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We have all been waiting for the day concerts made their return to the Tampa Bay Area and soon we will be able to have a night out with some live music.

Ruth Eckerd Hall has already been welcoming back live music fans and they have a new set up where the shows are sold by tables of four, with at least six feet between them. There are also temperature checks and servers with masks who will bring food and drinks to you. Ken Block and Drew Copeland from the band “Sister Hazel” are set to play tonight for four nights in Clearwater. It’s their first performance in many, many months. It doesn’t stop there, more shows have dates for the remainder of the year. Check them out HERE!

We have some great news from the Dallas Bull in Tampa, they are back open! They don’t have any concerts on the schedule but we can only hope we will see some of our favorites on their stage soon. According to the Dallas Bull they will be taking these precautions for everyone’s safety: “Temperatures of all persons entering the premises will be taken. Hand sanitizer has been provided for your convenience. Social distancing is encouraged and expected. Please follow all CDC guidelines:

Here are the Dallas Bull’s NEW hours:

  • Wednesdays  7 pm – 12 am

  • Thursdays  7 pm – 3 am

  • Fridays  7 pm – 3 am

  • Saturdays 7 pm – 3 am

Learn more HERE!

The Straz Center will reopen in October with outdoor shows. 

It’s so great to see live shows making a comeback, we will get through this.


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