311 with Special Guest Matisyahu

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There is no need for the summertime blues! Liven things up by coming out to St Augustine Amphitheatre tonight where there will be no shortage energy and good times! “Amber” may not be the color of everyone’s energy force but, all will come together the get “Down” with headliners 311 and special guest Matisyahu! These two brilliantly enchanting artists with unique sounds will keep our spirits high, our feet moving, and our worries gone as they take us on an extraordinary and inspirational musical adventure!

Kicking off the evening and getting the crowd up and moving will be poet musician, Matisyahu. As he takes the audience on a multi-influential musical journey with a sound that can best be described as raw and soulful mashed up with reggae and eclectic pop. His tunes and lyrics are nothing short of exceptional when performing some of his most popular hits like “One Day,” “King Without A Crown,” and “Sunshine.”

With a reputation for being one of the most entertaining live bands, our musical journey will continue with good and high energy as headliners 311 hit the stage! This funky, rock reggae band with a very distinctive sound is sure to have the entire Amphitheatre up and dancing to amazing guitar solos while singing along to top hits like “Down,” “Amber,” “Love Song,” “Beautiful Disaster,” and “Don’t Tread on Me.”

311 and special guest Matisyahu both taking the stage in one night is an experience you certainly don’t want to miss! The energy will be high, the music loud, and the journey exhilarating! So rest up, crack open a Red Bull, or do whatever it is you’ve got to do to be there! It’s sure to be a show to remember!

For more about these bands, check out their websites!

311: http://www.311.com

Matisyahu : http://matisyahuworld.com/

And for more about upcoming events at The St. Augustine Amphitheatre check out their website: https://www.staugamphitheatre.com/

 

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october, 2021

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