Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg: Bring out the earplugs. The annual race weekend — with cars whipping through a 1.8-mile street course at 130 mph — has a full day of practice and qualifying runs starting at 8 a.m. in downtown St. Petersburg. $20–$125. (877) 283-5385; gpstpete.com.
Wilson Phillips: Thanks to their appearance in Bridesmaids, the female pop trio is having a resurgence of sorts. Listen for songs from their album due out in April, plus classics like '90s hit Hold On, at 7:30 p.m. at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. $49.
Tampa Bay Pro Rodeo: This full-blown professional rodeo featuring bull riding and steer wrestling kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at Expo Hall at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa. $15–$30. (813) 621-7821.
Police Unity Tour Benefit Concert: Cheap Trick singer Robin Zander joins local rock group the Greg Billings Band and Pitbull Toddler led by Cowhead from 102.5 FM in a concert honoring the city's fallen police officers. Proceeds from concessions benefit the Police Unity Tour cause. It's at 8 p.m. at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg. Free.
Chasco Fiesta: Festival featuring a Native American Pow Wow, carnival midway, food, live music (singer/songwriter Mark Schultz tonight) and more at 5 p.m. at Sims Park, 6341 Bank St., New Port Richey. Free admission. (877) 424-2726.
Bruce Springsteen: The Boss brings his E Street Band — with nephew Jake Clemons filling in for the late Clarence Clemons on sax — to town for a foot-stomping night of songs from his latest album Wrecking Ball. Show is at 7:30 p.m. at Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa. $47–$98. (813) 301-2500.
Kitchen Nightmares, 8 p.m., Fox: A restaurant in Philadelphia is coasting on its reputation from 30 years ago. That's okay, because the city is doing the exact same thing.
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