Tag Archives: St. Augustine Amphitheater

Tame Impala at The Amp in May 2019, The Amp St. Augustine, Florida, Live Music Venue, St. Augustine Amphitheatre

THE AMP: St. Augustine Amphitheatre Leads Nation as an Eco-Friendly Live Music Venue

An Epic Celebration of Live Entertainment The recent exit of as the driving force behind the has left big shoes to fill. But it also cemented Murphy’s legacy as a forward-thinking leader who implemented a series of green practices to make the Amp a fully sustainable venue and put St. Augustine on the map as a live music destination. Murphy stepped down April 20 after a decade-long tenure as the county’s Director of Cultural Events. He was responsible for programming at The Amp and Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, both county-owned and operated venues which he developed into profitable, innovative and …

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It’s Starting To Sound A Lot Like Summer! An Interview with Micah of Iration

I don’t have a single summer feel good playlist that doesn’t include the positive and fun vibes Iration sends through the speakers. It could be the dead of winter and Iration’s tunes make the air smell of summertime. I never in a million years thought that I would get the chance to chat with lead singer ! But, when given the chance I certainly jumped at the opportunity. We talked about how far has come, what’s new and in the works for the band, some of the guy’s favorite summer activities, and of course their excitement to come to the …

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Reel Big Fish, St Augustine Amphitheater, Florida

Reel Big Fish “The Beer Run” With Guests The Expendables & More

Normally when you tell your friends you are heading out on a “Beer Run,” the run would typically include a few tunes in the car, picking up the brew, and heading back to the party. But, with the help of , ,  , and included on one of the most adventurous, memorable, and exciting “Beer Runs” I’ve ever been a part of! Since it had been raining all day, the event was moved from the backyard stage to inside the  itself. Walking down the stairs you could see the crowd hanging out, sipping beers from the beer tents, playing giant …

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98 Degrees at the My2K Tour at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, photo by Morgan Bates, Nick Lachey

My2K Tour at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre: 98°, O-Town, Dream, Ryan Cabrera

When I saw that four of the greatest pop bands from nineties would be coming to the , my inner teen literally squealed out loud! I always knew that one day all of those TRL episodes and early morning Pop Up Video binges would pay off! 90’s kids dreams will come true as we finally get to see (and sing along loudly with) the pop superstars 98 Degrees, O-Town, Dream, and ! The night will be full of excitement as these four iconic pop bands take us back to the era of infectious pop with performances of some of their most …

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Modest Mouse at St. Augustine Amphitheater: A Humble Rodent Appears After Eight Years in Hiding

On tour supporting their latest album, Strangers to Ourselves, returns to the this month on Friday, July 17th. Following 2007’s We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, and company have created their first studio album in eight years, satisfying diehard fans and new listeners alike. Reminiscent of their last album, the latest single, ‘Lampshades on Fire,’ finds itself in a maelstrom of harmonious hooks and melodies that collide with the screaming bends and hammers of guitar and the unmistakable howls of Brock’s voice. Other songs on the album such as ‘Coyotes’ also evoke a familiar sound, yet with softer …

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Nickelodeon’s Fresh Beat Band

 always dreamed of being an entertainer. Even as a young child, he was developing putting on little concerts for his parents. Today, he is living the dream as a member of the . Hobson plays “Shout” on Nickelodeon’s live-action preschool music series.“I’m sure my parents are glad that all the concerts that they had to sit through are paying off now,” he says. “It’s funny because now, they are at every concert that they can be at so apparently they weren’t too scarred by it. It’s what I’ve always wanted even from my youngest moments. I’ve always wanted to entertain …

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Northeast Florida Festivals: Spring 2014

February 27-March 9  There will be a Strawberry Queen, a midway, and diverse live entertainment (rockers from and violinist  show the range of that diversity). Plant City, flstrawberryfestival.com February 28-March 2   Includes a midway of rides, food, entertainment and more for the whole family. Adults are $5; children 11-17 and adults 65+ are $3; children under 10 and active duty military are free. In St. Augustine, on the Beautiful Prince of Peace Grounds, off San Marco Avenue, near the Giant Cross. 101 San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine, thecathedralfestival.com March 1  Celebrate 140 years of light at the St. Augustine Lighthouse. …

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On Stage – where actors play

We here at EU have the solemn (and often fun) duty of getting our readers out of the house and out into the world. This spring there are lots of great venues helping us in our duty. Because whether you like grooving to retro tunes, rocking out, taking in a musical or simply laughing at life, there’s a show on this list that will get you out of the house. Some venues, such as the community theatres, take advantage of our great pool of talented locals. Others bring in acts from around the country and the globe that we would …

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