Concerts in Saint Augustine


Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band, Keith Urban, Brantley Gilbert & More on June 13–14 (Up to 18% Off)

Florida Country Superfest

EverBank Field

Two-day fest features country megastars, including Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band, Keith Urban, Brantley Gilbert and more

$78.85 $65

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America on Tap – Jacksonville at Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center on Saturday, June 27, at 2:30 p.m. (Up to 26% Off)

Jax on Tap

Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center

Sample more than 100 new and limited craft beers from 50+ American breweries while rocking out to live music

$37.75 $28

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Blood, Sweat & Tears with Bo Bice at Trilogy Orlando on Saturday, April 25 (Up to 45% Off)

Blood, Sweat, & Tears with Bo Bice

Trilogy Orlando

Classic jazz-rock band returns with Bo Bice on lead vocals to perform a fusion of musical styles

$45.25 $25

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High Dive Shows: Hip-Hop Legends, Surf Rock Originators, Beatles Tributes, and Many More (Up to 39% Off)

High Dive Concert Series

High Dive

Beatles tribute band; legendary MC KRS-One; surf rock originator Dick Dale; indie hip-hop; and vulgar punk rockers

$22.95 $14

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GBH at Beachside Tavern on Saturday, June 6, at 8 p.m. (Up to 39% Off)

GBH

Beachside Tavern

Influential English hardcore band plays nihilistic anthems from albums such as City Attacked By Rats; California punks Total Chaos open

$16.35 $10

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Mount Dora Blues-n-Groove Weekend at Elizabeth Evans Park, May 15–16 (Up to 45% Off)

Mount Dora Blues~n~Groove Music Festival

Elizabeth Evans Park

Two days of live blues music from Joel DaSilva, Betty Fox, Buddy Blues Band, and many more

$54.75 $30

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Walker Stalker Con 2015 at Orange County Convention Center on June 27–28 (Up to 53% Off)

Walker Stalker Con 2015

Orange County Convention Center

“The Walking Dead” fan convention packs the weekend with events for zombie fiends and panels with the stars of the show

$48.25 $24

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  • Warehouse 31
    They tell a tale to quake your bones at Warehouse 31?on October 13, 1875, a woodcutter by the name of Billy Turner killed his nine-year-old daughter in a horrific accident. Unable to cope with his grief, Turner killed himself. But the pain was too great for death to assuage. Soon Pelham was under siege from a series of mysterious events. A young girl found roaming unattended along a railway. The sound of a chainsaw echoing from the forest. Glass doors sliding open as soon as somebody stepped in front of them. Today, Warehouse 31 stands on the site of that ill-fated lumberyard, and guests can experience some scares of their own, thanks to a cast of monsters, high-tech animatronics, and gravely unhinged clowns.
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    225 W Davis Industrial Dr
    St Augustine, FL US
  • St. Augustine Amphitheatre
    History is built into the very foundation of St. Augustine Amphitheatre. Built in 1965 to commemorate the city's quadricentennial, the stage immediately began featuring Cross and Sword, a historical drama about the founding of St. Augustine. It was a tradition that continued unbroken for 32 years. In 2002, St. Johns County funded a refurbishing of the amphitheater. Five years later—after upgrading the capacity, constructing a hikeable arboretum, and clearing out lingering conquistadors—the new facility is capable of comfortably hosting up to 4,100 concertgoers.
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    1340C A1A S
    St. Augustine, FL US
  • Ponte Verde Concert Hall
    Formed in the glory days of heavy metal, Queensrÿche rocks audiences with songs that reveal the fierce polish of 30 years of evolving artistry. The band's distinctive mix of prog rock, metal, and subliminal messaging rocketed its Empire album up the charts, launching hits such as "Silent Lucidity," "Jet City Woman," and "Best I Can." Normally reserved only for members of Queensrÿche's fan club, a backstage meet-and-greet lets a small group of the devoted make personal connections with the four lords of loudness, shaking their lightning-fast hands and comparing headbanging techniques. Opening band Driven thrashes through a set of classic hard-rock covers and original cuts as raging as a riverbed full of angry bulls.
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    1050 A1A North
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL US
  • Florida Theatre
    When it opened in 1927, the Florida Theatre was the largest of 15 cinemas in downtown Jacksonville. Today, it's the city's last surviving vestige of that era's iconic architecture. Designed by New Yorker R.E. Hall and Jacksonvillian Roy Benjamin, the venue is a prime example of the Mediterranean Revival style, with a ceiling covered in glittering stars and a six-story proscenium arch. And even as the entertainment industry shifted towards television, the Florida Theatre survived by hosting interactive game nights and concerts from underground artists, including Elvis Presley. The space was renovated In the early 1980s, and today it returns to its entertaining roots by hosting live events and classic film screenings.
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    128 E Forsyth St.
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • David Sedaris
    The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts is a performance auditorium located in downtown Jacksonville. Opened since 1997 and named for the city’s newspaper, The Times Union, it is the home for the Jacksonville Symphony, a 1,600 seat non-amplified event, as well as an almost 3,000-seat amplified concert hall and a 600-seat theatre for stage performances. With its floor-to-ceiling wall of curved glass and peerless view of the St. Johns River, the architecturally interesting venue is a site to behold from all angles. The interior, lushly carpeted with burgundy walls and dark wood trim, holds comfortable semi-circular seating that is designed to capture the action and acoustics on stage. The lobby is decorated with paintings from the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, and has ample space to accommodate theater goers queuing up for a play or concert inside.
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    300 Water Street
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Jack Rabbits
    Jackrabbits, one of Jacksonville’s primary downtown live music venues, is an intimate home for local and national bands like The Hives, Slightly Stoopid, Incubus and many others. The newly renovated bar area serves beer and wine only – though the selection, while focused, features many otherwise hard-to-find craft brews. Though this venue can get quite crowded depending on the act, tickets are reasonably priced and guests can always get an up close and personal experience, thanks to the limited floor space. The nondescript entrance can be hard to spot, as it’s little more than a gray door with the name Jack Rabbits scrawled across. The décor is typical dive bar, dark and grayish with sturdy seating, while most of the focus is on the stage, where lighting and sound are top-notch.
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    1528 Hendricks Ave
    Jacksonville, FL US

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