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8 fun things to do this weekend in Tampa Bay: Feb 14-15

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The Florida State Fair is celebrating its 110th year. The Florida State Fair is celebrating its 110th year.

Can't figure out what to do this weekend? We found these 8 fun things.

1) Clearwater Sea-Blue Festival (Saturday, Sunday)

A feast for the ears and tummy. The 8th annual festival at Coachman Park is sponsored by the City of Clearwater and will feature some of the finest blues musicians live in concert and great Tampa Bay seafood. Get the details here.

2) Busch Gardens Bands, Brew & BBQ (Saturday, Sunday)

Feel like shaking your groove thing? Grammy award-winning Earth, Wind & Fire performs on Saturday, Sugar Ray and the Gin Blossoms perform on Sunday. Eat barbecue, too! Get the details here.

3) Florida State Fair (Saturday, Sunday)

A Tampa Bay favorite. This is the 110th year for the Florida State Fair which features live music, carnival rides, animal exhibits, fair food and much more. Get the details here.

4) St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market (Saturday morning)

This popular market is kid and dog-friendly and features a wide variety of vendors offering everything from handcrafted items to unique foods and fresh produce, flowers and plants. Make it a day and explore downtown St. Pete's waterfront area and unique shops. Get the details here.

5) Downtown Dunedin Craft Festival (Saturday, Sunday)

Our mild Florida winter weather is perfect for outdoor fairs. The craft festival features handmade items from the U.S. including ceramic planters, functional pottery, hair accessories, handmade one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces. The festival also features an expansive Green Market. Get the details here.

6) Sarasota Winter Opera Festival 2014 (Saturday)

Feeling sophisticated? How about a night at the opera? Tickets start at the budget-friendly price of $19. Get the details here.

7) Tampa Bay Bridal Show (Sunday)

Planning on getting hitched someday? From flowers, to gowns, cake, photographers and much more, you can get plenty of ideas for your wedding all in one place. Get the details here.

8) Valentine’s Weekend Parents’ Night Out at Lowry Park Zoo (Friday, Saturday)

Grab the kiddos, Lowry’s Park’s Zoo School is offering professional child care service for kids ages 3 and up, so parents can have a date night at the zoo’s “Wild at Heart” event. Get the details here.

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