Gamble Rogers Music Festival continues its concert series on Saturday, January 19 with a unique and educational evening of live music and cinema.
The event will feature the environmental songwriters Paul Garfinkel, Kathryn Archer, and Bob Patterson who will perform music specific to the environment and to Florida. Following the concert, award winning documentary, Lost Springs will be on screen.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the the music portion of the program will begin at 7 p.m. at Lohman Auditorium at Whitney Lab, 9505 Oceanshore Blvd., St. Augustine.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door, available in advance at gamblerogersfest.org, and at the door. Light refreshments will be available for purchase.
Special guests for the evening are Matt Keene who helped create the documentary, as well as the artist featured in the film, Margret Tolbert. Before the concert and at intermission, Tolbert’s artwork will be on display and guests will have a chance to meet the artist. Following intermission, the Lost Springs documentary will take place and guests will have a chance to meet and chat with the filmmaker. Learn more about Lost Springs at lostsprings.org
The Gamble Rogers Music Festival concert series continues February 8 with Acoustic Eidolon at at the St. Augustine Art Association, and on March 16 with world renowned guitarist Richard Smith at Lohman Auditorium. The 24th Annual Gamble Rogers Music Festival is set for May 3-5 at the Colonial Oak Music Park in downtown St. Augustine. More details and ticket information can be found at gamblerogersfest.org