Feb 15, 2020, St Petersburg, FL –They’re as little as 100 square feet, but the local Tiny Home movement is huge. After selling out for its first two years, the St Pete Tiny Home Festival is back for its third year, rebranded to the Florida Suncoast Tiny Home Festival, and now in a larger venue.
The festival takes place 10am – 6pm March 28 & 29, 2020, at England Brothers Park, 5010 81st Ave N, on the border of St Petersburg and Pinellas Park. Event information is at www.tinyhomestpete.com.
The Florida Suncoast St. Pete Tiny Home Festival, organized by LocalShops1, will showcase model homes by professional builders and custom-made homes on wheels, “skoolies” and van conversions built by talented enthusiasts who travel the country showing off their creations. Altogether, more than 30 Tiny Structures and 50 local food trucks, mobile boutiques, artists, home-related businesses and restaurants are expected at the festival.
This is the largest tiny house festival anywhere on the U.S. Gulf Coast and second largest in the entire state of Florida.
The event also features two dozen leading experts in the Tiny House movement giving practical advice on living green, decluttering your current residence and building your very own Tiny Home. Additional features include a wine and beer garden by the First Party Coalition, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to causes that unite. FPC will donate all beer/wine garden profits to local nonprofits CASA and the Florida Dream Center.
Another beneficiary of the festival is St. Petersburg High School’s Center for Construction Technologies Magnet Program. Students in the program are building a tiny house on wheels, and it will be on display for the first time at the Florida Suncoast Tiny Home Festival.
The festival is a production of LocalShops1, and sponsored by Historic Shed and Tiny House Advisor. Event tickets and marketing/sponsor opportunities are available. Visit www.tinyhomestpete.com or email email@example.com for information.
About LocalShops1: LocalShops1, launched in 2008, is Tampa Bay’s source for all things local. Our mission is to provide advocacy, support and education to locally owned, independent businesses throughout the region.