the smaller travel businesses such as Miami tour operators, Everglades tour operators. Like a rock thrown into a pond, the hardships will ripple out throughout Florida's tourism and tours industry.

With an estimated $90bn tourism industry, Florida will undoubtedly feel the reeling economic effects of hurricane Irma. Particularly hard hit will be the small mom-and-pop Miami tour operators, as environmental factors weigh in.

The damage caused by hurricane Irma to the Florida Keys has been extensive. In August 2017, Florida proudly announced a record-setting number of visitors to its beaches – over 60 million tourists coming to experience its theme parks, beaches, and other draws, since January.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, this once thriving tourist industry is facing major challenges. The desolation caused by one of the history's largest storms, particularly in the current Florida Keys, is a direct swipe at this $90bn industry that fuels the state’s economic engine, with the harm caused as incalculable, experts say, at least in the short term.

Florida's endless miles of sandy beaches are also its bread and water. Tourists are drawn to its beaches and theme parks, most distinctly Disney World and Universal Studios. And visitors drive billions of dollars into the state's market every year.

And for the southern chain of islets distinguished as the Florida Keys, which are presumed to take a direct hit from Irma, tourism is the single largest industry. It represents $2.7 billion of sales a year, 60% of spending and 54% of jobs in the region.

It's not peak period for Miami tours visiting the Keys, yet authorities and business leaders are worried about the damage Irma has inflicted on the hotels and other buildings in the area. If Irma leaves significant damage it, it could be a major problem for the local economy.

Boat tours of Miami are down more than twenty percent and Miami bus tours are by at least as much. A slowdown of tourist arrives is already beginning to take its toll.

Nonetheless, the first hurricane to make landfall in Florida in nearly 12 years, Irma forced some destinations such as the Florida Keys to tell travelers to delay trips because of damage to key tourism infrastructure. Other municipalities have already healed, making the chore of marketing to tourists from a statewide prospect rather involved.

Executives at Visit Florida, the state’s destination marketing organization, estimate that Florida received some $500 million worth of negative publicity Florida because of the storm and more than 5.5 trillion impressions on and offline – on top of the billions of dollars worth of damage the state received from the storm.

Floridians from Jacksonville to Orlando to the Keys are still stumbling from Hurricane Irma’s impact, but the state’s economy should rebound fairly quickly, one statistician states, as soon as the lights come back on.--

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Miami tours have been directly affected by the aftermath of hurricane Irma

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Miami Tours to Key West

 

 

Economic Impact of Irma on Florida Travel Industry and Miami Tours

  • 05
  • October

It is hard to measure the full economic impact of hurricane Irma on Florida’s tourism industry. What is certain however is that the economic impact will be substantial. As folks scramble to repair homes and business, many without power, the economic aftermath is already being felt by the smaller travel businesses such as Miami tour operators, Everglades tour operators. Like a rock thrown into a pond, the hardships will ripple out throughout Florida’s tourism and tours industry.

With an estimated $90bn tourism industry, Florida will undoubtedly feel the reeling economic effects of hurricane Irma. Particularly hard hit will be the small mom-and-pop Miami tour operators, as environmental factors weigh in.

The damage caused by hurricane Irma to the Florida Keys has been extensive. In August 2017, Florida proudly announced a record-setting number of visitors to its beaches – over 60 million tourists coming to experience its theme parks, beaches, and other draws, since January.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, this once thriving tourist industry is facing major challenges. The desolation caused by one of the history’s largest storms, particularly in the current Florida Keys, is a direct swipe at this $90bn industry that fuels the state’s economic engine, with the harm caused as incalculable, experts say, at least in the short term.

Florida’s endless miles of sandy beaches are also its bread and water. Tourists are drawn to its beaches and theme parks, most distinctly Disney World and Universal Studios. And visitors drive billions of dollars into the state’s market every year.

