June Ride Guide | Miami

May 31, 2017 / Florida

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There are places to go and fathers to celebrate this monthdon’t forget that Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 18. We’ve got a few ideas on how to celebrate and recommendations on a handful of local events to check out.

June 1 – 29 | Kick off summer cheering on the Miami Marlins 

The Miami Marlins are hosting All-Star week next month. Until then, catch the Marlins playing  the Arizona Diamondbacks, June 14.

Then, they’ll be playing Oakland on June 13 and 14, the Washington Nationals June 19—21, the World Series Champs—the Chicago Cubs June 22—25, and the Mets on June 2729.

June 11 | U2: Joshua Tree at Hard Rock Stadium

Straight from Ireland, U2 will be hitting the stage at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, June 11 at 7pm.

If you’re planning to sing along at the concert, save time by requesting an Uber to the stadium. As the exclusive rideshare partner of the Hard Rock Stadium, there’s an exclusive Uber Zone. After the concert, use the northeast exit and walk east to Lot 14, the Uber Zone. Once there, you’ll be able to locate your ride.

June 9 | WWE SummerSlam

Whether you’ve been a fan since the 90s or a recent aficionado, you can catch the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) summer tour at BB&T Center this month.  

Don’t forget – Uber is the preferred, on-demand transportation provider of the BB&T Center. With a designated Uber zone at the entrance of gate six, requesting a ride to the show means convenient transportation, door-to-door.  

June 13 | Chance the Rapper at American Airlines Arena

American Airlines Arena will come alive as Chicago’s superstar, Chance the Rapper, hits the stage on Tuesday, 13th. The show kicks off at 8pm.

June 23 | Take your Dog to Work Day

If you’re a pup lover, you should know that ‘Take Your Dog to Work Day’ is June 23! If you’re not a dog person, you might want to work from home this day.  

Fun Fact: On June 12, 1913, the first ever bridge over Biscayne Bay opened. ‘Collins Bridge’ was the longest wooden bridge in the country and its opening marked the creation of Miami Beach as we know it today.