This weeks “Fresh City Friday” is Tampa, FL
Treasure awaits in Tampa Bay! Once the world’s Cigar Capital, Tampa Bay is a vibrant region that takes pride in its rich, cultural heritage. Visitors can experience delicious culinary cuisine, serene river excursions, thrilling attractions and exceptional shopping. Explore by land, air or sea – share your treasures, discover new ones and together we will unlock something new.
Best know for his role as Robert Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, Brad Garrett began his career as a stand-up. He went on to become a star of film and television, winning three Emmy Awards and lending his voice to animated movies such as Finding Nemo and Ratatouille.
Where: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel Casino
Time: 7:30 pm
The Rolling Stones are playing Orlando, not Tampa but hey it’s a short drive up the road for anyone who wants to see the magic in person. The last time the Rolling Stones played North American stadiums was during their “A Bigger Bang Tour” in 2006. They opted for arena venues for their “50 & Counting” tour in 2012 and 2013.
Where: Citrus Bowl
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: $67.50 – $392.50
Stanley Cup Finals
Game 4’s 2-1 victory stopped Chicago’s bleeding and knotted the seven-game series at 2-2, after it lost two straight for the first time in these playoffs. The performance was similar to the Blackhawks Game 1 win to open series. They were outshot, out hit, and needed a late push in the third period to avoid a 3-1 series hole, while largely relying on the on-again off-again work of goalie Corey Crawford.
We can’t wait to see what happens tomorrow here in Tampa.
Where: Amelie Arena
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: Good Luck – Read Below
Stanley Cup Finals – Watching Party @ Ferg’s Live
Just across the street from Amelie Arena is the renown Freg’s Live where the cost is FREE and the excitement is HIGH.
Where: Freg’s Live, across the street Amelie Arena
Time: Noon to Close
Cost: Free but get there early
The American Spirit: Painting and Sculpture from Santa Barbara Museum of Art
The selection highlights American art between 1830 and the end of WWI, including artists Thomas Cole, Albert Bierstadt, John Sloan and others. The presentation narrates an important chapter in American history that witnessed the Civil War, the expansion of national boundaries and the emergence of new technologies. Remains on display through September 6.
Where: Tampa Museum of Art
Time: 11:00 am