St. Pete Beach Things to Do: October 2019

Spooky scares are in store for you this month in St. Pete Beach! Although the weather may not show it, here on the beach, Fall is here!  Embrace the change in season with autumn harvests and terrifying haunts all month long. Here are some of our favorite events in the area this October!

St. Pete Saturday Morning Market

Every Saturday



The St. Pete Saturday Morning Market is back at the Al Lang Stadium parking lot. Every Saturday from 9am to 2pm, you can explore this massive farmers market featuring quality local vendors from all over the state. Find locally made crafts and gifts, local honey, fresh flowers, tacos, coffee, kettle corn, artisinal bread and decadent cookies, plus a plethora of produce!

https://www.facebook.com/SPSaturdayMarket/

Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream

Oct. 1 – Nov. 2

Be spooked by unexpected terrors around every corner at this year’s Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens! Experience 300 acres of terrifying horrors and merciless roaming hoards. Howl-O-Scream 2019 unearths long-buried icons of the past and new nightmares as Busch Gardens Tampa Bay celebrates “20 Years of Fear” with sinister surprises at every turn. Brave souls can venture through horrifying houses, terrifying scare zones and thrilling rollercoaster rides in the dark for 22 select nights.

https://buschgardens.com/tampa/events/howl-o-scream/

Autumn Harvest at the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement

October 12

October 12th join the Autumn Harvest at The Pinellas Pioneer Settlement in St. Petersburg.  Celebrate the tradition of gathering the harvest and giving thanks at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy Hayrides, crafts, games, live music, food trucks and more!  Also, join in on the pie-eating contest hosted by Village Inn. Admission is FREE. Tickets are available for purchase for activities, such as hayrides, games, crafts, and pumpkins. Proceeds benefit the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement. 

http://events.stpeteparksrec.org/events/5630

SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival

October 18-24

This October 18-24, SHINE will transform our city streets into a curated, open-air museum showcasing large scale murals painted by world-renowned artists in downtown and surrounding art districts. Additional art exhibits, events, and nightlife throughout St. Petersburg will also be taking place.

https://www.facebook.com/shineonstpete/

Stadium of Screams Haunted House & Fall Festival

October 25th  and 27th

This Halloween, kick fear up a notch and show support for the St. Petersburg Free Clinic and the Tampa Bay Rowdies Foundation at the inaugural Stadium of Screams! Get ready for two terrific days of frightful fun!

Friday, October 25th: experience sheer terror as you explore your biggest fears and step into a dark world ruled by Hollywood’s most horrific creations, all hell-bent on making sure you won’t make it out alive.

Sunday: turn down the screams and bring the family for fun and a little less fear. Enjoy Halloween family-classics on the mainboard, silent auction, food trucks, bounce house, and more family activities!

https://www.evensi.us/stadium-screams-haunted-house-fall-festival-lang/340299218

St. Pete Beach Community Center Trunk or Treat

October 24th -25th

Looking to trick or treat during your stay at the Alden? Experience one of St. Pete Beach’s events of the year! Trick-or-Treat safely from the “Trunks” of local citizens and businesses. Make sure to stay afterward for the Movie in the Park and as always, this event is FREE! Trick or Treating starts at 5:30 pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/393202468299008/

We hope you enjoy the frightful festivities this month at the Alden! If you have any suggestions of more great events leave a comment below!

St. Pete Beach Things to Do in April 2019

With Spring in full swing there’s no better time to hit the beach. And that’s not the only fun thing to do here in April! This month is jam packed with sporting events and festivals galore.  Whether your jam is Orchids, Sugar Sand, or Soccer, there’s no shortage of great times!

Tampa Bay Rays

All Month

Rays UP! Tropicana Field hosts our hometown MLB Baseball team for showdowns against the San Francisco Giants, Chicago White Sox Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, Kansas City Royals and Baltimore Orioles this month. What a fun addition to your spring St. Pete Beach vacation!

https://www.mlb.com/rays/schedule/2019-04

Corey Avenue Sunday Market

Every Sunday

Held every Sunday between October and May from 10am-2pm, the Corey Avenue Sunday Market supports 50 – 80 vendors and caters to the greater St. Petersburg Beach area. The market supports local vendors who sell a variety of locally produced and homemade produce, plants, take-home foods, ready to eat lunch bites, handcrafts, eco-friendly and fair trade products and more. Come and join us for a morning of live music, shopping, and a delicious breakfast, brunch or lunch at one of the many area restaurants – all within walking distance. The Corey Area shops, boutiques, and galleries are open for shopping! Hope to see you on Sundays for a Market-goers day of fun, relaxation in our unique shopping and dining district!

