Hello, April! It’s a beautiful time of year in the Sunshine City and we can’t wait to explore the spring festivities on the horizon. Whether you’re a history buff, a sports fan or art enthusiast, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the spring season in St. Petersburg. Here are some exciting upcoming events in April: 

$6 Sundays at the St. Petersburg Museum of History – Starting April 3

Starting on Sunday, April 3, make your Sundays historic with a $6 admission to the St. Petersburg Museum of History right here on the St. Pete Pier.  The Museum is open on Sundays from noon-5pm. Best of all, you don’t need reservations or pre-purchased tickets. 

Tampa Bay Blues Festival – April 8 – 10

Grab some sunscreen and get your cameras ready for the annual Tampa Bay Blues Festival on April 8 – 10 in Vinoy Park. Take in the picturesque views of St. Petersburg’s downtown waterfront while you enjoy unforgettable vocals from the biggest acts in blues. Be sure to try local and delicious treats such as Cuban cuisine, seafood, barbecue and much more. Premium beer and wine are also available. 

Tampa Bay Rays Opening Game – April 8

Baseball fans, you don’t want to miss the Tampa Bay Rays Opening Day at Tropicana Field on April 8. Watch as the Rays host the Baltimore Orioles with an exciting roster ready for a win. Can’t make it on April 8? Not to worry – there are plenty of upcoming games at Tropicana Field you can watch. Cheers to Champa Bay!

9th-Annual Champions for ACT BreakFEST – April 21

Start your morning with a sprinkle of art, music and inspiration at the 9th Annual Champions for ACTj BreakFEST hosted by Arts Conservatory for Teens. This hour-long celebration will include appearances by special guests like business and civic leaders, musicians and philanthropic leaders. Enjoy a Pre Kentucky Derby Breakfast with all the Derby Fare. Best of all, the event helps provide arts education to underserved communities and public schools. 

After you enjoy the festivities, head over to Teak or one of our sister properties, PIer Teaki or Driftwood Cafe, for a refreshing drink, a delicious dessert or a mouth-watering meal.