The weekend is packed at Shephard's with live entertainment, drink and food specials, VIP parties and more.
The weekend kicks off with the Go Daddies (2-7 p.m.), All the Answers (8 p.m.-midnight) and DJ Chad Fox (9 p.m.-2 a.m.) in the Tiki bar and DJ Ray (9 p.m. to close) in the Wave.
Bring blankets, low back chairs, coolers and dogs on leashes for outdoor concerts by Tampa Bay area music acts. Alcohol is prohibited.
This week features the Todd Grubbs Band opening for Sting Police.
In this musical, Jen and her younger brother John's family is divided over the war in Vietnam. When John is killed in the war, Jen is left to reconcile her memory of their fractured relationship. Through May 26.
Jobsite partners with the Tampa Jewish Community Center & Foundation for the eastern United States premiere of this controversial and important play. When 17-year-old Bethany disappears while on a school trip to Israel, her parents feverishly search for her throughout Jerusalem, and fin …
Price: Tickets start at $28, previews $10.
This Tony Award-winning musical tells the tale of a group of overachievers as they compete in a spelling championship. Through May 26. American Stage's annual play in the park takes place outdoors in Demens Landing. Reserved seats are available for purchase, but it's just as fun to pack a picnic …
Price: $13 advance, $15 at the event Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday; $18 advance, $20 at the event Friday-Saturday (kids 6 and under free); premiere blankets $24; reserved chair seatings $29. Onstage seating is $35. Pay What You Can at preview performances.
The concert opens with Messiaen's symphonic meditation Le offrandes oubliées (The Forgotten Offerings), followed by Debussy's La Mer and Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. Tito Munoz conducts.
A sci-fi fan-fest with a Hyperspace Hoopla stage show, Jedi Training Academy, parades and meet-and-greet sessions featuring Star Wars characters and actors. Fastpass required for autographs.
Ray Park (plays Darth Maul) and Warwick Davis (plays Wicket W. Warrick) will attend.
A special exhibit of life-like and life-size dinosaurs. The outdoor display features towering dinosaurs that move, blink and roar.Additional attraction fee applies: $4 plus regular park admission during park hours; $9.95 for after-hours Dino Nights (park admission not needed); 2 and younger free …
She was the muse and mistress of Pablo Picasso and had two children with the artist.. Now the French painter, printmaker and author will share 47 lithographs from the private collection of Patrick and Jackie Terrail.
Price: $5 general admission;$4 senior citizens; free for children, students, and military.
The cocktail bar's list of events include a jam session with Jackie Vee & Rickie B including dollar drinks from 8 p.m. to close with 93.3 FLZ's DJ Jaime Ferreira make Mondays, open mic nights every Tuesday, DJ competitions every Wednesday, plenty of fish dating event this Thursday with $2 dr …
Tampa Bay Mensa, the local chapter of American Mensa will host a regional gathering, featuring food, games,tournaments and music. Includes lectures by famous Mensans including Isaac Asimov, Richard Bolles, Bill McArthur and Marilyn Vos Savant.
It's the season finale for this street party with live entertainment and food trucks along Corey Avenue. Food trucks include Killer Samich, Keepn It Reel, Tasty Stacy, Gone Bananas, Smoothin & Shaken, PAO Truck, Mobile Munchiez, Rolling Zoinks, Americanwiener and Mr I Got 'Em BBQ. Live …
Price: Menu prices vary.
Here's a safe and cheap way to get to and from a Rays game. For $9.95 round trip, you can board a bus at either Lee Roy Selmons in Carrollwood or South Tampa and save gas money as well as $10 to $20 on parking.
Mount a historical Lipizzaner stallion for a beautiful sunset ride. Herrmanns Royal Lipizzaner Ranch is now offering four day classical dressage clinics that focus on foundation principles such as proper seat, communication with the horse and general horsemanship. Riders must be 18 or older.
The courthouse square is transformed into an outdoor entertainment venue filled with live music by Mighty Mongo, UNRB, This Day's Age and the Hollywood Kills band, rock climbing, a bungee trampoline, face painting and food vendors.
Four continental courses, from appetizer to dessert that capture the flavors of Europe, and include charcuterie plate, seafood paella, raspberry panna cotta, each paired with wines from Italy, Spain, Portugal and Germany. This special dinner menu offered nightly from 6-9:30 p.m. May 23-25.
Price: $50, includes wine pairings.