http://tampabaymarkets.com/corey-avenue-sunday-market

Tampa Bay Rowdies

April 6 and April 13

Join in the fun as Tampa Bay’s professional soccer team takes on teams from all over the world. Join Pete the Pelican to cheer on the Rowdies- April’s home matches are at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, and kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.

https://www.rowdiessoccer.com/2019matches

Orchid Festival

April 7th

Bloom into spring at the annual Orchid Festival at Sunken Gardens! Today from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., you’ll learn about orchid care and meet with multiple vendors while being surrounded by more orchids than you can imagine in one place! This event is free with paid gardens admission or membership.

SunLit Festival

April 11th- 28th

The fifth annual SunLit Festival brings together cultural organizations, writers, artists, and businesses for 18 days of “litertainment.” April 11th through 28th. Produced by Keep St. Pete Lit events range from conversations with authors to interactive storytelling to poetry at The Dali and more.

https://keepstpetelit.org/sunlit-festival/

Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival

April 12th-28th

There’s no better way to see Clearwater Beach’s famous white sand in action than the Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival. Kick-off this 17-day festival as artists begin to work their magic on the 1000 tons of sand to go with this year’s theme, “Sea the World, a Journey Around the Globe.” Let the kiddos make their mark in the Giant Sand Box and watch buskers perform tricks, unlike any other April 12th through 28th!

https://sugarsandfestival.com/

St. Pete Earth Day

April 13

On April 13, 2019, St. Petersburg will celebrate Earth Day with a community celebration to be held in Historic Williams Park. Earth Day is celebrated by over a billion people in hundreds of countries around the globe. By celebrating Earth Day we join with others and share our common reverence and respect for this beautiful but fragile planet.
This free event is Hosted by Chart 411 and The City Of St Petersburg along with many other environmental and civic organizations.


https://www.facebook.com/events/600111037077007/?active_tab=about

St. Pete Wing Fest

April 19th

Bring your appetite to Vinoy Park April 19th for this food truck rally featuring chicken wings and craft beer! From 6 – 11 p.m., more than 15 food trucks will be dishing out special chicken wings and chicken inspired dishes as well as their normal cuisine. Live music, beer, and craft vendors. This event is free admission and family and pet friendly.

https://www.facebook.com/events/271734896716146/

The Sunscreen Film Festival

April 25th – 28th

The Sunscreen Film Festival is back for, yet another year of star studded fun! This annual film festival hosted by the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Film Society is an internationally recognized event with an annual attendance of over 10,000 stars and film makers!

http://sunscreenfilmfestival.com/

St. Anthony’s Triathlon

April 27-28
Named as one of “10 Great Destination Triathlons” by Complete Tri, St. Anthony’s Triathlon celebrates its 36th year in 2019 with a beautiful St. Petersburg setting, great fan support, and tremendous competition. Here at the Alden, we have some athletes that have been staying with us for a long time.  This is a premier event that kicks off the season for the whole country.

https://satriathlon.com/

We hope you enjoy the festival fun this month at the Alden! If you have any suggestions of more great events leave a comment below.

Holiday Happenings in St. Pete Beach

There are so many holiday happenings to celebrate in and around St. Pete Beach this year! We’re making our list and checking it twice, making plans for holiday merriment to last all month. If you’re coming to join us here at Alden Suites for the holiday season, here are a few of our favorite festive events for making spirits bright!

Christmas Outdoor Movies

December 7, 14, 21

Bring your blanket or lawn chairs to settle in for a holiday movie in Vinoy Park at 5th Avenue NE in Downtown St. Petersburg. You’ll enjoy Christmas Classics with the entire family. The movie starts at 7 p.m. and admission is free!

Movie lineup:

December 7 – A Christmas Story

December 14 – The Santa Clause

December 21 – Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws

 

Christmas Town at Busch Gardens

Now – Monday, December 31, 2018

Head to Busch Gardens for thrill rides and a stunning holiday transformation into a wonderland of Christmastime entertainment! Indulge in holiday shopping and more than a million twinkling lights! Santa will be available to take photos, and the park will be open until 10 p.m.

https://buschgardens.com/tampa/events/christmas-town/

 

Winter’s Wonderland at CMA

Nov. 2 – Jan. 6.