And for the southern chain of islets distinguished as the Florida Keys, which are presumed to take a direct hit from Irma, tourism is the single largest industry. It represents $2.7 billion of sales a year, 60% of spending and 54% of jobs in the region.

It’s not peak season for Miami tours visiting the Keys, but authorities and business leaders are worried about the damage Irma could inflict to the hotels and other buildings in the area. If Irma leaves significant damage it, it could be a major problem for the local economy.

Miami tours

Miami tours have been directly affected by the aftermath of hurricane Irma

 

  • 30
  • May

Miami Tours and Sightseeing

Visiting Florida can be a full-time task as there is so very much to do and see in Miami let alone, Florida.

Let’s take a look at some of Florida’s extremely popular and most historical places. Below we have compiled a basic list of things to do and see in Miami. The list is by no means comprehensive as the treasures of Florida are vast and many.

St. Augustine (Spanish: San Agustín) is a port town in the Southeastern United States, on the Atlantic coast of northeastern Florida. It is the oldest continuously held European-established town within the boundaries of the continental United States.

The constituency seat of St. Johns County, it is a region of Florida’s First Coast area and the Jacksonville metropolitan area.

Saint Augustine was founded on September 8, 1565, by Spanish admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, who became Florida’s first governor. He named the settlement “San Agustín”, as the vessels bearing settlers, troops, and stocks from Spain had originally sighted land in Florida 11 days earlier on August 28, the feast day of St. Augustine. The city served as the center of Spanish Florida for over 200 years and became the metropolis of British East Florida when the territory temporarily changed hands between Spain and England. Tours in Miami Beach

Spain ceded Florida to the United States in 1819, and when the agreement was endorsed in 1821, St. Augustine was designated the capital of the Florida Territory till Tallahassee was changed as the capital in 1824. Since the late 19th century, St. Augustine’s distinct historical character has made the city an important tourist attraction and is also the headquarters for the Florida National Guard.

There are many interesting things to see and do in Saint Augustine, here is just one.

Castillo de San Marcos

The Castillo de San Marcos is the earliest masonry fort in the continental United States (Castillo San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico is older). Positioned on the western beach of Matanzas Bay in the town of St. Augustine, Florida, the fortress was planned by the Spanish engineer Ignacio Daza. Building began in 1672, 107 years after the city’s establishment by Spanish Admiral, conquistador, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, while Florida was part of the Spanish Empire. The fort’s building was ordered by Governor Francisco de la Guerra y de la Vega following the destructive incursion of the English buccaneer Robert Searles in 1668. Construction proceeded under the administration of Guerra’s successor, Manuel de Cendoya in 1671, and the first coquina rocks were laid in 1672. The construction of the hub of the current fortress was ended in 1695, though it would undergo many alterations and renovations over the centuries. Miami tours to Orlando

After England gained control of Florida in 1763 pursuant to the Treaty of Paris, St. Augustine became the capital of British East Florida, and the fort was newly called Fort St. Mark until the Peace of Paris (1783) when Florida was conveyed back to Spain. In 1819 Spain signed the Adams–Onís Treaty which ceded Florida to the United States in 1821; consequently, the fort was assigned a United States Army base and renamed Fort Marion, in recognition of American Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion. The fort was named a National Monument in 1924, and after 251 years of continuous military possession, was deactivated in 1933. The 20.48-acre (8.29 ha) site was then turned over to the United States National Park Service. In 1942 the original name Castillo de San Marcos was returned by an Act of Congress. Miami tours and sightseeing

Castillo de San Marcos was doubly besieged: First by English colonial forces directed by Carolina Colony Governor James Moore in 1702, and later by Georgia colonial Governor James Oglethorpe in 1740. Possession of the fort has switched six times, all peaceful, amongst four different governments: the Spanish Empire, the Kingdom of Great Britain, the Confederate States of America and the United States of America (Spain and the United States having possession two times each). Miami tours and sightseeing

