Summertime means music festival season has arrived! Below, you will find several upcoming music festivals that will be making their way to the North Florida area.
Florida Country Superfest
EverBank Field, June 13 and 14
This two-day superfest will take place at EverBank Field and features many of country’s biggest names, such as Zac Brown Band, Keith Urban, Cole Swindell and Kenny Chesney. Each day, there will be a tailgate party outside of EverBank with local radio stations holding giveaways. Tickets are also available online.
Jacksonville Beach Summer Jazz Series
Seawalk Pavilion, June 14 and July 12
The 14th annual two-day series will take place on Sunday evenings, a month apart. June’s concert is headlined by Paul Taylor and Jackiem Joyner. Surge will open for them. In July, Eric Darius is the headliner with The Band of Destiny opening. Each night is free and the shows are scheduled from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Community First Seawalk Music Festival
Seawalk Pavilion, June 20
The 3rd annual Community First Seawalk Music Fest starts at noon on Saturday, June 20. It will feature artists from all around the First Coast area. The free event will also have local food vendors and food trucks. Come support local artists and businesses during a free event that kicks off the summer.
St. Augustine Music Festival
St. Augustine, June 18-20 and 25-27
Change up your usual music and go to St. Augustine and help celebrate its 450th anniversary with a series of six free, classical concerts over two weekends. The festival has been taking place since 2007, and is at the Cathedral Basilica in downtown St. Augustine.
Metropolitan Park, July 25
The second annual festival is presented by X102.9 and will take place from noon to 10 p.m. The 311, Matisyahu, New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble, Whole Wheat Bread and more will perform. Local food vendors and restaurants will be there, along with brewers of local craft beer, other forms of entertainment and businesses. Tickets are available online.
Springfield, Nov. 7
From noon to 8 p.m. 20 performers will play on various porches in the historical neighborhood. Porchfest will feature a large variety of genres along with food trucks and artisan booths. Attendees are encouraged to camp out in the front yards.