Join the Clearwater Marine Aquarium for a swimmingly wonderful holiday celebration! Watch as the aquarium transforms into Winter’s Wonderland now through January 6th. Get your family photo taken with Winter Claus, experience Winter Wonderland with lights and décor all around, and watch special Santa dive presentations at Mavis’s Rescue Hideaway.

https://www.seewinter.com/

 

Holiday in the Park

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Come to celebrate the holidays at Pinellas Park’s Holiday in the Park! This community-wide family event will feature children’s games, entertainment, photos with Santa, hayrides, children’s train ride and much more! The free event is going on from 12 – 10 p.m. and takes place at England Brothers Park.

https://www.pinellas-park.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=1911&month=12&year=2018&day=1&calType=0

 

There’s Snow Place Like Tarpon Springs

Friday, December 7, 2018

Venture out to downtown Tarpon Springs for a great free holiday event! The event will have a snow play area, music, children’s activities and a visit with Santa himself. The fun takes place from 5-10 p.m. on Tarpon Avenue and is a great getaway for the whole family!

 

Christmas Market & Parade on St. Pete Beach

Saturday, December 8, 2018

This Saturday join Santa along St. Pete Beach’s parade route! The Christmas Market & Parade on St. Pete Beach starts at St. Pete Beach City Hall and finishes at the St. Pete Beach Library. While at the library, enjoy Grinch themed crafts, a movie, face painting, and light refreshments.

http://www.spbrec.com/special-events/

 

Treasure Island’s Lighted Boat Parade

Friday, December 14, 2018

This year’s dazzling nautical spectacle features boats of all kinds making it the biggest lighted boat parade in Tampa Bay. Enjoy this enthralling light show on the water departing from the Club at Treasure Island at 6:20 p.m. and ending at John’s Pass.

https://www.floridabywater.com/a-boaters-blog/1647-boat-parades-

 

Candy Cane Hunt

Saturday, December 15, 2018

After the Annual Tarpon Springs Christmas Parade in downtown Tarpon head to Craig Park for the annual Candy Cane Hunt. Children up to age 12 can hunt for the lucky candy cane. There will also be crafts, music and a visit from Santa. Free for the whole family and a perfect activity for young kids!

We hope you revel in our recommendations and have a happy holiday season. If you have any more suggestions for holiday happening, please leave us a comment!

 

St. Pete Beach Things to Do in November 2018

We’re so thankful for all the fun events lined up for the Thanksgiving season in St. Pete Beach. We’re hitting that magical time of year when it’s an absolute joy to be outside: bright sunny skies, not too humid, with soft ocean breezes.  Festival season is upon us, plus we have a marathon and lots of holiday shopping opportunities. Start the holiday season right here at the Alden Suites Resort in St. Pete Beach.

 

Clearwater Beach Uncorked

November 3 – 4

 

Every year foodies flock to Clearwater Beach for Uncorked. The food and wine festival hosted right on Clearwater Beach is a truly unique gastronomic experience. All guests will receive a limited-edition wine glass, custom tote bag and enjoy the Grand Tasting Village with unlimited tastings from 1 to 4 p.m.  Join the festivities at Clearwater Beach from 1 – 4 p.m. on November 3rd through 4th!

http://clearwaterbeachuncorked.com/2018/ 

 

The Sponge Docks Seafood Festival

November 9 – 11

Tarpon Springs is famous not only for the world’s finest sponges, but also for some of the best Greek restaurants, markets, and bakeries in the country. This three-day outdoor festival will feature tons of fresh local seafood to tempt your taste buds, an art & craft show with up to 60 local and regional artists selling their work, continuous live music, unique retail shops and complimentary festivities for the whole family.

https://www.facebook.com/SpongeDocksSeafood/

 

Ribfest

November 9-11

Ribfest is a charity fundraiser that helps a variety of youth-oriented causes, and the festival celebrates its 30th year in 2018. They’re offering a special $5 admission deal on Friday, November 9. The 3-day festival at Vinoy Park draws the big names in BBQ and music. It features the best BBQ ribbers in the world and great musical artists such as Fire & Ice, Josh Turner, Los Lonely Boys, and the Barenaked Ladies. Stop by for rockin’ ribs and helpin’ kids!

https://ribfest.org/

 

Turkey Trot

November 22

This Thanksgiving why not make plans to participate in the Turkey Trot? It’s the largest running event in the Tampa Bay area with more than 17,000 runners burning off their Thanksgiving indulgences in advance, early on Thanksgiving morning. There’s a race for every skill level, so you can bring the whole family and enjoy. Just remember to register in advance so your t-shirt will be ready for you. It’s the 40th anniversary of the Turkey Trot this year, so it’s sure to be a fun run!