Under United States command the fort was utilized as a military jail to incarcerate members of Native American races beginning with the Seminole—including the legendary war chief, Osceola, in the Second Seminole War—and members of western tribes, including Geronimo’s band of Chiricahua Apache. The Native American art form known as Ledger Art had its origins at the fort during the incarceration of characters of the Plains tribes such as Howling Wolf of the Southern Cheyenne. Boat tours of Miami

The Florida Keys are a coral cay archipelago found off the south shoreline of Florida, making the southernmost part of the continental United States. They start at the southeastern shoreline of the Florida Cape, approximately 15 miles (24 km) south of Miami, and continue in a soft arc south-southwest and later westward to Key West, the westernmost of the populated islands, and on to the abandoned Dry Tortugas. The keys lie along the Florida Straits, separating the Atlantic Ocean to the east of the Gulf of Mexico to the northwest, and defining one edge of Florida Bay. At the nearest point, the southern part of Key West is just 90 miles (140 km) of Cuba. The Florida Keys are within about 23.5 and 25.5 degrees North latitude.

The environment of the Keys is marked as tropical savanna according to Köppen climate classification. More than 95 percent of the land area lies in Monroe County, but a little portion extends northeast into Miami-Dade County, such as Totten Key. The total land area is 137.3 square miles (356 km2). As of the 2010 census, the population was 73,090 at an average density of 532.34 per square mile (205.54/km2), although much of the population is concentrated in a few areas of much higher density, such as the city of Key West, which has 32% of the whole people of the Keys. The US Census population survey for 2014 is 77,136. Miami tours and sightseeing to Key West

The city of Key West is the province office of Monroe County. The province consists of a region on the continent which is nearly completely in Everglades National Park, and the Keys islands from Key Largo to the Dry Tortugas. Many day tours and Miami tours are available from which to chose.

Miami Tours  to Orlando Florida

The City of Orlando is warmly known as “The City Beautiful,” and its symbol is the stream at Lake Eola. Orlando is also recognized as “The Theme Park Capital of the World” and in 2014 its traveler attractions and attractions brought more than 62 million guests.The Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the thirteenth most active airport in the United States and the 29th n the world.  Miami tours and sightseeing

As one of the world’s most visited traveler stops, Orlando’s famous attractions make the vertebrae of its tourism business: Walt Disney World, located around 21 miles (34 km) southwest of Center Orlando in Bay Lake, begun by the Walt Disney Company in 1971; the Universal Orlando Resort, began in 1999 as a significant increase of Universal Studios Florida. With the exclusion of Walt Disney World, most primary attractions are found along International Drive. The city is also one of the busiest American cities for conventions and gatherings; the Orange County Convention Center is the second-biggest conference facility in the United States. Miami tours and sightseeing

Like other primary cities in the Sun Belt, Orlando grew quickly during the 1980s and into the first decade of the 21st century, principally owing to the achievement of Walt Disney World, which was started on October 1, 1971. Orlando is a base to the University of Central Florida, that is the largest university campus in the United States in expressions of enrollment as of M2015. In 2010, Orlando was classified as a “Gamma−” level of world-city in the World Cities Study Group’s catalog. Orlando places as the fourth-most successful American city based on where somebody wants to live according to a 2009 Pew Research Center research. Miami tours and sightseeing

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Miami Nightlife

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  • 25
  • August

Five Things to Know Before Visiting the Best Miami Clubs

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Best Miami nightlife service!

 

Miami Nightlife

Miami has one the most rocking party scenes, famous as the city is for its nightlife. Miami nightlife puts many of the other American cities to shame, and it is among the top destinations for DJs, party-goers and couples with a thing for hip and happening nocturnal events. Before you visit the best clubs in Miami, here are 5 things to do to get prepared well.

