This historic 1926 theater in downtown is a gorgeous venue in which to see an independent film. The mighty Wurlitzer organ plays before most movies. Too bad showtimes are so limited: only one evening screening midwe…
Like it blew in from the Keys, Skipper's is a beloved, unpretentious open-air venue for blues, folk, reggae and gator-swamp rockabilly. It's 9 miles directly north of downtown on N Nebraska Ave.
The NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers play at Raymond James Stadium from August (pre-season) to December, but single-game tickets are hard to come by; most games sell out.
The NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning play hockey at the newly renovated Tampa Bay Times Forum from October to March. The forum also hosts basketball games, wrestling, football, concerts and ice shows.
The New York Yankees play spring-training baseball games in March at Steinbrenner Field, the 10,000-seat stadium modeled after the 'House that Ruth Built' (ie Yankee Stadium in New York).
This 21-plus comedy club in Ybor City brings the funny five nights a week with local and national acts.
On the USF campus, the Sun Dome hosts rock, jazz, pop and other concerts – from Jimmy Buffet to Ludacris, from Luciano Pavarotti to the World Wrestling Federation (now there’s some ‘performing arts’ for you!).
This enormous, multivenue complex draws the gamut of fine-arts performances: touring Broadway shows, pop concerts, opera, ballet, drama and more.
Cross a trendy South Beach nightclub with a plush art-house cinema, and you get this: a snazzy lobby cocktail bar and upscale munchies (mains from $10 to $20) so you can nosh at your seat while you watch. It's movie…