Sing Out Loud Festival Schedule: FREE concerts / 200 artists / 15 venues

 

St. Augustine, Fla. – Nine days, 15 venues, 50 showcases, over 200 performing artists. All free and open to the public. This is the Sing Out Loud Festival, the largest free music festival ever held in North Florida.

The official Sing Out Loud schedule is now available, detailing the epic celebration of live entertainment that will take place throughout St. Augustine, Florida for three weekends this September. The schedule with full performance lineups, show times and locations is available online at www.singoutloudfestival.com/schedule.

  • TICKETS: All events are free and open to the public, no ticket needed!
  • WEBSITE: www.singoutloudfestival.com
  • FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/singoutloudsjc

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

The Sing Out Loud Festival is presented by Community First Credit Union and produced by the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division with support from St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, the St. Johns Cultural Council and the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, & The Beaches Visitors and Convention Bureau.

In a convergence of musical genres as wide ranging as Texas Outlaw Country, New Orleans Brass and Funk, Alternative Indie Rock, Americana, Bluegrass, Neo-Soul, Folk, Punk, Hip Hop, Spoken Word, Comedy, Electronic and more, the Sing Out Loud Music Festival, now in its second year, has expanded to include over 200 national, local and regional acts playing 50 showcases at 15 St. Augustine venues during September 8 – 10, 15 -17 and 22 – 24. The free, multi-day, multi-venue festival features national acts including Steve Earle & the Dukes, Lake Street Dive, Wolf Parade, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Los Lobos and more in addition to a massive regional and local lineup.

Los Lobos

New to the Festival this year is a Poetry Showcase hosted by 100 Thousands Poets for Change, a Kid’s Matinee with live entertainment and activities for the kids and two showcases staged at St. Paul Park in the historic Lincolnville Neighborhood on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue between Park Place and DeHaven Street. The Narrow Magazine, Comedy and Gamble Rogers showcases will return this year as well as showcases dedicated to Americana, blues, reggae, hip hop, punk and more.

“The Festival represents an intersection of live entertainment and community,” explains Ryan Murphy, director of the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division and coordinator of the Sing Out Loud Festival. “It is very exciting to provide this massive free music festival to the community; one that features such a high profile and eclectic lineup and shines a light on St. Augustine’s vibrant performance scene.”

A Sing Out Loud Festival Guidebook will be produced and available to the public the week of August 28 at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and in the Folio Weekly. The free official Sing Out Loud Festival app (for iPhone and Android) will also be available for download the last week of August.

2017 Sing Out Loud Festival Schedule and Lineup. All events are free and open to the public!

The Young Step

SING OUT LOUD SCHEDULE

Friday, September 8 

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Doors: 4:30pm / Show: 5:00pm
  • Performances By: Ramona, The Young Step, Brent Byrd & The Suitcase Gypsies and Z.F. Lively

Planet Sarbez! 

  • Doors: 5:00pm / Show: 5:15pm
  • Performances By: Groove Orient, Mustard, Observatory, Light Elixir, Brent McGuffin and Duffy Bishop

Limelight Theatre 

  • Showcase: Comedy Out Loud!
  • Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 7:00pm
  • Performances By: Will Blaylock, Casey Crawford, Amanda Moon, Nick Davis, Sean Beagan, Stephen Baker, Robert Alan Hall and Lauren Bressette

Nobby’s 

  • Showcase: Narrow Magazine Showcase
  • Doors: 7:00pm / Show: 7:30pm
  • Performances By: Flagged Van, Kyra Livingston, Salt & Pine, Mai Tatro & the Moonlight Drive-In, Jordan Henley & the Nars and Jesse’s Girls

Mardi Gras 

  • Doors: 8:00pm / Show: 9:00pm
  • Performances By: Emma Moseley Band, the Firewater Tent Revival and Ancestros Cord

Tempo 

  • Doors: 8:00pm / Show: 9:00pm
  • Performances By: Sugarbeats

Saturday, September 9  

St. Augustine Amphitheatre 

  • Doors: 5:00pm / Show: 6:00pm
  • Performances By: Lake Street Dive, Lucero and Matthew Logan Vasquez

The Front Porch at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre 

  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 12:45pm
  • Performances By: Darren Hanlon, This Frontier Needs Heroes, Shelley Short and Hedges

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Doors: 3:30pm / Show: 4:00pm
  • Performances By: Ancient City Slickers, the Bridge Street Vibe, Hard Luck Society, Jackie Stranger, Christina Wagner and Lauris Vidal

Planet Sarbez! 

