2021-2022: Festivals & Events in St. Augustine & St. Johns County


Sept. 10-26: St. Johns County’s Month of Music continues to grow as Sing Out Loud Festival adds more artists and venues to the festival lineup. Beginning September 10 and running through September 26, the 5th Annual Sing Out Loud Festival features over 100 free and ticketed performances at various venues throughout St. Johns County. More details at www.singoutloudfestival.com 


Sept. 17-19: Ancient City Con, 2021 featuring Coliseum of Comics COLISEUM ROADSHOW, returns to St. Augustine September 17-19 at the World Golf Village Renaissance Resort. The event will feature celebrity guests, artists, cosplayers, costume contests, console games, tabletop & board gaming, exhibitors hall, artist alley, panels and workshops, and plenty of family friendly fun for all ages, along with live music and stage performances after hours. Tickets and details at AncientCityCon.com


September 18, October 16 and November 20: From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on September 18, October 16, and November 20, Living history interpreters from the Historic Florida Militia, Inc. will saunter through the oldest streets in period Colonial costumes and present a timeline of St. Augustine’s colonial history in the town’s historic district — from the City Gates down St. George Street to Aviles Street, the oldest street in the United States. Participants present themselves to the general public in the garb and gear of the city’s military and civilian colonial environs from 1513 to 1784 and answer questions related to St. Augustine’s rich history and pose for pictures with visitor. More details at https://hfm.club/about/events__trashed/saunter/


September 15-October 15: Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Spanish audio tours at the Ximenez-Fatio House Museum, located on the oldest street in America, at 20 Aviles Street. Built in 1798 by Spanish merchant Andres Ximenez, this historic house also served as a general store, tavern, and billiards hall. It was converted to a boarding house in the 1800s, owned and run by women. Learn more of this story on a tour. Visit www.ximenezfatiohouse.org


Thursday-Sunday each week in fall and winter:  Search for clues and solve puzzles with your very own group of family and/or friends on a St. Augustine Scavenger Hunt with The 13 Keys Scavenger and Mystery — and find 13 locations throughout the nation’s oldest city. Choose from a History Hunt, Haunted Hunt, or a Lovely Hunt and have a blast learning more about St. Augustine while exploring. Details at the13keys.com


September 18: Saint Augustine Ballet will present an International Dance Festival Gala performance at 7 p.m. September 18 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, 14 Granada St., downtown St. Augustine. This event follows a 3-day international dance workshop session with professional dance instructors. Tickets will be available at the door. Visit saintaugustineballet.org


September 18: The Vilano Beach Market at Airstream Row will take place from 3-8 p.m. September 18 at 190 Vilano Road, on the right just before the Vilano Beach Pier. Featuring 20+ local vendors, food trucks, and Airstream shops, the event continues on the third Saturday of each month. Free parking and admission. The October 16, November 20, and December 18 market will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


September 19: The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum will hold the 10th annual Museum Mayhem Event – celebrating International Talk Like A Pirate Day! The festivities will take place in the courtyard of the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum, located at 12 S. Castillo Drive – on Sunday, September 19th.  From 11:00 AM until 3:00PM, the infamous Captain William Mayhem will oversee Art, Games, Photo Ops, a Costume Contest, and a Raffle. All will benefit ink! (Investing in Kids) – a local non-profit program directly supporting the educators and students within the St. Johns County School District.  They strive to cultivate success for students and teachers through funding, initiatives, and inspiration. Visit www.ThePirateMuseum.com


Thursday-Sunday September-December: The WhichCraft Candle Parlor, located at 76 Spanish Street in downtown St. Augustine, offers soy wax candle-making sessions, complete with participants creating their own custom-fragranced candles, and learning to wick and pour the wax. Book online at whichcraftcandlebars.com


September 25: Wesley Wells Farms, 2680 Ada Arnold Road, St. Augustine FL 32092, will hold a Pumpkin Festival + Handmade Market from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, September 25. Admission is $5 per guest. The event will include activities for all ages: pick your own pumpkins, baked goods, local food trucks, sunflower field, fall activities, photo opportunities on the beautiful farm, you-pick and we-pick produce, farm animals, local vendors and more. Visit www.wesleywellsfarm.comor call 904-679-5660.


