Cuban Pathways at the Tampa Bay History Center
All Month Long
Taíno Indians, enslaved Africans, Chinese laborers and pastel-wearing U.S. tourists all traveled to and from Cuba over the last 500 years. Their experiences and labors made the largest island in the Caribbean a hub of the modern Atlantic World. Cuban Pathways tells the stories of these individuals and more, whose toil, vacations and political crusades shaped the island’s modern history.
July 4th Boat Parade and Fireworks on the Tampa Riverwalk
Monday, July 4th, 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Celebrate July 4th with Friends of the Riverwalk as they host the 2nd Annual July 4th Boat Parade and Blessing of the Fleet. Boats will be decked out in red, white, and blue and compete for the most patriotic boat trophy. Registered boaters will partake in a Poker Run for a chance to win a grand prize and several other great prizes. The boat parade will be followed by fireworks displays at Sparkman Wharf.
Tampa Bay Rodeo and Family Festival
Friday and Saturday, July 15th - 16th, 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.
The Tampa Bay Rodeo and Family Festival gallops back into the Hillsborough County Fairgrounds for 2 fun-filled nights of bull riding, barrel racing, delicious food, and exciting games. Arrive early for a rip-roarin’ good time at the Family Festival where you can try your hand at a host of pre-rodeo challenges including riding the mechanical bull. Enjoy live Country Music each night in the Bud Light Beer Barn from 5:15 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
Kendrick Lamar at Amalie Arena
Wednesday, July 27th, 7:30 p.m.
One of the world’s most popular and influential rap artists is coming to Tampa as part of his 2022 tour, The Big Steppers Tour. Tickets for the sure-to-be-sold-out show at Amalie Arena are available now, starting at $60. He will be joined by Baby Keem and Tanna Leone.
Tampa International Fringe Festival
July 27th - August 7th
The 6th annual festival is a chance to binge on the performing arts. All shows are an hour or less, with theatre, burlesque, comedy, storytelling, opera, improv, kids shows, and more. Over 20 companies will put on 86 separate performances over the length of the festival, dedicated to making the performing arts accessible for everyone, and acting as an incubator for new genres, disciplines, and energy for the Tampa Arts scene.
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