1. The quarter-mile-long rainbow flag being rolled up at the end of the Pride in Paradise Parade, with hundreds of people carrying the flag down the street in 2022.
  2. Electronic music fans dance in front of the main stage during the Sunset Music Festival on Saturday, May 27, 2023 in Tampa.
  3. Tampa Bay Times reporters Gabrielle Calise and Helen Freund feel alive at Lassing Park in St. Petersburg.
  4. Tina Turner performs in a concert in Cologne, Germany on Jan. 14, 2009. Turner, the unstoppable singer and stage performer, died Tuesday, after a long illness at her home in Küsnacht near Zurich, Switzerland, according to her manager. She was 83.
  5. Broadway star Idina Menzel will perform at the St. Pete Pride Friday night concert, the day before the big parade.
  6. In October, the St. Pete Pier event attempted to break the world record for the largest hammock hangout. The Hammock Festival returns June 10.
  7. Ed Sheeran performs during his Subtract Tour at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on Friday, May 19, 2023. On May 20, he will headline a show at Raymond James Stadium, a concert he said has already broken the tour's ticket record.
  8. Pinellas County property appraiser Mike Twitty performs on stage with band Code Red at the Oldsmar Days festival on March 26. “He’s a straight up rockstar when he’s on stage,” said Twitty’s son and band mate, Sam.
  9. The crowd at a previous Tampa Pig Jig, which featured headliner Darius Rucker.
  10. Laura Les of 100 gecs performs on stage to a sold-out crowd at Jannus Live on Tuesday in St. Petersburg. The duo's most recent album, "10000 gecs," came out in March.
  11. Pianist Sergei Kossenko and violinist Olga Ferroni perform as a duet during the Candlelight: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac concert on Friday, May 5, 2023, at First Baptist Church of St. Petersburg.
  12. Horror film fans won't want to miss the inaugural Sunshine City Scare horror convention at St. Petersburg's Coliseum this weekend.
  13. The crowd filled up from the pit to the lawn during the Next Big Thing at Tampa's MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in 2021. Many concerts at the venue will go on sale for $25 May 10-16.
  14. Recording artist Ed Sheeran prepares to speak to the media outside New York Federal Court after he won his copyright infringement trial Thursday in New York. A federal jury concluded that Sheeran didn't steal key components of Marvin Gaye’s classic 1970s tune “Let’s Get It On” when he created his hit song “Thinking Out Loud.”
  15. Left: Robert Plant contorts his face as he sings to a sold-out crowd at Tampa Stadium on May 5, 1973. Right: An original flyer advertising the Led Zeppelin show that broke records.
  16. The scene outside Paramount Studios on Melrose Avenue after the Writer's Guild of America brought members out with picket signs in front of studios across Los Angeles
  17. A balloon glow will cap the night at 8:30 Friday and Saturday, like it did here in 2017, at Tampa's Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park for Riverfest. The event returns May 5-6.
  18. Gordon Lightfoot performs during the evening ceremonies of Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation, in Ottawa, Ontario, on July 1, 2017. The legendary folk singer-songwriter, whose hits including “Early Morning Rain,” and “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," told a tale of Canadian identity that was exported worldwide, died on Monday.
  19. Taylor Swift performs “The Man” during the first of her three sold-out Tampa shows on the Eras tour at Raymond James Stadium on April 13.
  20. Recording artist Ed Sheeran performs on stage at the 2021 NFL Kickoff Experience at Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park in 2021 in Tampa. He's performing at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on May 19 and at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium on May 20, 2023.
  21. The TikTok stars known as the Savannah Bananas baseball squad has two sold out appearances at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa April 28-29.
  22. North Florida indie rock band Flipturn is playing Saturday, April 29 at Gasparilla Music Festival in Cutis Hixon Waterfront Park.
  23. April 25• Life & Culture
    Harry Belafonte speaks at the official awarding ceremony of the 45th Rose d'Or festival at the Culture and Congresscenter (KKL) in Lucerne, Switerland, Saturday evening, May 7, 2005.
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