|FREE Wristband is the Ticket to Special Programs and Exclusive Offers at Dozens of Downtown Museums, Galleries, Theaters and Restaurants on January 25|
TAMPA – On the Fourth Friday of each month, Tampa’s arts and culture scene
This month’s Featured Offers are:
AIA Tampa Bay: Located at 1315 East 7th Avenue in the heart of Ybor City, AIA Tampa Bay celebrates Fourth Friday from 5:30-7:
Florida Museum of Photographic Arts: Located at 400 N. Ashley Dr. in Downtown Tampa, Florida Museum of Photographic Arts celebrates Fourth Friday from 5-7pm with the opening of two new exhibits; Modus Operandi: Contemporary Photography from the Collection of BNY Mellon, and Lost and Found in America. A lecture by Liz Dimmit on Lost and Found in America begins at
Glazer Children’s Museum: Located at 110 W Gasparilla Plaza on the edge of Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, GCM celebrates Fourth Friday from 5:30 to
Le Méridien Tampa Hotel: Located at 601 N. Florida Ave. in Downtown Tampa, Le Méridien celebrates Fourth Friday with a Tour of the Century starting at
Rialto Theatre: Located at 1617 N Franklin Street in Tampa Heights, the Rialto celebrates Fourth Friday from 6-9pm with an opening reception for LINE | FOCUS | BALANCE, a solo show by Jessica McCormick.
Scarfone/Hartley Gallery: Located on the University of Tampa’s campus, Scarfone/Hartley Gallery celebrates Fourth Friday from 7-9pm with an opening reception of exhibit Modernism Reimagined: Joe Testa-Secca in Full Color, highlighting the art of renowned local artist Joe Testa-Secca.
Stageworks Theatre: Located at 1120 E Kennedy Blvd. in the heart of the Channel District, Stageworks Theatre celebrates Fourth Friday by offering $5 off tickets for opening night of ThinkTank Theatre’s Production of The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.
TECO Public Art Gallery: Located at 702 North Franklin St in the heart of Tampa’s Downtown, the TECO Public Art Gallery celebrates Fourth Friday from
Other Participating Venues for January 25 are:
Henry B. Plant Museum: Located at 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. on the University of Tampa campus, the Museum celebrates Fourth Friday from 4:00-5:00 p.m. with free admission and audio tours. Italian Club: Located at 1731 E. 7th Avenue in Ybor’s Historic District, as the oldest historical leader and the voice of the Italian community in Tampa. The Italian Club celebrates Fourth Friday from 5:00 –
The Portico: Located at 1001 N. Florida Avenue, The Portico celebrates Fourth Friday with Open Mic Night from 6-9pm. This month a trio of hosts, Endre Blaq, Jasey Soulz and K Delore, welcome local artists to share their talents with Downtown Tampa.
Tampa Theatre: Located at 711 N. Franklin St. in Downtown Tampa, the Theatre’s lobby will be open for guests from 4:30pm-6:
Tampa Museum of Art: Located at 120 W Gasparilla Plaza in Downtown Tampa, the Tampa Museum of Art celebrates Fourth Friday from 4 –
Unlock Tampa Bay Visitors Center: Located at 201 N Franklin St., Suite 102 in Tampa City Center, the visitors center celebrates Fourth Friday from 4-5:
Ybor City Visitor Center: Located at 1600 E. 8th Ave. in Ybor City, Ybor City Visitor Center celebrates Fourth Friday from 4 –
Participating transportation partners include:
Coast Bike Share: Located throughout Tampa, Coast Bike Share is offering a free hour to all new users. Claim your hour of Coast using code FOURTHFRIDAY12019.
TECO Line Streetcar System: Enjoy extended hours of service, 15-minute frequencies and free fares!
Fourth Friday participants can pick up a wristband at any of the participating cultural venues during event hours. Then, just park once and let Downtown’s many alternative transportation options do the rest. Take a complimentary ride on the TECO Line Streetcar, stroll along The Tampa Riverwalk, cruise the Hillsborough on the Pirate Water Taxi, hail the FREE Downtowner ride service with an app on your smartphone, or saunter along 7th Avenue in Ybor, Tampa’s only Historic District. Participants also get a FREE hour of Coast Bike rental with promo code FOURTHFRIDAY12019 (visit the Facebook page or FourthFridayTPA.com for details).
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