Know about the performers

Miami is all about last-minute performers and surprise turn-ups. For instance, at the James L. Knight Center Lady Gaga turned up for a gala New Year’s Eve 2010 performance and then moved to the Fontainebleau Hotel for another amazing midnight countdown performance in Miami Beach. Before going on a trip to Miami or booking a club itinerary, you should scan the event listings and local tabloids and find out who all are supposed to turn up for special appearances at the best Miami clubs.

Know about the formalities

Browse the club websites where your favorite DJs are supposed to perform. Read about the VIP reservation services, possible guest lists, dress code, door policy, box office and door opening hours at night and more. Armed with these details, you do not have to pay any middleman to get an entry into the prestigious Miami clubs.

Make bookings directly for Miami nightlife

You should directly contact the club and purchase any advance tickets that are being offered. If possible, make a reservation. If you happen to go as part of a group of bachelors or bachelorettes, inform the club when you are planning to arrive and check whether they offer a group package. A number of clubs also offer group incentives. Even the so-called “exclusive clubs” are ready to relax the rules when it comes to business. If you are a guest at a hotel, consult your concierge and tip him.

Dress smartly

Dress smart and keep away from too dressing too casually, such as wearing shorts, hats, or flip flops. A simple black dress for women and a collared shirt paired with dark trousers for men can be enough.

Be confident

Finally, be confident. Even if you do not have model-like looks, there is no reason to be under-confident. Once you arrive at the Miami party scene, you will find most of the party-goers to be out of shape and many of them to be first-timers without a know-how of how to party in Miami or anywhere actually works. Many of them might also have two left feet. Be your natural confident

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- Two-hour Pre-Party with Unlimited Open Bar in South Beach
-Limousine / Party Bus escort to select club
-Private and Group Photo with the limos
-VIP entrance with our personal promoter
-No Line | No Wait
-No Cover to the designated club
-VIP Table Experience and Limo Pickup now available !


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SOUTH BEACH CLUBS LIVE VIP HIP HOP NIGHTS

 

 

South Beach Live Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

 

 

