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Tampa Top 10 - June 2024



FRINGE FESTIVAL

June 5 – 16 at The Kress Contemporary in Ybor City. Fringe is comedy, theatre, music, storytelling, and improv, with indie performers from around the bay, and around the world. All of the 30-60 minute shows are in one building. festival.tampafringe.org


JUNETEENTH CONCERT

June 15, 4 – 9 pm at Albert Whitted Park in St. Pete. The Phyllis Wheatley Rise to Read Campaign will be hosting a live outdoor concert featuring headliner Shawn Brown, The Beat Down Band, Siobhan Monique, and Nathan Mitchell. Purchase tickets at pwrtrc.org/juneteenth2024.


THE BIG RUN 5K

June 1, 7:30 am at Al Lopez Park. In celebration of Global Running Day. This event is a timed 5k for all skill levels, whether you’re a seasoned runner or just starting your fitness journey. A portion of the profits will be donated to their charitable partner, Girls on the Run of Tampa Bay. runtampa.com


URINETOWN

June 14 – 29 at the Straz Center. A musical set in a Gotham-like city. A terrible water shortage has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets. The citizens must use public amenities, regulated by a single company that charges admission. Winner of three Tony Awards. strazcenter.org


ZIPLINE

Take a two-hour guided zipline experience. You’ll encounter over 3,000’ of zip lines and exhilarating aerial challenges while overlooking the wildlife and waters of Bayou Wilderness and Tampa Bay. Cross the 200’ suspension bridge over water and get the best views of the Bay! zipontampabay.com


UNCORKED CREATIVITY

June 14, 6 pm at MOSI. Enjoy a casual paint night with MOSI’s award-winning artist to guide you step by step through a themed painting. Sip on some complimentary wine, release your creativity, and leave with a “wall worthy” painting. Register in advance. mosi.org


BAMBOO BASKET MAKING

June 9, 10 am – 12 pm at the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens. Learn the art of bamboo basket making from a master craftsman, Akihiro Mashimo, from Kyoto, Japan in this hands-on workshop. Create your own basket form to take home. Purchase tickets at morikami.org.


ABDUCTED BY THE 80S

June 22, 8 pm at Ruth Eckerd Hall. Wang Chung, Men Without Hats, The Motels, and Naked Eyes have joined forces to create a musical extravaganza that transports audiences to the heart of the neon-soaked, synth-driven decade. rutheckerdhall.com


LES MISERABLES

June 11 – 16 at the Straz Center. Set against the backdrop of 19th century France, Les Miserables is a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit. One of the most popular musicals of all time. strazcenter.org


SUNSHINE SUNDAY

June 30, 8 – 10 am at the Glazer Children’s Museum. Sunshine Sunday is a special monthly event for children with special needs and their caregivers. Come explore the Museum with lights and sounds turned down and sensoryadapted tools, special programs, and community resources at your fingertips. glazermuseum.org

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