Event calendar courtesy of fla-keys.com
The Tourism & Development Council of the Florida Keys
As part of the Into the Stars headlining tour, the New Orleans-based, eight-piece American rock band The Revivalists are to perform at Coffee Butler Key West Amphitheater at Truman Waterfront Park, 35 East Quay Rd. The soulful alt-rock anthems on their latest album translate into a live powerhouse of a performance, complete with soaring pedal steel guitar, pounding percussion, irresistible horns and topped off with charismatic front man David Shaw's undeniable voice. Special guests include Steph
37 plays in 97 minutes! It's irreverent. It's fast paced. It's laugh out loud funny. Shakespeare? Exactly. Performance 7 p.m. at TBA location. Fringe Theater is Key West's community-focused theater providing unique opportunities for people to see and do theater.
The Upper Keys competition is one of dozens of fishing events held each year whose proceeds benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
To celebrate Earth Day, join Otherside Boardsports & Keys Cable Adventure Park for a festival of Earth-centric activities and events serving up good food, music and vibes! Artisan cocktails with fresh, 100-percent organic pressed juices, local food & eats, eco-conscious and Earth-inspired pop-up apparel shops, including waterwear for a plastic-free ocean — swimwear and board shorts made of recycled plastic bottles. Other highlights include a fashion show, terrarium station, operation wildflower,
For those who have always wanted to fish one of the classics, but couldn't wrangle an invitation, this is an old-school, 'downtown Islamorada' kind of tournament. True to the Herman Lucerne spirit of inclusiveness, the Tarpon Cup includes both a Guided and Unguided division. Limited to 20 teams, registration will open in October 2019. Organizers hope the HLM Tarpon Cup will soon be regarded as one of the classic parts of the Spring Florida Keys fishing tournament schedule.
Keys History & Discovery Center Presents lecture series continues through May. Tonight's featured topic is 'Death at Indian Key: An Unusual Indian Attack' with the Museum's curator, historian and author, Brad Bertelli. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., program begins 6 p.m. Non-members: $10, includes light appetizers. A cash bar is available. Reservations should be made in advance, call or email.
Presented by Lazy Dog Adventures, the challenge includes a 12-mile Elite Race around the island and a 4-mile open race. Other events include a kick-off registration party, paddleboard clinics and races for kids.
A tournament honoring the memory of Nick Sheahan, a Florida Keys student, funds from this event benefit a namesake community scholarship fund. Hosted at Tavernier Creek Marina, cash prizes and $25,000 to the angler with the dolphin that beats the state record. Hosted at Tavernier Creek Marina, entry fee for adults is $185, $50 for juniors.
A guaranteed grand prize of $10,000 cash is to go to the team that catches the largest bull and cow dolphin fish combined. However, according to organizers, the top prize payout increases as more boats register. With a field of 60-69 boats, the first-place cash award is to be $13,000, increasing incrementally by 10 boats. If a field of 100 boats is reached, the guaranteed first-place cash prize is $25,000, while other prizes are awarded to anglers catching the largest dolphin, wahoo, tuna and tr
For enthusiastic tarpon anglers, silver kings mean springtime. This high-energy, three-evening tournament mandates that teams fish with a different captain each evening. Teams also rotate among the three major bridge channels in Marathon, so any potential "hot spots" are shared among all anglers.
Ethan Siegel is in love. Tonight he's going to ask Alice's parents for permission to marry her. There's just one hitch. Ethan and Alice broke up two years ago—and she's in a serious relationship with someone else. But Ethan is undaunted. An irresistible comedy about modern love and the need to go back in order to move forward. Show dates online; show times 8 p.m.; Sunday matinee 3 p.m.
This is a fun and festive one day fishing tournament for the heaviest dolphin. New and seasoned anglers are welcome! Over $8,000 in cash and prizes have been awarded in past events. All registration fees are tax deductible as allowable by law and will be used directly to build four new affordable homes in Marathon. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys. The Captain's Meeting is Friday, followed by a day of fishing on Saturday. There are four angler categories: Pro, Weekend War