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Sunset on the Bay Sarasota

Make plans to celebrate a Sarasota Sunset on the Bay welcoming guests from the World Rowing Championships and visitors from around the world. The free event will take place on the Van Wezel bayside lawn and will welcome Yesterdayze and the West Coast Black Theatre Troupe to the outdoor stage on Saturday, September 30, 2017, from 4PM-8PM.

This is the first public event that the Sarasota Bayfront Planning Organization (SBPO), the non-profit organization behind ‘The Bay Project’, has announced. The free public event is designed to engage the community in imagining the possibilities along Sarasota’s Bayfront.

As the World Rowing Championships come to a close, guests from around the world are invited to mingle with the Sarasota community during Sunset on

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If you haven’t been able to get to the World Rowing Championships in person, there are plenty of ways to stay up-to-date on the latest races…

  •  Live audio commentary and live race tracker will be available for all races on www.worldrowing.com
  • Live video streaming will be available for all races over the first four days, then A/B semi-finals (28- 29 September) and all A-finals (29 September – 1 October) on www.worldrowing.com.
  • Follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for behind the scenes interviews, live updates, photos and more
  • Also available on worldrowing.com
    • Startlists / Schedule
    • Results
    • News / Photos / Liveblog / Quotes from athletes
  • NBCSN is scheduled to show three programs of edited highlights in the
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With time to spare before the highly anticipated World Rowing Championships, the Finish Tower at Nathan Benderson Park is complete! At 102 feet tall with floor-to-ceiling windows, the tower allows amazing views of the rowing course and surrounding area. Deemed by FISA officials as the best finish-line tower in the world, the tower was designed by local architect Guy Peterson and was built to meet FISA guidelines. The building will also be used for non-rowing related events.

Spectators purchasing VIP tickets will enjoy access to the tower with prime viewing as athletes approach the finish line.

 

Aerial View Nathan Benderson Park

 

 

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