John Stamos will perform with The Beach Boys in Clearwater next week

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click to enlarge John Stamos will perform with The Beach Boys in Clearwater next week
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Even though the venue will be at 50% capacity, it’s still going to be a “Full House” next week at Ruth Eckerd Hall, as John Stamos performs with the Beach Boys.

The actor, known for his role as Uncle Jesse, will perform alongside Mike Love twice, at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday, May 16. Tickets start at $53.25, and can be purchased at Ruth Eckerd’s website, or by calling 727-791-7400.

It’s worth noting that Mike Love’s Beach Boys is the MAGA version of the band, but this won’t be the first time Stamos and the Trumper have shared a stage. 

Besides playing in Clearwater with Love multiple times, the actor actually grew up down the street from the musician, and over the years made an appearance in the “Kokomo” video, and performed alongside the group in an episode of "Full House." 

While there's no word if The Rippers will open the gig, according to a press release the show will feature mostly all the classics, as well as the recently released “This Too Shall Pass,” which actually features Stamos on drums. 

Despite Gov. DeSantis' recent order barring local governments from instituting COVID protections, businesses can still make their own decisions. So, Ruth Eckard Hall will require face coverings, and hand sanitizer stations will be available to all guests.

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Colin Wolf has been working with weekly newspapers since 2007 and has been the Digital Editor for Creative Loafing Tampa since 2019. He is also the Director of Digital Content Strategy for CL's parent company, Euclid Media Group.
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