  • Doors: 5:00pm / Show: 5:30pm
  • Performances By: No PDA, Shea Birney, Kings Canvas, the Pemberwicks and Kaleb Stewart

Nobby’s

  • Showcase: Full Plate Records Showcase
  • Doors: 7:00pm / Show: 8:00pm
  • Performances By: Stono Echo, Willie Evans Jr, Dillion, Tough Junkie and DJ 3 Clops I

Aviles Street 

  • Showcase: Gamble Rogers Fest Showcase
  • Doors: 2:00pm / Show: 3:00pm
  • Performances By: Lonesome Bert & the Skinny Lizards, the Obscure Brothers, Paradox, Dewey Via and Charlie Robertson

Limelight Theatre 

  • Showcase: 100 Thousand Poets for Change Showcase
  • Doors: 4:30pm / Show: 5:00pm
  • Performances By: 100 Thousand Poets for Change Panel featuring Michael Rothenberg, Michael Henry Lee, Kimmy Van Kooten and Robert Waldner. Moderated by Chris Bodor. Open mic to follow.

Hoptinger 

  • Doors: 9:30pm / Show: 10:30pm
  • Performances By: Go Get Gone

Tempo 

  • Doors: 8:00pm / Show: 9:00pm
  • Performances By: Lawless Hearts and Wendy Kissinger

Lonesome Bert and The Skinny Lizards


Sunday, September 10  

St. Augustine Amphitheatre 

  • Doors: 4:45pm / Show: 5:30pm
  • Performances By: Steve Earle, Los Lobos and John Moreland

The Front Porch at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre 

  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 1:00pm
  • Performances By: Have Gun, Will Travel, Fond Kiser, Shea Birney and Wild Shiners

Planet Sarbez! 

  • Doors: 4:30pm / Show: 5:30pm
  • Performances By: Telepathic Lines, Small Reactions, Waylon Thornton & The Heavy Hands, Pohgoh, DieAlps!, Hardship Anchors and Communist Radio

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Doors: 4:00pm / Show: 5:00pm
  • Performances By: Catch the Groove, Stephen Pigman, Jon Bailey, the Dunehoppers and Denny Blue

Aviles Street 

  • Showcase: Gamble Rogers Fest Showcase
  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 1:00pm
  • Performances By: Lon & Lis Williamson, Jamie DeFrates & Susan Brown, Charley Simmons and Belmont & Jones

The Rosy Cheek 

  • Doors: 7:00pm / Show: 7:30pm
  • Performances By: The Mother Gooses and Dark Horse Saloon


Friday, September 15  

Lincolnville 

  • Doors: 4:00pm / Show: 5:00pm
  • Performances By: Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Doug Carn and Willie Green

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Showcase: Reggae
  • Doors: 4:00pm / Show: 5:00pm
  • Performances By: I-Vibes, Scholars Word, Night Nurse and DJ Raggamuffin

Mardi Gras 

  • Doors: 9:00pm / Show: 9:30pm
  • Performances By: Funk Butter and the Reminiscents

Nobby’s

  • Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 6:30pm
  • Performances By: Divebar, Doug Burns, Holy Human and Bubba Spliffs

The St. Augustine Distillery 

  • Showcase: Lincolnville Afterparty
  • Doors: 10:00pm / Show: 10:30pm
  • Performances By: Michael Jordan

Willie Green


Saturday, September 16 

Lincolnville 

  • Doors: 11:00am / Show: 11:30am
  • Performances Justin Townes Earle, Lydia Loveless, David Dondero, Wax Wings, Chelsea Saddler & Inner Alchemy, Ghost Tropic, Jenny Parrott and special Kids Matinee hosted by Bears and Lions starting at 11:30am!

Nobby’s 

  • Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 6:45pm
  • Performances By: Sladical, Debt Neglector, Mudtown, Whiskey Face, 5 Cent Psychiatrist and Rip Junior

Sam Pacetti

Aviles Street 

  • Showcase: Gamble Rogers Fest Showcase
  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 1:00pm
  • Performances By: Company Man, Lis Williamson & Jim Quine, Michael Claytor, Pine, Matthew Fowler, Uncle Mosie and Victoria Romero & Mike Rocha

The St. Augustine Distillery 

  • Doors: 10:00pm / Show: 10:30pm
  • Performances By: Sam Pacetti

Sunday, September 17  

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 1:00pm
  • Performances By: The Infamous Stringdusters, Dave Simonett (of Trampled by Turtles), Joe Pug, Guts, Colton McKenna and Skin & Bonz

Aviles Street 

  • Showcase: Gamble Rogers Fest Showcase
  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 12:00pm
  • Performances By: The News 76ers, Gregg Ruggiero, Belle & the Band, Katherine Archer and Davis Loose

Café 11 

  • Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 7:00pm
  • Performances By: Joey Harkum, Big Logic & the Truth Serum, Love Chunk and Jesse’s Girls

Asyln and The Naysayers

Friday, September 22  

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Doors: 4:30pm / Show: 5:15pm
  • Performances By: Langhorne Slim, Mariee Sioux, Todd & Molly and Aslyn & the Naysayers

Mardi Gras 

  • Doors: 9:00pm / Show: 10:00pm
  • Performances By: Not Quite Dead and Pellicer Creek Band

Planet Sarbez! 

