Saturday, February 6th, 2016 from 10 am to 5 pm in Williams Park

Nearly 200 vendors from St. Pete's favorite
independent businesses & community organizations



with engaging experiences & the
“Wishes for Williams Park” Tree

with the Rowdies + special
arts & crafts activities,
bounce houses and rest area


with skate ramp
(tricks contest & demos)

Eat & Drink Local on 3rd Street
(closed between 1st & 2nd Avenues) 

Drink Like A Local beer truck
featuring beer from our local breweries

Soon-to-open breweries pouring their new brews

Local restaurants & food trucks
serving up some of St. Pete’s tastiest eats

Sweet treats & beverages vendors + new
“thirst stations” (selling water, beer & wine) 

Live local music on the
Williams Park bandstand

+ new second stage

Live screen printing

Keep Saint Petersburg Local/Localtopia
commemorative T-shirts

Raffle prizes, photo ops and more surprises! 


the latest





TIME: 10 AM – 5 PM

PLACE:  Williams Park / 330 2nd Ave N, 33701

PARKING LOTS (Wheelchair Accessible):

  • First United Methodist Church - 212 3rd Street North (next to Park) - will have parking available for $10 (fundraiser for preschool)
  • Sundial St. Pete Garage * Entrance to Parking Garage is at 117 2nd Street North, 33701 *

FREE Bike Valet Provided by St. Pete Bike Co-op







10:15–10:45         Deserie & Jim

11:00–11:30         Lounge Cat

11:45–12:15         Christie Lenée

12:30–1:00          Ari and the Alibis

1:15–1:45           Rebekah Pulley & The Reluctant Prophets

2:00–2:45           The Hummingbirds

3:00–3:45           Dan Orlando

4:00–5:00           Betty Fox Brass Band


10:45–11:00         Jun純 Bustamante

11:30–11:45         Rebecca Zapen & LaRue Nickelson 

12:15–12:30         Mountain Holler

1:00–1:15           Justin Vilardi

1:45–2:00           Simply.Abigail

2:45–3:00           Michael J Weiss

3:45–4:00           Danielle DeCosmo






Featuring Arts & Culture Vendors/Participants

Non-Profits Denoted with a *

Art Installation/Collaborations:

“Wishes for Williams Park” Tree – A collaboration between Keep Saint Petersburg Local, Keep St. Pete Lit and local artist, Derek Donnelly of Saint Paint Arts/Public Art Project. Share with us what you’d like to see happen in Williams Park after LOCALTOPIA. Write your wish/es on a leaf that volunteers will hang on the Tree.  

“The Literary Corner” (in partnership with Keep St. Pete Lit & Bluebird Books Bus) with local authors table + St. Pete Zine Fest’s zines, a pop-up BookSpace + the Bluebird Books Bus will be giving away free books

The Bloom Art Center will have a pop-up shop pod featuring Bloom's resident artists + live painting by their artists 


13 Arrows Tattoo – Artist Pepper Raefin (tattooer, painter, sculptor, mixed media artist) will have her art for sale. Her studio is located at 7128 Central Avenue. 

American Stage Theatre Company *  Professional equity theatre that presents its Mainstage Series in the 182-seat Raymond James Theatre year round and the annual “American Stage in the Park” each spring. The theatre’s other programming includes: “After Hours” Series, School Tour, and camps & classes for children. Will be at their theatre entrance.

Articles Art Gallery & Custom Framing  Representing an eclectic group of artists, ARTicles offers an array of original art, custom framing, unique gifts and accessories. In addition to the showroom at 1445 Central Avenue, the gallery also curates a monthly exhibition of featured work in their gallery + the new Leslie Curran Gallery next door. 

Black Amethyst Tattoo Gallery/Dollface – Quality custom tattooing & fine art gallery located at 689 9th Street North + the apparel of Dollface, specializing in cut & sew/one-of-a-kind clothing, accessories and jewelry (mixed media necklaces)  

Bloom Art Center – Best of the Bay Critics' Pick award-winners for "Best New St. Pete Arts Community" (2014) & “Best DIY Arts Mecca” (2015). One of St. Pete's fastest growing community arts collectives. The Center is a 7,000-square-foot multi-purpose venue and workspace where artists create, educate and collaborate in 10 working studios. Gallery | Studios | Events | Classes | Murals | Etching Press | Sculpture Garden | BookSpace bookshop | Look for their pop-up shop pod featuring Bloom's resident artists + live painting by their artists. 

Bluebird Books Bus *  A  project housed in a converted short bus – part book exchange, part maker space—and all about sharing stories with the world. Through events, book giveaways, classes, art projects, and publications, they take words to the street and nurture a community-wide passion for books as treasures of ideas and art. They'll be giving away FREE books. You are also welcome to bring books to donate & share with others!

Calan Ree/Jim Morey/Crow and Lion Art Lamps – Artists Calan Ree and Jim Morey will each be selling their art/pottery, as well as the Crow and Lion art lamps, which they create together. Jim will also be playing on the bandstand with Loungecat. 

Calusa Press Co.Specialty letterpress printing + they have a gift shop (24 22nd Street South), where they feature their own line of prints and paper goods, alongside many other unique gifts from around the world. They’ll be live printing on a small press that day. 

Chad Mize/CHIZZY  The beloved Chad Mize/CHIZZY will be at Localtopia selling his "World Tour" (Paris | London | Tokyo | St. Pete) & “Mr. Sun” + new designs. 

Craftsman House Gallery  Fine craft gallery, café and working pottery studio housed in a renovated Arts and Crafts bungalow at 2955 Central Avenue. Will be doing live demos on their pottery wheel. 

