June 25, 2010
@ PCI Beach Bar
Wild Energy kicks off the weekend Friday night from 6-10 and on Saturday, it's a double header with Colt Clark during the day and Jason Longoria playing that evening. Josh Magwood Band- holding it down on Sunday.
Jazz: The Art of Music
Enjoy the jazz stylings of Sasha Tuck in the glass Conservatory as you mingle on the terrace overlooking Tampa Bay. Sample delicacies from the MFA Cafe or libations from a cash bar. At MOFA. www.fine-arts.org
"Monsters of Sludge" Rockfest
The recently renovated Jannus Live is throwing the rockshow of all rockshows (at least on a local scale) to help out with oil relief efforts should they be needed in the area. Tonights "MONSTERS OF SLUDGE" ROCKFEST! will feature a little mix of everything with local talent such as the Greg Billings Band, Pitbull Toddler, No King, Sonic Erotica (?) and Victim of Circumstance. Proceeds will go towards the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary. Doors 6:30
Second Annual Sea-Oat Planting
Ok. So it's not everyone's idea of good time. But helping out really can feel good, and hey, atleast you'll feel like you've earned that Cold Ass Beer at the bar later! Volnteers looking to help can meet in Pass-a-Grille at Hurley Park this Saturday from 8-11 am. Bring gloves, hand shovels, post hole digger, sun block, hats, beach shoes, watering cans or whatever you got. Parking passes and refreshments provided.
The Studio Review Launch Party
The Studio@620 invites you to The Studio Review Launch Party to be held on Saturday June 26 from 6:30 - 9:30 PM. Celebrate the first printing of this new arts and literature quarterly publication and enjoy live music from local band Life of Pi plus the musical stylings of WMNF DJ Arielle Stevenson. But that is not all, there will also be film screenings of The Bro Bowl: 30 Years of Tampa Concrete, and Slimed. Admission is free and open to the public.
Suntan Art Mart and Beach Bazaar
Come browse the many booths of hand-made art by local artists. Live music, food and beverages at the Grill next door, and it's all just a short trek down the beach, in Pass-a-grille. Vendors stay up from around 9am-4pm Saturday and Sunday.