http://www.tampabay.com/marketing/turkey-trot/

 

Tarpon Springs Art & Craft Festival

Nov 14 & 25

 

On the Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving, celebrate Small Business Saturday by shopping local for your gift-giving needs. Kick off your holiday shopping over Thanksgiving weekend at the Tarpon Springs Art & Craft Festival. You’ll find folk art, pottery, paintings, wearable art, personalized gifts, handmade lotions and scrubs and so much more. It’s a great way to discover unique gifts and treasures from local shops, and stuff your family’s stockings with treasures they’ll truly enjoy.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1007993162711260/

St. Pete Beach is the place to be for cool events and sunny days this November. We hope you’ll make plans to join us here at Alden Suites very soon!

 

St. Pete Beach Things to Do – August 2018 Edition!

Aah, August! Some call it the dog days of summer, but it’s always better at the beach!

Local Floridians will tell you the secret for enjoying this warmest of our months: either be in the water, or in the air conditioning! The Gulf of Mexico water is always refreshing and our two pools at Alden Suites Beachfront Resort are ready to cool you right off!

We’ve collected some fun activities for you and the family to enjoy your stay in St. Pete Beach this month: art museums, baseball, a 5K, and a reggae show are just a few of the great St. Pete Beach things to do in August.

Cult Classics at the Dali

August 2

The Dali’s can’t-miss summer celebration – Cult Classics – is back and better than ever. Grab your lawn chair and enjoy free flicks, local food truck fare, and cold craft brews. Visit the Dali tonight at 7 pm to see Bruce Willis in the iconic film Die Hard!

https://thedali.org/event/cult-classics-2018-die-hard/

Fruitilicious

Saturdays in August

Make sure to check out the brand-new Mize Gallery in St. Pete. It’s owned by Chad Mize, previously the proprietor of Blue Lucy and creator of the “London Paris Tokyo St Pete” T-shirt.   The gallery showcases a variety of local artists, starting this month with a funky, fruity exhibition featuring 30 local and national artists. Each artist showcases their unique take on fruit in this fun show, open every Saturday.

https://www.facebook.com/mizegallery/

Steel Pulse at Jannus Live

August 12

The roots reggae band Steel Pulse is bringing the vibe to St. Pete. Watch them perform today and get into the island spirit! Gates open at 7 p.m! #SundayFunday

http://www.jannuslive.com/event/steel-pulse/

St. Pete Beach 5k Series

August 17

Soak in the last rays of the day during this 5k race on St. Pete Beach. Whether you run or walk it, all levels are welcome to participate in this fun chip-timed 5k run. The after race party for all participants include a free buffet provided by Hurricane Restaurant, a live DJ, adult beverages, soda and water and a spectacular sunset. The run starts at Hurricane Restaurant with the course along the beach. Free kids run is at 6:30 p.m. and the 5k starts at 7 p.m. Registration is $35.

http://www.sprr.org/

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Kansas City Royals

August 23

With a solid mix of newly acquired talent and seasoned players on the roster for 2018, the Tampa Bay Rays are set to be one of the strongest teams in this season’s American League East! Have a great day at the ballpark today when The Rays face the Royals!

https://www.mlb.com/rays/tickets/promotions

Chihuly Storyteller’s Exhibition

August 26

Check out the Chihuly Collection’s narrative-driven glasswork collection “Storyteller’s Exhibition” on display Now through October 31st

https://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com/event/storytellers-exhibition-chihuly-collection/8900

Those are our top picks for St. Pete Beach summer fun this August. Here at Alden Suites Beachfront Resort, we’re excited to help our guests celebrate the end of summer with a month full of family togetherness and cool activities. Let us know if we missed any of your favorites!

 

July 2018 Things to Do in St. Pete Beach

Extreme Mud Wars, a Beer Festival, Grouper Week and Yoga at the Museum! We’ve got something for everyone, and summer is in full swing here in St. Pete Beach. Check out the Alden Suites Beach Resort’s hottest picks for July in Tampa Bay!