Creative Clay *  Celebrating 20 years of making the arts accessible to all. Provides educational, expressive and vocational opportunities in the arts for people with obstacles to arts access. They serve people with developmental, physical and emotional disabilities, as well as people in healthcare settings, children, veterans, and provide outreach art experiences in our community. Visit their arts center at 1114 Central Avenue. 

DemiGod Studio – Artist Demeree bARTh (aka DemiGod) will host an "I <3 St. Pete" Make & Take activity – adults can get crafty and create something that shows their love for St. Pete + kids can create alongside them. DemiGod will also be selling limited edition “I <3 St. Pete” themed prints. 

Florida CraftArt * – A rare appearance outside their iconic building at 501 Central Avenue. They’re Florida's only statewide non-profit organization exclusively focused on Florida's original fine crafts. They represent artists who work in clay, metal, glass, wood, fiber, mixed media and jewelry. They also host the Walking Mural Tours. 

Frank Strunk III  A phenomenal artist who works in metal. He’ll be debuting new “St. Pete”-themed work.  

Franny & Franky Designs Graphic designer with a line of stationery and art prints including St. Pete-themed pieces. Also specialize in wedding stationery, hand-lettering and calligraphy. Graphic design services include logo design, brand identity and more. 

From Mayan Hands Premier provider of one-of-a-kind Mayan folk art, textiles and handicrafts from Guatemala. Their gallery at 2006 2nd Avenue South, in the Warehouse Arts District is open on Saturdays. 

Graphi-ko Gallery & Jewelry  Their art gallery & boutique is located on The 600 Block at 669 Central Avenue. They'll be bringing their jewelry collection, including owner/artist Wilmer's fused glass pieces. 

Green Street Mosaics Handmade custom mosaic mirrors, mosaic address signs, mosaic name art, mosaic frames and more. 

Keep St. Pete Lit *  Celebrates and promotes greater St. Petersburg’s literary community — past, present and future – through arts, education and events with a literary twist. They're hosting the "Literary Corner,” in partnership with the Bluebird Books Bus and collaborating with KSPL and artist, Derek Donnelly, on the “Wishes for Williams Park” Tree.

Museum of Fine Arts Has the only comprehensive art collection (antiquity to the present) on the Florida west coast. They celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 2015! They’ll be bringing items from their fabulous MFA Museum Store. 

NOMADstudio Art Bus *  NOMADstudio helps those who do not have access to participate in the experience of making art by taking to the streets, tools and supplies in hand, in order to bring the art-making experience to the people, ALL people. You’re invited to add to their mobile mural by painting on their Art Bus. Will have vintage Polaroid photo booth (price TBA). 

Outspoken Rhino – Artist, Sarah Martin, recently moved to St. Pete. She will have artwork from her “Throwin’ Shade” series available including canvas pieces and prints. 

PRINT ST. PETE Community Letterpress – A new project launching at LOCALTOPIA by Bridget Elmer of The Southern Letterpress and Kaitlin Crockett of Oma Darlin’ Press. They’ll have printing demos (including letterpress printing and hand carved stamping), plus their card catalog full of letterpress goodies. 

Rasta Geary Taylor/1 of 1 Customs - Handpainted Everything! – The artist known as “Rasta” provides fine art for any occasion - any type of design, logo, script, color or idea can be hand painted on any type of surface (sneakers, heels, cotton shirts, hats, walls, canvas, glassware, or anything paint will adhere to). Rasta’s studio is at 1701 1st Avenue North.

Recycled Earth Pottery Matthew and Katie Davies are local St. Petersburg potters who enjoy creating handthrown stoneware for your everyday use, enjoyment and aesthetic 

Robert J. Simone – A fine artist known for his passion and expertise who loves to paint the local scenery en plein air. Robert competes in painting competitions throughout the United States and has received numerous awards. 

St. Pete Zine Fest * – An annual event that celebrates independent publishers, writers, artists and creators and is helping to foster self-publication and the DIY culture of St. Petersburg 

St. Petersburg Music Factory  Music instruction school located at 3222 Bennett Street North offering guitar, bass, drums, piano and keyboard lessons for all ages * Play one of their guitars/ukeleles * 

Strands of Sunshine – Best of the Bay Critics' Pick for "Best Sunshine for Sale" offers handcrafted goods for happy people! Locally made art, gifts, jewelry (including owner Amy Marshall’s items), home goods, letterpress, and more at their newly-expanded shop at 633 Central Avenue on The 600 Block. Stocks products made by fellow KSPL members. 

The Genesis  Handmade jewelry by Lauralie Bradford - one of a kind rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets for the eclectic soul 

The Literacy Council of St. Petersburg * – Provides free tutoring to adults who want to improve their literacy skills. Teaching adults to read, changing lives forever! 

The Mahaffey Theater *  Downtown St. Pete's premier performing arts concert hall featuring elegant ballroom space, spectacular waterfront views, and European box-style seating. They celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 2015! 



