Popular storyteller podcast 'The Moth' is coming to Tampa Theatre this fall

Speakers will share stories of adventure, struggle, redemption, creativity and more.

Moths are attracted to light, we're attracted to good stories.

Popular storytelling podcast, "The Moth," is coming to Tampa this fall to share stories of adventure, struggle, redemption, creativity and more.

The live show, presented by the University of South Florida's WUSF radio station, will take place on Sept. 29 at the Tampa Theatre. Tickets to see "The Moth" live at Tampa Theatre go on sale to the general public at noon on Thursday, July 7.
Event Details

'The Moth' podcast live

Thu., Sept. 29

Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St, Tampa Tampa

Ticket prices and panelists have yet to be announced, but WUSF members will get first crack at tickets.

A panel of speakers will take turns on stage sharing their unique life experiences revolving around a central theme, many of which will provoke emotions amongst the crowd and create "a community where where entertainment and enlightenment merge."

Founded in 1997, the 25-year-old nonprofit production has presented more than 50,000 stories and brought people from around the world, alike and different, together. Moth speakers range from established speakers to emerging writers to performers and artists.
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