Sweet Sounds at the Clearwater Jazz Holiday

Four days of swinging jazz surrounded by warm breezes and wafts of sea-salty air . . . what better way to enjoy the most American of music styles than outdoors in sunny Clearwater, Florida? At the Clearwater Jazz Holiday, you’ll not only be treated to a warm atmosphere (not just weather-wise, but people-wise), you’ll also take in the sounds of top musical performers. Past featured artists include the jazzy-bluesy Gladys Knight, the Count Basie Orchestra, and Buddy Guy; plus popular singers and instrumentalists like Sheryl Crow and Bela Fleck.

The 2017 event runs from Thursday, October 19 through Sunday, October 22 with a stunning line up! Thursday, catch the legendary The Four Tops and The Tempations. Saturday, gates open at 1 p.m. and acts include Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins. Sunday enjoy Anderson East and The Avett Brothers. Single day tickets start at $16 and full weekend packages are available too.

Find all the details about each day below!

Congratulations to Pinellas Ale Works!

Congratulations to our friends at Pinellas Ale Works for their Silver Medal Finish at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival. There “Milk Bone” entry took the award in the Sweet Stout or Cream Stout Category. This is definitely a prestigious award and I am sure they are proud of this finish and all the hard work that went into the entry.

The Great American Beer festival is not only about sampling quality beer but is also a beer competition. Breweries enter their beers to be judged by the festival’s Professional Judge Panel. Festival attendees can also sip the beer entered in the competition during the tasting sessions.

The Great American Beer Festival invites industry professionals from around the world to sit together in small groups and, without knowing the brand name, taste beers in each specified style category. The ultimate goal of the Great American Beer Festival Judge Panel is to identify the three beers that best represent each beer-style category as described and adopted by the Great American Beer Festival.

The Professional Judge Panel awards gold, silver or bronze medals that are recognized around the world as symbols of brewing excellence. These awards are among the most coveted in the industry and heralded by the winning brewers in their national advertising.

Five different three-hour judging sessions take place over the three-day period during the week of the festival. Judges are assigned beers to evaluate in their specific area of expertise and never judge their own product or any product in which they have a concern.

See Beer Styles for the Competition Style Descriptions and Specifications.

Great American Beer Festival Awards Philosophy

The Great American Beer Festival awards gold, silver and bronze medals for excellence in 96 beer-style categories but does not necessarily award medals to the top three finishers in a particular category.

When judges decide a category contains three excellent examples of the style, they award gold, silver and bronze medals for the first, second and third place beers, respectively.

Award Criteria
If judges believe that no beer in the category meets the quality and style-accuracy criteria, they may elect not to award a medal. Judges may award a beer with a silver or bronze medal and yet not award a gold medal.
Gold A world-class beer that accurately exemplifies the specified style, displaying the proper balance of taste, aroma and appearance.
Silver An excellent beer that may vary slightly from style parameters while maintaining close adherence to the style and displaying excellent taste, aroma and appearance.
Bronze A fine example of the style that may vary slightly from style parameters and/or have minor deviations in taste, aroma or appearance.



The Lightning Will Win The Stanley Cup

The Pittsburgh Penguins will not three-peat as Stanley Cup champions, if the full-season simulation from EA Sports NHL 18 is correct.

EA Sports predicted the Tampa Bay Lightning to win the Stanley Cup after defeating the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup Final. The Penguins are projected to win the Presidents’ Trophy for the first time since 1992-93, but lose to the Lightning in the Eastern Conference Final. The game predicts the Oilers to defeat the Minnesota Wild in the Western Conference Final.

NHL 18 projects the Oilers to reach the Cup Final thanks to a huge season from center Connor McDavid , who will win the Hart and Art Ross trophies, and the Ted Lindsay Award for the second straight season. It also predicts Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov will win the Maurice Richard Trophy as the League’s top regular-season goal scorer, as well as the Conn Smythe Trophy for MVP of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron is projected to repeat as Selke Trophy winner for best defensive forward, which would be his fifth time winning the award, Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson is predicted to earn his third Norris Trophy and Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price is projected to win the Vezina Trophy for the second time.