Non-Profits Denoted with a *
Sponsors highlighted with a ✪ 

“Your New Alternative” radio station with Sunday’s “Local Motion” show featuring local bands

Bayprint provides perfect products to market and promote your business or organization (Printing | Graphics | Signs, Exhibits & Displays | Promotional Items)

Creative Loafing   MEDIA SPONSOR 
Tampa Bay’s alternative media source and the third largest newspaper in the area  

Equality Florida *  The largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community 

Business Associations/Districts:

Grand Central District Association * – A Main Street Community, just west of downtown between 16th and 31st Streets, that is home to many beloved local businesses 

Skyway Marina District * – A waterfront business community located off of I-275 South on 34th Street South from 30th Avenue South to 54th Avenue South

The Deuces Live, Inc. *  A Main Street Community that is committed to the revitalization of the 22nd Street South corridor, while preserving its rich heritage 

The EDGE Business District Association *  A Main Street Community on Central & 1st Avenues North and South between 9th & 16th Streets, that is home to many beloved local businesses 

Hideaway Cafe  ✪✪✪ STAGE SPONSOR ✪✪✪
"St. Pete's original listening room" - A Best of the Bay award-winning original music venue located at 1756 Central Avenue. They offer craft beer & wine and a simple, yet mouthwatering menu, where you can catch an original (often live-recorded) showcase by the most talented local & nationally touring musicians. * Performers will also have their cds and merchandise for sale here * 

Hoola Monsters  Handmade hoops, Hoola-Fit (hoop dance) classes, jaw dropping performances (glow and fire dance), kids parties and more * They'll be hooping in front of the bandstand * 

Here's what you'll find at the Welcome Center (to the right of the bandstand nearest 3rd Street):  

  • Draft Beer & Wine Tickets (we're also selling Prosecco & Sangria) + Water for Sale
  • Raffle Tickets *  Each vendor/participant will have a prize you can win at their table/booth *
  • KSPL T-shirts & Merch for Sale
  • KSPL Stickers and Printed Guide to St. Pete
  • Localtopia Event & Area Info
  • LIVE T-SHIRT SCREEN PRINTING (adjacent to the Welcome Center nearest 3rd Street) 

You’ll also find a “Thirst Station” in the Bandstand area at which you can buy local beer in cans (no beer ticket required), wine, water & KSPL merch + draft beer & raffle tickets

Metro Wellness and Community Centers | LGBT Welcome Center *  Metro provides premier HIV services, LGBT primary care services, transgender health services, social networking, LGBT activities, and other health and wellness programs. They’ll have HIV testing on site. The LGBT Welcome Center provides meeting & event space, a coffee house, a safe space for youth, travel resources, diversity trainings, and more. 

Moore Resources Insurance – A multi-line agency offering competitive commercial and personal coverage through top-rated insurance companies. Owner, Dave Moore, played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

Radio St. Pete – A 24 hour online radio station (on the air now) focused on St. Petersburg, FL and the Tampa Bay Beaches 

Saint Petersburg Preservation *  Their main goal is to foster an appreciation of St. Petersburg’s shared heritage and culture.  They work to preserve St. Pete’s important sites and structures.  They also offer historic walking tours and host “Movies in the Park” in May and October. 

Restaurant/Bar/Office/Co-work – An alchemy of food and spirits. NY style social club feel in the basement of an historic building located at 260 1st Avenue South.  

St. Pete Pride *  Florida's Largest LGBT Celebration - St. Pete Pride promotes unity, visibility, self-esteem and a positive image of and among the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community of Tampa Bay and throughout the State of Florida by way of cultural and educational programs and activities. 

St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Club *  World’s largest shuffleboard club that turned 90 in 2014! Join them every Friday night (7-11 pm) for shuffleboard fun (check website for other opening times) Become a member! 

Tampa Bay Furnishings – A premiere furniture store located at 3034 9th Street North offering a variety of high quality furniture and exclusive home furnishings, accommodating every desired interior design and budget 

tbt* is Tampa Bay's free daily newspaper (an edition of the Tampa Bay Times) 

Treehouse Gallery  Old world rustic hand-crafted furniture and accessories that are an eclectic mix of Mediterranean, Latin American and Asian styles – located at 2835 22nd Avenue North 

WMNF 88.5 has been Tampa Bay's community radio station since 1979 (and Florida’s first!). The call letters stand for: Member-sponsored Non-commercial FM. WMNF is a listener-supported and volunteer-powered station that provides the listening community with eclectic music, as well as non-mainstream news, views and public affairs programming. It celebrates cultural diversity and is committed to equality, peace and economic justice. Its broadcasts and other forums have a grassroots local emphasis promoting the creative, musical, and political vitality of the local community. 

Connecting the area's most active Yelp users with the Bay Area's best local businesses

Zazoo'd –Best of the Bay award-winner offers luxe home furnishings, accessories and gifts with a unique twist at their 531 Central Avenue location. Other services include interior design, wedding/party/event planning, "reimagining" and retail windows. 


(S) below denotes the vendor can be found on 3rd Street
(P) below denotes the vendor can be found within Williams Park

Please note that 3rd Street will be closed between 1st and 2nd Avenues and this where you will find the “Drink Like A Local” draft beer truck | newly-opened/soon-to-open breweries pouring their new brews | local food trucks & local restaurants serving their delicious hot food. Several “sweet treats” vendors will be dotted around the park, as well as 2 “thirst stations,” at which you can purchase local beer in cans + wine, water and KSPL merch 


Avid Brew Company  Brewing & distilling supplies and hydroponic garden supplies + classes at their store located at 1745 1st Avenue South * Will be pouring their Peanut Butter & Banana porter in the “New Kids on the Block” section (S) 

Brick & Mortar  True food lovers and "cooks" restaurant specializing in rustic yet elegant flavors, food made by hand and inspired by fresh, local ingredients (+ unique wines and craft beer at their restaurant located at 539 Central Avenue). * On the Tampa Bay Times’ “Top 50 Restaurants of Tampa Bay” list * (S) 

