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LAST CHANCE tickets - Metro PCS is giving you one last chance to score tickets!

97X will be at Metro PCS @ 3338 US Hwy 19 Holiday, FL 34691 from 6-7pm Thursday, June 30th! Stop by and sign up to win a pair of tickets to the show + a ride on the Blurryface Bus!

Winners must be 15+ and accompanied by a parent or guardian years or older.

TWENTY ONE PILOTS SONG OF THE DAY/BLURRYFACE BUS CONTEST – OFFICIAL RULES

'Pokemon Go' will turn your smartphone into a Pokedex

Nintendo is planning to put Pokemon on your phone sometime in the next month. No, it's not porting over the classic games just yet; the company's launching a new alternate-reality game called "Pokemon Go."

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Developed by Google spinoff Niantic, "Pokemon Go" is a free-to-download game for iOS and Android that requires you to wander around the real world looking for pokemon to catch. 

The game uses your phone's camera to project a pokemon model on the real world. One well-timed pokeball throw is enough to capture most pokemon; from there, the game lets you level up and evolve the pokemon you catch.

"Pokemon Go" also borrows some elements of territory control from Niantic's first game, "Ingress." "Pokemon Go" splits the player base into three different teams and lets them fight over control of real-world locations.

Nintendo is also planning to release a Fitbit-like gadget for around $35, though that won't launch until sometime after the main game. The device syncs up with your phone and is meant to let you play the game without walking around, looking at a screen the whole time.

For now, it looks like the game is limiting itself to the original 150 pokemon, but that might not last long. Two other new Pokemon games, "Pokemon Sun" and "Pokemon Moon," are set to launch in November this year with a whole new slate of possible pokemon to add.

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Blurry Face Bus Event w/ 97x

Blurry Face Bus Event w/ 97x – June 30th 6p-7p – MetroPCS Authorized Dealer - Talk Time 3338 US-19, Holiday, FL 34691

St. Pete Pride and 97X

St. Pete Pride Weekend 2016 -See photos here!

 

Join 97X all weekend long as we celebrate Florida’s largest LGBT Pride! Miguel Fuller, host of the Miguel show on our sister station Hot 101.5, is this year’s St. Pete Pride Grand Marshal!

 

Thursday, June 23, 2016:  Rooftop Party (presented by Hotel Zamora)

 

  • Time: 8:00pm-10:00pm
  • Address: Hotel Zamora’s Castile Rooftop Bar - 3701 Gulf Blvd, St. Pete Beach
  • Price: FREE

 

Head to the Castile Rooftop Bar at the Hotel Zamora, 3701 Gulf Blvd, on beautiful St Pete Beach for the Pride Kickoff Party. You will bask in panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico and the Intercoastal Waterway while enjoying live entertainment, Cabana Boy Cocktails and Spanish-influenced Topaz. The Hotel Zamora’s unique Castile Rooftop Bar offers the perfect combination of sweeping views of nature while maintaining an urban vibe, making this Pride Party an event like no other this Pride Week.

 

Friday, June 24, 2016: SP2 Concert

 

  • Time: 7:00pm-11:00pm
  • Address: 2600 Central Ave, St. Pete
  • Price: FREE (donation) $20 Pit Pass 

 

SP2 Concert is a fundraising event to assist in funding various Tampa Bay community organizations. This year's concert features the legendary Deborah Cox.

 

A mix of various bands and local singers will warm up the crowd as attendees cool down with their choice of Bud Lite and Absolut Vodka beverages. Beverage sales benefit the St Pete Pride Community Grants Program. The concert is being presented by St Pete Pride, and the proceeds will go to the St Pete Pride Community Grants Program. 

 

To celebrate the event, a special Pit Pass will be offered where you and your friends can view the concert directly in front of the Wells Fargo Stage.

 

Lineup:

  • DJ L-Mo
  • Karmic Tattoo
  • Jennifer Real
  • Deborah Cox

 

Saturday, June 25, 2016: St. Pete Pride 5K

 

  • Time: 7:30am-11:00am
  • Address: 5500 Shore Blvd S, Gulfport
  • Price: $25 

 

Join us for the annual St Pete Pride 5K, an official event of Tampa Bay's LGBT Pride Celebration. The race will be followed by a Finish Line Party, featuring beer for race participants, live DJ and entertainment, and awards for the race's top performers!

