Coming up in 2025 Bayfront Park will turn 100.
It's amazing to look at how much the Downtown Miami park has evolved over the years and also absorb the explosive transformation along its neighbor street of Biscayne Boulevard over the last decade -- it's staggering, as you'll notice in the photo below.
The park underwent a major makeover in 1980 by Japanese-American artist and architect Isamu Noguchi.
The events held at the park have dramatically changed as well.
While Caesar LaMonaca's band would give musical performances from the late 20s through the 70s, today's top musical event is Ultra Music Festival, which attracts several hundred thousand young ravers -- many named Molly --- engulfed in neon.
It's not just craziness today, however. Walk through on a random non-Ultra afternoon and you'll find residents studying picnic style on the grass, kids frolicking in the playground, and yogis practicing in the pavilion.
Let's take a brief photographic stroll back through Bayfront Park's fascinating history.
And back to present day.