Brooklyn South – Specialty food shop featuring imported and domestic cheeses, charcuterie (and a fine selection of craft beer and wine at their 1437 Central Avenue location). Known for their sandwiches! (S) 

Cage Brewing – Newly-opened brewery in the Grand Central District – 2001 1st Avenue South * Will be pouring their new brew in the “New Kids on the Block” section (S) 

Dancing Cats Cafe – Bakery that specializes in cake pops, cakes, cupcakes and other dessert table treats to fill your sweet needs + a hot & spicy line for fellow chili heads (P) 

Draft Beer Truck serving brews by St. Pete and other carefully selected Tampa Bay craft breweries (tap list posted separately) (S) 

Florida Orange Groves Winery  Florida’s original tropical fruit winery, producing over 43 different varieties of tropical wines and offering tasting and tours daily at the winery located at 1500 Pasadena Avenue South * Their St. Pete Sangria debuted last year * (S) 

FOODNOW is the premier multi-restaurant delivery company providing premium meal delivery services from multiple local restaurants to residences, businesses, and hotels located throughout the Tampa Bay area. (S) 

HUMANITEA Co. All natural, radically refreshing teas and beverages that promote a free and active lifestyle. The HUMANITEA Co. is a socially conscious company committed to supporting both nonprofit and community events that help to uplift and unite humanity. You’ll find their beverages for sale at our Thirst Staions (P) 

Kahwa Coffee (KahWagon)  SILVER SPONSOR
Voted "Best Coffee Shop" in Best of the Bay for the past 6 years, Kahwa will be there slinging their award-winning coffee drinks out of their "mobile" coffee shop, the #KahWagon, a retrofitted 1969 Citroen van. (P) 

Kings Street Food – Kings brings to life a new approach to cuisine that marries the flavors of street food with the classic vibe of a diner. Their menu at their restaurant at 937 Central Avenue includes breakfast, hot dogs, poutine, grilled cheese, fresh chopped salads, milk shakes, sodas and local craft beer. Some of these will be on offer at LOCALTOPIA. On the Tampa Bay Times’ “Top 50 Restaurants of Tampa Bay” list. (S) 

Latin Lunch Box (food truck) – A perennial favorite that specializes in delicious Spanish/Latin food - specialties are empanadas, sandwiches and their Latin Lunch Box (S) 

Mad Hatters Ethnobotanical Tea Bar  Their brick-and-mortar location at 4685 28th Street North offers kava, kratom, kombucha on tap, kanna, and other exotic teas plus hookah + an indoor/outdoor bar, pool, darts, ping pong, giant Jenga, games, flow (P) 

Maggie on the Move (food truck)  One of St. Pete’s first food trucks and still one of its favorites! Maggie on the Move can be found weekly at the Saturday Morning Market and regularly at 3 Daughters Brewing offering fresh and healthy Mediterranean fusion cuisine (S) 

Mastry’s Brewing Co. – Nano brewery currently featured at CD Roma Restaurant (1462 66th Street North). Their brewery and tasting room, the 1st on St. Pete Beach, will be coming this fall. * Will be pouring their new brew in the “New Kids on the Block” section (S) 

Mazzaro's Italian Market ✪✪✪ PRESENTING SPONSOR (for the 3rd year in a row!) ✪✪✪    
Voted Best of the Bay "Best Gourmet Market" - The Italian-lover’s dream market and a St. Pete treasure located at 2909 22nd Avenue North. You’ll find everything from freshly roasted coffee, to over 75 prepared foods daily in their deli, over 1,000 wine selections and over 300 cheeses, fresh cut meat and seafood, homemade gelato, freshly baked bread and exquisite pastries. Their Casa di Mazzaro housewares/gift store is located right next door. They'll have their Italian meatball sub + cannolis at Localtopia. (S) 

Mmm Bap (food truck) – Korean food truck specializing in traditional and fusion Korean cuisine made with the highest quality and care – they have gluten free options (Chef Mee Ae Wolney appeared on “Cutthroat Kitchen”) (S) 

Mother Kombucha  Small batch, living kombucha tea made with organic, fair trade ingredients served on tap and now in bottles around the Tampa Bay area (including at many fellow KSPL members) and beyond. * Made their market debut at Localtopia in 2015, so it's their 2-Year Anniversary! Wow, how much they’ve grown since! * (P) 

Nina’s Wood Fired Pizza  Artisan-crafted pizza, out of an authentic wood-fired, brick oven that's mobile! Their pizza is made with local ingredients and hand tossed. You’ll find them at local markets and events and they also offer catering for any kind of celebration. (S) 

Pinellas Ale Works – A newly-opened brewery and tasting room located at 1962 1st Avenue South, in the Grand Central District. PAW strives to produce world-class, exciting and interesting beer, using local ingredients whenever possible. Will be pouring their new brew in the “New Kids on the Block” section(S) 

Pipo’s To Go – Over three decades ago, the Hernandez family opened the first Cuban Cafe in Tampa Bay. Pipo's To Go offers the same great family recipes with a quick take-out service at their location at 8 4th Street North (across from Williams Park). (S) 

Ray's Vegan Soul  Vegan/Vegetarian Offerings – healthier journey food made with organic love | Look for menu to be posted on their Facebook page (S)

Rollin' Oats Market & Café  Best of the Bay award-winner for "Best Health Food Market” & “Best Place to Shop Green" - a locally-owned, natural food market and café, located at 2842 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North, serving our community since 1994. They offer a wide range of products - natural grocery, 100% USDA organic produce, wellness supplements & vitamins, clean body care products, as well as their comprehensive deli & café | They'll have information and free samples at their booth. (P) 

