Bu Law Auditorium is the venue for the 2019 Bu Law Auditorium & Convention. Please be sure to get your parking pass @ the front of the building.
The venue is located in the Bu Law Auditorium building on the corner of W. 3rd St and W. 6th St in downtown St. Petersburg, FL. It’s a nice venue with some nice amenities, but it’s also a bit of a hodgepodge of various hotels from around the country, including an old haunt of mine, the St. Petersburg Hilton. It’s also the home of the PGA Golf Tournament.
Bu Law Auditorium is the venue for the 2019 Bu Law Auditorium amp Convention. Please be sure to get your parking pass the front of the building.
I think this venue could use some sprucing up. I like that this is the home of the St. Petersburg Hilton, but its a bit small and not quite as grand as the Hilton in downtown Tampa. Bu Law Auditorium is also home to a number of other events, including the International Children’s Congress.
I like that this is the home of the Bu Law Auditorium. It has a good feel to it.
The Bu Law Auditorium is located in the city of downtown Tampa, in the North Tower of the South Tower. It has a mix of events, including the annual Children’s Literature Festival, the International Children’s Congress, and the annual Summertime Culture Fair. It was designed as an educational space, offering a more formal enrichment experience for the audience.
It’s a long way from the Bu Law Auditorium to the Bu Law Auditorium. And it’s also a long way from the Uptown Theater. But that’s just the reality of getting there. Bu Law Auditorium is located in downtown Tampa, in the North Tower of the South Tower. It has a mix of events, including the International Childrens Congress, the Bu Law Auditorium, the International Childrens Congress, and the annual Summertime Culture Fair.
When I was a kid, Bu Law Auditorium became my favorite thing in the city. It was located on the lower level of the South Tower of the South Tower. The auditorium was built in 1968, with the first concert taking place in 1976. Since then the auditorium has hosted concerts by the Florida All-State Band, the Tampa Symphony Orchestra, the Florida Women’s Chorus, and the Tampa Bay Lightning.
It’s an enormous auditorium, and so many people have worked in the building that the entire building has been named after them, including the Bu Law Auditorium. In fact, the South Tower was originally called the Bu Law Auditorium due to the huge number of musicians and entertainers who worked there. In the 70s, the South Tower was also the home of the International Childrens Congress, an event that took place almost every year during the Summertime Celebration.
The name of the building is a little misleading, however, as the South Tower is actually a collection of two buildings. One is the former Bu Law Auditorium, which is where most performers and entertainers once worked, and the other is the former International Childrens Congress building, which was the venue for the event.