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Postponed

Due to a new city ordinance regarding Covid-19

SPECIAL GUEST

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JUDAH SMITH

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TIM WHIPPLE

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DUSTIN LACHANCE
MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED
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Stop the Movement is hosting this event to bring hope to our city and awareness about the reality of human trafficking in Tampa Bay. 

Stop the movement is an anti-trafficking awareness community that aims to provide education and prevention of this crime in Tampa Bay.
THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU FOR FREE BECAUSE OF THE GENEROSITY OF OUR TITLE SPONSOR, REALTY ONE GROUP, AND OUR OTHER INCREDIBLE SPONSORS. BECAUSE OF THEM, WE CAN BRING HOPE TO OUR CITY AND AWARENESS ABOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING 
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We are so grateful to the people, businesses and organizations who have donated to make this possible. To become a sponsor of this or future events, Click here!
FAQ
  • What is the cost of attending the event? 

    • This event is being sponsored by local businesses and non-profit organizations, which means it is free for you to attend. 

  • How do I get a ticket?

    • This is a non-ticketed event, open to the public. There is no need to register or have a ticket in hand. Just show up and enjoy the evening. 

  • How long does the event last?

    • We anticipate that the entire event will begin at 7pm and end at about 9pm, having a duration of about two hours. 

  • May I bring my children?

    • This is a family friendly event, open to the public. We encourage you to bring the family and enjoy an evening out together. This venue also has a playground and splash pad area open to the public, so there are plenty of activities for your children to enjoy 

  • Can I meet Tim Tebow?

    • Due to current Covid19 restrictions and social distancing guidelines, we have reserved meet and greets with Tim Tebow to a few of our sponsors only. 

  • What should I bring?

    • Bring something to sit on, whether it be a lawn chair or blanket so that you are comfortable while seated in the event field.  

  • Will there be security on site?

    • The St. Petersburg Pier has security on site 24/7. 

  • Will food be available at the venue?

    • At the Pier Point, visitors will find three dining concepts: Teak, a modern waterfront restaurant, featuring a Florida-themed menu; Pier Teaki, a rooftop bar with a tropical atmosphere and trendy cocktails; and the Driftwood Café, a ground-level casual dining spot with healthy menu options. Additional dining on the south side of the Pier Approach will include Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille, a Florida-themed restaurant that takes its name from the novels of New York Times best-selling author Randy Wayne White.

    • Located near the Pier entrance, Fresco’s features a spacious wrap-around deck with views of the open water, boat-filled marinas, and the Pier District. The restaurant serves lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch, specializing in fresh seafood, steaks, burgers, and pasta. With a full bar, Fresco’s is the perfect place to enjoy happy hour with friends while the sun sets over downtown St. Pete. Rounding out dining options is the Spa Beach Bistro, a quick-serve, take-out concession near Spa Beach Park.

  • Where do I park?

    • There are two (2) parking lots as well as on-street metered parking located on the Pier along Pier Drive. Payment can be made at the Pay Stations within the parking lots, at meters for on- street parking, or via the Park Mobile app. Outside the Pier complex, metered street parking is available, as are several downtown parking garages and lots within walking distance of the Pier. Fees at these facilities vary. For more information, visit the City of St. Petersburg’s parking page.

    • The Downtown St Pete Looper is a free trolley service that runs 7 days a week with stops at the Sundial parking garage and Pier Entrance every 15 minutes. To find out more on route information and hours of operation, please see the St. Petersburg Pier website at stpetepier.org 

  • What is the cost and how do I pay to park at the venue?

    • Paying in the Dolphin and Pelican parking lots will be through the Pay Stations located throughout the lots designated by signs above the machines that say: “Parking by License Plate Pay Here”.  Visitors enter their license plate and can pay either by credit card or cash.

    • ParkMobile will also be accepted by selecting Zone 2015 on the ParkMobile App via smartphone. Enforcement hours are 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

    • The rates in the pier parking lots for the date of the event are as follows:

      • First 4 hours = $2.50 per hour

      • 5th hour = $3.50

      • 6th hour = $4.50 per hour

      • Parking in the lots is limited to 6 hours or less

    • The rates for on-street meters for the date of the event are as follows: 

      • First 3 hours = $2.50 per hour

      • 4th hour = $5

      • Parking is limited to 4 hours in these locations

  • Is Motorcycle parking available?

    • Motorcycle parking is available along Pier Drive in designated motorcycle spaces, or if full, in the Dolphin and Pelican lots at the rates stated above. 

  • Can I park overnight?

    • Overnight parking is not permitted in the Pier District. 

  • Can I charge my electric vehicle?

    • Yes, there are 6 charging stations located in the Pelican Parking lot. There is no fee for the charging, but users pay the normal rate to park, and must comply with all regulations related to parking. The Greenlots App is required. 

  • Can I take public transit to the venue?

    • Yes, the Downtown Looper is free and has a stop at Bayshore Drive and 2nd Avenue NE, right at the entrance to the Pier District. Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority operates the Central Avenue Trolley which has a stop on Bayshore Drive just south of 2nd Avenue. Schedule information can be found at the Downtown looper website. 

    • Coast Bike Share is another easy way to get to the Pier. Hubs with Coast Bikes are located throughout greater Downtown. Coast bikes may be parked at any bike rack within the Pier District at no charge.

  • Will Covid19 Guidelines be followed?

    • The event hosts and the City of St. Petersburg ask all guests to follow Covid19 guidelines. This event will take place entirely outdoors. While open the the public, we encourage guests to keep in mind social distancing guidelines when choosing their seats in the lawn. There is enough space to thoroughly spread out and enjoy this event.