St. Pete and Clearwater have a packed schedule of Spring Breaker action going on all this weekend. It's a music-lovers paradise, with plenty of opportunities to feel the vibes at concerts spanning the full spectrum of genres. Assuming you've recovered from last weekend's shenanigans (do Irish car bombs ring a hangover bell?), it's time to get back in the saddle and enjoy perfect Spring weather at the awesome outdoor events going on in your city. If you're just looking for a sweet spot to enjoy the Tampa Bay lifestyle, check out the most lit Spring Break bars in Pinellas. Good times are guaranteed in this weekend's forecast!
Bring a Date
See Miss St. Pete Pride 2016, Nicole T. Lane and other sassy stars bring glitter and pizzaz to your brunch. Tickets are $25 per person and include the show, choice of entree, breakfast pastries and fruits, and your first mimosa or bloody Mary!
Concerts and Festivals
GRAMMY Award® winning iconic rock band Chicago returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall, with their signature horns for the first time since their sold-out show in 2014. Tickets start at $64.
This Philadelphia-based tribute group consists of six veteran musicians intent on delivering Led Zeppelin live like you’ve never heard before. Get ready for a high-energy Zeppelin concert with heart-thumping intensity. Tickets are only $23.
See this country music star up close and personal at the Mahaffey. Tickets start at $40.
Jam with Badfish as they perform a special tribute to Sublime at Jannus Live on March 23! Tickets are available now for $12.
Dance the night away at Shephard's with German house music producer Robin Schulz. Beach House Sunday's is the largest weekly Electronic music event on the Gulf. This is a 21 and up event, rain or shine!
Australian producer Throttle has become one of the hottest names in dance music. Join him in the newly renovated Wave nightclub as he takes the stage for a night of electric party vibes. This is an 18 and up event.
Enjoy the best food, drinks and entertainment Dunedin has to offer in this two-day festival centered around the delicious, fresh seafood of the Gulf. Friends, family and pets will enjoy Edgewater Park’s marina views and eclectic downtown vibes at the festival. Sea for yourself what makes Dunedin so sweet!
The Tarpon Springs Merchants Association, along with Eddie & Brother Phil, are bringing this year's amazing lineup of musical acts. Hear music by The Black Honkeys, The Stone City, and Four Star Riot plus many more. Tickets are only $5 at the gate.
Follow the golf tournament championship rounds starting Thursday, with the final championship round on Sunday. There will also be family fun zones, block parties and other events happening on the grounds!