Tampa's New World Brewery hosts first acoustic BBQ show since 2017 this weekend

Rebekah Pulley and Rob Pastore play on July 18.

click to enlarge Tampa's New World Brewery hosts first acoustic BBQ show since 2017 this weekend
Kevin Tighe

Recently relocated live music venue New World Brewery is hosting its first BBQustic in over two years this Saturday when local favorites Rebekah Pulley (pictured) and Rob Pastore take to venue’s outdoor stage from 7 p.m.-10 p.m.

In order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, space will be placed between tables and all surfaces will be continually sanitized, according to a social media post. The restaurant—which has a spacious outdoor area—also asked patrons to wear masks while in attendance.

The no-cover event will see Chef Michael Ayoub and staff serving food along with samples of New Belgium Brewing.

In February, New World Brewery moved to Sulphur Springs after being in Ybor for over two decades where it hosted performances from local bands as well as touring acts like TV on the Radio and Animal Collective. 

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