Squeeze Juice Works  Best of the Bay award-winner as "Best Cold Pressed Juice" since they opened. They offer clean, whole organic cold pressed juices that are made daily + cleanses. They also sell kombuchas, medicinal shots & healthy fun foods at their 2 brick-and-mortar locations (Flagship store: 675 30th Avenue North + newly-opened location: 18 22nd Street South in the Grand Central District). (P) 

St. Petersburg Distillery – They create high-quality, small-batch spirits, combining the expertise of generations with the artisan spirit of St. Pete. Their Royal Mead will be poured in the “New Kids on the Block” section – look for the old St. Pete trolley they’ve refurbished (S) 

(swah-rey) – A great new dessert bar at 2105 Central Avenue in the Grand Central District with homemade desserts, local craft beers, wines, Kahwa coffee, Wi-Fi and more in a laid-back environment. They’ll be selling their popular “minis” at the Festival. (P) 

Sweet Life Cupcakes – Gourmet cupcakes perfect for every occasion. Their cupcakes are made by hand in small batches with quality ingredients. They’ve tested recipes to find only the best. While they specialize in cupcakes, they also offer pies and cookies. (P) 

The Burg Bar & Grill  They’ll be featuring "Gruban" (Greek & Cuban) items from their popular eatery at 1752 Central Avenue - Greek food & salads, burger sliders, falafel, chicken kabobs and Cuban sandwiches (S) 

The Crusty Pelican (food truck) – One of St. Pete’s newest food trucks (had its debut at our LOCALICIOUS Week “In the Dip” event) serves simple, fresh and flavorful food. Their ever-changing seasonal menu includes sandwiches (breads are made by them) and gluten free bowls. (S) 

The Hole Donuts  Specializing in a variety of small batch, gourmet donuts made with fresh, whole and local ingredients for retail, wholesale and events * They usually sell out, so be sure to stop by early for their best selection! * (P) 

The Mill Restaurant –Brought to you by Chef Ted Dorsey and restaurateur, Jason Griffin, The Mill, located at 200 Central Avenue, is designed to be an all-around sensory delight (unique decor, top-notch libations and Chef’s delectable creations). * Winner of the Florida Trend "Golden Spoon" award for "Best New Restaurant in Florida” | On the Tampa Bay Times’ “Top 50 Restaurants of Tampa Bay” list (S) 

Tidal Boar Ginger Beer – A handcrafted non-alcoholic refreshing beverage brewed from scratch in St. Pete using local and all-natural ingredients (fresh ginger, citrus, berries &  spices). We’ve enjoyed being part of their journey since they launched in August, 2015. (P) 

Treat Yo’ Self Popsicles – Their pop cart (found in the Family Village area) offers Pop Craft Popsicles’ tasty frozen confections sourced from local, organic ingredients whenever possible (P) 

Tropiccool  Homemade gelato and sorbet + pops. Their double-decker bus has been a part of Localtopia since our 1st year! Check out their "Pop Bar" brick-and-mortar in the Grand Central District at 2244 Central Avenue (P) 

Urban Brew and BBQ  Best of the Bay multi-award winner located at 1939 Central Avenue – the first of now 4 ventures that include Urban Comfort, Urban Provisions and the soon-to-open, Urban Creamery. They’ll be there with their popular BBQ items + * They’ll be pouring their new Hefeweizen from their Urban Comfort brewpub in the “New Kids on the Block” section (S) 

family village | health & wellness

Non-Profits Denoted with a *

Acupuncture and Herbal Therapies – Acupuncture & Herbal Therapies/St. Pete Health & Wellness revolutionizes modern and ancient medicine by creating a true synergy of Eastern and Western Medicine. Their nationally recognized practitioners can meet your healthcare needs. They offer: Functional Medicine, Bioidentical Hormones, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Massage, Herbal Apothecary, IV Nutritional Therapy, Qi Gong and much more. They also have a reduced rate acupuncture and herbal student clinic two nights a week, seminars and a two year clinical herbal program (located at 222 2nd Street North) 

Art of Acupuncture – They treat virtually all ailments but specialties include alleviating pain, fertility and pediatrics, sports medicine and overcoming acute and chronic disease. Services offered: Acupuncture | Chinese and Western Herbal Medicine | Nutritional Supplements and Dietary & Lifestyle Counseling | Moxibustion | Cupping | Tui-Na Massage | Medical Qi Gong (located at 2941 5th Avenue North) 

Crossfit Imbue – CrossFit Imbue is a local gym located at 5514 Haines Road North that specializes in CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting, small group and personal fitness training.

Great Explorations Children's Museum *  One of Florida’s top museums and one of America’s top museums for children also offering a national award-winning preschool, camps, field trips and community outreach programs. They'll be there with an exploratory activity.

Growing Up  Great products for your family including the largest, local selection of cloth diapers & accessories, as well as organic clothing & toys + the Growing Up Playplace, where your kids can play while you shop at their store located at 689 Dr. MLK Street North 

Little Light of Mine * – A nonprofit organization offering free professional photography services to families with children fighting life-threatening illness or injury

Living Room Yoga  Provides yoga classes, yoga therapy, cranial sacral therapy, hypnosis, Thai yoga bodywork, and massage for healing and enlightenment (located at 8424 4th Street North) 

makeme studio  Tampa Bay's only DIY studio, located at 3028 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North, offering creative art & craft classes, open studio hours, and unique private events for adults & kids (including birthday parties). They'll have a heart/Valentine-inspired craft for kids.  

