2019 Free Summer Music, Movies and Family Fun in St. Augustine

It’s summer and St. Augustine plays host to free live music and free movies from May to September. See details below:


The St. Augustine Beach Civic Association will host the 17th Annual Music by the Sea Concert Series in 2019, running each Wednesday from May 15 through September 11 at the St. Johns County Pier Park, 350 A1A Beach Blvd., in St. Augustine Beach.

Music by the Sea is a FREE concert series for visitors and locals alike. In addition to area bands performing each week, local restaurants serve dinner, with meals at $10 or less!

Food service begins at 6p.m. and the bands play from 7 to 9 p.m. each week. Go to sabca.org for more details.

2019 Music by the Sea Schedule

5/15/2019 Jax English Salsa Band Latin Amici Italian
5/22/2019 Amy Alysia & Soul Operation R & B – Soul & more Big Island Bowls
5/29/2019 Vegas Gray 70’s & 80’s Rock Purple Olive
6/5/2019 Peter Karp Band Blues – Rock – Soul By Design Catering
6/12/2019 Slang 80’s Tribute LaStrada Italian
6/19/2019 Josh Stewart Band Country – Rock Obi’s Fillin’ Station
6/26/2019 Those Guys Classic & Southern Rock Sporks
7/3/2019 Ain’t 2 Proud Pop Dance Tide’s Oyster Co. & Grill
7/10/2019 JW Gilmore Blues Weenee Panini
7/17/2019 Soulfire – Beach 105.5 Night Funk – Disco – Pop Africa Love Kitchen
7/24/2019 Duffy Bishop Band Jazz – Blues & more Auntie Anns Pretzel Truck
7/31/2019 Bluez Dudes Blues – Classic Rock Fried Chicken Kitchen
8/7/2019 STR8-Up Dance – Pop – Disco Tide’s Oyster Co. & Grill
8/14/2019 Grapes of Roth Classic & Alternative Rock Mellow Mushroom
8/21/2019 Catch the Groove Jazz Late Risers Food Truck
8/28/2019 Southern Chaos – Country 106.3 Night Country By Design Catering
9/4/2019 Not Quite Dead Tie Dye Rock FA Café
9/11/2019 Chilula Pop, Dance & More Sunset Grille


The FREE summer film series called Movies by the Bay continues from June 12 through July 31 at Colonial Oak Music Park, 33 Saint George St., hosted by Ripley’s Believe it or Not St. Augustine and the Colonial Oak Music Park.

Movies begin at 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday, from June 7 through Aug. 9 — the lineup includes Smallfoot, The House with Clock in its Walls, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Aquaman, Lego Movie 2, Incredibles 2, and How to Train Your Dragon 3. SEE THE FULL SCHEDULE BELOW …


  • June  12: Smallfoot
  • June 19: The House with the Clock in its Walls
  • June 26: Ralph Breaks the Internet
  • July 10: Aquaman
  • July 17: Lego Movie 2 – The Second Part
  • July 24: Incredibles 2
  • July 31: How to Train Your Dragon 3


Concerts in the Plaza, St. Augustine’s free summer-long music series, returns for its 29th season serving up some of the best musical entertainment in Northeast Florida.

The series includes two-hour concerts held every Thursday at 7:00pm starting May 30 and continuing through August 29 with a special performance on July 4, beginning at 6:00pm. For complete information including a printable schedule visit www.CityStAug.com/Concerts.

 Concerts in the Plaza 2019 Schedule 


The Amp St. Augustine and Community First Credit Union proudly announce the return of the free, family-friendly summer film series, “Community First Night Owl Cinema.” The wildly popular film series draws thousands of moviegoers who come to enjoy free, family-friendly films projected on a giant 18- by 32-foot screen on the Amp’s main stage. The series is free and open to all ages, with free parking and concessions available for purchase.

The 2019 Community First Night Owl Cinema Series features four family-friendly movies, complemented by costume contests, ticket giveaways and more.

Night Owl Cinema Series Schedule

Gates open at 7 p.m., Movie starts at 8 p.m.

  • Sunday, June 2: The Wedding Singer
  • Friday, June 14: Jumanji, Welcome to the Jungle
  • Friday, July 12: Endless Summer
  • Friday, August 9: A League of their Own


The St. Augustine Music Festival (SAMF) returns for its 13th summer season of free classical music concerts in the historic Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine.

Six performances are staged over two weekends, (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday), June 20-22 and June 27-29, with all concerts starting at 7:30 pm. More details at staugustinemusicfestival.org

Founded in 2007 by Jacksonville musicians Jorge A. Peña and Jin Kim-Peña, the festival welcomes audiences as varied as its concert programs. Classical music “newbies” mingle with seasoned aficionados, true to the festival’s mission to educate, elevate, and entertain all through great music, regardless of ability to pay for a ticket. Individual and corporate donors support the festival financially to keep the concerts free to the public.

SAMF creates world-class concerts with professional musicians of the highest caliber. Many of the musicians are members of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. SAMF, the largest, free festival of its kind in the United States, has become a beloved summer “must-do” in Northeast Florida’s cultural life. Its concerts have been featured on National Public Radio’s “Performance Today.”


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