The simulation for NHL 17 accurately predicted the Nashville Predators to win the Western Conference. The game had the Predators defeating the Canadiens in the Cup Final; in reality, they lost to the Penguins in six games.

How to get VIP Status on Big Ship Lines

7 Big-Ship Cruise Lines With VIP Options

Perks like free cocktails, an exclusive hangout and a concierge who makes restaurant and spa reservations are not limited to small-ship, luxury cruises. Several big-ship cruise lines wanting to coddle frequent cruisers and passengers residing in high-rent suites are now offering members-only concierge lounges as an attractive perk with VIP options.

These lounges serve as private hideaways for passengers in the most expensive accommodations. They’re typically outfitted with couches and comfortable chairs, big-screen TVs and private bars, so elite passengers can relax or socialize as they see fit. The other major plus is the added service of the actual concierge, who can do niggling chores, such as booking shore excursions or dinners at specialty restaurants, arranging shore tours or resolving any issues that come up.

Are you itching to get your foot in the door of one of these shipboard hideaways? Here’s a sneak peek inside seven big-ship concierge lounges — as well as qualification requirements for acquiring the right key card so you can access all these perks on your next cruise.

1. Celebrity Cruises

Lounge Name: Michael’s Club, available on all Celebrity ships.

How You Qualify: Passengers in Sky, Signature, Royal, Penthouse and Reflection suites and Captain’s Club Zenith members all have access to Michael’s Club. Concierge-level cabin occupants receive concierge services but may not use the club.

Amenities: Continental breakfast is served in Michael’s every morning, while complimentary pre-dinner drinks and tapas are served from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The lounge also features a large-screen TV and reading chairs with a variety of magazines, newspapers and books on hand.

Concierge Services: The concierge helps to arrange specialty dining reservations and procure shore excursion tickets, and can even answer general questions about ports of call.

Open Hours: Michael’s Club is open 24 hours a day, though the concierge desk hours vary by itinerary.

2. Disney Cruise Line

Lounge Name: Concierge Lounge, located on all Disney ships.

How You Qualify: Passengers must be booked in a suite or concierge-level stateroom in order to utilize the space.

Amenities: The Concierge Lounge serves up complimentary snacks and nonalcoholic beverages (cocktails can be purchased), along with an included Wi-Fi package. There is also a private sun deck for Concierge Lounge-eligible guests — located on Deck 13 of Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream or Deck 10 of Disney Wonder — featuring a dedicated host, lounge chairs and complimentary sunblock.

Concierge Services: Eligible passengers can attend a private welcome reception, with food and drink, in the lounge. During the voyage, concierge services can be used to book excursions, make restaurant reservations or in-room dining arrangements, secure spa appointments (or arrange beach cabana spa treatments on Disney’s private Bahamian island, Castaway Cay), organize child care services or help plan special occasions.

Open Hours: The Concierge Lounge is open 24 hours a day; the concierge is on duty from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

3. Holland America Line

Lounge Name: Neptune Lounge, available on all Holland America ships.

How You Qualify: Only passengers who book a Neptune or Pinnacle Suite are allowed in.

Amenities: This private relaxation area features a wide-screen TV; reading areas stocked with magazines, newspapers and books; and specialty coffees served throughout the day. Continental breakfast with coffee and tea is available from 7 until 10:30 a.m., light lunch (including sandwiches) is served from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., tea time follows from 2 until 5 p.m., with appetizers and snacks served from 5 to 8:30 p.m.

Concierge Services: Concierge services include booking reservations at the Pinnacle Grill alternative restaurant, express booking for shore excursions (suite passengers get priority on tours), handling inquiries about car rentals or restaurants in ports of call, arranging spa appointments and settling billing questions.

Open Hours: The Neptune Lounge is open every day from 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.


4. MSC Cruises

Lounge Name: Top Sail Lounge, found in the MSC Yacht Club on MSC Divina, MSC Fantasia, MSC Preziosa, MSC Splendida, MSC Meraviglia and MSC Seaside.

