The husband and wife owners of Seattle's Two Tone Studios will exhibit their individual glass art pieces as well as their collaborative ones. Remains on display through August 30.
The artist has been the vanguard of blues and roots music in the 21st century, and has been featured in O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Ray and had a recurring role in the HBO series Treme.
Price: $25 general admission; $35 reserved seating.
Create your own UV bracelets, sun visors and sun-safe paper dolls at this safety festival with crafts, science activities and story times.
Price: $10, $9 seniors, one and younger free.
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.
The preview of Puccini's last, incomplete opera, tells a story of a Chinese princess and a man's vow to make her his or die trying.
Price: $20, $15-$17 seniors/students.
Aimed at children ages 4 to 10, this play explores the fear of the unknown while celebrating friendship. In the play, a young boy is forced to explore a new school and make new friends.
Price: $15, $10 students/seniors, 4 and younger free.
All volleyball players, coaches and their families are invited to Volleyball Night. A $30 ticket package includes a seat in the lower level and a Tie-Dye Rays Volleyball shirt. For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit raysbaseball.com/specialevents.
Price: Ticket prices vary by game.
The gallery features functional, scientific, heady and decorative glass from world-renowned glass artists. At the grand opening, guests can enjoy adult beverages and food from The Avenue, enter to win prizes, and have a meet and greet with Fisher and Kage from three to five p.m.
Memorial Day weekend marks the opening of all city pools in St. Petersburg. Bring the entire family for $1 per person. For the rest of the summer, admission is $3, $2 ages 3 to 12.
This year's annual music festival features Panic! At the Disco, Vinyl Theater, Night Riots,Awolnation, DeLong and In the Valley Below. As always, the event is free, but if you can't make it to a ticket drop location, you can buy tickets on Ticketmaster to ensure your spot in the crowd. A free sh …
Price: Free ticket drop admission, $20 at the gate.
Bloom celebrates their one-year anniversary with the transformation of their 20,000-sf space into an artistic landmark, covered in large-scale murals by more than 20 artists. A free wall will be available for all artists who want to paint during the event. Visitors can enjoy self-guided mural to …
A free concert shortly following games. In addition to their game tickets, fans can watch the various acts from the field by purchasing field access passes for $15.
In 2016 the pop star brothers will celebrate 50 years of being in the entertainment business taking their place as the most recognizable family in music history.
Price: Included with game's ticket.
Obie Award winner Eve Ensler's smash hit introduces a gathering of female voices, including a six-year-old girl, a septuagenarian New Yorker, a vagina workshop participant and others.
Price: $15 advance, $10-$20 suggested donation at the door.
Artistic director Eric Davis adapted and stars in this one-man version of Shakespeare's exploration of the politics of colonialism. This adaptation creates an entirely new storyline that applies to Cuba's history, illustrating the importance of literature and poetry to the history of revolution …
The annual show once again brings a huge selection of sleek Corvettes ranging from 1950s classics to brand new models and race cars. Trophies will be awarded for categories such as for best custom and best of class. Benefits the Veterans Bridge Scholarship at St. Petersburg College.
Price: Free (spectators); $30 advance, $35 day of (car entry).
More than 100 local vendors including farmers, growers with fresh produce and gourmet foods. Also, crafts, prepared foods, live entertainment, flowers and plants.
Monthly docent-led tours introduce Salvador Dali and the Dali Museum to families with children. The interactive tour highlights Dali paintings and other works that appeal to children. A Spanish-themed breakfast buffet and hands-on activities follow the tour. Reservations required.
Price: $21, $10 ages 6-12; $10, $5 ages 6-12 members.