Originally built as a church in 1925, the Palladium at St Petersburg College was established in 1998 and is today an award-winning performing arts centre. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Palladium combines rich heritage with a range of dazzling concerts and premier performances.
Whether you’re in the 850-seat Hough Hall with its world-class sound system or kicking back in the intimate 175-seat nightclub Side Door, you’ll discover why the historic Palladium Theater is consistently ranked as one of Tampa Bay’s best venues to see talented artists perform. The theatre’s intimate ambience is the perfect setting to enjoy blues, jazz, classical, dance, acoustic, rock, opera and theatre while you sit at one of their cosy candlelit tables.
If you’re driving to the Palladium, be sure to arrive in time to secure one of the free parking spaces. The theatre is located about four blocks from the centre of downtown St Petersburg, Florida, in one of the city’s most historic neighbourhoods. You can also use the city’s buses, trolleys or taxis to reach the theatre.