Molly’s Suds  Eco-responsible laundry, home & pet products, truly safe for all family members AND the planet, formulated with pure, earth & plant derived ingredients. Found locally at Rollin’ Oats.

Morean Arts Center * – The Morean (consists of the Morean Arts Center, Glass Studio & Hot Shop, Chihuly Collection and Morean Arts Center for Clay at the Train Station) connects people with art through studio classes, contemporary art exhibitions, youth outreach programs, summer camps and special events. They’re providing hands-on fun with art.

Music & Me  Providing the best in early childhood music education. They offer mixed age family music classes for children under five and their adult care givers, babies classes for infants under 10 months old and big kids classes to children 5-7 who may be ready for more independent learning. Sing along with them as they provide mini music classes 

Pathfinder Outdoor Education * – A nonprofit organization providing activity-based (experiential) outdoor, high adventure and environmental programs in Florida. Our programs build community, develop leadership skills, and enhance communication. They deliver fun, challenging adventures that help people learn about themselves, others and the environment. 

Rubin Health Center Improving quality of life for patients since 1995 - The Center (located at 1700 Dr. MLK Jr. Street North) offers a wide variety of modalities, treatments and therapies including: Acupuncture | Chiropractic | Massage Therapy & many, many more + we have Yoga | Pilates | Fitness Studios offering private, duet and small group sessions 

St. Pete Community Acupuncture – Their mission is to make acupuncture, a simple yet very effective form of healthcare, affordable and accessible to a wide range of people and empowering them to take control of their own health (located at 1624 Central Avenue). Will offer free acupuncture treatments.

Tampa Bay Rowdies  SILVER SPONSOR
Our professional soccer team, which is a part of the North American Soccer League (NASL), and plays its home games at Al Lang Stadium. Several Rowdies players will be there to sign autographs and play soccer with the kids + their booth will have a prize wheel with free merchandise to win, including a chance to win home opener tickets. 

Thank You Mama   Family Rest Area/Changing Station  
Wellness center located at 1511 4th Street North offering acupuncture, massage, herbal medicines + baby boutique with organic baby, birthing and nursing products. They’ll have “Local Mama Made” products in their booth + their Family Rest Area will have rocking chairs, baby changing station, shade, lounging carpets and surprise musical guests. 

The Body Electric Yoga Company  Voted “Best Yoga Studio” in Best of the Bay. They believe that yoga is for everybody, even you. Yoga without dogma, pretension, or ego—just good vibes and a great community (located at 685 30th Avenue North) 

The Littlest Trunk A fun and fresh resale boutique located at 1466 66th Street North with a curated collection of items, including some locally-made, for kids and moms


(3rd) below denotes the vendor is closest to 3rd Street
(4th) below denotes the vendor is closest to 4th Street 

In addition to the retail vendors found in the Arts, Family, St. Pete Indie Market & Skate Villages + Entrances on 4th Street, you'll find the following Shopping-related vendors adjacent to the Arts & St. Pete Indie Market Villages + the Eating/Drinking vendors  

Ashe Couture Boutique –Best of the Bay award-winner as “Best Clothing Boutique (Women)” - perfect shopping spot for the boho babe who loves comfort, textures and unique pieces. Their brick-and-mortar shop is located at 953 Central Avenue in the EDGE District. (4th) 

Bodhi Basics  Organic, sustainable, handcrafted soap, deodorant, and body products for people & pups (4th) 

C-Ride Board Shop Stand Up Paddleboards made local & sold direct. They design, build, repair, instruct, rent, race and use their boards. Custom SUPs and large rental groups also. They’ll have inflatables at Localtopia. Check out their full line at 1450 1st Avenue North. (4th) 

Camila Gangotena (Soroche Lab)  Leather products + new offerings (4th) 

Cerulean Blu Stress-free swimwear, clothing & accessories shopping + their newly expanded shop at 400 Beach Drive NE now also carries gifts. Their team of experienced stylists and designers have a passion for bringing paradise to you every day. (3rd) 

Citrus Blossom Soy Candles  Handcrafted soy candles containing decadent citrus, floral, and tropical scents that are energizing, refreshing and uplifting (4th)  

Daddy Kool Records – Best of the Bay award-winner for “Best Record Store” offers the latest releases and catalog items from your favorite artists, plus a wide selection of new and used CDs, DVDs, and LPs. They also offer T-shirts, posters, books, magazines, collectible & music related toys, record care accessories, turntables, and concert tickets. Store location: 666 Central Avenue. They’ll be bringing a selection of their toys to Localtopia. (4th) 

Extra Medium Shirts – They’ve live screen printed at our events since we launched! They’re back again this year with special-edition and commemorative designs. Look for them diagonally across from the Welcome Center. (3rd)     

Glassart  Upcycling with style, bringing new life and purpose to recycled wine, beer and liquor bottles. Creations include tumblers, juice glasses, vases, lamps, self-watering planters & more (3rd) 

Great American Natural Products  Upscale boutique and apothecary that specializes in aromatherapy, vitamins and minerals, fresh herbs, exotic tea blends, specialty brand products for the home & body, beautiful jewelry, gifts, and ladies’ apparel (located at 4121 16th Street North – opened in 1983!) * Look for their double booth (3rd)     

Healthful Hydration  High quality infuser water bottles that are completely BPA free plastic, dishwasher safe, shatterproof, have leak proof tops, and do so much more (3rd)   

