American Stage in the Park recreates a favorite ‘80s romance with ‘Footloose the Musical’ at downtown St. Pete’s Demens Landing.
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Here’s your event lineup in St. Petersburg, Gulfport and on the beaches.
The St. Petersburg theater company is celebrating its 45th year and to celebrate, this season will see six shows, each with an American theme.
After closing due to COVID-19-related reasons in 2020, The Frog Pond downtown St. Petersburg is open with a new owner, Joshua Garcia. Garcia is dedicated to “keeping the magic” of the original breakfast spot with a few downtown differences.
Hot dog and chocolate cake lovers can get ready for a craving fix this April. The third Tampa Bay location is already open on St. Petersburg’s Tyrone Boulevard.
Ever tried a steak and egg everything bagel without, well, steak? Black Radish Grocer in St. Pete is downtown’s spot for vegan munchies and healthy groceries.
Rum and seafood enthusiasts have something to look forward to this year. Doc Ford’s is adding a second St. Petersburg location in the city’s Jungle Terrace neighborhood.
A lineup of all the live music in Gulfport, Pass-a-Grille, Madeira Beach, Treasure Island, and St. Pete Beach the weekend of April 1-3. All along Tampa Bay beaches, you won’t struggle to find live gigs to listen to, or, sing along with.
Yogis braved goat hooves, droppings, and the heat, all for a chance at Goat Yoga, a practice that started in Oregon. This particular herd is from Goat Yoga Tampa, but four hairy stars made the trip to Cage Brewing in downtown St. Petersburg.
Maybe you’ve heard of Central Avenue’s new speakeasy, Dirty Laundry. Maybe you haven’t. Either way, the laundromat-themed bar and restaurant has a secret room for daring drinkers to uncover.
An indie coffee shop in the Old Northeast neighborhood is known for strong coffee, flakey pastries and free feminine products. Owner Dena Hawk says it’s no sweat.
St. Petersburg artist Rhys Meatyard’s grandfather is the namesake behind a new building in Ybor City. With approval from the city, Meatyard Ybor will provide low cost working spaces for Tampa Bay artists.