The new Miami Open presented by Itaú is a culmination of culture, world-class fare, art, music, entertainment, luxury and a new caliber of guest experience at Hard Rock Stadium. The partnership between Hard Rock Stadium Owner Stephen Ross and IMG brings exceptional tennis to a venue that is a global entertainment destination. Here is what you can expect at the new Miami Open.
LUXURY: The Miami Open’s move to Hard Rock Stadium changed the experience completely. Multi-screen experiences with large-screen televisions and tablets, and more leg room at your seat, are just a few of the changes you will enjoy.
ENTERTAINMENT: When guests arrive, they will receive both a schedule of matches for the day as well as a schedule of entertainment. There was real intention in creating different entertainment, music and food destinations so that each day there could be a completely different guest experience.
DINING: The Miami Open has continued a commitment to bring fresh, diverse flavors, curated by local venues like Casa Tua Cucina, Chī Fa, Kiki on the River, Novecento, Pincho Factory, Sushi Maki, SuViche, and more.
Try the signature cocktail of the Miami Open, the MO Smash. It’s a delicious blend of Hendrick’s Gin, blood orange sour, club soda, blood orange liquor and garnished with a dehydrated lemon wheel. We tried it during the ribbon cutting ceremony and it was delicious.
ART: Stephen Ross, together with IMG, recognized that Miami is a curator of culture for the rest of the country and in some ways the rest of the world. Partnerships with Art Miami and art murals curated through Goldman Global Arts from Wynwood Walls bring world-class art from international artists to the Miami Open.
DESIGN: The centerpiece of the tournament will be the 14,000-seat stadium court within Hard Rock Stadium designed for intimacy, luxury and an improved fan experience. We were on the court for the ribbon cutting ceremony and were quickly looking forward to watching a finals match.