Sing Out Loud Festival Serves Up A Smorgasbord for Its 2019 Lineup

This September, fans of the performing arts can feast to their hearts’ content on more than 300 artists performing at Sing Out Loud Festival 2019, Florida’s largest free live entertainment festival and benefit concert. National artists, including Grammy award-winning country music star Kacey Musgraves, will be joining regional and local musicians, singers, songwriters, poets and comedians who will be performing at venues in and around St. Augustine, Florida, throughout the month.

Presented by The St. Augustine Distillery, the fourth annual festival will run from September 6 until September 29 and feature acts from across the musical spectrum including Americana, blues, hip hop, bluegrass, jazz, indie rock, and punk. Retro-soulsters St. Paul & The Broken Bones, indie-pop songstress Jenny Lewis, lo-fi guitar hero Kurt Vile, Americana troubadours Shovels & Rope, hip hop icon and member of Wu-Tang Clan GZA, and New Orleans brass ensemble The Dirty Dozen Brass Band are among the national artists set to headline the festival. All 310 artists are listed below. Information about the festival schedule with showcase lineups, set times and venues is available on the website; check SCHEDULES and VENUES. See the links below.

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

Best of all, every performance is free and open to the public, with the exception of the Kacey Musgraves Benefit Concert, which will take place on Saturday, September 21, at The St. Augustine Amphitheatre. Proceeds from the concert will benefit Horseplay Therapy Center and Green Hands Community Outreach Initiative. Since its founding in 2016, the festival has raised over $100,000 for charitable organizations such as The United Way, the Betty Griffin House of St. Johns County and OneOrlando Fund. Click here to purchase tickets for this year’s benefit concert.

Over the years, an estimated 75,000 fans have enjoyed more than 900 artists performing at a dozen local venues. The St. Johns County Cultural Events Division, which owns and operates the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, the St. Johns Tourist Development Council and the St. Johns Cultural Council produce the festival. For more information, click on the links below.


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