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Things to Do in Tampa Bay Weekend Guide

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As a precaution to the coronavirus, many local events in Tampa Bay are canceled or postponed. We will continue to stay on top of cancellations and inform you as we learn more. Follow us at @StufftoDoinTampaBay on Facebook and Instagram for more updates!

For those looking for things to do in Tampa Bay this week, we curated a list of things you can do from the comfort from home: Tampa Bay-style.

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What better time to get in shape than right now? So many local gyms and studios are offering home workout options! 

SweatNET Tampa Bay 
Offering a FREE MONTH of SweatNET to gain access to live workouts, meditations, recipes and more! Just use code “FREESWEAT” at checkout

Union Three Studio
Offering two at-home workout options! U3 AT HOME – ALL IN costs $179 and includes a bike, mat, shoes, 1 set of hand weights and a subscription to pre-recorded and live classes! U3 AT HOME – Subscription only gives you access to prerecorded and live classes for $39/month.

CAMP Tampa
CAMP2GO has officially launched! For $35/month you can access high-quality on-demand workout videos that will be built on weekly. 100% of the proceeds go to the Camp instructors!

Gaze Hot Yoga
Virtual Class via Zoom. Sign up via the Mindbody app. $5 drop-in goes straight to teachers.

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With Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and all the other streaming services, the amount of things to watch is endless! But if you’ve already binged Love is Blind and watched The Office four times, then check out these local offerings!

The Tampa Theatre may be closed but they have curated a list of daily streaming recommendations that you can watch while you’re social distancing! Find their suggestions on their Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter!

The Florida Aquarium has a new Facebook Live Series: SEA-SPAN! Everyday at 10AM, you and your kids can get an update on all the sea creatures and animals living at the aquarium while they’re closed. 

things to do in tampa bay: listen


Did you know how many talented musicians we have in Tampa Bay? A LOT. If the songs on your playlist are getting old, grace your ears with these local artists:

Electronic Pop/Hip-Hop
🎧Listen to: Criminals
Available on Spotify and Apple Music

Lukas James
🎧Listen to: Young
Available on Spotify and Apple Music

Lizzy Jane
🎧Listen to: Blow Your Mind
Available on Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud

Jariah Higgins
🎧Listen to: Cupid
Available on Spotify and Apple Music

JudyAnne Jackson
🎧Listen to: Never Seen the Rain Cover
Available on Youtube and

Things to do at home in Tampa Bay


Local businesses have come up with take-home crafts that will get your creative juices flowing! These DIY projects may just be the solution to your quarantine sanity.

AR Workshop Tampa Take & Make DIY Kit
Turn your “bored” into “boards!” Register for AR Workshop’s DIY-AT-HOME Kits on their website and get ready to make a beautiful home decor piece! Kits include all materials such as stencils, wood, a stain color, paint choices, brushes and instructions. 

Cactus Moon Beam $35 DIY Succulent Garden Kits
All materials, plants and detailed care instructions included. FREE porch delivery in Tampa with the purchase of 2 or more kits. Local orders can DM @cactusmoonbeam on Instagram or find CactusMoonBeam on Etsy for shipped kits!

things to do in tampa bay: read


There’s nothing like escaping reality and diving into a good book! Right now Oxford Exchange is offering book recommendations and FREE delivery on anything from their shop/bookstore!

We recommend reading something written by a Tampa Bay author!

things to do in tampa bay: cook


It is the perfect opportunity to work on your cooking skills and become the best amateur chef there is! Restaurants such as Barterhouse and Tampa Pizza Company are making it easy, and offering their own cooking kits!

We are currently putting together a collection of divine recipes from local restaurants for you to try out at home — so stay tuned! For those who are really striving to be a Tampa Bay cook, let’s begin with the basics: Tampa Bay’s World Renown Cuban Sandwich.

Throw on these ingredients, starting from the bottom of the sandwich making it all the way to the top!

  • Cuban bread
  • Swiss Cheese
  • Salami
  • Ham
  • Pork
  • Pickles
  • Mustard

If cooking is never going to be your thing, support your local businesses and order delivery/takeout! Find what Tampa Bay’s restaurants are offering on our How to Support Local Businesses Blog!

things to do in tampa bay: give


It’s no secret that the Coronavirus is affecting everyone in some fashion, and some more than others. In these times, giving back to the community is so important! Here’s how you can help from home:

Check out our How to Give Back Blog for more ways to show love to the community during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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Follow us on @StufftoDoinTampaBay on Facebook and Instagram! We will continue to share updates and how to support the community during this time.


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Jenna Podesla

Jenna Podesla

Jenna is the City Manager for UNATION and author of theStuff to Do in Tampa Bay blog. For more insight on the best events and things to do in the Tampa Bay area, download the UNATION app and follow @StufftoDoinTampaBay on InstagramFacebook, and YouTube.

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