  • Doors: 4:30pm / Show: 5:00pm
  • Performances By: Constant Swimmer, Space Heaters, Grant Paxton Band, Kenny & the Jets, The Good Bad Kids, Ema Chiswell and Tom McKelvey

Nobby’s 

  • Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 6:30pm
  • Performances By: Tubers, 86 Hope, Teresa Rose, Heat Rash, Bite Marks, Lilac Angel and The Reinhards

Tempo 

  • Doors: 8:00pm / Show: 9:00pm
  • Performances By: Deron Baker and Alex Peramas

The Wobbly Toms

Saturday, September 23 

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Doors: 1:00pm / Show: 1:30pm
  • Performances By: Wobbly Toms, Last Electric Rodeo, The Rubies, Katie Grace Helow, Folk is People, Kristopher James and I Like Dandelions

Hoptinger 

  • Doors: 8:30pm / Show: 9:00pm
  • Performances By: Chillula and the Groove Coalition

Planet Sarbez! 

  • Doors: 5:00pm / Show: 6:00pm
  • Performances By: Reels, Severed + Said, Virgin Flower, Strangerwolf, Gris Gris Boys and Uncle Marty

Nobby’s 

  • Doors: 7:00pm / Show: 8:00pm
  • Performances By: Kid You Not, Mock Toxins, Dylan Nirvana, Mental Boy and I Came From Earth

Aviles Street 

  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 1:00pm
  • Performances By: The Skinny, the Pinecone Shake, John Dickie with Collapsible B, Rob Peck, Darryl Wise, Nicholas Roberts and Timberwood

Push Push Salon 

  • Doors: 5:00pm / Show: 6:00pm
  • Performances By: Tim Savage, Nerd Kill Overdrive, Cry No Mas, OK! Charlie, MNBND and Flo.Wav

Tempo 

  • Doors: 9:00pm / Show: 9:30pm
  • Performances By: Kim Brown

Blackfoot Gypsies

Sunday, September 24 

St. Augustine Amphitheatre 

  • Doors: 4:00pm / Show: 5:00pm
  • Performances By: Wolf Parade, Deer Tick and Blackfoot Gypsies

The Front Porch at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre 

  • Doors: 12:00pm / 12:30pm
  • Performances By: Dan Andriano, the Dog Apollo, the Pauses and Expert Timing

Colonial Oak Music Park 

  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 1:30pm
  • Performances By: Billy Buchanan, Salt Drive Ride, the Grapes of Roth, Remedy Tree, Jason Wall, Davis & the Loose Cannons and Joe Rocco

Planet Sarbez! 

  • Doors: 5:30pm / Show: 6:30pm
  • Performances By: DigDog, Chelsea Lovitt, Claire Vandiver, Zack Slaughterbeck, Brandon Lucas and Christian Powers

Aviles Street 

  • Doors: 12:00pm / Show: 1:00pm
  • Performances By: Buffalo Rose, Haffa Hog, Sunset Monday and Heather Lee & Jordyn Wynn

Schedule and times are subject to change. Stay up to date with all Festival updates by liking SingOutLoudSJC on facebook and visiting the official festival website at www.singoutloudfestival.com

 

The Sing Out Loud Festival is supported by the following local businesses committed to sustaining the arts in our community. These Festival partners include presenting festival sponsor Community First Credit Union, who made a multi-year commitment to the Festival, WJCT 89.9FM, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Narrow Magazine, TRYP by Wyndham Sebastian St. Augustine, Folio Weekly, The Bayfront Westcott House, Columbia Restaurant, Beacher’s Lodge, WSOS 103.9FM, St. Augustine Distillery, Canan Law Attorneys, The Collector Luxury Inn and Gardens and Flying Saucer Presents. The festival was produced in a unique collaboration among the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division, the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, the St. Johns Cultural Council and the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, & The Beaches Visitors and Convention Bureau to feature St. Augustine’s vibrant live music scene

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