We've got a boomin' list of things to do in Tampa this weekend! There are tons of events going on, spanning the gamut from kid's epic bounce houses to high-stakes horse races -- There's something for everyone! And, as every good Tampanian knows, Gasparilla is making it's way into our Bay soon! So, get ready for some peg-legging parties and booty!
Grab your dancin' shoes and your best friends and prepare for a night to remember at Aloft Tampa!
This is a stakes race-packed day filled with excitement you do not want to miss! It's always a great time at the Tampa Bay Downs!
Let the little ones bounce their energy away on Thursday at Raymond James Stadium. One ticket gets them three hours of bouncy madness!
Join artists Hope Ginsburg and Anastasia Samoylova for a deeper dive into their exhibitions during a gallery conversation with USF Curator of Public Art and Social Practice Sarah Howard. Then hang around for the opening reception!
Calling all pirates, privateers, and swashbucklers to the Henry B. Plant Museum! Dive deep into the history of Tampa’s oldest and most fun-loving community festival at this exhibit.
Tampa Theatre and Sun Events are proud to announce Rumours ATL: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute is coming LIVE to the Tampa Theatre stage at 7 p.m. on Friday. Tickets start at $29.
Sunset Events in association with Tampa EDM present: BAILO.
This music fest is more than just music, featuring a 5K Run/Walk and Bootcamp, national and local entertainment, health and wellness events, educational opportunities, African-inspired goods, and delicious ethnic food.
Demetri Martin is a comedian, artist, writer, and director who began doing standup comedy in New York City, where he worked as a staff writer for Late Night with Conan O’Brien. Demetri then became a regular performer on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Get your tickets to his show at the Tampa Theatre on Saturday night!
The day begins with the Gasparilla Air Invasion, followed by a chance for families to join the merrymaking with the Gasparilla Preschooler’s Stroll. Then, a series of expertly-designed floats, krewes, marching bands, and community groups parade along beautiful Bayshore Boulevard. Finally, the excitement takes to the sky once for the Gasparilla Air Invasion, Night Jump and Piratechnics fireworks display.
The best college football players are coming to St. Petersburg to take their talents to the next level. The Shrine Bowl is the oldest college football all-star game and it benefits Shriners Hospitals for Children. All tickets are general admission and only $15 or watch on NFL Network Jan. 18 at 3 p.m.