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Play Tampa Bay: Mother's Day and lots of live music

Michelle and Katie class it up this week with a visit to the Vinoy resort on the downtown St. Petersburg waterfront. The weekend's big events revolve around Mother's Day on Sunday — you didn't forget, did you? Plus, you have lots of opportunities to hear live music. Here are the quick details on those events, and for even more things to do and more Mother's Day ideas, head to tampabay.com/things-to-do.

 

Mother's Day

Events

American Stage in the Park: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee: Runs through the end of May at Demens Landing in St. Petersburg. Tickets range from $13-$20 for blanket seating on the grass. Never been to an American Stage in the Park show? Here are some of our tips.

Florida Orchestra: Pops in the Park: The free concert is Sunday at River Tower Park in Tampa.

Deals

Moms get in free to the Florida Aquarium and Lowry Park Zoo.

Live music

Tropical Heatwave: Runs Friday-Saturday all over Ybor City. Tickets range from $20-$50.

Tim McGraw: He's here Saturday at the Live Nation Amphitheatre. Tickets start at $48.

Gary Sinise: He performs Friday at Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa. $35.

 

Going to any of these events? Don't forget to use the hashtag #PlayTampaBay on your Tweets and Instagrams to let us know what you're up to in Tampa Bay this weekend.

 

Play Tampa Bay: Mother's Day and lots of live music 05/08/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 13, 2013 3:48pm]
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