All our pre-party venues are located in South Beach Miami. Once you purchase a VIP package, you will receive a confirmation email with the exact address for your designated venue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No. Limousine service is provided only from the pre-party to the designated night club. Additionally, return hotel drop off limousine service is NOT provided.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, all guests must have one of the following: Valid US Government Issued ID, Valid Canadian Government Issued Drivers License or International Passport. Your ID is needed in order to enter the nightclub venues. Without the appropriate valid forms of identification the nightlife venues will deny your access/entry to their establishments. South Beach Live Group is NOT responsible for any guests being denied entry to the venues due to improper identification.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, please have your confirmation or purchase voucher readily accessible. Remember to bring a printed copy of your voucher, receipt or other form of confirmation you received when you booked/purchased your tour. Electronic copies are acceptable, but they must be available on demand when you check in for the tour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All VIP Hosts are in the service industry like a bartender or waitress, including your South Beach Live Group Host. They do earn a wage; however, they make their living from your tips. If your Host made sure you had fun, got you through the lines without hassle and made sure everyone was having a great time then a proper Thank You for their friendly, hard work is 20%, or $15 per person is the average gratuity given.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South Beach Live Group has arranged for you to bypass club lines. However, you still may have to wait at each club as the doormen get organized to accept our large groups. Average waiting time is 10 minutes (which beats the 1-2 hours you would wait otherwise). On holiday weekends and on weekends of major events in Miami, you may have to wait a little longer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South Beach Live Group has arranged to have your cover paid to the clubs in advance. All you have to pay for is your drinks and tips in the clubs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dress to impress! South Beach Live Group prides itself on working with only the elite Miami nightclubs, and because of the A-List standard set at each of these venues, the dress code standards are very strict. All South Beach Live Group participants must be dressed appropriately: MEN- dress pants/slacks, dress shoes and button down-collared shirts are required; jackets and ties are optional. WOMEN- cocktail dresses, dress pants/slacks, blouses, skirts, heels (closed or open toed)/dress wedges are required. NO flat sandals. NO tennis shoes, flip-flops, boots, shorts, sweat/tracksuits, beach attire, jeans, t-shirts, or hats. Please keep in mind that the dress code standards may vary at every venue, and final say is at the discretion of the doorman. South Beach Live Group is not responsible for guests being turned away at the door for failure to adhere to the dress code standards. The rule of thumb in Miami is “dress to impress”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the South Beach Live Group host ascertains that you or your guests are disrupting the tour in any way by being intoxicated, obnoxious, etc, South Beach Live Group reserves the right to ask you or your group to leave the tour – without refund. South Beach Live Group is NOT responsible for denied entry into any venue due to disruptive behavior or being intoxicated. If anyone in your group gets sick in the bus the organizer or the person responsible will be fined a cleaning charge of $150.00 as that is our cost from the cleaning company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ours Limos are on a set schedule and runs several tours and charters in the same evening. Please listen to your Tour Host for departure times from each venue. If you miss the Limo it is your responsibility to find alternate transportation to the location. South Beach Live Group has the right to change a destination stop or transportation anytime throughout a tour due to club/pub changes. DO NOT leave your belongings on the Limo. If there is any damage to the Limo by you or your group, you or your group will be assessed and charged accordingly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Each person who joins a South Beach Live Group, tour holds South Beach Live Group and whomever they purchased a ticket from (ticket broker) harmless from any injury, loss, damage or death which may occur as a result of using the services provided by SouthBeachLiveGroup. South Beach Live Group customers agree to allow our hosts or South Beach Live Group representatives to take photographs and videos of people on the tour and use them in advertising or on the web.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please arrive early at your pick up location. Ours limos runs on a schedule so please be courteous to other patrons and have your group at your pick up location on time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The South Beach Live Group Tour ends once you are safely into the club. Once there, you can stay as long as you wish at this club. For Miami Beach clients: Most people who are staying on the Strip only have a short walk back to their hotel or a very short cab ride ($5-$10) as we usually end on the Strip.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You will not get reserved seating in a nightclub unless you have made arrangements with South Beach Live Group or the club in advance (there may be a charge), as these seats are reserved for bottle service (generally $1000+ for every 4 people). The Limo is not a taxi cab and is not available for transportation off pre-determined route, unless you have previously arranged with South Beach Live Group. We do not supply any drinks in the clubs unless it has been arranged for your tour. We do not promise immediate entrance into clubs, as doormen need to time to arrange South Beach Live Group entrance to the clubs. We are tour hosts, not babysitters, if you are too intoxicated you will be asked to leave the tour. We do not try to convince the clubs to allow entry if you are denied access for any reason. Tips are NOT included with your ticket purchase and our Tour Hosts work hard to make sure your experience is perfect every way – so PLEASE TIP your Host/Hostess at the end of the evening!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South Beach Live Group, LLC operating as South Beach Live Group is a “tour packager” acting solely as the Third Party service provider (“Provider”) together for their own individual purposes (“Activity”). South Beach Live Group neither controls, nor is it to be held liable for the failure of such Provider’s failure to provide the products or services promised.PASSENGER ASSUMES THE RISKS:

In consideration of my use of the services provided by South Beach Live Group and my participation in such Activity as may be provided or arranged by a Provider, I acknowledge that I am aware of the risks involved with such use and participation, and I AGREE TO, AND DO HEREBY ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS, DANGERS AND HAZARDS associated with such use or participation, INCLUDING THE POSSIBLE RISK OF SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY TO MYSELF OR OTHERS. In addition to the foregoing, these risks include but are not limited to the following:

(a) the risk associated with travel to and from location(s) to be visited during the night hours, including transportation provided or arranged by South Beach Live Group utilizing its own or some other commercial, private and/or public motor vehicles;

(b) intoxication and/or alcohol poisoning from the alcohol I consume whether voluntarily or through coercion;

(c) the possibility of bodily injury (broken bones and soft tissue damage) including dental damages from falling down, injuries incurred while getting on or off (in or out of) the mode of transportation being used for the event, being knocked down or being involved in physical confrontation whether caused by myself or someone else.;

(d) the risks associated with staying at one of the participating venues while on the tour.