September 25: Celebrate National Estuaries Week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at GTM Research Reserve, 505 Guana River Road, Ponte Vedra Beach. Enjoy FREE fun and games while learning about our local estuary. This family-friendly event will include activities, art, music, food, and prizes. Complete the Scavenger Hunt and receive a bag of goodies (available to the first 50 families to complete the scavenger hunt). Bring cash for food trucks, raffles, and special activities. Free parking and admission at the GTM Research Reserve Visitor Center and Guana Dam during the event. Visit www.GTMNERR.org or contact the Friends at GTM_Friends@GTMNERR.org. 


Every Thursday-Saturday this fall and winter: Real haunts. Real history. Real paranormal.  A Night Among Ghosts is a fully investigative experience combining a captivating mix of deep rooted, researched histories and amazing haunted locations in St. Augustine, Florida. Group will reach beyond the history, as they attempt to communicate with those on the other side — utilizing intuitive techniques, Victorian Spiritualism practices, and modern paranormal equipment. Details at anightamongghosts.com


September 25: Join Push Push Salon on the deck for the latest merchandise release featuring limited edition crop tops & unisex T-shirts, a Savage Swimwear pop-up shop, 20% Aveda products, a Braid Bar by Rosa, full bar by Sunshine Soirees, charcuterie and appetizers by The Board and More. Soundtrack by Sammy June, Evan Cavallini, Wattz, DJ Fernbiz, DJ Hu, and others. Push Push is located at 2820 Lewis Speedway Saint Augustine, FL 32084. Follow on Facebook at facebook.com/pushpushsalon


October 2: Bogtoberfest will take place starting at 12 p.m. Saturday, October 2 at Bog Brewing Company, 218 West King Street, St. Augustine. Festive German-style beers on draft will be featured. Follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bogbrewery


October 2:  The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra will be on stage at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, October 2 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, part of the 43rd season for the EMMA Concert Association. The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra is “the premier American ragtime ensemble,” recreating the syncopated stylings of a bygone era – Ragtime, Theater, and Dance music, along with underscoring classic silent films. Programs highlight the music of the late 1800s and early 1900s, with selections by composers such as Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, W.C. Handy, Eubie Blake, George M. Cohan, and of course, the King of Ragtime, Scott Joplin. Their silent film programs feature the biggest names of the day (Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd Laurel & Hardy, Douglas Fairbanks, and more), and have earned them worldwide recognition and fame. Parking will not be available at the Lewis Auditorium of Flagler College for this concert season. FREE parking will take place at the St. Johns County Council on Aging, 180 Marine St., St. Augustine FL 32084. Guests will then be transported to and from the concert venue by shuttle service. We hope you will take advantage of this new hassle free parking arrangement. This feature is included in the stated concert ticket price. Tickets: emmaconcerts.com


October 2-30: Nine acres of a local farm becomes The Maze each year — with live music, the maze, games such as a corn cannon, live animals and more at 5995 Brough Road in Elkton, just off State Road 207. From the website: With over 50 years of farming experience, Sykes Family Farms continues to grow. Providing folks of all ages with a FARMtastic family tradition that they can look forward to each Fall. Since 2010, Sykes Family Farms has been providing folks of all ages with “Agritainment”! You may wonder what this means… We combine a 9-acre corn maze full of “cornfusing” twists and turns. Mix it all together and you have “Agritainment!”

  • 9-acre maze
  • Animals
  • Hayride
  • Play Area
  • Cow Milking
  • and more!

TICKETS & DETAILS: www.sycofarms.com 


October 2: Bring the kids for a day of Fall Fun at the Horseplay Therapy new barn facility, Spirit Run Stables, located at 6160 County Rd 305, Elkton, FL 32033. The Horseplay Therapy Center’s annual event will include a pumpkin patch, pony rides, tractor rides, horse jumping demonstrations, face painting, bounce houses, arts & crafts, live music, food trucks, beer and wine, and more. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children ages 12 and younger. The event benefits Horseplay Therapy Center, providing physical therapy for area families: Our organization is dedicated to providing assistance in covering the extra expense for families whose children participate in hippotherapy. Hippotherapy means “treatment with the help of a horse.” Hippotherapy is used as part of a child’s treatment plan for Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy. Therapy is conducted both on and off the horse. Visit www.horseplaytherapy.org or call 904-315-8525.


