Tampa's free 'Streetcar Live' series welcomes Whale Feral to Ybor City this weekend

It leaves Centennial Park at 6 p.m. and is a preview of a more robust schedule coming this fall.

click to enlarge A TECO streetcar makes a turn at Ybor Square in the historic Ybor City district on Aug. 8, 2021. - PHOTO VIA ATTILA ADAM/ADOBE
Photo via Attila Adam/Adobe
A TECO streetcar makes a turn at Ybor Square in the historic Ybor City district on Aug. 8, 2021.
Tampa’s Streetcar Live series usually happens when temperatures drop, but when you take two years off due to the pandemic, you come back no matter how sweaty your crotch is going to get.

This free May 21 concert from Florida southern jam band and Relix magazine favorite Whale Feral is a one-off summer streetcar show appetizer ahead of a full fall schedule which will find concertgoers taking a free ride aboard the ridiculously popular TECO Streetcar which leaves Ybor City’s Centennial Park Station at 6 p.m. and travels between the historic district and downtown Tampa.
Look for specific streetcar number information via @gasparillamusicfestival on Facebook.

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