How You Qualify: Book a Yacht Club cabin, part of MSC Cruises‘ private-access suite enclave.

Amenities: The lounge is decked out with comfortable couches and TVs. Complimentary drinks, pastries and appetizers are available all day long. MSC’s Top Sail Lounge also features gourmet light fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner — a perk not found in most other cruise lines’ concierge lounges. Because the aptly named Top Sail Lounge is located on a top deck, passengers can enjoy beautiful views through floor-to-ceiling windows. Yacht Club passengers also have access to a private pool area and an alfresco bar serving food.

Concierge Services: The concierge staff will make reservations for alternative dining venues and spa services, arrange private shore excursions and facilitate onboard shopping. Plus, your cabin’s personal butler, available 24 hours a day, will cater to your whims; he or she can help with unpacking, serve you afternoon tea and bring you your preferred newspaper daily.

Open Hours: The lounge is always open.

5. Norwegian Cruise Line

Lounge Name: Passengers staying in Norwegian‘s The Haven, the line’s all-suite enclave, available on Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Escape, have access to a private concierge desk and adjacent cocktail lounge, as well as an exclusive restaurant and outdoor courtyard. The same amenities are found on Norwegian Joy, which caters to the Chinese market, and will be implemented on Norwegian Bliss, scheduled to debut in 2018.

How You Qualify: Passengers booked in The Haven qualify for these privileges.

Amenities: The concierge desk is set just next to The Haven Lounge, which is equipped with a bar, light bites and several seating areas. Next door, a lavish breakfast and lunch from a special menu are served to eligible passengers in The Haven Restaurant. Haven passengers also have access to a gorgeous private courtyard with a pool, hot tubs, sauna and sun deck with lounge beds.

Concierge Services: Based in The Haven complex, a dedicated concierge is available to make dinner, entertainment and shore excursion reservations; book airport transfers and print boarding passes; answer questions and attend to special requests. The concierge will also facilitate priority disembarkation for suite passengers on port days and the last day of the cruise.

Open Hours: The concierge is always available by phone, but is available for in-person consultations every day until 4 p.m.

6. Princess Cruises

Lounge Name: Concierge Lounge, located on Royal Princess and Regal Princess.

How You Qualify: Princess‘ suite passengers are granted access to the lounge.

Amenities: The Concierge Lounge is outfitted with couches and chairs, a selection of books and magazines, and offers light snacks and beverages. The lounge also is used as a private disembarkation lounge for suite passengers.

Concierge Services: Full front desk services are available to concierge-level passengers, plus the concierge can help with shore excursion, specialty dining and Lotus spa reservations.

Open Hours: The Concierge Lounge is open 24 hours, but a concierge is only on duty from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., noon to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. most days. (Hours vary on turnaround days.)

7. Royal Caribbean International

Lounge Name: Every Royal Caribbean ship is equipped with a Concierge or Diamond Club lounge.

How You Qualify: Passengers must be Diamond Plus or Pinnacle Club members of the Crown & Anchor Society, or be booked into select suites to access the Concierge Lounge. On Freedom- and Oasis-class ships, as well as on Radiance of the Seas, Diamond members also have access to a similar lounge, called the Diamond Lounge.

Amenities: A continental breakfast is served in the Concierge Lounge every morning from 8 until 10 a.m., and hors d’oeuvres and petits fours are served before and after dinner. A self-service, no-fee bar is available in the evenings. DVDs and CDs are available to borrow during concierge hours. (There’s no TV in the lounge.)

Concierge Services: The concierge will help VIP passengers make reservations for specialty restaurants, book shore excursions and spa appointments, assist with the arrangements for private parties, help with purchasing show tickets, offer personalized shopping advice and pre-order wine for dinner. The concierge can also assist passengers with business services, such as faxing or copying, for a fee.