(e) the risks associated with returning to my residence.

Ticket Broker Customer Disclaimer. Prior to the use of any Company Services by Ticket Broker Customers, Company agrees to furnish, and have Ticket Broker Customers sign a Customer Agreement which includes the provisions set forth on Customer Agreement Provisions.

CUSTOMER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS

1. Terms of Use. Customer acknowledges and agrees that purchase of this ticket for access to the Company Services is evidence of an agreement between Customer and the Company only. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Ticket Broker is not a party to any agreements between Customer and the Company. Customer further agrees to release and hold harmless Ticket Broker and any of its officers, directors, employees or agents for claims resulting from or incident to use of or access to the Company Services.

2. Limitation of Liability. IN NO EVENT SHALL TICKET BROKER BE LIABLE TO THE COMPANY OR CUSTOMER FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF USE OR DATA, INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS, OR FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY, MULTIPLE, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, NEGLIGENCE), WARRANTY, GUARANTEE OR ANY OTHER LEGAL OR EQUITABLE GROUNDS, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

3. Disclaimer. NEITHER THE COMPANY OR TICKET BROKER MAKES, AND EACH PARTY HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS, ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE TICKET BROKER SITE, THE COMPANY SERVICES OR OTHERWISE RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING OR COURSE OF PERFORMANCE.

HOLD South Beach Life Tours TOURS HARMLESS:

By partaking in the services provided by South Beach Live Group, I AGREE AND HEREBY WAIVE ANY AND ALL RIGHTS AND CLAIMS THAT MAY ARISE AGAINST South Beach Live Group, ITS OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, VOLUNTEERS, AND REPRESENTATIVES, AND FURTHER CONSENT TO HOLD THESE SAME ENTITIES AND INDIVIDUALS HARMLESS, FROM ANY INJURY, LOSS, OR DAMAGE, INCLUDING DEATH, WHICH I MAY INCUR, AND THE RISK OF WHICH I HEREBY ASSUME, as a result of my use of the services provided by South Beach Live Group, its affiliates, or subsidiaries, or such Activity offered by any Provider, whether or not such Provider is associated or under contract with South Beach Live Group.

PHOTO/IMAGE RELEASE

I do hereby give South Beach Live Group, its assigns, licensees, and legal representatives the irrevocable right to use my name (or any fictional name), picture, portrait or photograph in all forms and media and in all manners, including composite or distorted representations for advertising, trade or in any other lawful purposes, and I hereby forever waive any right to inspect or approve the finished product, including but not limited to, written copy and/or posting image on website, that may be created in connection therewith. I am of full legal drinking age (21). I have read this Release and Waiver and am fully familiar with its contents. I understand that South Beach Live Group cannot control the use of my name or image once such name or image is published.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIP party package, which includes:

Two-hour pre-party with open bar (Excludes beer and wine and premium liquor brand ) +
Limo service to designated club +
No cover +
Line skipping +
Free admission card to Mango’s Tropical Cafe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever been to a party that you had to pay to enter, then upon ordering at the bar you find out that you have to pay? Well, with an “Open Bar” ticket package from South Beach Live Group this will never happen. “Open Bar” means that your drinks are included in the cost of your admission to the party. You can order your favorite drink and bask in the awesome taste and the relief that you are not to be burdened with a bill!
Our Package offer “Open Bar” services so its 2 hours pre-party with an unlimited open bar (except beer,wine and premium liquor ), and great music.
You will feel great, knowing that you will not be forced to contend with high bar prices.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vouchers are not accepted during blackout dates ( holiday or special event)

 

 

 

 

 

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