Know Before You Go – Tampa Noles Block Party

What time is the event?

VIP: 12:15pm – 4pm.
General Admission: 2:30pm – 4pm.
The Italian Club will officially close at 4pm for all parties.

What does VIP include?

VIP admission includes a private premium tailgate experience on the air-conditioned second floor of the Italian Club, complete with early entry at 12:15pm, open bar and all-you-can-eat food, a live Q&A session with Bud Elliott and Ingram Smith, entry into a raffle for two tickets to the FSU vs. LSU game, performances from the Marching Chiefs and so much more!

Do I need to bring anything?

All you need is your ticket ready for check-in, FSU gear, and a Seminole spirit! Be sure to have your ticket ready to be scanned on your phone or a printout.

Which venues are participating?

The full list of participating venues is at the top of the page, on our social media @tampanoles and on the AppyHour app, along with all drink specials.

Will I be able to get into the bars without a wristband?

No, entry is reserved only for those with an official Tampa Noles Block Party wristband.

Are tickets still available?

Yes, click the link here to purchase tickets.

Will tickets be available for purchase the day of the event?

Yes, tickets will be available for purchase by credit card/Apple Pay only.

How do I make the most of my day?

Invite your friends, wear your FSU gear, and download the AppyHour app to view a map of participating venues and their corresponding drink specials. Be sure to participate in our Scavenger Hunt by finding the QR code in each bar and scanning it for a chance to win awesome prizes!

What if it rains?

We party rain or shine!!

Where do the ticket proceeds go?

The Tampa Bay Seminole Club is a volunteer-run non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which provides FSU scholarships to Tampa Bay area students and financial support to the FSU community thanks to partnerships with the FSU Alumni Association Endowment Fund, FSU CARE Program, and Hillsborough Education Foundation. Proceeds from the Tampa Noles Block Party will benefit scholarships for FSU students local to Hillsborough and Pasco Counties.

Can I get a refund if I can’t make it?

Unfortunately, this event is non-refundable. Proceeds from the Tampa Noles Block Party benefit scholarships for local FSU students; please consider your ticket a charitable donation. We recommend selling or gifting your ticket to someone who would enjoy the event.

Where can I see photos from the event?

Photos will be sent directly to your phone number for ease of access upon inputting it with the photographer.


Please note: This is a 21 and up event.

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