Weekly-Weekend-What-to-Do (07.05-07.13)

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Friday, July 5

First Friday
Get downtown and get down with the fun. Join us for great music, a lively crowd and all the fun you can handle, right in the heart of downtown. 5:30pm. Central Ave, between 2nd and 3rd St.

Indie First Friday
KSPL wants everyone to "Get Downtown" for *Indie* First Friday to celebrate locally-owned, independent businesses during Independents Week!  Everyone is encouraged to wear their KSPL T-shirts that evening. Raise a toast (or several) to all the independent businesses that make St. Pete so amazing! 5:30pm. Central Ave. bet 2nd and 3rd Sts.

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Chicago White Sox (Through the Weekend)
Get out to the Trop and cheer on your TB Rays as they take on the White Sox. 7:10pm. Tropicana Field, 1 Tropicana Dr.

Mac Miller
with Chance the Rapper, The Internet and Vince Staples. $30 day of show. Doors 8pm, show 9pm. Jannus Live, 1st Ave. N. and 2nd St.





Saturday, July 6


Azalea Fresh Market
The market is an indoor/ outdoor market featuring fresh produce, arts n’ crafts, foods of all sorts, activities for the kids, variety of live music and much more. 9am-3pm. Science Center, 7701 22nd Ave. N.

Williams Park Summer Market

The Market will feature more than 40 vendors providing a wide variety of
produce, food and crafts. You'll love shopping in the tree-shaded comfort of Williams Park. In addition to food, visitors can select from a variety of plants, clothing, decorative products, jewelry, personal care products, and Adirondacks furniture. 9am-1pm. Williams Park, 1st Ave N. between 3rd and 4th St.

MFA: Color Acting Exhibition Opening
How do we see color? How do we experience it? Technically, we see color by way of photoreceptors, cells in our retinas detecting wavelengths of light bouncing off the things around us. But that explanation does not take into account the psychological effects of color, or its inherent optical illusions. Painter, teacher, and theorist Josef Albers wrote that “color [is] the most relative medium in art,” as there are endless factors that change the way we experience it–color is never seen as it “really is.” Exhibition runs until September 22. 10am-5pm. Museum of Fine Arts, 255 Beach Dr. NE.

Canopy Tree Climb

Canopy Tree Climbing can be enjoyed by everyone, ages 6 and up. Using harnesses and a rope pulley system similar to those used by explorers in the Amazon rain forests, you’re able to ascend into the heights of a gorgeous live oak. Whether for sport and adventure or for some quiet time in nature, climbing trees with Pathfinder Outdoor Education is a fun way to spend some time outdoors. $10 per climber. 10am-1pm. Lakeview Presbyterian Church, 1310 22nd Ave. S.

St. Pete Indie Market
St. Pete Indie Market is a monthly seasonal showcase of local artists, indie designers, horticulturists, eclectic crafters and non profit groups who take over the sidewalks of the 600 block artist community the first Saturday of every month. 12-6pm. Central Ave, 600 block.

We the Kings with Breathe Carolina and T.Mills
Summer Fest 2013 also featuring The Ready Set. Tickets $28. 6pm. Jannus Live, 1st Ave. N. and 2nd St.

Pride Night at The Trop
Sponsored by GayStPete House and Your Neighborhood Reality, St Pete Pride brings Pride Night @The Trop. Join a group of LGBT folks for a night at the ballpark as the Tampa Bay Rays take on the Chicago White Sox. A group of friends will gather in the Bullpen Zone. Tickets are $50 for this area, or $99 to include full buffet and beverages. Tickets are limited and available in advance only. No tickets will be available at the gate. Visit stpetepride.com for more information. 7:15pm. Tropicana Field, 1 Tropicana Dr.

Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie
Jay and Silent Bob are coming to the Palladium! As part of a national tour, Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes are bringing their new animated film, JAY & SILENT BOB’S SUPER GROOVY CARTOON MOVIE. Their tour, which blazes across America in a series of one-night-only shows, started in April of this year. The legendary best buds from Jersey will be here, their only Tampa Bay appearance, to dispense wisdom in cartoon form. After the movie, the audience will no doubt enjoy a rip-roaring Q&A with Smith and Mewes. Tickets start at $25. 7:30pm. The Palladium, 253 Fifth Ave. N.




Sunday, July 7

Women’s Premier Soccer League vs. Florida Sol FC
The 2013 WPSL season features a 6 game regular season schedule with 3 home and 3 away games. 1pm. Walter Fuller Soccer Complex, 2800 75th St. N.

American Stage: Sunday Comedy Series, “News of the Weird”

Final performance! But don't worry, Hawk and Wayne will be back with a whole new improv show for you to enjoy! Drinks at the bar and non-stop laughter! Ever wonder what happened to that guy who ate the other guy's face in Miami? What about the lady that drove all night in a diaper? Or even the crocodile that was found attacking a pair of crocs...shoes? Using some of the stories from Chuck Shepherd’s nationally syndicated News of the Weird column, critically acclaimed comedy duo Hawk & Wayne bring you their most original, hilarious and truly weirdest improv comedy show ever. Come by and prepare to laugh at stuff that writes itself and is destined for a good comedy scene. Tickets: “Pay-What-You-Can” $15 advance ticket purchase (Suggested donation $10-$20 at the door.) Performed in our lobby cabaret, where of course, there will be full cash bar service for all our patrons. 8pm. American Stage, 163 3rd St. N. 

Have Gun Will Travel @ MacDinton's
Rock Brothers drafts (Have Gun, Will Travel's "High Road Ale") are $4 all day long during this concert series. Have Gun, Will Travel, Tomas Wynn and the Believers, and Lauris Vidal share the stage at MacDinton's as part of the concert series "LIVE at MacDinton's. This series will feature local, regional and national talent over the coming months. 6pm. MacDinton's at Jannus Live 242 1st Ave N

*You have to be 21 or over to drink alcohol. Don't drink and drive.

This Weekend at Muvico 20 at The Shops at St. Pete
The Lone Ranger

Native American spirit warrior Tonto (Johnny Depp) and man of the law John Reid (Armie Hammer) are opposites brought together by fate and must join forces to battle greed and corruption.






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