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Top things to do in Tampa Bay for Sunday March 27

Handout of photo of Third Eye Blind.

Handout of photo of Third Eye Blind.

Busch Gardens Food and Wine Festival: Third Eye Blind: The underrated '90s rockers perform at the festival at today, included with admission. The festival runs weekends noon-9 p.m. through April 24, with gourmet food samples that start at $4, wine and cocktails starting at $7.50. Busch Gardens, 3605 Bougainvillea Ave., Tampa. $97, $92 for ages 3-9. (888) 800-5447; buschgardens.com.

Young Dolph: The rapper known for hits including Cut It and Preach headlines Easter Sunday at the club with opener, Young Dro who will perform his hit single, We in Da City. 10 p.m., Club Skye, 1509 E Eighth Ave., Tampa. Start at $30. (813) 247-6606; eventbrite.com.

Spring Beer Jam: Wrappig up four days of unique beers and live music by the Heavy Pets, Ultraviolet Hippopotamus, Count Bass D, Dillon, the Juanjamon Band, Uncle John's Band, Alycat, Dubble James, Fat Mannequin and DJ 45Revolver. 11 a.m., Dunedin Brewery, 937 Douglas Ave., Dunedin. No cover. (727) 736-0606; dunedinbrewery.com.

Tampa Shakespeare Festival: Richard III: The festival features alternating performances of the Bard's Richard III, about the comeuppance of the last king of the House of York, and the comedic war of the sexes, Much Ado About Nothing. Through Sunday. 2 p.m., Water Works Park, 1710 N Highland Ave., Tampa. Free. (813) 551-1564; tampashakesfest.org.

4000 Miles: Amy Herzog's Obie Award-winning drama, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, charts the relationship between a grandson and his feisty grandmother in her Greenwich Village apartment. Through April 10. 3 p.m., American Stage Theatre Company at Raymond James Theater, 163 Third St. N, St. Petersburg. $39-$59. (727) 823-7529; americanstage.org.

Family Favorites Film Series: The Last Unicorn: Young fans can see some of their parents' most beloved childhood films on the big screen. 3 p.m., Tampa Theatre, 711 Franklin St., Tampa. $10, $8 ages 2-12, 1 and younger free; $12, $10 ages 2-12 (Quote-along film). (813) 274-8982.

African Children's Choir: The program features children's songs, traditional spirituals and gospel favorites. Benefits education, relief, care and development programs for choir members. 6 p.m., Plant City Church of God, 2103 Mud Lake Road, Plant City. Donations welcome. (813) 752-0989; africanchildrenschoir.com.

KIDS AND FAMILY

Florida Aquarium Easter Fun: A scuba-diving Easter bunny plunges into the aquarium's Schooling Fish exhibit at 11:30 a.m., 2 and 3 p.m. for Easter weekend. Also, kids can follow clues to find eggs in a scavenger hunt and pose for photos with the Easter bunny. Included with admission. 9:30 a.m., Florida Aquarium, 701 Channelside Drive, Tampa. $23.95, $20.95 seniors, $18.95 ages 3-12, 2 and younger free. Prices are generally about $2 cheaper if you buy them online at the aquarium's site. (813) 273-4000; flaquarium.org/event-calendar/easter.aspx.

The Music Box: Tampa Bay: An interactive public art installation of musical architecture, created by visiting artists New Orleans Airlift. The site will be open for exploration starting at noon, Community Stepping Stones at Mann-Wagnon Park, 1101 E River Cove St., Tampa. (813) 974-4133; cam.usf.edu/musicbox.

Clearwater Community Easter Egg Hunt: Thousands of eggs, including numerous golden eggs (which can be exchanged for stuffed Easter Bunnies) will be strewn on the grounds for children to grab starting at 12:30 p.m. There will also be pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting, bounce houses, a slide, live entertainment and photos with the Easter Bunny. Hosted by the Clearwater Community Volunteers, a Scientology volunteer group in the city of Clearwater. 12 p.m., Coachman Park, 301 Drew St., Clearwater. Free. (727) 442-2099.

TO WATCH

Vinyl, 9 p.m., HBO: The wild and weird first season continues with a road trip that takes a newly sober Richie (Bobby Cannavale) to Las Vegas. There, he tries to lure Elvis to his label. That's Presley, not Costello.

Season premiere Mr. Selfridge, 10 p.m., PBS: Before this fourth and final season is over, Harry (Jeremy Piven) will meet Jazz Age icons the Dolly sisters, a pair of scandalous showgirls who will prove to be a drain on his wallet.

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Top things to do in Tampa Bay for Sunday March 27 03/25/16 [Last modified: Friday, March 25, 2016 10:43am]
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