July 4

Independence Day

We have SO many wonderful places to celebrate Independence Day here in St. Pete Beach. Our wonderful Convention and Visitor’s Bureau has gathered all of the best ways to enjoy fireworks, picnics and summer fun with the family on the 4th of July.

https://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com/event-guide/fourth-of-july-festivities?&gclid=EAIaIQobChMImp3oqNT22wIVVflRCh07fgRkEAAYASAAEgKr8PD_BwE

July 6

Free “Pig Floyd” Concert

Tomorrow night at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, you can jam out as “Pig Floyd” covers Pink Floyd’s greatest hits in a FREE tribute concert at 8pm!

http://www.jannuslive.com/event/a-tribute-to-pink-floyd-performed-by-pig-floyd/

July 14

Extreme Mud Wars

Come get dirty with Tampa Bay Club Sport at the America II Extreme Mud Wars 2018! Teams of 6-10 will compete in 8 events filled with MUD & WATER, for the highest overall score. Bring the family for this awesome one-day event on Sat, July 14. Located at the beautiful Lake Vista Park. The competition is in downtown St. Pete from 9a-4p with an after party following to keep the muddy fun going.

https://www.extrememudwars.com/

July 19-20

Beer Project

Learn about the enduring influence of beer through the ages at this annual 2-day beer tasting at the Museum of Fine Arts! This year, students in the USF Brewing Arts program and area homebrewers are creating beers inspired by the MFA’s mosaics and the ancient city of Antioch, where no villa party was complete without a little fermentation. Participating brewers include Rapp Brewing, Flying Boat Brewing Co., Green Bench Brewery, 3 Daughters Brewing, and Mastry’s Brewing Co. Tickets are $45 for adults and $25 for designated drivers. Must be 21 or older to participate. Prices include beer tastings, glassware, food, and the galleries.

http://mfastpete.org/event/beer-project-gourds-to-growlers-how-beer-helped-shape-ethiopia-and-the-mediterranean/

July 21

Yoga at the Dali

You love art. You dig yoga. How about some yoga in an amazing museum? Join Lucky Cat Yoga every Sunday at The Dali – a remarkable environment where Dali’s energy infuses the physical, mental and spiritual inspiration of yoga. Practice yoga at the Avant-Garden with incredible views of the waterfront.

https://thedali.org/event/yoga-at-the-dali-3/2018-07-15/

July 21-29

Grouper Week

It’s our favorite time of year! St. Pete/Clearwater is the grouper capital of the world and we’re all about celebrating the tasty, flaky white fish. Catch the grouper wave and savor fresh gulf grouper during Grouper Week events every July and discover more about where to find this kingly fish in local restaurants and out in the Gulf.

https://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com/grouper

July 27

St. Pete Indie Market

Shop this monthly night market featuring 50+ vendors by artists, indie designers, vintage collectors, jewelers and more local makers. Plus enjoy good music and craft cocktails by Ichicoro Ane. This monthly makers faire showcases the best of all things indie on the multiple levels of trendy event space that Station House St. Pete has to offer. Come out from 6 – 10 p.m. for an evening supporting St. Pete’s local arts & culture.

http://www.stpeteindiemarket.com/

St. Pete Beach Things to do… June 2018 Edition!

Summer is here! We love this time of year, when families gather for reunions, getaways, and vacations here at the Alden. We totally can’t blame you if you just want to hang out at the Cabana Bar with Chris and Dave, but if just in case you’d like to go exploring, we’ve got a month full of festivals, boat races, art and music on deck for our Alden Suites visitors. Here are some of our top picks for June 2018 in St. Pete Beach!

 

June 1-5

St. Petersburg Opera: Verdi’s La Traviata

Verdi pulled out all the dramatic stops for this romantic tale of Violetta and Alfredo. It’s one of the ten most popular operas of all time for very good reasons. Performed at St. Pete’s Hough Hall, the Palladium’s 850-seat mainstage performance space, which blends nearly-perfect acoustics with history-rich ambiance.

https://www.mypalladium.org/st-petersburg-opera-verdis-la-traviata/

June 2

Tampa Bay Rowdies v. Atlanta United

Come on out and watch Tampa Bay’s own pro soccer team, the Tampa Bay Rowdies, taking on Atlanta United at Al Lang Stadium in Downtown St. Pete. Mascot Pete the Pelican will be waiting for you to cheer the team together!

https://www.rowdiessoccer.com/

June 8-10

Opa! Palooza

Celebrate Greek heritage and culture at the Opa! Palooza Greek Festival, being held at the Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks. Enjoy food, pastries, music including a ‘Battle of the Bands,’ artists and craftsmen vendors, and more (all Greek-style, of course!).

