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1920 Ybor, a stunning new concert venue and cafe, debuts ahead of Gasparilla Music Fest

Guests gather inside 1920 Ybor for a Galactic Funk show
Photo by Ysanne Taylor

Music lovers rejoice! Ybor City is about to get a brand new music venue and cafe all in one. 1920 Ybor City (1920 E 7th Avenue) is a dreamy music venue that debuted on April 20. The open air music destination is a proverbial forest with lush greenery and stunning murals lining the brick walls.

Previously known as Frankie’s Patio, this new spot served as the official music venue for the Gasparilla Music Festival Pre-Fest Kick Off Party. Galatic’s extraordinary performance showcased just how versatile and powerful 1920’s stage is.


a mural on a brick wall with blue lights on the bottom
A stunning new mural inside 1920 Ybor | Photo by Ysanne Taylor
rooftop bar
Guests enjoy the rooftop area of 1920 Ybor | Photo by Ysanne Taylor

1920 is Ybor City’s new go-to music venue

This 13,742 sq ft space is also going to be home to The Attic Café, one of downtown Tampa’s most popular coffee bars and restaurants. Guests can enjoy quintessential Tampa eats while enjoying great tunes. And for those of you who love art, you’ll be happy to know that 1920 will also showcase some amazing local artwork, with pieces from the Kress Collective.

“We wanted to create a space where people can come together to enjoy great music, delicious food, local art, and a fun atmosphere,” said the owner of 1920 Ybor City. Mission accomplished.

They’re going to have both local and national acts, with a focus on showcasing up-and-coming artists. Follow 1920 on Instagram to learn more about upcoming shows.


Rustic Steel Creations crafted a metallic rooster for 1920 Ybor | Photo by Ysanne Taylor
A view from the top of a concert venue with an open roof
Organizers set up for the Gasparilla Pre-Fest | Photo by Ysanne Taylor


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