2 Reasons Why You Should Rock With Seminole Hard Rock Tampa

It’s Monday and we’re pleased to announce that we aren’t feeling the blues because we had an adventurous and eventful weekend! In case you missed the Tampa Bay Rowdies home opener and the 13 Ugly Men “White Party,” we’ve got a recap for you. Check out these two signature events that give you the perfect reasons to rock with us:

Tampa Bay Rowdies – Home Opener Tailgate
Saturday, April 11

This past weekend, we were rockin’ out at the Tampa Bay Rowdies home opener with a music centric tailgate! We pulled up in our customized Hard Rock Tampa Rowdies bus with live music and Hard Rock Girls to get the fans pumped before the game.

In order to make sure fans were full of energy, we handed out our signature Hard Rock Energy drinks and free swag! One of our notable jam sessions at the tailgate included a special appearance by one of our very own Hard Rock Tampa musicians and former America’s Got Talent contestant, Justin Rhodes. Justin brought us back to the 90’s by singing throwback tunes and jamming out with fans.

Be sure to check out the photos from Saturday’s game and come “kick it” with us at the next Tampa Bay Rowdies home game tailgate!

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13 Ugly Men Annual White Party
Saturday, April 11

Following the Tampa Bay Rowdies game was the sold out 13 Ugly Men “White Party” that took place. This year’s party was bigger and better than ever with the party appearing in various locations including: Rise Kitchen & Bakery, table games, our pool deck and the Hard Rock Cafe.

The party was put on to benefit, Julie Weintraub’s Hands Across the Bay, a local charity that provides resources by assisting and mentoring hardworking families in need, including those who’ve encountered domestic violence.

Over 1,100 guests were welcomed by two Seminole Hard Rock Calendar Girls who were hand painted dressed in showgirl attire. This was considered by many party goers to be the party of the year, so in case you missed out on the fun, here are some pictures.

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Photos courtesy of David Galindo Photography