2014 Sunset Beach Concert Series: Join us in 2014 for a great new Sunset Beach Concert Series, sponsored by Florida Hospital North Pinellas and Sun Toyota. Concerts are once a month on Thursdays, February through November. You can park at the High School, catch the complimentary shuttle to the beach, enjoy the music and take the shuttle back. Concessions are available for purchase, or you can bring your own. Remember, pets and alcohol are not allowed, but your own food, drink and chairs are. Music starts at 7pm.
Remaining 2014 Concert Dates:
May 15th: De Lei'ed Parrots (Parrothead music)
June 12th: Shoeless Soul (Pop-Fusion)
July 10th: The Shakes Society
August 7th: Crystal Beach String Band (Bluegrass/Folk)
September 11th: The Little Big Show (Rock/Blues)
October 9th: Roadhouse Band (Classic Rock n Roll)
November 6th: Lil' Pearl and the Big Boys (Rock/Blues)
Talent Show & tryouts: This year's Talent Show will be held at the Performing Arts Center on Friday, May 9th. Tryouts, by appointment only, will be held April 22nd & 24th.
Out of School Bash: Hit the beach (Sunset Beach) with us on May 31st, with a ton of free activities for everyone.
Rocky Horror Picture Show: We're back at the beach (Sunset Beach) for this twisted classic.
Haunted Forest: We'll scare the bejeebers out of you for three weekends in a row - October 10th & 11th, 17th & 18th, and 24th & 25th, at the North Anclote River Nature Park.
Second Annual Zombie Run: Run with (or from) the un-dead in this thrilling 5K that winds into the Haunted Forest.
City's Calendar of Events: Click on the thumbnail to the left to see the City's Calendar of Events. With many events to choose from, you're sure to find something to keep you busy, engaged and entertained!
Brooker Creek Preserve: While the Preserve is not officially part of Tarpon Springs, this 8700 acre jewel is the largest natural area in Pinellas County, and well worth a visit. It consists primarily of forested wetlands and pine flatwoods. Bordered by dense urban development, the Preserve provides both a unique refuge for native flora and fauna as well as an opportunity for citizens to explore the natural beauty of wild Florida. Click here to go to their event calendar.