“I watched Arctic Monkeys there a few years back and for some reason that night is illuminated, I also took part in my very first local group art show at the Ritz so it has a special place in my heartbox.” — Bekky Beukes
Encompassing 670,000 square feet, Amalie Arena has been used for ice hockey, basketball, and arena football games, as well as concerts.
This unpretentious nightspot features independent up-&-coming musical artists, DJs & a full bar.
“Jannus Live for bigger shows. I’ve played that stage a lot and it’s my favorite in the southeast. As an audience member it’s great because it’s loud and you’re surrounded by buildings in a courtyard so it automatically feels more like a collective experience.” — J.T. Brown
Built in the early 20s,’ the Beaux-Arts style concert venue hosts a variety of acts from big name stars to indie bands.
Funky spot serving Southern eats such as gator tail in rustic digs with a space for live music.