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Top things to do in Tampa Bay for April 21

Handout photo for a weekend's music planner and a Latitudes interview with "Fat Mike" Burkett of the punk band NOFX (he's the one kneeling). The band has a new memoir out, and will have a book signing and concert in Tampa on 4/21/16. Credit: Ben Garcia.

Handout photo for a weekend's music planner and a Latitudes interview with "Fat Mike" Burkett of the punk band NOFX (he's the one kneeling). The band has a new memoir out, and will have a book signing and concert in Tampa on 4/21/16. Credit: Ben Garcia.

NOFX: The California punk legends embark on The Hepatitis Bathtub Tour with Direct Hit! and Mean Jeans. 7 p.m., Ritz Ybor, 1503 E Seventh Ave., Tampa. $25. (813) 247-2555. Before, the band will sign copies of their biographical book, The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories. Copies of the book must be purchased from Inkwood in order to attend this event. 5:30 p.m., Inkwood Books, 216 S Armenia Ave., Tampa. (813) 253-2638.

St. Petersburg Opera: Evenings/Mornings With the Maestro: First Entrance and Final Exit: Where Did I Go Wrong?: St. Petersburg Opera artistic director Mark Sforzini leads a program to enhance your understanding of opera and preview shows. Programs are Thursday nights at the Music Gallery of Clearwater and Friday mornings at 11 a.m. at St. Petersburg's Museum of Fine Arts. 6 p.m., Music Gallery, 5990 Ulmerton Road, Clearwater. $20, $15-$17 seniors/students. (727) 530-3304.

Salaam Neighbor Screening: The documentary follows two filmmakers as they spend one month in a Syrian refugee camp. 6:45 p.m., Underground Network Church, 1925 E 2nd Ave., Tampa. Free. (813) 444-6114.

Big D and the Kids Table: The Boston-based ska-punk group perform along with openers, Snails and Counterpunch. 7 p.m., State Theatre, 687 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. $12. (727) 895-3045.

Spamalot: The American Stage in the Park production of the Tony Award-winning musical based on the Monty Python parody of the legend of King Arthur. No alcohol or pets are allowed, but concessions (including alcohol) will be available. Through May 8. 8 p.m., Demens Landing, 100 First Ave. SE, St. Petersburg. $25-$38. (727) 823-7529.

Murder for Two: A hilarious musical murder mystery, in which one actor investigates the crime, the other plays all the other roles, and they both play piano. Through May 1. 7:30 p.m., Jaeb Theater at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. $40. (813) 229-7827.

Pablo Francisco: Known for his spot-on impressions and arsenal of characters, the MadTV star has several Comedy Central specials and three comedy DVDs. 8 p.m., Improv Comedy Theater, 1600 E Eighth Ave., Tampa. $20. (813) 864-4000.

KIDS AND FAMILY

Book Time at Brooker Creek: Program includes story related crafts, games and other hands-on activities. Best for ages 3 to 5. 10:30 a.m., Brooker Creek Preserve, 3940 Keystone Road, Tarpon Springs. Free (registration required). (727) 453-6800.

TO WATCH

Inside Amy Schumer, 10 p.m., Comedy Central. The Emmy-winning comedy starring TV's funniest feminist returns with new sketches, street interviews, weird characters and a lot of words we can't print here.

MORE TO EXPLORE

Find ideas for date night at tampabay.com/things-to-do.

Top things to do in Tampa Bay for April 21 04/20/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 20, 2016 2:23pm]
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