Best Of The Weekend: Seafood, Blues, State Fair

February 5, 2014 8:30 AM

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We’ve got the scoop on the events that are guaranteed to help you blow off your work week stress. There’s something for everyone this weekend!

Here’s the complete lowdown on the best of what’s shaking in Tampa Bay this weekend Feb. 14 – 16.By Barbara Ann


Clearwater Seafood & Blues Festival

Friday – Sunday
Coachman Park
301 Drew St, Clearwater, FL 33755
727-562-4600 |

Dates: Friday – Sunday Feb 14-16 Admission: Free – $112.15

The 8th Annual Seafood & Blues Festival will feature some of the finest blues Musicians live in a FREE concert and some of Tampa Bay’s Finest Seafood. On Friday night (6:30-10pm) bring your Valentine to Coachman Park for a night filled with live music and tons of food and drink specials. Saturday starting around 1:00 PM blues musicians Robert Cray Band, Vintage Trouble and other great acts will hit the stage. On Sunday after 1:00 PM hear the sounds of Savoy Brown featuring Kim Simmonds, Ana Popovic and more. General admission is FREE, food, drinks and reserved seating extra.

Dave Matthews Band In Concert

Sat, Jul 16 @ 7:00 PM
Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
4802 US Highway 301 N.
Tampa, FL 33610
Tickets: $52.85 – $89.70

Related: Best Events And Concerts Around Tampa Bay

Florida State Fair

4800 U.S. 301
Tampa, FL 33610
800-345-3247 |

Dates: Friday – Sunday

It’s the last weekend of the State Fair. Save $5 ($30) on all you can ride armbands on Friday and Sunday. Admission is $10-$12 for adults, child 6-11 $5-$6 and 5 and under are FREE.

Related: Best Things To Know About The State Fair

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