ST. PETERSBURG — Bring your comfortable folding chair and appetite to 22nd Street South while the Deuces Live Main Street host its inaugural street festival, “Soul on the Deuces” this Friday, July 22.
The event is from 5-10 p.m. with free parking in the shared parking lot of St. Petersburg College Midtown campus and Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center at 13th Avenue South and 22nd Street.
The festival is family friendly, with a kid’s zone available for the youngsters. Vendors, food, retail and informational will also available.
If you haven’t been on the Deuces in a while, find out what’s been happening since your last visit.
Seen the inside of the SPC Midtown Jamerson building yet? There will be free inside tours of the facility between 5:30-6:30 p.m. Entrance for the tours will from the doors facing 22nd Street South.
The music! A little after 5 p.m., live music will get underway. Acts include: Jordan Bolds, Dundu Dole Urban African Ballet, Deneen Wyman, a Frankie Beverly impersonator, Florida Spiritualaires/ Mighty Sons of Zion and Blended Winds.
Just when you think you’ve all partied out, a 90s themed after party at the Manhattan Casino will close out night.
We hope to see you the 22nd on 22nd Street!
Business on the Deuces:
• Blessed by the Best Beauty Salon, Crea8tivy Hair Salon are south on 22nd Street
• RedStone Market, Blue Star Cab and Elma’s Café are on the opposite side of the street from the SPC Midtown Jamerson Building.
• Next Stepp Life Center will host an open house to introduce their services and their new additional building located on 22nd Street South
• Esquire Barber Shop, the oldest surviving business on 22nd Street South
• The Tampa Bay BBIC opened its business incubator
• The historic Royal Theater is hosting a summer movie series the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of July and August from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The next movie screening is scheduled for Saturday, July 23.