The Tampa Bay Times gave a sneak peak as Julian B. Lane Park is being transformed into a “theme park for football fans.” Visitors can download NFL OnePass app to reserve free tickets for the Super Bowl Experience in Tampa’s Downtown.
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Due to Super Bowl festivities and park closures, all Partnership fitness classes will be suspended until February 14th. City officials have also closed surrounding streets, W Green Street between N Boulevard, and W Laurel Street and W Cypress Street between N Boulevard and the Hillsborough River. Julian B Lane Riverfront Park is also closed as it will be used for the Super Bowl LV outdoor fan experience.
The new ordinance will allow liquor, beer and wine sales to begin at 7am on Sundays.
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Effective January 23rd, the Downtowner announced new changes to service via email to existing Downtowner riders. Changes include transit transfer locations and low fare rates.
We are looking to add to our wonderful Tampa’s Downtown Guides team! Click the link below to learn more about the position and the Partnership.
Attention all kombucha lovers! Flower Crown Kombucha is officially open, for limited hours, at 1609 N Franklin Street. Serving kombucha and nitro cold brew by the glass, this unique brewery needs to be on your list to check out this week!
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