The Drum Circle TI Florida
Want to know what beach locals do on a Sunday evening? Then take a stroll along Treasure Island beach (3 miles from St. Pete Beach) and listen out for the sound of Bongos!
The drum circle gathers in the early evening and ends at sunset every Sunday. This is truly a unique experience not found anywhere else yet rearly mentioned in tourist guides.
People all ages gather every sunday and enjoy the beats of bongos, drums, and instrument that the locals decide to bring along to this beautiful beach. It is a peaceful relaxing moment after a busy weekend.
Take a swim in the ocean then dance in the sand. While the sun is setting over the ocean, glowing orange and creating a mystical time, the sound of drums beckon.
- Fun for the whole family
- Enjoy the amazing sunsets with the sounds of tribal beats
- Locals and visitors welcome
- Bring your own instruments if you want
- Dancing on the sand
- After dark enjoy the magical show of the glow sticks and lighted hula hoops
- Not a drinking event
- Police patrols (hands off – they leave you alone if you behave yourself
How to get there:
From St Pete Beach, FL drive north along the Gulf Blvd. following the signs for Treasure Island. Park in the beach car park opposite Publix and follow the beats onto the beach.
Take the bus. The beach trolley runs from Pass-A-Grille to Clearwater. Hop on the one going towards Clearwater and get off opposite Publix.
Times: Every Sunday.
Starts one hour before sunset and ends at 10pm Now starts early evening and ends just after sunset.
Updated July 2013: The city of Treasure Island has changed the times and the drum circle currently ends just after sunset. We often arrive around 6 pm and drummers are already there. Sunset in the summer is not until 9 pm.