Triple platinum artist Clint Black performs live in St. Augustine Saturday, December 5, 2015 during the Community First Credit Union’s A December to Remember hosted by the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. And the concert is free! Not to be confused with the Lexus “December to Remember Sales event” (we bet you have that jingle in your head now too), this event is all part of St. Johns County’s initiative to bring support to those in need this holiday season. To get your free ticket, just bring a donation of at least one canned, non perishable item food item, that will be collected by the United Way at the ticket counter.
Your donation will be distributed out to over thirty different agencies over St. Johns county and the nearby food pantries. The concert is courtesy of Friends of the St. Augustine Amphitheater, a non-profit organization making the Amphitheater more accessible to the community.
Incase you didn’t knows, Clint Black has released over 100 songs and lead the way for country artists from the early nineties to top the charts. Black has been referred to as one of Country music’s brightest stars, his fresh face deeply rooted by his respect for long time country legends, has built a humble gratitude of his success.
What you need to know…
All parties entering the concert must be present when accepting free tickets at the gate, as well as have donations in hand to speed along the process, and once you’re in there is no re-entry. The concert begins at 8:00pm and all seating will be on a first come first serve basis so don’t get stuck “Killin’ time” – gates open at 6:00pm.
The bounce house, Santa, train rides and face painting will not be available during the event so tell your weird friend getting painted like a tiger they will just have to wait.
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