Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (03.16-18.11)

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Tampa Beer and Brunch Festival

Fans of beer and brunch rejoice, a Tampa Beer and Brunch Festival is coming to town Saturday, March 24th from 11am-4pm. Taking place at Cotanchobee Park, a beautiful waterfront park located along Garrison Channel in downtown Tampa, the festival will feature a bounty of brunch dishes, over 60 craft beers and cocktails to sample, live music, games, and tons of fun.The Beer and Brunch Festival brings an exclusive offer to readers of I Love the Burg a with a very limited selection of tickets discounted at $28 (normally $40 at the door). The Tampa Beer and Brunch Festival’s Drink Sampling Admission tickets include all of the excitement mentioned above, plus access to unlimited cocktail and beer samplings starting at noon. You’ll also receive a commemorative sampling cup. Can’t leave the little ones at home? Children 10 and under are free. Buy your tickets now.

Dream Bridal Season at Sundial in Downtown St. Pete

It’s Dream Bridal Season NOW through April 5th. The shops and restaurants at Sundial can help you create a truly memorable wedding day experience. ? Sundial is also giving away one grand prize in an epic happy hour finale from 5:30 to 8:30pm on April 5th, complete with a DJ, drinks, & wedding vendors on their sparkling courtyard. Click the image above for much more information, or visit bit.ly/sundialbride to enter the Dream Bridal Giveaway. Sundial St. Pete – 153 2nd Ave N

Friday, March 16 

“How to Build the Perfect Bouquet” Workshop with Posies Flower Truck
The women of Posies Flower Truck will be hosting a pop-up at Intermezzo Coffee and Cocktails from 11am – 2pm. At noon they will be leading a free workshop inside the coffee shop showing you how to build the perfect bouquet! Intermezzzo will pair spring-inspired coffee and cocktail drinks to go along. This event is free to attend. 1111 Central Ave.

Reggae Rise Up Music Festival (all weekend)
Tie-dye lovers rejoice! The Reggae Rise Up Music Festival has rolled around once again. Gates open at 1pm on Friday and Sunday and at 12pm on Saturday. Headliners include Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Rebelution and Soja. Visit to purchase tickets and view the weekend schedule and full artist lineup. Vinoy Park – 701 Bayshore Dr. NE

2nd Annual St. Pete Seafood and Sweets Festival
If you love food trucks, you won’t want to miss the 2nd annual St. Pete Seafood and Sweets Festival. Each truck will serve seafood-inspired dishes as well as their normal cuisine. The free event will be held from 6-11pm at Mirror Lake. Visit for more information about the food truck vendors. Mirror Lake Dr. N & 3rd Ave.

Saturday, March 17

St. Patrick’s Day Yoga at Sundial
Head out to the Sundial courtyard for an early-morning free yoga session led by Rachel Miller of Body Electric Yoga. Registration opens at 8:30am and the class begins at 9am. Click to pre-register. If you have registered previously online for one of our past yoga sessions, you DO NOT have to pre-register online, but, please make sure to check-in at our registration desk to be accounted for when you arrive. Sundial – 153 2nd Ave. N

St. Patrick’s Day Special at Locale Market
Locale Market will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by serving a special dish filled with corned beef, cabbage and boiled red potatoes. The dish costs $14.99 and is available from 11am-10pm. Locale Market – 183 Second Ave. N

Fit City 5K Family Training Day
Check out the Fit City 5K Family Training event if you’re preparing for the April 7 Fit City 5K or just looking for an early-morning opportunity to exercise with the whole family. From 9-11am, you’ll run from St. Pete Running Company to Azalea Park to complete a fun series of fitness stations before heading back to the running company. This event is free and open to all ages and fitness levels. St. Pete Running Company – 6986 22nd Ave. N

Chase the Leprechaun 5K
Dress up in your best St. Patrick’s gear and try to catch up to the leprechaun before he captures the gold. If you catch the leprechaun, you have a chance to win some prizes like new running shoes. This 5K is free and starts at 10am at 3 Daughters Brewing Company – 222 22nd St. S

St. Paddy’s Day Booze Cruise
Party on the bay for a sunset “lucky leprechaun” booze cruise with all-you-can-drink rum punch, beer, wine, margaritas and water. Free food and live music will be at the dock. Tickets cost $35 and the party begins at 5pm at Nikko Mussolini Dog Boutique and Spirits – 9524 Blind Pass Rd

St. Patrick’s Day Block Party
At 3pm, Thirsty First Lounge will close down First Ave. N for a St. Patrick’s Day block party with live music by the Soul Circus Cowboys, DJ dancing, a kids zone, drink specials and costumed leprechaun wrestling featuring stars of Micro Championship Wrestling. The party is free. VIP tickets range from $50-$75 and includes all you can drink premium liquors and beer and a ringside seat for the wrestling match. Thirsty First Lounge – 119 First Ave. N

St. Patrick’s Day at MacDinton’s St. Pete
Downtown St. Pete’s Irish pub will host its epic St. Patrick’s Day party from 10am-3am Saturday. With no cover, you’ll have the chance to party with Irish dancers, listen to bagpipes, and of course, eat traditional Irish food and drink green beer. MacDinton’s Irish Pub – 242 First Ave. N 

St. Patrick’s Day Party at Caddy’s On Central
Caddy’s On Central will start celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at 11:30am. The entertainment includes live bagpipes, Irish dancers and a featured dish with smoked corned beef and cabbage. Finish the night on the dance floor from 10pm-3am as a DJ spins some beats. Caddy’s On Central – 217 Central Ave.

Sunday, March 18

Cirque Eloize Saloon
Watch the Wild West come alive as aerialists, dancers, singers and acrobats take to the sky during the Cirque Eloize Saloon performance at the Mahaffey Theatre. Tickets start at $29 with the show beginning at 7pm. Mahaffey Theatre – 400 1st St. S

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