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How to Celebrate the Tampa Bay Lightning this Wednesday!

The Tampa Bay Lightning are Stanley Cup champions, giving us another glimmer of hope that 2020 can only get better from here and now it’s time to celebrate…safely, of course!

We think Mayor Jane Castor of Tampa said it best,

“The Stanley Cup is once again coming home to Tampa and we could not be more proud of the Tampa Bay Lightning for embodying the resilient, fighting spirit of the Tampa Bay community and for bringing the Cup home.

Despite every challenge this past year, Tampa continues to ensure that our comeback is even greater than any setback. Thank you to our team for working hard, playing hard, and giving our community something to celebrate. We cannotwait for Stanley to get that tan. GO BOLTS!”

The team returns to Tampa on Tuesday evening after months of being in the bubble in Canada (since July 26!).

Here’s what the city of Tampa is planning, to give the community a chance to celebrate the home team:

2020 Stanley Cup Champions Boat Parade

Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 5:00 p.m.

  • City of Tampa Riverwalk/Hillsborough River
  • Marjorie Park on Davis Islands to Ricks on the River
  • Fans are encouraged to safely gather along the Riverwalk, exercising proper social distancing guidelines, including the wearing of face coverings

2020 Stanley Cup Champions Celebration at Raymond James Stadium

Wednesday, Sept, 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Free Parking beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Doors to the Stadium open at 6:30 p.m.
  • Tickets for the event will be free, necessary information here:
  • They can be claimed at ticketmaster.com, beginning tomorrow at 1:00 p.m.
  • Direct event link is https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0D00593705A569DB
  • Socially distant pod seating will apply, with groups available for 1-6 people
  • Ticket delivery will be mobile only
  • All Social Distancing guidelines for Raymond James Stadium will be in effect.

 

Laura Byrne
Laura Byrne is an award-winning former television news journalist who spent 15+ years in newsrooms across the state of Florida including Sarasota, Tallahassee, Fort Myers and right here in Tampa Bay where she still freelances on occasion. She covered the political beat, crime beat and every day breaking news during her time in Florida newsrooms, but is now focused on sharing positive news stories and events with families in Tampa Bay. She is a proud mommy of two little boys who keep her on her toes and laughing every day. Her goal is to inspire families just like yours to get out and play and experience all that Tampa Bay and our great state of Florida have to offer! She encourages you to share your stories and upcoming events so we can spread the good news.

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