Sept. 1 – 23
The Sing Out Loud Music Festival, the largest free music festival in St. Johns County, returns for four weekends this September. Hundreds of performances will take place at multiple music venues around St. Augustine in an epic celebration of local, regional and national singers, songwriters and musicians.
In a convergence of musical genres as wide-ranging as folk-tinged indie pop, powerhouse soul, conscientious punk rock, bittersweet Americana, progressive bluegrass, alternative country and more, this year’s Sing Out Loud Festival carries on the tradition of presenting an exciting and eclectic mix of local, national and regional singers, songwriters and musicians. The initial artist lineup includes performances by Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, The Decemberists, Against Me!, Lucero, Rising Appalachia, The Mountain Goats, Leftover Salmon, American Aquarium, War On Women, The Weepies, Chuck Ragan, Tim Barry, Southern Avenue, The Commonheart, David Dondero, Leah Song, Al Riggs and hundreds more.
The festival will be held between September 1 and 23 with performances at various locations around St. Augustine. Performances are free and open to the public, with reserved seating available for the September 22 Main Showcase featuring Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, The Decemberists and Lucero at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. For a minimum donation of $25, attendees may purchase a reserved seat, guaranteeing their seat location or access to the standing pit during the showcase. Proceeds from the donations will go to the Betty Griffin Center to assist in their mission of working to end domestic violence and sexual abuse in St. Johns County.
Visit www.singoutloudfestival.com and download the Sing Out Loud Festival app.
Sept. 1 – 23