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Hosting a virtual event? Here’s how to enter it in our database

Tampa Bay performing artists, musicians, museums, authors and more can let the public know about their online efforts.
You can take a virtual tour of the Dalí Museum at thedali.org/virtual-tour. The site takes you both inside the gallery as well as outside, where the museum maintains the Avant-garden.
You can take a virtual tour of the Dalí Museum at thedali.org/virtual-tour. The site takes you both inside the gallery as well as outside, where the museum maintains the Avant-garden. [ SCOTT KEELER | Times ]
Published Mar. 31, 2020
Updated Apr. 9, 2020

The COVID-19 outbreak has shut down so many events and attractions that artists and performers have resorted to holding virtual events on Instagram and Facebook and their websites, often with virtual tip jars prominently displayed.

If you’re one of these local people or organizations hosting virtual events, you can now add your event to our Things to Do database, at tampabay.com/do. See the green button on the right side of the page that says Add Event? That’s where artists and instructors and museums can post their virtual events for everyone to see. It’s free to enter an event once you create an account. Questions? Email Kelly Stefani at kstefani@tampabay.com.

For the rest of us, this addition of virtual events makes it easy to browse local concerts, art shows and more from your couch. Check back daily, or keep an eye out for our weekly roundup.