October 2: Pink Up The Pace is more than a race. Funds raised help serve local breast cancer patients. The organization aims to have a positive impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer in St. Augustine and the surrounding areas. Pink Up The Pace raises money to assist the uninsured and underinsured in the early detection of breast cancer and increase public awareness of the importance of early detection and provide support to survivors and their families. Visit www.pinkupthepace.com

  • EXPO Friday, Oct. 1: Anastasia Baptist Church. 2:30 to 6:30 PM. 1650 A1A S. St. Augustine, FL 32080
  • RACE: Saturday, Oct. 1: Through downtown St. Augustine. Race starts: North of the City Gates at 8:00 AM. Pre Race Activities: Inside Francis Field staring at 7:00 AM.


October 2: The StART The Music Festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, October 2 at Colonial Oak Music Park in downtown St. Augustine. Narrow Magazine and the local nonprofit STArt Now Inc. are festival organizers — with 3 stages and 20 bands from throughout Florida — rock, indie, country, and hip hop! Headliners are The Ries Brothers. Also taking the stage is former Voice contestant and heavy hitting sell out band, Dustin Monk and the Hustle. Regional favorites include The Forum, Rob Hazen and Rohna, along with local stars Gentlemens Crow, Annie Dukes, Stranger Wolf, and Folk is People. See the full lineup and get tickets ($25 all day) at StartNowFl.com 


October 2: Croctoberfest — Brew at the Zoo, will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, October 2 at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm & Zoological Park. Tickets are $50 per person and include live music, 5 oz. beer samples from favorite Florida breweries, food samples from local restaurants, and live animal exhibits at the park. All proceeds will fund local conservation organizations. Visit www.alligatorfarm.com


October 3: The St. Augustine Shores 6th Annual Craft Fair will take place from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, October 3 at the Riverview Club, 790 Christina Dr, St. Augustine Shores 32086. Meet the makers and start your Christmas Shopping early! Enjoy the beautiful Riverview Club located in the St. Augustine Shores Community, 8 miles south of Historic Downtown St. Augustine. The Riverview Club is nestled among 14 acres of manicured lawns, wildflower gardens and parkland along the Intracoastal Waterway. Weather will not be a concern for this event, as all vendors are located inside this beautiful venue with plenty of free parking. Find one-of-a-kind gifts! Call 904-794-2000.


CANCELED: The Menorcan Heritage Celebration 2021, scheduled for Saturday, October 2, 2021, has been cancelled. Thank you for your patience and understanding.


CANCELED: The Datil Pepper Festival, scheduled for Saturday, October 2-3, 2021, has been cancelled.  


October 8-9: Join First Coast Opera for a celebration of fine dining and operatic excerpts on two dates and locations: 

Friday, October 8, 2021
Jax Beach Brunch Haus
610 3rd St S, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

Doors Open at 6:00 PM. Dinner, performance and general Seating. $75.00 Per person.


Saturday, October 9, 2021
Catered Dinner by La Cocina at St. Anastasia Catholic Church
5205 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080.

A VIP RECEPTION is offered that will include a champagne reception with hors d’oeuvres starting at 5:30 PM.  Meet and visit with the evening’s performers.  Includes preferred seating for dinner. $125.00 per person while seats are available.

GENERAL ADMISSION doors open at 6:00. Guests will be welcomed with wine and hors d’ oeuvres.  $75.00 per person.   

All guests will sit down dinner at 6:30 will include a duo of bacon wrapped pork tenderloin and baked salmon served with bread and salad. Meal includes wine and dessert. A performance of favorite operatic selections will be performed following dinner.



