Plant Nite Events Sprout Up In Miami
Plant Nite®, the latest Creative Entertainment concept launched by the duo that created Paint Nite®, announced today it has expanded into the Miami area. This move is part of Plant Nite’s second wave of national expansion. Miami now joins a list of 45+ U.S. cities that are currently hosting “social planting” events at local bars.
Designed as another creative way to revolutionize the typical night out, Plant Nite gives patrons an excuse to step away from their everyday adult responsibilities to play in the dirt. Participants spend about an hour and a half socializing over cocktails while getting their hands dirty and letting their creativity bloom. Guided by a gardening enthusiast, Plant Nite attendees build their own tabletop terrarium as they catch up with friends, make new connections, and sip on their favorite drink at a local bar.
“At Plant Nite, we see grown professionals reignite the childhood bliss of playing in the dirt. The cocktails tend to facilitate that process,” said co-founder Sean McGrail. “The best part is, you don’t need to have an ounce of gardening ability – you just need to be open to having a good time.”
Plant Nite partners with local bars and restaurants, offering a variety of fun, social atmospheres to suit every preference. Seats are limited and event tickets, which include a planter, plants/flowers, decorative accessories, gardening supplies and entertainment via the hosting gardener, are sold in advance online. If desired, drinks and food to accompany the gardening experience can be purchased directly from the hosting venue.
“In addition to things, people are now looking to collect experiences,” says McGrail. “Walking home with a micro-landscape that is on display in their home or office for years to come, is a living memento of a great night out with friends.”
Plant Nite held its first public event in Miami on February 13, 2017, and will host approximately 3-5 events each month at various bars and restaurants in and around the Miami area. For more information, visit PlantNite.com.