Kalamazoo Olive Company  An olive oil and balsamic vinegar tasting experience with over 30 oils & vinegars from several world regions + gourmet food items such as olives, dips, pasta & pasta sauce, as well as high-end housewares such as serving platters, bowls & more. Visit their shop at 449 Central Avenue. (3rd) 

Nardo’s Natural Their products have appeared on Shark Tank and Good Morning America and are created for both men & women and for all skin types. They’re organically preserved, loaded with powerful nutrients & antioxidants and provide skin-rejuvenating qualities. They’re also paraben-free, sulfate-free, cruelty-free, and free of any harmful or hazardous preservatives. (3rd) 

O’Berry’s Succulents  Best of the Bay Critics' Pick award-winner is a traveling boutique succulent store specializing in succulent and cacti container gardens planted in unique, up-cycled and vintage containers + lectures & workshops on sustainability and how to create drought tolerant arrangements (also create items for weddings/events/businesses). You’ll find their items at several fellow KSPL members. (4th) 

Planet Retro Records  Their shop at 2414 Central Avenue is filled with a wide collection of vintage vinyl records (they buy-sell-trade both new and used vinyl). They're always interested in buying vintage vinyl record collections, so please contact them if you have anything you would like to sell or trade. (4th) 

Rock Shop Fine Gems & Jewelry – Perhaps the world’s first rare gemstone boutique and full service jeweler fueled and inspired by the spirit of rock and roll, paying tribute to both the rock that sparkles and the rock that rolls. Their boutique located at 529 Central Avenue also carries a selection of vinyl records (Shop dogs, “Biggie, the Bulldog & Jasper await you). (4th) 

Sleeperwoods – Home decor (furniture, accessories & art) and unique gifts handcrafted in Africa + custom-made items. Their shop is located at 10 6th Street North, on The 600 Block. (4th)        

Smith Wicks Soy Candles –Handmade custom soy candles offering an eco-friendly option for candle lovers. They’re also the only free-standing soy pillars that offer complete customization for use as a marketing or business gift. Available at KSPL members, Strands of Sunshine & Wonderland Floral Art and Gift Loft. (4th)                                                          

Spring Green Handbags  Functional and fashionable handmade one-of-a-kind handbags crafted of up-cycled material. Available at the Saturday Morning Market and The Local COOP in the Crislip Arcade on The 600 Block. (4th)  

St. Pete Threads – Their mission is to curate and create St. Petersburg branded merchandise that showcases our awesome artists, businesses, groups & non-profits. Keep Saint Petersburg Local’s T-shirts are available online via St. Pete Threads. (4th) 

Tangible Labs  Provide 3D printing services for prototypes, custom models and custom tags. They also sell their own product, NerdTags, which will be available at Localtopia. They specialize in making the world a more fun and interesting place through the use of micro-manufacturing machines and 3D printing technology. (4th)

The Trunk Stylists – A boutique that stocks both women’s and men’s clothing & accessories, specializing in women’s contemporary fashion. The Trunk, located at 651 Central Avenue on The 600 Block, offers boutique styles without the boutique prices. (3rd) 

The Urban Canning Company  Best of the Bay Critics' Pick award-winner offering one-of-a-kind, handcrafted and hand-preserved foods such as jams, pickles, chutneys, salsas, relishes, mustards and other artisan canned goods. They specialize in interesting flavor compositions and utilize only fresh, seasonal, locally sourced produce. Find them at the Saturday Morning Market + various KSPL members. (3rd) 

The Urban Harvest – Urban farm growing microgreens, salad mixes, edible flowers, mushrooms, & eggs. They also offer 1-on-1 vegetable gardening lessons for the beginner gardener. They’ll have DIY microgreen kits for the first time ever at Localtopia. (3rd)

True Vintage Eyeware – Provides high quality vintage eyeglass frames and vintage sunglasses from the 70s, 80s, and 90s (3rd) 

Wide Sky – Designs locally-inspired humor T-shirts and tanks. They feature history and home-grown culture that will make you smile :) Debuting new tanks at Localtopia. (4th)                       

All Sewn Up  One-of-a-kind, unique & adorable kids clothes online and at pop-up shops in our area

Beard Brewery – Taking inspiration from the craft-brewery movement, everything they offer (beard wash, oil, & pomade) is hand-crafted using the finest ingredients available.

Black Cat Aesthetics – BCA™ is a street art union made clothing company, started by artist and former chef, Ryan Sky Watkins, under the pen name Pickle Puss.

Boobiepots – Show your feminist pride or just your love of boobies with a handmade boobiepot or boobiemug, available online, at local markets and at Strands of Sunshine

Eclectic Revival 3 – They sell retro, vintage and eclectic items (find them regularly at the St. Pete Indie Market)

Erik Lars Anderson Photography – A photographer who provides a unique view of the world through his lens

Jim Spinx Custom Products – iPhone covers, magnets, pouches, clipboards, trivets, ceramic tiles & more with printed graphics

Kairos Ceramics – “Living in the perfect, delicate moment” Each ceramic collection is created with intention to bring the beauty within a hand-made object to the functionality of daily life.

Latin Pop Shop – A new online retail gallery and boutique representing Latino and Latino-American artists and artisans. We specialize in (but are not limited to) art, jewelry and apparel.

MillerXGoodrich – Art and zines by Michael Miller & Mitchell Goodrich

Miss Johnny Squirrel – Designer, Yuki Osada, launched her brand, Miss Johnny Squirrel, which features a line of handmade, screen printed paper goods and home goods

Mr. Natural's Garden & Bee Rescue  They rescue & relocate bees from people's houses & businesses to farms & people who want to keep bees. They also sell raw wildflower honey & related products. They’re a licensed Apiary and they build & sell complete hive packages.

