St. Augustine is a music city of it’s own kind. Home to hundreds of local musicians and one of Florida’s most successful concert venues, The St. Augustine Amphitheatre, you can count on this seaside town to get your toes tapin’ with our open mic nights, outdoor concert venues and nationally acclaimed performances.
Two new headliners have been added for 90’s throwback festival to be held Saturday, May 15th.
The Amp will reopen with enhanced health and safety measures in place, including face mask requirement for entry.
The 25th Annual Gamblefest continues with live stream concerts in 2020 with St. Augustine musicians joining together to perform virtually from St. Johns County locations.
Gary Lee Wingard and his wife Carolyn are spending their retirement pursuing both a lifelong love of music and an insatiable urge to follow the open road.
The transition from rock and roll to Hawaiian music was born out of curiosity, but now Big Pineapple can't get enough of the island sound.
The inaugural festival debuts this month with performances by renowned music artists Ben Rector, Foy Vance, Clare Bowen, and Lele Rose.
With gospel roots and a reggae sound, Rachael Miller is building her success on collaboration and a passion for her craft.
Once he found his calling, this Buffalo, New York native hit the ground running and hasn't stopped since.
Grab a friend and head out to enjoy the sounds of the Ancient City at a local venue.
Get acquainted with the artists shaking up the St. Augustine music scene during this year's festival.
For most of us, tuning into a classic rock station on the car stereo is a pretty common thing. Drummer Oleg Shkolyar never had that chance.