Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak to headline the Palladium

The tickets are pricey but should be worth it to see the tech legend.

All the hubbub has been around the late great Steve Jobs lately, but Apple co-founder and very much alive Steve Wozniak will be the main attraction for  St. Petersburg College Foundation’s new Distinguished Speakers Series, debuting 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, at the Palladium Theater at St. Petersburg College.

The Wozniak Project: An Evening with Apple Co-Founder Wozniak, will support Foundation scholarships for SPC students. Known as one of the most important innovators of our time, Wozniak will lead a lively, interactive discussion customized for his audience. General admission ticket prices for the event are $95 for Orchestra Lower Level seating and $85 for Balcony Upper Level seating.

One of the foremost pioneers in the tech industry, Wozniak helped shape the computing industry with his design of Apple’s first line of products. Together with the late Steve Jobs, Wozniak founded Apple Computer Inc. in 1976, and developed the Apple I personal computer. A year later, they unveiled the Apple II, which shaped personal computing as we know it. 

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