Open Hours: The Concierge Lounge is open 24 hours a day; the concierge is on duty from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

 By Elissa Garay, Cruise Critic contributor

Poblano’s 20 In 40 Taco Challenge (Clearwater)

Poblano’s 20 In 40 Taco Challenge (Clearwater)


Poblano’s Mexican Grill (Clearwater)
2451 McMullen Booth Rd, Clearwater, FL 33759
Type: Taco
Price: $1/taco
Weight: 4.5lbs/2kg
Time Limit: 40 Minutes


– The hard tacos aren’t too big, but you have to eat 20 of them.

– There is a 40 minute time limit to finish them all.

– Mondays only when tacos are $1 / EA (special)


– Free Meal

– Wall of Fame

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Museums as Big as Our Beaches

Inject a dose of awesome art and cool culture into your trip with a visit to the many museums in St. Pete/Clearwater.

Start in St. Petersburg, the unofficial heart of fine art in the region. Get surreal at The Dalí Museum, which houses the largest collection of Salvador Dali’s work outside of Spain. The first permanent exhibit of Dale Chihuly, a master of glass work, is only a few long blocks away, and next door to it is the Morean Arts Center where you can witness local glass artists creating art live in the Glass Studio. Fine arts lovers will bask in the works of classical and contemporary masters like Renoir and Cézanne at the Museum of Fine Arts. Further north, the Leepa-Ratner Museum of Art is an enjoyable detour into the work of Expressionists Abraham Rattner and Allen Leepa.

History and culture museums provide a window to Florida’s—and the world’s—past. The Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Pete is a must-see for its moving presentation of Holocaust history. Regional history museums provide a pleasant stop—check out the Tarpon Springs Heritage Museum, which chronicles the town’s development into a Greek enclave, or the Dunedin Historical Museum in Dunedin, to learn about this city known for its Celtic roots. Then there’s the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum, a cool stop for gearheads, while families can gather at Great Explorations Children’s Museum for educational exhibits.


Ahh, the most magical place on earth – and not because of heart-stopping rides or characters that have come to life, but because Disney World has been hiding a plethora of delicious boozy drinks (no wonder my parents took me here so many times). Read on for six of Disney’s best beverages.

Strawberry Shiraz Slushie

Delish recently reported that a frosty wine slushie is now available at Amorette’s Patisserie, an eatery in Disney Springs, promting us to begin a full-on investigation into what other spiked specialties are offered throughout the park.


Welsh Dragon

This alarmingly green drink is a potent combination of peach schnapps, melon liqueur, creme de menthe, and orange and pineapple juices. It’s available at the Rose and Crown Pub in Epcot, and is sure to ease the pain of a long day spent waiting in line for roller coasters.


Safari Amber Lager

We shouldn’t be as shocked as we are that Disney World has their own specialty beer, but the news came as a pleasant surprise. If you couldn’t guess from the beer’s name, the brew is unsurprisingly served in Animal Kingdom. One lucky taster reports that it’s an American-style red lager, medium-bodied with a subtle taste of hops and citrus.


Spikey Pineapple

The cult favorite Dole Whip gets 21+ at Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, blending the famous pineapple soft serve with Barbancourt Pango Rhum.


Night Monkey

Available at the Animal Kingdom’s Nomad Lounge, this tropical cocktail blends rum, guava, coffee and mint for a pick-me-up that’s sure to perk you right back up.

This photo of Nomad Lounge is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Frozen Kirin

Offered at Epcot’s Kabuki Cafe, this Japanese favorite beer is ultra frosty and the perfect way to beat the Florida heat.


Sicilian Sunset

Cool off with a citrusy cocktail made by mixing vodka, orangecello, orange juice and pineapple juice, which then gets poured over a scoop of shaved ice. Drink or dessert? You decide. Find this drink at Via Napoli in Epcot, which also serves some top-notch wood-fired pizza.



Upcoming Events October 2017

HYbar Happy Hour

October 6 @ 5:00 pm – November 3 @ 8:00 pm
Hyatt Place St. Petersburg/Downtown, 25 2nd Street North
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701 United States 
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Celbrate your long week with a cold craft cocktail or local craft brew while listening to local live music! From 5pm – 8pm enjoy HALF OFF select CRAFT COCKTAILS, CRAFT BEER & APPETIZERS.

