Green Thumb Festival, Sunscreen Film Fest, Beacon 23: St. Pete Events


ST. PETERSBURG, FL — Green Thumb Festival, Lost in St. Pete, Beacon23, Los Vinos de Dali, Sunscreen Film Festival.

Check out these and other events in the St. Petersburg area this week, April 24-30.

Rhythmic Exhibits: A Night of Jazz at the Imagine Museum

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Experience the perfect blend of two captivating art forms, an unforgettable evening of stunning glass art and soulful jazz music, on Tuesday, 5 p.m., at the Imagine Museum.

PlaceMattersSP | Shine On: Street Art and Urban Revitalization

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This presentation from Preserve the Burg on SHINE Mural Festival Tuesday, 6 p.m., at the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library discusses the role urban street art plays in the redevelopment of St. Pete and other Florida cities.

Beach Drive Forums: A Tale of Two Cities, History, Intrigue and Gossip

Authors and local historians Ray Arsenault and Gary Mormino will discuss St. Petersburg and Tampa buildings and people, past and present, Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church.

Sushi Rollin 101

Learn the traditions and techniques of sushi rolling Wednesday, 6 p.m., at 3 Daughters Brewing.

Leadership St. Pete Brews & Brains: Trivia Night

Funds raised at Wednesday evening’s Trivia Night at Grand Central Brewhouse are for Leadership St. Pete’s Class Project “Conscious Collaboration” that benefits Allendale Equity & Justice Center.

Lost in St. Pete

This music and art festival features dozens of bands and performers at venues throughout St. Petersburg Thursday through Sunday.

Sunscreen Film Festival

This annual film festival runs Thursday through Sunday in downtown St. Petersburg.

James Museum’s 5th Anniversary

The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art celebrates its fifth anniversary on Friday with extended hours and cupcakes, live music and dancing after 5 p.m.

Party on the Plaza

This outdoor festival at the Duke Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theater takes place Friday, 7 to 10 p.m. This event features vendors, food trucks and music from the Greg Billings Band.


BEACON23 highlights local voices and unites our community in an unforgettable evening of dance that celebrates the dignity of the human form in motion. This year’s eighth annual performance program is Friday, 8 p.m., at The Palladium.

Club Kozuba: A Burlesque Cabaret Revue

This Friday evening burlesque cabaret review at Kozuba and Sons Distillery is hosted by Mister Cister and features performances by Dasha Sweetwaters, Sheva Queen of the Night, Freckles Galore, Karma Kandlewick and Lady Brii Adonis.

Veteran PACT Act Outreach Event

American Legion Post 273 on Madeira Beach is partnering with Bay Pines VA Healthcare System for this outreach event on Saturday, 9 a.m., about the expansion of veterans’ benefits and how the Veterans Benefits Administration works.

Green Thumb Festival

St. Petersburg’s annual Arbor Day Celebration, the Green Thumb Festival, brings together plant and flower lovers, as well as individuals and families looking for a fun weekend activity on Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Walter Fuller Park. With more than 120 garden, plant and flower vendors and exhibitors, the annual event brings the community together for a weekend of fun.

4th Annual Taco & Tequila Crawl

The Taco & Tequila Crawl is back on Saturday, 1 to 6 p.m. Enjoy tacos and exclusive margarita, tequila and beer specials at various downtown St. Pete bars and restaurants.

Los Vinos de Dali

This evening of wine, craft beer and spirit sampling, tastings from local restaurants, music, art and more takes place Saturday, 6 to 10:30 p.m., at The Dali Museum.

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