Carnaval is full of samba and style, and usually you need your passport to celebrate, but not if you’re in SoFlo. We are doing Carnaval as only Miami can, with music, food and lots of great bubbly.

Carnaval is a worldwide celebration. From the costumes to dancing, it’s fun for everyone.

But if you missed out on Carnaval in other countries, you’re in luck. The Veuve Clicquot Carnaval is headed back to the 305.

Jean Marc Gallot: "This is Carnaval the Miami way and the Veuve Clicquot way, because we are thrilled to be here. Actually, best place in the world to be."

It’s a Miami-style celebration.

Vanessa Kay: "I think you are going to see some beautiful people in fantastic outfits and hopefully in exciting outfits having a wonderful time."

This Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m., Clicquot Carnaval will be at Museum Park.

Vanessa Kay: "We just like to have fun with whatever we do with a lot of creativity."

Last year stars like Beyoncé’s sister Solange, Jamie Chung, Padma Lakshmi and William Levy showed up for the champagne company’s first Carnaval on Miami Beach. And this year, who knows who may pop up?

Padma Lakshmi: "I love Veuve, and they have been very generous with my charity and my charity work. They always have beautiful events."
William Levy: "You know, wherever is a chance for me to have a good time, count on me to relax and enjoy the day."
From dancing to dining to drinking, the Clicquot Carnaval is fun in the sun.

Emily Ratajkowski: "I think it’s supposed to be sort of a fun Miami take on Carnaval, so you know, all sorts of surprises. I’m looking forward to drinking some champagne in the middle of the day. I can always use a good excuse for that."

Jamie Chung: "To enjoy Miami, it’s kind of a slice of heaven at this moment. You know, New York has literally frozen over, and it’s kind of a great getaway."

And, it’s about as close as many people can get to celebrating actual Carnaval.

Emily Ratajkowski: "I want to go Brazil. I’ve never been."

And bonus: The Clicquot Carnaval has lots of bubbly.

William Levy: "For me, it’s anytime I would drink champagne."

Tickets for Clicquot Carnaval start at $100, but we want to send you for free. If you are 21 and over and want free tickets to Veuve Clicquot Carnaval, send your name, address and phone number to

Good luck and cheers!

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