From private gallery tours to partying until the wee hours, Leonardo DiCaprio took advantage of everything Miami's elite art and fashion festival had to offer
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What happens when Leonardo DiCaprio goes down to Miami for a few days? There’s art, champagne and a celebrity entourage – of course.

Before the premiere of his upcoming film The Revenant, DiCaprio, 41, made his way to Miami earlier this week for Art Basel, enjoying the annual week-long fair celebrating art and fashion.

After spending a few days hanging out with pals Lenny Kravitz and Dwyane Wade, including drinking and dining at the nightclub Rockwell, DiCaprio immersed himself in the full Art Basel experience Tuesday. His marathon day included visiting various galleries, events and clubs – and staying out into the wee hours of the morning.

DiCaprio started his day with a private VIP tour of Art Miami before the exclusive art fair opened to the public, and was greeted by Art Miami Fair Director/ Partner Nick Korniloff and wife Pamela Cohen.

The Wolf of Wall Street actor and his friends sipped on coffee from the café as they perused the contemporary art on display – and it didn’t take fans long to notice the actor roaming around town.

Later that evening, DiCaprio and a few friends – including Lukas Haas – headed to a private event hosted by Galerie Gmurzynska at The Villa at Casa Casuarina (the former Versace mansion) where he mingled with co-host Sylvester Stallone, who previewed his latest artwork.

DiCaprio was seen wearing a newsboy baseball cap, a dark jacket and button-down shirt as he mingled with fellow partygoers. According to onlookers, DiCaprio looked “thin and fit,” sporting a clean-cut beard.

The actor was also seen speaking with the City of Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine.

DiCaprio spent his time “social drinking and chatting with guests in the VIP room,” the onlooker tells PEOPLE.

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After a few cocktails, DiCaprio and his crew moved on to The Wall at W Hotel for the “Nightlife Is Beautiful” event hosted Mr. Brainwash, a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and street artist. While at the club, the Titanic star hung out at a large table of fellow celebrities including Kravitz, Paris Hilton, and Jamie Foxx.

“[He] seemed to be having a great time. He’d wave at the DJ booth when a good song came on,” a source tells PEOPLE.

The actor was seen chatting it up with Foxx, even “leaning in very closely to talk above the loud music.”

The group were all “drinking Belvedere, champagne and tequila,” said the source.

DiCaprio finally decided to call it a night and end his Art Basel marathon at 3 a.m.