Weekend Watch July 23
Making your way downtown this weekend? If not, you should be! The Florida Cup is in town along with several other events taking place. Oh and be sure to leave enough time to get to where you’re going because we’ll be welcoming thousands of friends downtown Saturday night. Use this resource as a guide for more event information, where to park, and road closures.
English Premier League rivals Arsenal and Chelsea, two of the world’s most popular and successful professional soccer clubs, will meet in Orlando on July 23 for the Florida Cup. The stateside derby will be the finale of a weeklong “FC Series” expansion featuring international matches across the United States.
Camping World Stadium, 1 Citrus Bowl Place 7 pm.
Orlando City Soccer Club vs. Philadelphia Union
Join Orlando City Soccer Club as they take on the Philadelphia Union.
Exploria Stadium 655 W. Church St 7:30 pm
Volveré A Bailar Por Ti, "Dancing for You Again"
Raymi Dance School presents Volveré A Bailar Por Ti, "Dancing for You Again" as an homage to Peruvian music and dance through history from the times of the Inca to the present.
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave. 7 pm
Sizzling Summer Swing
Celebrate swing era music from the 30s and 40s, enjoying big band classics from Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, The Andrews Sisters, and more. Orlando Big Band's 10-year anniversary celebration will be an incredible evening of timeless music.
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave. 8 pm
In downtown Orlando, getting around and connecting the dots between events, experiences, hotels, and food is part of the fun. Make sure to plan for additional travel time in anticipation of traffic delays. Alternate forms of transportation such as LYMMO, bike share, and scooter share can help in getting around.
- Bike share
- Rent a traditional or electric bike from national brands to explore. Simply hop on a web0enabled device on a mobile device or computer.
- Camping World Shuttle
- LYMMO is the ultra-convenient FREE bus rapid transit circulator that runs seven days a week throughout downtown Orlando.
- Scooter share
- Scooters are equipped with GPS technology that enables riders to return to return them throughout downtown rather than a specific location. Scooter share companies offer smartphone applications where rides can locate a scooter, unlock it, and pay for a trip.
If you're hungry in downtown Orlando, you're in luck. Die-hard foodies and renowned taste trackers, including the James Beard Foundation, Wine Enthusiast, and the New York Times, have discovered downtown's dynamic food scene. From soul food to farm-to-table fresh to global flavors, diversity defines downtown as a delicious culinary destination.
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