 

Saturday, June 25, 2016: Pride Parade

 

  • Time: 5pm  
  • Address: 2800-2200 Central Ave, St. Pete 
  • Price: FREE 

 

The LGBT Pride Parade, held within the Historic Kenwood Neighborhood and Grand Central District, features more than 150 organizations and businesses and over 4,500 marchers supporting and celebrating the Tampa Bay LGBT community. The Parade draws more than 200,000 people in total, making it the large LGBT Pride Parade in Florida and largest overall in St Petersburg. The Saturday Block Party begins at 5:00 p.m., held between 22nd Street and 27th Street along Central Avenue, featuring DJs, food and beverages. The Parade will roll off at Sunset.

 

Bleacher seating is available in The Glamstands (seating, private restrooms, complimentary food, cocktails and water are available). To purchase Glamstand tickets, click here.

 

Be Courteous

 

No outside beverages or alcohol may be brought to the Parade. Water and other beverages will be sold throughout Central Avenue between the blocks of 22nd and 27th Streets. In the interest of general safety, please refrain from bringing in the following to the Parade:

 

  • Alcohol (open container laws and city ordinances still apply)
  • Inline Skates
  • Laser pointers
  • Radios
  • Skateboards/Scooters
  • Fireworks
  • Weapons/Firearms
  • Pets or animals (we love animals, but for their safety, leave them at home) 

 

Getting There

 

There are several options when coming to St Pete Pride. And as with any large event, parking can always be a challenge. If you plan on driving, we recommend you carpool. Regardless of how signs may read, St Pete Pride does not operate any parking areas near the Parade or Street Festival and advise attendees to avoid parking in paid parking lots. 

 

PSTA buses will be running frequently along 1st Avenues North and South – parallel to the events – making it easy to leave your car at home or in an outlying parking spot while PSTA chauffeurs you to and from the celebrations. 

 

PSTA operates several routes along the parade and festival corridor, which will give revelers easy and frequent access to cool, comfortable buses throughout the day and well into the evening. Among the routes serving the celebration in the Grand Central District will be the Central Avenue Trolley, Routes 7, 18, 20 and 52. Several routes will also be detoured to accommodate the celebrations and those detours can be found at the PSTA Rider Alert webpage.

 

Sunday, June 26, 2016: Pride Festival

 

  • Time: 11:00am-6:00pm  
  • Address: Grand Central District - 2800-2200 Central Ave, St. Pete
  • Price: FREE 

 

Expected to draw more than 50,000 of our friends, the St Pete Pride Street Festival returns to Central Avenue in the Grand Central District promising to be larger, livelier and bolder than ever! The St Pete Pride Street Festival will again be the largest community event of the season as festival goers come together to make history while enjoying a day of live performances and entertainment, community booths, art and fantastic food in paradise.

 

After last year's overwhelming demand, the Festival length has been extended by an entire city block, and the St Pete Pride Street Festival will be more diverse and shop-stopping than ever. Over 350 exhibitors will line both sides of Central Avenue for six city blocks in a rainbow celebration of food and beverage vendors, artists, small businesses, corporations, professional sports teams, community outreach groups, non-profit organizations and Pride themed merchandisers. 

 

Be Courteous

 

No outside beverages or alcohol may be brought to the Parade. Water and other beverages will be sold throughout Central Avenue between the blocks of 22nd and 27th Streets. In the interest of general safety, please refrain from bringing in the following to the Parade:

 

  • Alcohol (open container laws and city ordinances still apply)
  • Inline Skates
  • Laser pointers
  • Radios
  • Skateboards/Scooters
  • Fireworks
  • Weapons/Firearms
  • Pets or animals (we love animals, but for their safety, leave them at home) 

 

Getting There

 

There are several options when coming to St Pete Pride. And as with any large event, parking can always be a challenge. If you plan on driving, we recommend you carpool. Regardless of how signs may read, St Pete Pride does not operate any parking areas near the Parade or Street Festival and advise attendees to avoid parking in paid parking lots. 

 

PSTA buses will be running frequently along 1st Avenues North and South – parallel to the events – making it easy to leave your car at home or in an outlying parking spot while PSTA chauffeurs you to and from the celebrations. 

 

PSTA operates several routes along the parade and festival corridor, which will give revelers easy and frequent access to cool, comfortable buses throughout the day and well into the evening. Among the routes serving the celebration in the Grand Central District will be the Central Avenue Trolley, Routes 7, 18, 20 and 52. Several routes will also be detoured to accommodate the celebrations and those detours can be found at the PSTA Rider Alert webpage.

 

 

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