Monday, 21 September 2009 15:39

4th Friday Clearwater Will Get Better Thanks to Free Ticket Drawings from Smooth Jazz 98.7

Written by  Alice Roses
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4th Friday Clearwater - Party on the StreetThe return of 4th Friday in Downtown Clearwater is getting more exciting. In addition to performances by Level 10 and Jose Valentino, Tampa Bay’s popular jazz radio station Smooth Jazz 98.7 in conjunction with Ruth Eckerd Hall will be on location providing entertainment prizes with drawings held throughout the night.

Prizes include:

•         2 tickets to the October 6th "Flavor of Jazz" featuring the Rippingtons, including unlimited food, wine and beer samplings in the lobbies of REH starting at 5:30pm.  Concert starts at 7:00pm;
•         2 tickets  to Bonnie Raitt on October 22, at 8pm;
•         2 tickets to the Steve Miller Band on November 18, at 8pm.

"4th Friday Enthusiasts," as they are called, will be able to register for the prizes at the FREE event which starts at 5:30pm and goes until 10pm on the 500 & 600 blocks of Cleveland Street in Downtown Clearwater.  Even more cool prizes will be announced at the event.
A suggested donation on September 25th is a non-perishable food item for the RCS Food Bank;
Beer, wine, food and wares will be for sale; As always, there will be games and activities for the kids - so bring the entire family!
The Clearwater Jazz Holiday Foundation  will be the benefiting charity supplying volunteers to run the beer and wine stands.  

4th Friday is put on by the Clearwater Downtown Partnership, which is comprised of downtown property owners, developers, concerned citizens and civic groups and is a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote and foster the economic redevelopment of Downtown Clearwater. The Partnership's aim is to name, fund and implement projects that will assist the public and private sectors in averting blight and creating a downtown district that becomes a regional destination. The CDP brings stakeholders together to develop, advocate and implement policies that build an exciting, vibrant and diverse downtown and plays an essential role in keeping the business community educated, informed and involved in the continued success of downtown.

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