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/opa-palooza-greek-festival-tickets-45772765574

June 16-17

2018 SuperStock USA Championship

Feeling the need for speed? Today in St. Pete Beach we’re hosting the penultimate round of the 2018 SuperStock USA Championship. Join in for the sights, sounds, and sandy beaches of the second annual Grand Prix of the Gulf, as the P1 Powerboats display their horsepower.

https://p1superstock.com/race-info/St.%20Pete%20Beach/2018/86212

June 22-24

St. Pete Pride Festival

This weekend’s St. Pete Pride Festival will again be the largest community event of the season as festival goers come together to make history while enjoying a day of live performances and entertainment, community booths, art and fantastic food in paradise. Check out the fun from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. in the Grand Central District.

https://www.stpetepride.com/en

June 27

Summer and Sift: Callaloo

Tampa native Chef Gary Moran has trained and worked in some of the best restaurants in the Northeast after training in Europe. Former Chef d’ Cuisine at the famed Tavern on the Green in New York City, he moved back to Tampa, commanding his own kitchen as the executive chef for Datz and The Mermaid Tavern.  Moving to his own restaurant, the award-winning chef opened South Tampa’s highly popular Wimauma restaurant where he fused his international culinary skill with traditional Southern fare, a tradition he has embraced with Callaloo. He’s bringing his celebrated cuisine for a magical evening of dining and art at the Museum of Fine Arts.

http://mfastpete.org/event/simmer-and-sift-callaloo/

We hope you’ll take some time to explore the amazing cultural offerings here in the Tampa Bay area- here at the Alden, we never run out of fun things to do!

 

 

 

Tampa Bay Things to Do in May

May is a delightful time to visit us here at Alden Suites! We’ve gathered some of our best ideas family fun in the St. Pete Beach area this month.

May 3rd

Movies in the Park

Preserve the ‘Burg presents Movies in the Park: “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?”, Thursday, May 3rd. This is a free, outdoor, family friendly event anyone can attend that starts at 7pm. There will be a variety of food and beverage vendors, but you’re welcome to bring a picnic with a chair or blanket.

May 4th

Clearwater Beach Taste Fest 

The 9th Annual Clearwater Beach Taste Fest will be held on Friday, May 4, 2018 (6:00 PM – 9:00 PM). The festival will be held at Pier 60 Park and features over 30 participating restaurants, wine & craft beer, and live entertainment. In true Taste Fest tradition, they’ll boast exquisite raffle items, a live auction, vendors and more!

May 9th

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Braves

 

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Braves 7:10pm at the Tropicana Stadium. An exciting and family-friendly sporting event with two of the strongest teams of the season facing off right here in Tampa Bay!

May 11th

Friday Night Clay at Morean Center for Clay

Friday Night Clay at Morean Center for Clay, May. 11, 2018. Bring a towel, a favorite beverage, your date, and some friends and prepare to get dirty during 2 hours of wheel throwing and hand sculpting clay. Bisque and glaze your favorite piece to take home at the end of the evening! Located at 420 22nd St S, St. Pete, FL 33701

May 12th

St. Pete Beach Beer Festival

 

St. Pete Beach Beer Festival has over 50 beers to sample, from National and Local craft breweries, with live music and food vendors all set alongside the water. Admission ranges from $30 – $55 and includes a commemorative Craft Beer Festival tasting cup, complimentary valet parking, water, and music.

May 13th

Mother’s Day Yacht StarShip Cruise in Clearwater

Celebrate Mother’s Day with a leisurely 2.5 hr daytime yacht cruise along Florida’s beautiful inland waters. The cruise includes entertainment and a 3-course sit-down luncheon. Boarding at 12:00 pm; Departing at 12:30 pm from 25 Causeway Blvd. Slip #152, Clearwater Beach.

May 19th

Night in the Islands – Tarpon Springs

Night in the Islands – Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks presents music, dancing and some of the finest Greek food outside of Athens 6-11pm. Reserve a table and don’t miss the free dancing lessons 6-7pm.

May 22nd

AAC Baseball Championship

The 2018 American Athletic Conference Baseball Championship presented by Visit St. Pete/Clearwater will take place May 22 – 27th The winner receives the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division Baseball Championship each season. Be sure to catch family friendly sports tournament at the Spectrum field.

May 28th

The 97X BBQ Music & Arts Festival

 

The 97X BBQ Music & Arts Festival is biggest show of the summer featuring Dirty Heads, Awolnation, Judah & The Lion, AJR and more!  Saturday, May 26th in beautiful Vinoy Park in downtown St. Petersburg there will be live music acts, contests and food and beverage vendors.

As you can see, there’s no shortage of fun to be had here in St. Pete Beach this month. We hope you’ll come and join us soon!