October 9-10: Experience the positive vibrations on Florida’s Historic Coast at the Psychic Fair & Metaphysical Marketplace on October 9-10 at the St. Augustine Shriner’s Club, 250 Brainard Drive
St. Augustine, Fl 32086. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, October 9; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, October 10. Spend the weekend for one low price (weekend admission only $10 with a free gemstone), with like-minded positive people. Have a reading with some of the area’s most respected Psychics and Spiritual Mediums. Get a full-color photo of your aura, or have a reiki healing. Shop in the metaphysical marketplace for crystals, gemstones, pendulums, tarot cards, and more. Sit in on the free lectures all weekend. For more details, email physicfair@outlook.com

GREEK FESTIVAL – in-person event canceled / order food for pick-up

Order ahead to pick up October 8-9: The Greek Festival, scheduled for October 8-9, 2021, has been changed to a food order pick-up event. Greek Fest TO GO! is back with your favorite Greek dishes – available by the plate or order the whole pan!

Here’s how to satiate all your cravings:

  • Explore the authentic Greek mouth-watering online menu featuring dinners, sandwiches, à la carte dishes, grilled favorites, desserts and panned specialties.
  • Pre-order your faves online now at staugustinegreekfestival.com/menu2021.
  • On October 8-9, head to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church to pick-up your order via drive-thru.
  • While you wait for your made-to-order deliciousness, pop into the Church for a guided tour.


October 14 and October 17: The St. Augustine Orchestra is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Upcoming concerts will take place at 8 p.m. Thursday, October 14 at Lightner Museum; and at 3 p.m. Sunday, October 17 at Anastasia Baptist Church. Details at staugustineorchestra.com


October 16: The St. Johns County Cracker Day will take place on Saturday, October 16 at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds, 5840 State Road 207 in Elkton, Florida. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the Farmers Market area, with local honey and datil pepper products, boutiques, woodworking, kettle corn, snow cones and ice cream, tack and customized apparel, candles, arts & crafts, blacksmithing, all days kids entertainment and games. Barrel races, pole races and whip cracking will take place all day. Horse games signup begins at 8 a.m., with the first run at 9 a.m. The event is sponsored by the St. Johns County Cattlemen’s Association. Call 904-669-5157 or email sjccattlemens@gmail.com 


October 15-17: The Rhythm & Ribs Festival will take place October 15-17, 2021 at Francis Field in downtown St. Augustine, Florida with headliner Travis Tritt on stage Saturday, October 16! Live music, award-winning BBQ pit masters, artisans, a kids zone, and other activities will be part of this event, hosted by the St Augustine Sunrise Rotary. Proceeds benefit local charitable organizations. Purchase tickets in advance at rhythmandribs.net


October 22-24: The St. Benedict Blues Festival will take place on the grounds of Saint Benedict the Moor Catholic Church, 86 M L King Jr Ave., in the historic Lincolnville area of downtown St. Augustine. Hours are 4-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 22-23; and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24. Admission is $5 and includes parking. Food such as New Orlean’s gumbo, pulled pork, ribs, and desserts will be offered. Beverages include water, soda, and beer from local breweries. Bring lawn chairs for seating. All proceeds go toward the Catholic Mission Rectory Fund. See the music lineup below. Visit saintbensbluesfest.com


Ken Jensen Blues Ensemble
Amy Alysia and the Soul Connection
Str8 Up
Parish Singers
The Warehouse Blues Band (Willie Dixon)
The Brent Byrd Band
The Snacks Blues Band
Duffy Bishop Band
JW Gilmore & The Blues Authority


October 22-24: Join the wild side for three nights of treats at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. Guests can wear Halloween costumes and will meet eerie bugs and beasts, explore the park, and fill their bag with treats! Please Bring your Own Bag. Sure to be a spooktacular time! Visit www.alligatorfarm.com/creatures-of-the-night/


October 22-24:  The 4th Annual St. Augustine Songwriters Festival will take place from Friday to Sunday, Oct. 22–24, 2021, at several venues in the historic district in St. Augustine. Admission is FREE. The festival includes outstanding songwriters, ranging from legendary artists to current hit makers and budding stars, including Terri Jo Box, James McNair, Jason Duke, Jolie, Mark Irwin, Jesse Rice, Justin Wilson, Styles Haury, Tommy Cecil, Melissa Bollea, Megan Linville, Phillip White and Kaylee Rose. Please see below for the complete list of performers and the schedule for the 2021 event. Visit staugustinesongwritersfestival.com 

The concerts will take place on stages at these venues in 2021:


