Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (7.19-7.21.19)

Photo shows lawn chairs on park grass looking out towards the Tampa skyline

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Photo shows vintage items from upcoming 3 Day Vintage Market from July 26 to 28

Vintage Roost
Search through a plethora of fun and interesting finds at Vintage Roost in Ybor City! Located on 7th Ave the heart of this historic community at 2326 E 7th Avenue. With 18 vendors each offering their own unique distinctive vintage flair the 5,000 sq. feet of Vintage Roost will be brimming with fantastic pieces for you to discover. Click here.
July 26 to July 28
Vintage Roost 2326 E 7th Avenue


Friday, July 19

Summer Series
This summertime program offers kids and parents a break from the sun and rain with free access to over-sized games throughout the week under 12,000 square feet of shade during its installation.
All Weekend
Julian B Lane Riverfront Park, 1001 N Blvd

Jazz Intensive Concert
Big band favorites and contemporary jazz combo arrangements will be featured in this culminating performance from the students of the Patel Conservatory Summer Jazz Intensive. Grab a seat to see the jazz stars of tomorrow bring their skills to the Morsani Hall.
Begins 5:30pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N Macinnes Pl

Live Music at Sparkman Wharf
Grab a drink and find a nice place to sit as the live music lays down a soundtrack for your weekend. If you have not visited Sparkman Wharf yet, this is a great excuse to make the trip! Powered by Gasparilla Music Festival, this show not only has a great view it’s FREE.
Begins 6pm
Sparkman Wharf  615 Channelside Dr


Saturday, July

Saturday Sweat Sesh
Workout in one of our lovely City of Tampa Parks for approximately 1 hour on three Saturdays out of each month. The workout is typically a fun mix of cardio and strength training for all fitness levels.
Begins 9am
Julian B Lane Riverfront Park, 1001 N Blvd

Fish, Grits & Black History
Fish, Grits & Black History III is the third time this fundraising event has been held in order to observe the importance of Black History Month and continuing Africana Studies and research. There will be panel discussions, entertainment, and of course fish and grits! The Dr. Walter L. Smith Library has supported cultural studies in the Tampa Bay area for more than 15 years.
Begins 9am
Dr. Walter L. Smith Library 909 North Albany Ave.

Summer is King
Follow the herd to ZooTampa at Lowry Park where Summer is King! Each week starting Friday, July 12th until August 8th, your Zoo visit will be filled with themed animal chats & enrichments, fun activities for the kids, and specialty food items all in celebration of Africa. Summer is King is included with ZooTampa General Admission. Click here for tickets.
ZooTampa 1101 W. Sligh Ave.

Ice Cream at Ballast Point Park
Enjoy free ice cream sundaes and a day at the park with Horizon Church. At 11:00 am, attendees will be packing sack lunches with a bottle of water, granola bar, and other snacks for those experiencing homelessness in our community. This is a kid-friendly activity. Feel free to bring a friend and anything else that you would bring to have fun in the park.
10am to 11:30pm
Bay Pier at Ballast Point Park, 5300 Interbay Blvd

Live Music at Sparkman Wharf
Grab a drink and a find a nice place to sit as the live music lays down a soundtrack for your weekend. If you have not visited Sparkman Wharf yet, this is a great excuse to make the trip!
Begins 6pm
Sparkman Wharf, 615 Channelside Dr

14th Annual Martinis for Moffitt
Hosted by Bay Area Advisors, Martinis for Moffitt supports Moffitt Cancer Center’s critical cancer research programs. BAA has now donated more than $1.5 million to Moffitt from event proceeds. It is one of the best fundraising events in the Tampa Bay Area, providing a unique blend of entertainment and networking, while raising money to fight a devastating disease. Please join us at the event and in the fight for a cure! For tickets and more info, click here.
7pm to 11pm
Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N Macinnes Pl

Black Tie Casual Grand Opening Party
Welcome The Continental to Downtown Tampa! The opening of the mid-century modern restaurant and lounge will feature complimentary vodka tastings, drink specials, and passed hors d’oeuvres.
Begins 7pm
The Continental Tampa, 111 West Fortune St

Sunday, July

Tampa Indie Flea
Enjoy a monthly curated market featuring 100 Artisans, Crafters, & Makers from Tampa Bay, Florida, and beyond as they take over Armature Works on the third Sunday of every month! This event features Coffee + Breakfast // Letterpress // Vintage // Succulents // Handmade Goods // Art // Jewelry // Leather Goods.
11am to 3pm
Armature Works, 1910 N Ola Ave

Jurassic Park (1993)
This special CinemaSTEM / Summer Classics crossover will feature a post-show Film Talk and audience Q&A with Anthony Pelaez, Senior Director of Exhibits and Innovation at Tampa’s Museum of Science & Industry. He will discuss where the movie got the science right, and where the filmmakers may have taken a few liberties with how DNA works (he’s also promised to perform some “dinosaur calls”).
3pm to 5:15pm
Tampa Theatre, 711 N Franklin St.

Yoga in the Park
In operation since 2010, the Tampa Downtown Partnership is proud to continue it’s Sunday Yoga in the Park tradition with our newest addition, seasoned yoga instructors from Lucky Cat Yoga.
Begins 6pm
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, 600 N Ashley Dr

Anuel AA: Real Hasta La Muerte Tour Part 2
Anuel AA, the Puerto Rican rapper who helped bring Latin Trap music into the mainstream, is hitting the stage with his Real Hasta La Muerte Tour Part 2. He will be bringing his unique mix of reggaeton and trap genres to perform live in Downtown Tampa.
Begins 8pm
Amalie Arena, 401 Channelside Dr.


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