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Friday Night Rocket: Installation w/ Billy Mays III + Zach Mills

October 6 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
The Body Electric Yoga Company, 3015 7th St N
Saint Petersburg, FL 33704 United States 
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Date: Friday, October 6 Time: 5:30-7:00pm Cost: $5 Space is limited so please pre-register for Friday night’s special Rocket class, with musical guest Billy Mays III. The practice will remain in same structure while we explore the mood of live music and community energy. Zachary V Mills leads the practice. There will only be 35 spots for this Rocket+ so be sure to sign up in advance! <3

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Silent Auction Fundraiser for Relay For Life of Clearwater

October 7 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Big Storm Brewing Co., 12707 49th Street N
Clearwater, FL 33762 United States 
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Big Storm Brewery, 12707 49th St N, Clearwater will be hosting a silent auction fundraiser to benefit Relay for Life Clearwater, on October 7th from 12pm til 3pm. We need each team to collect donated items for the auction, and for each item donated by your team that sells, your team will receive the profits. This could be as simple as getting gift cards, event tickets or merchandise donated. We need your help to make this a successful venture. Please…

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Sunset Saturdays at HYdrate Rooftop Pool & Bar

October 7 @ 3:00 pm – October 28 @ 8:00 pm
Hyatt Place St. Petersburg/Downtown, 25 2nd Street North
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701 United States 
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Come up to the ROOFTOP of the new Hyatt Place DTSP and enjoy a dip in the pool and/or the sunset on #HYdrate, Downtown St. Pete’s ONLY ROOFTOP POOL & BAR. SIP on $5 select TIKI STYLE COCKTAILS or LOCAL CRAFT BREW while hanging in the HEATED POOL or in our lounge areas. Be our guest! See you at #HYdrate.

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Sunset Yoga

October 9 @ 6:30 pm – October 30 @ 7:30 pm
Kozuba & Sons Distillery, 1960 5th Ave S
Saint Petersburg, FL 33712 United States 
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Come join us for Sunset Yoga at Kozuba & Sons Distillery. Every Monday evening at 6:30 starting October 9th. Class will be held outside on our patio with the sunset as our backdrop. Tickets are $5 in advance or $10 at the door. BYO water and mat. A free tour of our distillery will be offered to all attendees after each class. Free tasting of our products is also available after each class to all attendees over 21 years of…

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Palooza party and October social

October 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Kozuba & Sons Distillery, 1960 5th Ave S
Saint Petersburg, FL 33712 United States 
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Join us for our huge bash to kick off Shopapalooza Season!! Admission is free for Shopapalooza vendors and sponsors, plus members of LocalShops1; and $20 for non-members and guests. * Complimentary appetizers provided by Smokin’ J’s BBQ! * Complimentary tastings courtesy of Kozuba & Sons Distillery * Free tours of the distillery! * Prizes + Surprises! * Free Shopapalooza Posters! * Free Shopapalooza Postcards! The party is a kick off to Shopapalooza, which takes place Nov 18 + 25 at…

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Fall Freedom Bertoberfest

October 14 @ 11:00 am – October 15 @ 3:00 pm
Bert’s Barracuda Harley-Davidson, 2805 54th Ave N
Saint Petersburg, FL 33714 United States 
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Join Bert for Fall Freedom Bertoberfest. We will have everything from bikini bike wash, dunk tank, jousting and boxing competitions, FREE food, LIVE music, demo rides and vendors. Please click on the link belwo to join either the jousing, boxing or if you want to be a vendor. Spots are going fast so hurry up! Good luck to all contenders.

