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There are so many things to see and hear in St. Petersburg and the Palladium is one of the best venues. The acoustics are the best almost anywhere... The Palladium give small non-profit organizations like the ONE CITY CHORUS a great place to share their...More
The Mersey Beatles played the Palladium which is an intimate venue where every seat is a great one. Have a look at their listings and get yourself along for a great evenings entertainment..... whichever show you decide to watch.
We regularly attend concerts at The Palladium and vey much appreciate the large, suspended banners that announce upcoming events. Last night we enjoyed the Simon & Garfunkel cover duo. There were clearly a lot of memories bouncing around the sold-out hall.
The promoter of last...More
I went to the Palladium to see the Indigo Girls. The acoustics and architecture of this historic building are amazing. It is a small venue, so there isn't a bad seat in the house. On site parking is limited, but there are nearby lots and...More
Nice intimate venue to see a fantastic boogie Woogie performance. The stars were outstanding Dueling with each other. With outstanding piano performances. Do not miss next year. See their other jazz shows.
Great theatre. Very nondescript outside. Free parking at the lot next to and across (Yay!!) Walk inside to a lovely foyer with stone and arches. Very fascinating. There is a small concession stand with wines, water and few snacks. You walk upstairs to access your...More
Historic building, saw local opera performance here with our children last year and it was fantastic. Wish they had more children-friendly programming. Parking can be a challenge so plan to arrive early to find off street parking and walk to the theater.
We have lived in Florida 13 years and wondered why we avoided going to The Palladium. Now we know why. The struggle to locate parking ruins your interest in good entertainment. My wife and I decided to attend the sold out performance of The Capitol...More