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Credit card issuers have been going beyond the bounds of what might be called traditional travel with exclusive access to sports, dining, entertainment, and more.
At this year’s Miami Art Week in December, Capital One will be creating immersive experiences and dining events for cardholders.
Here’s what you need to know.
Capital One at Miami Art Week
Capital One cardholders and the general public will have the chance to experience Miami Art Week programming convening several Capital One partners: Global arts club The Cultivist, award-winning artist Alex Israel, and Michelin-starred chefs José Andrés and Dominique Crenn.
Miami Art Week is an annual splashy event featuring thousands of international creatives featuring concerts, art installations, parties, street art, and much more. At the heart of the annual celebration is the international art fair Art Basel Miami Beach.
Capital One’s interactive experience, combining art and food, is a unique take on a fine dining experience. The event will showcase a pop-up frozen yogurt shop from Alex Israel while José Andrés and Dominique Crenn are creating their own unique takes on frozen yogurt flavors. The culmination will be a multi-course meal — exclusively available to eligible Capital One cardholders on Capital One Dining.
The art exhibition, called “Snow Beach Frozen Treats,” is a pop-up frozen yogurt shop inspired by Alex Israel’s childhood in Los Angeles. It will be available to the public on December 8, 2023.
“We’re excited to touch down at one of the most sought-after cultural moments — Miami Art Week — and, with the help of incredible partners in the visual and culinary arts, we are creating an interactive, art-saturated experience where art informs food and, in turn, the food further influences the art to ultimately push the boundaries of a fine dining experience,” said Monica Weaver, Head of Branded Card Partnerships and Experiences, Capital One, in a statement.
How To Get Tickets
Tickets for all of these events are available on Capital One Dining starting today, October 24, 2023. There will be 100 tickets available for each cardholder-exclusive dinner, priced at $300 per person.
Tickets to the Fro-yo “Sunset Social” will be available for 200 cardholders, priced at $50 per person. Cardholders can also make advance reservations for daytime viewing of the exhibition at no cost. The general public will have first-come, first-serve walk-up access.
- Wednesday, December 6: Chef Dominique Crenn will host a cardholder-exclusive dinner at 6:30 p.m. ET
- Thursday, December 7: Chef José Andrés will host a cardholder-exclusive dinner at 6:30 p.m. ET
- Friday, December 8: The “Snow Beach Frozen Treats” installation will be available to the public through reserved VIP tickets from 12 to 5 p.m. ET
All events will take place at 1111 Lincoln Road, a seven-story structure designed by Herzog and de Meuron offering breathtaking views in every direction.
What Is The Cultivist?
Capital One pushed into the arts by way of a free 6-month trial for cardholders with The Cultivist, a membership club that grants free admission to more than 100 cultural institutions worldwide, including New York’s Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art, and Musée Picasso Paris, just to name a few.Hot Tip:
Capital One Dining is a reservation booking platform that offers cardmembers recommendations for dining and also opportunities to book dining. Cardholders get exclusive access to reservations at select restaurants and events.
Capital One is upping the ante at this year’s Miami Art Week with an immersive experience combining some of the best in the food and art worlds. Cardholders get first dibs to check out the art, while the dining events are exclusive to Capital One customers.
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Chris is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on timely travel trends, points and miles, hot new hotels, and all things that go (he’s a proud aviation geek and transit nerd). Formerly full time at The Points Guy, his work can now be found at AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Washington Post, and Lonely Planet, among others
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