October 23: The 1st annual St Augustine Heritage Festival, brought to you by St Augustine Heritage Association, will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Trout Creek Memorial Park and Marina, 6550 State Road 13 N, Saint Augustine, FL 32092. The event will include heritage vendors, historical re-enactors such as Men of Menendez, Pirates (Drake’s Raid), St. Augustine Royal Family, Menorcans, Glorious Victorians, Geechee Gullah, British, Black Militia and more. Learn about St. Augustine’s fascinating Heritage from the Timucuan Indian Tribe to Florida’s statehood, all in one day. Email staugheritageassociation@gmail.com and follow on Facebook at staugustineheritagefestival

Food Truck Vendors:
Fresh From Yianni’s Kitchen (Greek)
Local Pride Food Truck (Menorcan)
Captain Skallywags (British)
Skillet ( Southern)
Mr Softee


October 23-24: Fall Fling is a two-day event at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds, 5840 SR 207, in Elkton. This home grown festival will feature artisans, crafters, Barktoberfest, a kids zone, car show, live music, and raffles to benefit  nonprofit organizations. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Admission $10 per vehicle. Visit www.staugustinefallfling.com


October 23: The 25th Annual Ancient City Kids Day will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23 at Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo Drive, downtown St. Augustine. Coordinated by EPIC and brought to the community by a committee of children organizations, Ancient City Kids Day is a day of fun-filled activities for children and families. The event is FREE for the public, and will include over 40 youth service agencies offering carnival style games and activities, arts and crafts, contests for kids, and live entertainment all day. Information about community resources will be available for parents. There will  be free t-shirts/goody bags for kids while they last. The only cost to the public will be for food or drinks. The event is a community outreach for Epic Behavioral Healthcare of St. Augustine. Visit epicbh.org


October 30: The Krewe of the 13 will host the First Annual All Hallows Eve Charity Bash from 6-9:30 p.m. Saturday, October 30 in the Magnolia Room at the Fountain of Youth, 11 Magnolia Ave. Music by Soul Fire, appetizers, a welcome drink, costume contest, silent auction, and a raffle. Adults only, 21 and older. Cost is $50, nonr-refundable. Tickets: www.tinyurl.com/krewe13


October 30INK! (Investing in Kids) and Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine have announced this year’s 6th Annual Jail Break 5K run and walk fundraiser. Local activities will be held on Saturday, October 30 with race registration at 6:30 a.m. and race start at 8:00 a.m. with activities until 12 p.m. Run events begin at the Old Jail Museum, 167 San Marco Blvd. in St. Augustine, Florida. Family-friendly entertainment includes adult and children “jail breakers” who plan their escape from the 130-year-old historic venue and run through picturesque, historic areas of St. Augustine also known as The Nation’s Oldest City. Scenic ocean, river and Intracoastal Waterway views are featured in the run on the Francis and Mary Usina “Vilano” Bridge, and wrap up at Vilano Beach Pavilion, 20 Vilano Road. The event is a 5K USA Track & Field (USATF) Certified Course. New this year: Live bands The Grapes of Roth and Skin & Bonz. All runners will be rounded-up as “prisoners” as they begin the race and will be transported back to the Old Jail from Vilano Beach by shuttle as needed. A Halloween costume contest sponsored by Ghosts and Gravestones will include more than $1,000 in cash prizes, and other treasures. Distinctive t-shirts are available with size of shirts guaranteed and this year’s unique finishers medals to those who register by Friday, October 1. Sign up: https://runsignup.com/Race/FL/SaintAugustine/EscapeFromStAugustine 

Proceeds from the race will be donated to benefit the innovative programs and classroom resources at INK! which promotes academic success for all St Johns County public school students and teachers. Visit the website at www.ink-stjohns.org.   


November 12-14: The Historic Lincolnville Festival showcases the history of this community that was built by African American in downtown St. Augustine. The FREE event will take place November 12-14 at the Lincolnville Cultural Center & Museum, 102 ML King Ave., St. Augustine. Click here for more details or call 904-762-9338.


