March 5: Rodney Atkins to perform at Tringali Barn, a benefit for INK! St. Johns County

The inaugural Concerts for a Cause will kick off on Friday, March 5 at the Tringali Barn with An Evening with Rodney Atkins, a Tennessee-born country musician with six No. 1 hits and 13 million albums sold.

Presented by Heritage Farms and Adams Entertainment, part of the proceeds will benefit Investing in Kinds (INK!), a nonprofit organization that leads efforts to directly benefit educators and students within the St. Johns County School District.

This socially-distanced live music series at Tringali Barn at Heritage Farms in St. Augustine will feature dinner, drinks, and a concert with designated pods for a group of up to eight people.

“Concerts for a Cause is something that I’ve been wanting to do for a while. We’ve had immense success raising money for local nonprofits through my company’s annual Clays for a Cause event,” explained Chris Shee, owner of Tringali Barn at Heritage Farms, of his company, MasterCraft Builder Group.

“I wanted to continue to give back to the community through Concerts for a Cause, a Southern Rock and Country Music series offering a safe place to watch live music again.”

Concerts for a Cause will kick off on Friday, March 5, 2021 with An Evening with Rodney Atkins at Tringali Barn at Heritage Farms, 7310 US Highway 1 South, St. Augustine, Florida.

Gates open at 6pm and concert starts at 7pm. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, February 12th , will be sold in pods ranging from $100 to $1,250, and are available at

ABOUT RODNEY ATKINS: American country music singer and songwriter, Rodney Atkins, is known for his numerous hits, including six chart-topping tracks: “Take A Back Road,” “It’s America,” “Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy),” “These Are My People,” “Watching You,” and “If You’re Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows).” Learn more at

ABOUT TRINGALI BARN: Spanning 54 acres nestled against Fort Matanzas State Park, Tringali Barn at Heritage Farms is just 10 miles from downtown St. Augustine and less than five miles from the Atlantic Ocean coastline. A property peppered with hardwoods, bald cypress and towering pine trees, as well as two beautiful lakes, come see why Heritage Farms is a hidden gem in Northeast Florida’s natural landscape. For more information, visit and follow along on social media Instagram @tringali_barn and Facebook @tringalibarn

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