World Cup solidifies vision for Hard Rock Stadium as ‘global entertainment destination’

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Miami Herald

MIAMI — Some of the curves and bends of the Miami International Autodrome were still easy to make out from the suite level at Hard Rock Stadium on Friday when representatives from South Florida’s local governments, the Miami Dolphins and the visitors bureau all gathered there to formally welcome the 2026 FIFA World Cup to Miami-Dade County. It has barely been a month since Miami Gardens hosted the inaugural Miami Grand Prix, transforming the grounds around Hard Rock into a Formula One-worthy race track. It has barely been two since the facility hosted the 2022 Miami Open, transforming the same…

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