Spring Breakers are warned to stay away from Miami Beach in the new campaign

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Party animals in Miami Beach have taken over their streets … so they’ve launched a campaign with some very strict new measures to curb the madness.

Check out this hilarious video posted by the city itself — it’s an official campaign they’re running before spring break… and the whole theme is breaking down. In this case, it’s Miami Beach that’s been kicking things off this year with the Raiders eager to swing by.

City officials aren’t pulling any punches here… making it clear (albeit somewhat jokingly) that the chaos the spring breakers are causing has pushed locals to their breaking point. After last year’s headlines filled with violence, hundreds of arrests, and thousands of traffic citations, they’re officially stepping down for some peace this year.

This year, they have new restrictions that they hope will keep spring breakers out of town. They cite curfews, bag checks, restricted beach access and DUI checkpoints. Strictly business!

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On top of all that… they’re slapping hefty $100 parking fees and strong police enforcement for drug possession and violence. The message is clear… y’all stay away.

And to really put the brakes on the epidemic, city parking garages in South Beach are closing completely March 7-10 and March 14-17. No stone unturned!

As you know… Miami has always been a major hot spot for those looking to let loose, especially during spring break — but over the years, the party scene has completely taken off. has left, so it’s not surprising that the city pulled out all the stops to restore some order.

It will be interesting to see how the new limits pan out for 2024.

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Erin Clack

• Erin Clack has more than 15 years of experience working as a journalist, with a focus on fashion, parenting and entertainment news.•She joined usnewsdaily in 2023 and currently serves as a Writer-Editor.•Before joining usnewsdaily Erin worked for Condé Nast, Penske Media and Wild Sky Media in various roles. ExperienceErin Clack has more than 15 years of experience working in both print and digital news. She joined usnewsdaily in 2023 and currently serves as a Writer-Editor. Before joining usnewsdaily , she worked as a writer and editor for several different brands. She held various staff roles at Condé Nast and Penske Media, covering the fashion and footwear industries, and served as Deputy Entertainment Editor for Wild Sky Media's CafeMom and Mom.com sites
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