It's not just the strawberries that make this event sweet. Though crowds may come for the fruit, they stay for the live entertainment. This year's major headliners include, Reba McEntire, Boyz II Men, Sara Evans, John Legend and interestingly enough Kevin Costner and his band Modern West. Headli …
Sunday's headliner is Hunter Hayes ($40) with opener Brett Eldredge ($20-$25).
Price: $10, $5 ages 6 to 12, 5 and younger free. Concert tickets are extra.
A weekend of fun and entertainment, while experiencing the diversity of cultures through sight, sound, smell and taste. The select group of artists invited to participate showcase various styles of art from around the world, and vie for the $15,000 Raymond James Best of Show Award and an additio …
The 37th annual festival takes you back in time to a period of kings, queens, jousting, jugglers, mimes, madrigals, archery contests and a human chess match.
Bring your furry friends and pirate pals for Buccaneer Beer and Pet Fest weekend. There's a pet rescue showcase, pet training demonstrations, contests for dogs, a tattoo contest, beer and wine tastings. This weekend also features swab the deck, a Perfect Pirate contest and biker discounts with presentation of motorcycle license.
Price: $16.95, $8.95 ages 5-12 (advance); $19.95, $15.95 seniors/students, $11.95 ages 5-12 (at the gate); $10 dogs.
Follow the sordid adventures of a depraved fact checker at a New York magazine as he plummets into the yuppie party scene. In classic Freefall style, the black box theater has been turned into a 1980s nightclub setting, with high-top table seating for the guests.
Meet at the parking lot adjacent to the dog park for a scenic 33 mile ride on the St. Petersburg Downtown Trail, the Pinellas Trail and the Skyway Trail. Helmets are required and riders must maintain a speed of 12 to 14 mph. Call (813) 236-8119.
Explore the colorful palette of spring as more than 150 varieties of camellias, hundreds of azaleas, along with orchids, irises, Mexican flame vine, and other flowering plants reach their peak blooming period through March and into April. Bring your camera and learn about the flora, fauna and hi …
Price: Adult admission: $12, kids 5-12, $3; combo admission to Gardens and Pinewood Estate: adult, $18, kids 5-12, $8.
The event will welcome the Florida Gumball Rally and Rally Your Heart teams to Tampa, while raising awareness and funds for the Wounded Warrior Project. Attendees will enjoy music, Caribbean cuisine and a car show.
Chef Michael Ostrander shares his secrets as an executive pastry chef in hands-on full day class. Register online.
Price: $100, includes lunch, recipe book.
Approximately 200 teams from across the East Coast compete in this 2-on-2 beach volleyball tournament. Hot players to keep an eye on include Matt Henderson, Piotr Marciniak, Justin Phipps, Tara Kuk and Karolina Sowala.
Play takes place on the beach adjacent to Pier 60.
Price: Free for spectators.
The revamped weekly market features more than 60 vendors offering top quality farm fresh produce, specialty gourmet food, plants, ready to eat items, handcrafted items and live music. Between Boca Ciega Drive and Gulf Boulevard.
Price: Free admission.
A three and a half day Parrot Head Trop-rock music festival that blends Caribbean, tropical/island, Latin and rock-reggae, with roots. There will be vendors with "parrotphanila" and other items on site.
Price: $85 three days.
Classes on a variety of culinary topics designed for the home cook. Call for other class topics.
Recipes from the chef's cookbook, Plenty, include pear crostini, 'crunchy' pappardelle. $50.
Miss. St. Petersburg Elisha Sayed serves as special guest for this tea party with craft activities and a high end fashion show with members of the Junior League of St. Petersburg serving as models. Benefits Junior League of St. Petersburg programs.
Price: $50-$65, $25 ages 14 and younger.
Learn how to easily change your diet to a more plant-strong focus, while meeting nutritional needs, at seminar.
Price: $10-$20 donation.