What Are You Doing to #SaveOurStages?
This story is aimed specifically at the Tampa Bay region, but it can also apply to almost anywhere else in the country. We are blessed in this area to have a number of music venues which are working hard to keep the musical community safe and sound, requiring masks and social distancing and generally responsible behavior.
And we fully understand that many areas are not open like this, some not open at all. So we are blessed to have these opportunities; you might be as well.
So what are you personally doing to #SaveOurStages? This is NOT addressed to those people who do not feel comfortable going out in public, although there are plenty of live-stream events — some free, others for a fee — every week. And artists are constantly releasing new music and new and old concert video and audio.
I am looking at options for this Saturday, November 21. On a daily basis in this area, we suggest gotonight.com, which lists dozens and dozens of musical events for every day, and you can search in advance as well.
Here are seven events you could consider for Saturday, but there are many more. Please support live music if you are able!
Roosevelt Collier and Electric Kif are playing in Clearwater as part of the reimagined Clearwater Jazz Holiday. You can find ticket information and more in this article.
Joe Marcinek and Brock Butler (Perpetual Groove) sold out their Friday night show at Dunedin Brewery; now they have added a second night on Saturday. Read more about that here.
Master fingerstyle guitarist Christie Lenée is gracing The Hideaway Cafe in St. Petersburg. Ticket information here.
Row Jomah is planning to rock de Bine Brewing in Palm Harbor. Ticket information here.
Doug South, Taylor Galbraith, and Ashley Galbraith are at Caddy’s Indian Shores.
Twinkle and Rock Soul Radio are at Motorworks Brewing in Bradenton.