Don’t miss our most star-studded event, as we break out Korbel Champagne to celebrate YOU, the audience that makes this all possible. After the premiere of Holy Goalie, join the stars and filmmakers at the Historic Alfred I. DuPont Building for the ultimate celebration of cinema. Sip on custom cocktails as you indulge in delicious cuisine from several award-winning Miami eateries.
Category: Special Events
“The performance culminated with a group of 18 students walking into the audience and leading guests in a dance and music parade across the red-carpeted street to the Dupont Building for dinner and dancing. The cocktail reception took place in the building’s north ballroom, where more actors, dancers, writers, musicians, and cinematographers staged vignette performances representing their artistic discipline.”
“In 2001 the mezzanine level began its utilization as a special events venue. With opulent brass gates and soaring 30-foot ceilings, the venue has quickly become a highly sought-after event space for enterprising clientele looking for Miami style and glamour. With 22,000 square feet of space, complete with teller windows, bank vaults and ballrooms, this repurposed building can offer a unique vibe to your next corporate event.“
Filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike danced, toasted, and had laughed with friends to celebrate the 33rd annual Miami International Film Festival. The beautiful Alfred I. DuPont building served as the perfect venue for this festive occasion, with a live mariachi band and cake.
The historic Alfred I. DuPont building served as the perfect shooting venue for Pitbull’s music video “Baddest Girl in Town”, which tells the story of six women who rob a bank and only have a few minutes to escape with the money and arrive at their destination. The beauty and elegance of the building shows off the wealth of the bank the women are robbing in the video.
Enter to see the Vogue’s Beauty Photo Shoot in the Historic Alfred I. duPont Building.
“Now the mezzanine level is one of the city’s most spectacular event spaces. With 22,000 square feet available for everything from high-society events to a spoiled daughter’s wedding, the DuPont Building never ceases to dazzle attendees with gilded elevator doors and former bank-teller brass gates with art deco touches. Even Tony Montana would approve.”
“‘Celebrate the Macallan,’ a nine-city promotional tour for Macallan single-malt whiskey, kicked off its latest round Tuesday in Miami with four nights of invitation-only tasting events at the Alfred I. Dupont Building.”