Fun for Fall in Tampa Bay

October things to do

Tampa Bay Lightning

The defending Back-2-Back Stanley Cup Champions open their season at home at Amalie Arena on Oct. 12 at 7:30p. They will raise the championship banner before the game. The team also has home games Oct. 19 (vs Panthers), Oct. 23 (vs. Avalanche), Oct. 28 (vs. Coyotes).

https://www.nhl.com/lightning/tickets/single-game-tickets

Gasparilla Music Festival

Oct. 1-3

Curtis Hixon Park

Gasparilla Music Festival is 35 bands across 4 stages along Tampa's waterfront. 2021 marks the festival's 10th Anniversary. Proceeds benefit music education and local professional musicians.

www.gasparillamusic.com

  • COVID restrictions. Check guidelines before attending.

Tailgate Taste Fest

Oct. 16, 3-10:30p

Curtis Hixon Park

Tampa Bay's Tailgate Taste Fest is FREE to the public to attend! Bring your friends and family and enjoy a wonderful afternoon at the park and once again be immersed in the ultimate tailgate experience. No outside food or drink is permitted, but feel free to BYOC (Bring Your Own Chair)!

Restaurants from around Tampa Bay will be cooking up all of your tailgate favorites! To enjoy these award-worthy eats, a food sample wristband must be purchased (starting at $15)

https://www.tailgatetastefest.com/

World’s Largest Food Truck Rally 12 & Wesley Chapel Fall Festival

Oct. 30-31, 11a-6p

Tampa Premium Outlets, 2300 Grand Cypress Drive, Lutz

The 17th Annual Wesley Chapel Fall Festival has paired with the World’s Largest Food Truck Rally for a weekend full of fun for the whole family including 3 community stages, live entertainment, a pumpkin patch & the Trunk or Treat Presented by San Antonio Credit Union and more than 60 national and local food trucks. Tickets are $10

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/17th-annual-wesley-chapel-fall-festival-worlds-largest-food-truck-rally12-tickets-166163057177

 

 

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