Who: Mayor Jane Castor, Tampa Bay Lightning representatives, Thunder Bug, and Blue Crew Street team
What: Go Bolts Banner Drop
When: Friday, April 29 at 1:30 PM
Where: Brickyard between Old City Hall and the Tampa Municipal Office Building
As the Bolts continue their run to become back-to-back-to-back Stanley Cup champions, Mayor Jane Castor, Lightning alum, Brian Bradley, Thunderbug and the Blue Crew street team will help drop a “Go Bolts” banner on the side of the Tampa Municipal Office Building on Friday at 1:30 PM. The public is invited to attend to watch the banner drop, snap a pic with Thunderbug and score lightning swag.
Old City Hall, Downtown Bridges, and the Tampa Riverwalk will also be lit up in blue starting on Friday at sunset to cheer on the Bolts.
About Brian Bradley
A native of Kitchener, Ontario, Brian Bradley made his NHL debut in 1985 with the Calgary Flames. After Calgary, Bradley went on to play for the Vancouver Canucks and the Toronto Maple Leafs before landing in Tampa in 1992. He was acquired by the Lightning in the 1992 NHL Expansion Draft where he became the team’s first All-Star (1993, 1994). He scored 182 goals over the course of his career, tallying 312 assists for a total of 503 points. Bradley currently serves as a community ambassador for the team.