November 13: The 37th Annual Ancient City Auto Show will take place on Saturday, November 13 at Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine, 4730 Dixie Hwy., St. Augustine. Rain or shine event from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (Registration gates are open from 8-11 a.m.). All vehicles are welcome and the Top 30 vehicles will receive wall plaques chosen by participant voting. FREE admission for spectators. Call 904-806-4625 or visit www.ancientcity.aaca.com 


November 13: Presented by Don’s Friends, the Endless Summer 10K & 5K Beach Run/Walk was originally set to take place Saturday, September 11 at Anastasia State Park. The race has been postponed to November 13 and is SOLD OUT. Visit www.donsfriend.com


November 13-14:  Starting from Francis Field, the Kids Fun Run begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 13.  On Sunday, the Half Marathon starts at 6:45 a.m.; the 10K Run starts at 6:50 a.m.; and the 5k run starts at 7 a.m. The awards ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. Francis Field is located at 25 West Castillo Drive, downtown St. Augustine. Visit www.staugustinehalfmarathon.com 


November 13-14: Two days of events showcasing classic and new collectors’ cars will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. November 13-14 at 245 Nocatee Center Way, Ponte Vedra Beach. FREE admission for spectators. Visit www.pvautoshow.com or call 904-994-5662


November 20-January 31: The 28th annual Nights of Lights opens on Saturday, Nov. 17 during Light-Up Night, an event that includes live music in the Plaza de la Constitucion, between King Street and Cathedral Place in downtown St. Augustine. Light-Up Night is Saturday, November 20 with music starting at 5:30 p.m., and the lighting ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m. Each year, former St. Augustine mayors gather to flip the switch during Light Up Night. The City of St. Augustine’s giant tree in the Plaza de la Constitucion is lit first, then all the lights come on surrounding the area. Many families start the holiday season with this tradition — going to dinner downtown and and then watching as the lights are turned on. Nights of Lights, which includes more than 3 million lights on city buildings and businesses, continues through Jan. 31, 2020. Visit nightsoflights.com


November 20 through Jan. 31: The 13 Keys Scavenger and Mystery offers an interactive experience throughout the nation’s oldest city. During Nights of Lights through January 31, this scavenger hunt features holiday-themed fun as guests make their way through the historic district under 3.5 million lights – following clues, solving puzzles, and cool photo challenges! This adventure is fun for all ages! What to bring? An attitude for fun, your wits, comfortable weather-appropriate clothing and shoes, and a fully-charged cell phone. The 13 Keys provides everything else you need to have a great time in the ancient city! Book online at www.the13keys.com or call 904-217-9164.


POSTPONED TO THANKSGIVING WEEKEND 2022: The annual Fall Art & Craft Festival, hosted by the St. Augustine Art Association, traditionally is held on Thanksgiving weekend at Francis Field. The 2021 event is postponed and the event will take place on Thanksgiving weekend in 2022. Visit staugustineartfestival.com 


December 4: The 66th Annual St. Augustine Christmas Parade will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, December 4, 2021. The parade begins at the parking lot of the Mission Nombre de Dios off San Marco Avenue and continues south on Avenida Menendez along the bayfront, west on Cathedral Place, and north on Cordova Street. For more information or to volunteer, contact Linda Abbott at 904-824-4997.


December 2021: A version of Luminary Night will take place at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum. More details to be announced in the coming months. Visit staugustinelighthouse.org


December 18-19: The Saint Augustine Ballet presents the 13th Annual Nutcracker — a timeless classic featuring professional ballet dancers and dance students around the area. This holiday favorite will be staged December 18-19, 2021 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College. Visit saintaugustineballet.org

1:30 p.m. Saturday, December 18
7 p.m. Saturday, December 18
2 p.m. Sunday, December 19


January 20-23, 2022: The Saint Augustine Film Festival will take place January 20-23, 2022 on the Flagler College campus and at venues throughout St. Augustine. Tickets will go on sale in November 2021. Stay updated at www.staugfilmfest.com


February 19, 2022: Live music on 30+ porches of historic homes in the Lincolnville neighborhood of downtown St. Augustine will take place on Saturday, February 19. More details will be announced in the coming months. Stay updated at lincolnvilleporchfest.org


February 25-26, 2022: Experience a weekend of events featuring Spanish wine. This tasty event connects St. Augustine to our city’s Spanish heritage through a series of special events that feature Spanish wine, cuisine and culture. For more information visit www.spanishwinefestival.com