Natty Moss Bond – Visual artist & musician whose “reconstructed” art is mostly made out of discarded materials transformed into beautiful and unique gifts, including greeting cards

Peace of Mind Smoke Shop Beautiful smoke shop located at 1628 Central Avenue, in the Grand Central District, providing you with only the best local and functional glass art 

Poopy Doops – Artist made plush toys 

Ramblin’ Rose Vintage  An upcycle boutique featuring hand-selected vintage fashion, oddities, costumes, art, gifts & more 

Spectradimension – Handmade original products (wallets, jewelry, planters, key chains, magnets, coasters, journals, sketchbooks & more) designed and created in the US using ecofriendly materials and tools. 

St. Pete Orchid Farm Specializing in Encyclias and their hybrids, and other cool and unusual orchids. They are open every day by appointment (1228 15th Street North). 

Sweet Rebel Boutique – Contemporary and Alternative clothing to satisfy the sweet and rebellious side in you. 

Synergy Studios  They'll be offering massage, Thai yoga massage, ashiatsu, and extending discounts at their studio at 333 1st Street North for services bought that day  

The Edible Peace Patch Project * – A non-profit whose mission is to eliminate poverty as a factor in educational success and diet-related health issues. It teaches healthy living and sustainability by building vegetable gardens in the schoolyards of Title 1 schools in Pinellas County.  

The Indigo Owl – Quality handcrafted accessories, home decor & more, including: cross stitch wall art | felt cat nip toys | hand-knit scarves | purses | hair accessories | seasonal ornaments  

The Loved Peg – Loveable hand-painted peg dolls, inspired by superheroes, mermaids, ninjas, sports teams and more with custom/personalized orders also available – A clothing company hinged on culture change and founded on the idea that, through style and design, we can thread the world together. Their studio is located in the Grand Central District. They’ll have tie-dye leggings available + prints of their T-shirt designs. 


Non-Profits Denoted with a *

4th Street Entrance:

St. Pete Bike Co-op *  Provides people of all ages and backgrounds with assistance and instructions on how to repair and maintain bicycles. Will be providing FREE BIKE VALET services. 
(ShiftStPete will be next to their booth)

Pet Corner: (4th Street Entrance)

Friends of Strays *  BRONZE SPONSOR
A no-kill animal organization dedicated to the care and adoption of homeless pets and funded by individual contributions, wills, bequests, and memberships. Friends of Strays provides services to the most needy section of our pet population, the homeless animals of Pinellas County. These services, provided at their shelter located at 2911 4th Avenue North, include daily care, sterilization and temporary shelter until adoption can be arranged. (4th)   

J.Tails Pet Concierge Founded in 2014 for the love of all things with tails, their goal is to offer safe and happy help with dog walking, pet sitting and other concierge services. They walk, so you have more time for cuddling with your fuzzies. (4th)    

Magni’s Munchies and More They cater to 'Tree Huggin' canines and their stewards by offering 100% natural, healthy dog treats and eco-friendly products with as little impact on Mother Earth as possible. (4th)    

St. PetersBARK  Natural pet market and dog treat maker. They have dog and cat provisions including healthy food, treats, local vendors, accessories, and belly rubs at their shop located at 2435 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North. (4th) 

3rd Street Entrance:

C1 Bank  ✪✪✪ PLATINUM SPONSOR ✪✪✪    
The 6th fastest growing bank in the US is Localtopia's Platinum Sponsor. A bank by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. Their C1Bankmobile, with access to 3 ATM machines, will be located on 3rd Street.

Hannah's Homeless *  Focuses on helping our local homeless population. At their drop-in center, located at 2244 1st Avenue North, they provide clean clothes, hygiene items, laundry service, and non-perishable food to meet their clients’ immediate needs. They also provide referrals and counseling services, utilizing their database of local resources, to assist people with finding solutions that are more long term. (3rd)     

Two Hangry Chicks * – Their mission is to raise awareness, create a dialogue and inspire action in the fight against local and global hunger. Through the humor of hangryness, they hope they can create a world a little more happy and a little less hungry. (3rd) 


Hosted by Local Longboard Company & School of Skatin, featuring skate ramp, tricks contest, demos and DJ Mega

Deadly Rival Roller Derby – Florida's only Banked Track Roller Derby league located at “The Slayground” – 4033 35th Street North

Local Longboard Company  SKATE VILLAGE SPONSOR ✪ A full service longboard and skateboard shop located on The 600 Block, at 659 Central Avenue, carrying all brands + design and manufacture high-quality, limited-edition, custom-made longboards and skateboards using local materials and resources. They carry Keep Saint Petersburg T-shirts in their shop

St. Pete Ink A custom apparel printing and design company. They can imprint graphics on a wide array of apparel using a variety of printing methods. 

No Comply – Will have skateboard decks, apparel and photographic prints for sale 

School of Skatin is responsible for the awesome skate ramp in the Skate Village + they organized the tricks contest, demos, etc. along with Local Longboard Company. Learn to skateboard like a pro with School of Skatin! They offer skateboarding lessons (custom-tailored for all ages & skill sets), after-school programs including pick-up, camps, skate bus skate park tours and more. They are contracted and endorsed by the City of St. Petersburg to teach and run all skateboarding camps, lessons and events at the skate park facilities at Fossil Park & Lake Vista

Two Fold Bicycle Shop  The largest selection of folding bikes in the Tampa Bay area. Their shop is located on The 600 Block at 657 Central Avenue.


thank you to OUR SPONSORS!