Downtown Tallahassee Events

January 2015

4th Tuesday of Every Month
Noon - 12:45 p.m.

R. A. Gray Building
Museum Theatre (lower level)

Give your brain a jolt at the History at High Noon. On the fourth Tuesday of the month, local experts discuss topics related to Florida history, culture, and arts. The presentations usually are followed by a brief tour of the Museum.

 

Learn more about each month's program at http://www.museumoffloridahistory.com/news/calendar/fourthTuesday.cfm

WEDNESDAY ROUNDUP @ THE FOOD TRUCK COURT

Every Wednesday members of the Tallahassee Food Truck Association gather at the Downtown Food Truck Court for a weekly lunch roundup. The Food Truck Court is located just off Gaines Street at 725 S Brunough Street. Each week from 11am to 2pm you will find a gathering of some of the city's best Food Trucks! 

The Wednesday Roundup is the perfect place to grab a quick bite and enjoy the beauty of Tallahassee's Downtown. The Food Truck Court is convient to everyone working Downtown and makes for a unique place to take in lunch each Wednesday.

Come on out and give the Wedensday Roundup a try! You can learn more about which trucks will be there each week by following the Tallahassee Food Truck Association on Facebook at ...

FSU Men's Basketball Games take place at the newly renovated Donald L. Tucker Center in the heart of Downtown Tallahassee. Seminole Basketball is one of the great collegiate sporting traditions in Tallahassee. As members of the Atlantic Coast Conference the Seminoles play many of the nation's perrenial powers on the court each season. Games at the Tucker Center are exciting and full of action. Catch all the games with season tickets or purchase tickets as you like via Seminoles.com.  

February 2015

FSU Men's Basketball Games take place at the newly renovated Donald L. Tucker Center in the heart of Downtown Tallahassee. Seminole Basketball is one of the great collegiate sporting traditions in Tallahassee. As members of the Atlantic Coast Conference the Seminoles play many of the nation's perrenial powers on the court each season. Games at the Tucker Center are exciting and full of action. Catch all the games with season tickets or purchase tickets as you like via Seminoles.com.  

WEDNESDAY ROUNDUP @ THE FOOD TRUCK COURT

Every Wednesday members of the Tallahassee Food Truck Association gather at the Downtown Food Truck Court for a weekly lunch roundup. The Food Truck Court is located just off Gaines Street at 725 S Brunough Street. Each week from 11am to 2pm you will find a gathering of some of the city's best Food Trucks! 

The Wednesday Roundup is the perfect place to grab a quick bite and enjoy the beauty of Tallahassee's Downtown. The Food Truck Court is convient to everyone working Downtown and makes for a unique place to take in lunch each Wednesday.

Come on out and give the Wedensday Roundup a try! You can learn more about which trucks will be there each week by following the Tallahassee Food Truck Association on Facebook at ...

FSU Men's Basketball Games take place at the newly renovated Donald L. Tucker Center in the heart of Downtown Tallahassee. Seminole Basketball is one of the great collegiate sporting traditions in Tallahassee. As members of the Atlantic Coast Conference the Seminoles play many of the nation's perrenial powers on the court each season. Games at the Tucker Center are exciting and full of action. Catch all the games with season tickets or purchase tickets as you like via Seminoles.com.  

GREGORY PORTER WITH SPECIAL GUEST AVERY*SUNSHINE

Gregory Porter wields one of the most captivating baritone voices in music today. Fusing jazz, R&B, and pop he emits enormous soul that conveys both the emotions and intellect of any given song without relying on vocal histrionics. In The New York Times, Nate Chinen wrote: “Gregory Porter has most of what you want in a male jazz singer, and maybe a thing or two you didn’t know you wanted.” Singer Dee Dee Bridgewater praised Porter in the pages of JazzTimes by saying, “We haven’t had a male singer like him in a long time. He’s such a wonderful writer (and) tells these great stories.” Indeed Porter has an amazing gift for writing poignant songs based upon personal experiences with a relatable and emotional immediacy. Even more...

On the first Friday of each month thousands of visitors attend the First Friday Gallery Hop at Railroad Square from 6pm to 9pm. Most of the shops and studios in Railroad Square are open for this lively event. At Railroad Square, you can visit more galleries and art studios in a single location than anywhere else in the city. Live music is played at several locations throughout the Park.

Some of the galleries offer refreshments and hors d’oeuvres. Larger galleries may feature exhibits from a variety of artists while smaller ones display their own new works. The belly dance studio may put on a show and a drumming circle enlivens the evening. Come and join us for one of the best regularly occurring forms of entertainment in the whole city!

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LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO

The Trocks, as they are affectionately known, deliver a unique brand of ballet, dancing a fine line between high art and high camp. Parodying the conventions and clichés of romantic and classical ballet, the dancers deliver a blend of a loving knowledge of dance, impeccable comic approach, and the astounding fact that men can, indeed, dance en pointe without falling flat on their faces.

"Highbrow hilarity from New York's marvelous all-male ballerinas." - The Sunday Telegraph

The comedy is achieved by incorporating and exaggerating the foibles, accidents, and underlying incongruities of serious dance. The fact that men dance all the parts - heavy bodies delicately balancing on toes as swans, sylphs, water sprites, romantic...

THE KNIGHTS WITH BELA FLECK

Just in case you aren’t familiar with Béla Fleck, there are some who say he’s the premiere banjo player in the world. Others claim that Béla has virtually reinvented the image and the sound of the banjo through a remarkable performing and recording career that has taken him all over the musical map and on a range of solo projects and collaborations. If you are familiar with Béla, you know that he just loves to play the banjo, and put it into unique settings. Already a powerfully creative force in bluegrass, jazz, pop, rock and world beat, Béla at last made the classical connection with Perpetual Motion, his critically acclaimed 2001 Sony Classical recording that went on to win a pair of GRAMMYS®, including “Best Classical Crossover Album.”

“Mr...

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