September is stocked with great music thanks to the Sing Out Loud Festival

Posted by: Cathy Eng in Events, Local Events, News

The Sing Out Loud Festival is the largest free music festival ever held in St. Johns County and it is returning for three weekends this month to multiple local stages (including the St. Augustine Amphitheater)!

The festival launched last year and attracted an estimated 15,000 fans. Now in its second year, the word is the event will be even better with national touring artists as well as local favorites in a bevy of genres like country, blues, funk, indie rock, bluegrass, punk and more.

Here are just some of the hundreds of artists performing each weekend.

September 8 – 10: Steve Earle & The Dukes, Los Lobos, John Moreland, Ramona, The Young Step, Brent Byrd & the Suitcase Gypsies, Z.F. Lively, Lake Street Dive, Lucero, Matthew Logan Vasquez, Darren Hanlon, This Frontier Needs Heroes, Shelley Short

September 15 – 17: Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Doug Carn, Willie Green, Justin Townes Earle, Lydia Loveless, David Dondero, Wax Wings, Bears and Lions, The Infamous Stringdusters, Dave Simonett (of Trampled by Turtles), Joe Pug, Joey Harkum

September 22 – 24: Langhorne Slim, Mariee Sioux, The Wobbly Toms, Last Electric Rodeo, The Rubies, Katie Grace Helow, Folk Is People, Kristopher James, I Like Dandelions, Wolf Parade, Deer Tick, Blackfoot Gypsies

The best part? All concerts are free and open to the public!

The festival is sponsored by Community First Credit Union and enjoys support from numerous local businesses. Visit for more information about performers and scheduling.


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