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Nightmare Before Christmas “Sunscreen Halloween” Outdoor Movie at WIPA DTSP

October 14 @ 6:00 pm

SUNSCREEN & CINEMA SQUATCH bring you HALLOWEEN OUTDOOR MOVIE SEASONS!! SCARY AWESOME MUSIC | SPOOKY FOOD TRUCKS | TRICKY TRIVIA & TREATS 6PM-DUSK Music, Trivia, Tricks & Treats DUSK – Local indie short (3-5 min) DARK – Feature movie LOCATION: Historic Williams Park (330 2nd Ave N, St Petersburg FL 33701 – across the street from United Methodist Church) MADE POSSIBLE by community sponsors!! Stay and Meet at HYATT PLACE DTSP Enjoy St Petersburg Distillery Follow St Pete Arts Alliance…

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33rd Annual Frenchy’s Stone Crab Weekend

October 20 @ 12:00 pm – October 21 @ 10:00 pm

The most anticipated block party on Clearwater Beach! Join us for Frenchy’s 33rd Annual Stone Crab Weekend featuring fresh-off-the-boat stone crab claws supplied by Frenchy’s Stone Crab Company at deeply discounted prices! (while supplies last!) FREE ADMISSION! WHERE: Frenchy’s Original Café 41 Baymont Street, Clearwater Beach, FL 12:00pm-10:00pm both days! In addition, enjoy live music on stage, food & drink specials and raffles. Visit for futher information!

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St. Pete Zombie Food Booze Crawl – Free Admission

October 20 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Albert Whitted Park, Downtown St Petersburg, 480 Bayshore Dr. SE
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701 United States 
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☠️ST. PETE ZOMBIE FOOD-BOOZE☠️ 💀CRAWL💀 🎃🎃FREE ADMISSION🎃🎃EVENT DETAILS: Join Gulf to Bay for Food, Fun, Live Music & ZOMBIES as we host the 2017 ST PETE ZOMBIE FOOD BOOZE CRAWL 👻 👻$500 Costume Contest 👻👻 🚚Gourmet Food Trucks Attending: Anju Korean Gastro Truck Just Smokin BBQ Empamamas The Cheesesteak Truck Smokin Bowls Big D’s Grub Wagon St. Pete Pizza Food Truck The Boom Boom Box Casablanca Fusion Better than Eve’s BBQ Fiesta Bowls The Twisted Indian Stuffed Food…


October 20 @ 6:00 pm – October 21 @ 10:00 pm

Join us for Howl-O-Fest, a family-friendly Halloween experience, at the Boyd Hill Environmental Studies Area, 2900 31st Street S., on Friday, Oct. 20, and Saturday, Oct. 21, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The event features inflatable games, tattoos, kids’ trail, carnival games, arts & crafts, trick or treat cabins (bags provided), free candy, and a character meet and greet. Fire shows at 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. $5 entry fee $1 hay ride $2 “No Way Out” maze $2…

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Brewfest ’17

October 20 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Kozuba & Sons Distillery, 1960 5th Ave S
Saint Petersburg, FL 33712 United States 
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We’re delighted to announce Brewfest is back again! Join us for Brewfest ’17 benefiting Nourish to Flourish, feeding hungry kids throughout Pinellas County. Brewfest is brought to you by the Pelican Rugby Club

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Central Vision @ Big Storm Brewing Co.

October 21 @ 6:00 pm
Big Storm Brewing Co., 12707 49th Street N
Clearwater, FL 33762 United States 
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HOCUS POCUS “Sunscreen Halloween” Outdoor Movies at WIPA DTSP

October 21 @ 6:00 pm

SUNSCREEN & CINEMA SQUATCH bring you HALLOWEEN OUTDOOR MOVIE SEASONS!! SCARY AWESOME MUSIC | SPOOKY FOOD TRUCKS | TRICKY TRIVIA & TREATS 6PM-DUSK Music, Trivia, Tricks & Treats DUSK – Local indie short (3-5 min) DARK – Feature movie LOCATION: Historic Williams Park (330 2nd Ave N, St Petersburg FL 33701 – across the street from United Methodist Church) MADE POSSIBLE by community sponsors!! Stay and Meet at HYATT PLACE DTSP Enjoy St Petersburg Distillery Follow St Pete Arts Alliance…

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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

October 28 @ 8:00 pm
Jannus Live, 200 1st Ave N
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701 United States 
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$ 25.00 – $28.00 / Age All Ages Tickets:

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