Gregg Allman at Florida Theatre

Jacksonville’s Florida Theatre hosts Gregg Allman and JJ Grey & Mofro on New Year’s Eve.
Rolling Stone magazine, the country’s premier authority on music, politics, and popular culture, has published a list of New Years Eve 2013’s hottest concerts. From Manhattan’s Times Square to Southern California, the list is a definitive guide of the best places to ring in 2014 from coast to coast. According to the magazine, Jacksonville will be one of the hottest places to ring in the 2014 this year.
Fans on Florida’s First Coast are invited to join Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman and North Florida native JJ Grey & Mofro to toast 2014 at the Florida Theatre on December 31, 2013 at 9pm for a very special New Year’s Eve concert.
Of the 34 concerts named by Rolling Stone Magazine, only 5 are in Florida, and Jacksonville is the only in Northeast Florida. It is clear that Downtown Jacksonville’s Florida Theatre will be the place to be for the ultimate New Year’s Eve celebration in 2014. “JJ Grey & Mofro are playing a full opening set before the legendary Greg Allman takes the stage,” Rolling Stone reports.
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According to theatre staff, news of the distinction is considered “an early Christmas present.'” “It’s an honor to be a part of such an exciting group of acts and events,” says Vincent Iaropoli, Director of Marketing for the venue. Other artists appearing on this year’s list include heavy-hitters like: Billy Joel, B.B. King, Maroon 5, MIley Cyrus, Pitbull, Britney Spears, and Willy Nelson, among others.
A limited number of tickets for this special New Year’s Eve concert at the Florida Theatre are still available. Tickets range from $103 to $53, and are available in person at the venue box office, by calling 904-355-ARTS, or through any Ticketmaster outlet. The Florida Theatre is handicapped accessible and has secure and convenient parking. For further information please visit
About the Florida Theatre
The historic Florida Theatre first opened in 1927, and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is managed and programmed by the Florida Theatre Performing Arts Center, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, in a public/private partnership with the City of Jacksonville, which owns the building. Over 125,000 people a year attend music, dance, theatre, film and arts education programs at the theatre, resulting in an economic impact of over $7 million a year for downtown Jacksonville.