March 5, 2022: Join the Junior Service League of St. Augustine on Saturday, March 5 for the 38th Annual Lighthouse 5k & Fun Run. Managed by RaceSmith, Inc., the Lighthouse 5k is a chipped race that serves as a qualifier for the famed Gate River Run. Start time is 4:30 p.m. at the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Register here


March 5, 2022: Lighthouse Night Fest will grant FREE admission to the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum on Saturday, March 4 from 4 to 8 p.m., with exhibits, activities, and the Lighthouse tower open for the public. The annual Lighthouse 5k & Fun Run will take place at 4:30 p.m. (see details below). Go to staugustinelighthouse.org or stay updated on Facebook.


March 12-13, 2o22: The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival features world famous Celtic bands, a pre-festival Whiskey Tasting, Highland games, Celtic artisans and food, live music on two stages, and a variety of entertainment. The festival is held at Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo Drive, downtown St. Augustine. The event also includes the St. Augustine St. Patrick’s Day parade at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 12. Tickets are available at CelticStAugustine.com


March 14, 2022: A celebration of the Emerald Isle’s most revered saint. Northeast Florida’s ONLY St. Patrick’s Day Parade begins at 10 a.m.Saturday, March 12 at Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo Drive, downtown St. Augustine. The parade travels down Orange Street to Avenida Menendez (the bayfront), then to Cathedral Place, next on Cordova Street, then back to Orange Street. Spectators are encouraged to arrive early to claim a spot along the parade route, then follow the parade to the Celtic Festival at Francis Field. Details at CelticStAugustine.com


May 7, 2022: In 2019, this event made history by bringing the firstt Latin American Festival ever to America’s Oldest City — St Augustine, Florida. The festival is kid-friendly, so bring your whole family to experience a day filled with Latin Music, Dance, Workshops, Art, Games, Food & Adult Beverages! Performances, activities, workshops, and schedules will be announced throughout the year. We have limited space so Purchase your tickets today!!! Event is Rain or Shine. Ticket prices are $10 general admission and $60 for VIP.  Musical & Dance groups will be performing on and off the main stage throughout the day with a mixture of styles ranging from across Latin America. Cultural Exhibitions will be an exciting way to learn about various Latin American Cultures. Five artists will participate in the Mural Exhibition. The VIP section in 2019 sold out with with 350 passionate fans that enjoyed performer meet & greets, front of stage access, private seated and standing tables under the canopy, private bathrooms with A/C, private access to the VIP Bar, and creative Latin American Inspired Hors d’ oeuvre supplied by a Local Chef. For 2022, the VIP area will be expanded to 500 with more activities and private performances,  which will be announced. Visit unidosenlamusica.com


Wednesday Market at the St. Augustine Beach Pier

Every Wednesday: Fresh produce, arts and crafts, and prepared food from local vendors is available from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the St. Johns County Ocean Pier, 350 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine Beach. More than 40 vendors offer a variety of items including paintings, photography and jewelry. Facebook page

Coconut Barrel Farmers Market

Every Thursday: Coconut Barrel will hold a Farmers Market on select dates at 3175 US 1, Saint Augustine, FL 32086. This artisan market opens its parking lot each week for produce vendors, food trucks, artists and artisans. Stay updated on the Facebook page

St. Augustine Amphitheatre Farmers Market

Every Saturday: Find fresh produce, plants, bread, cheese, handmade products, fine art and crafts from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A South, just south of the lighthouse. Also at the market, art classes and live music. Free parking and admission. Facebook page

Salt Air Farmers Market

Every Sunday: The Salt Air Farmers Market runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday year-round at the Marineland Marina, 101 Tolstoy Lane, from A1A South, across the street from Marineland Dolphin Adventure. The market features locally grown produce, seafood, bread, fruit, honey, soaps, tide clocks, art and more. Free admission and parking. Go to www.saltairfarmersmarket.com or the Facebook page

Nocatee Market

Third Saturday: The Nocatee Farmers Market features more than 70 vendors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every third Saturday of the month in the Nocatee community. Free admission and parking in the Nocatee community in Ponte Vedra Beach. Go to www.nocatee.com for details.

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