Five Things to Do This Weekend

1. This Saturday marks the first annual national Record Store Day – support local indie retailers like Vinyl Fever and Mojo Books & Music, and enjoy live concerts, special sales, giveaways, and access to exclusive “7 singles by The Black Keys, Vampire Weekend, The Breeders, Death Cab for Cutie, and several others.

2. Tampa Museum of Art holds a groundbreaking ceremony in honor of the construction of its new building.

3. Populist activist Jim Hightower talks about corporate greed, breaking free of the politics-as-usual mold, and other related topics at Friday Morning Musicale.

4. Local alt-country ensemble Have Gun, Will Travel presents a new full-length, Casting Shadows Tall as Giants, at a release party with Nessie, Will Quinlan and Baron Von Bear.

5. Celebrate an era when things were much simpler – and cheaper! – during Beach Theatre’s reprise of 1939 Day.

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