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May 13 – Oct. 14: Music by the Sea

The 13th Annual Music by the Sea concert Series kicks off Wednesday May 13th and continues through October 14th. Each Wednesday there is different musical entertainment along with a different restaurant serving food. Restaurant service begins at 6pm with live music from 7pm until 9pm. Bring your cooler, lawn chair, or blankets. Come join your friends and neighbors; get up and dance or just listen and enjoy!

Parking is limited at Pier Park so you are encouraged to ride the Trolley. The Trolley runs continuously from City Hall at 2200 A1A S to the event. First trolley runs at 5:45 and the last trolley is at 9:45 pm.

Click here for the full line-up of music entertainment and featured restaurants. See you there!

5/8-5/17: Romanza Festivale of the Arts

St. Augustine’s Romanza Festivale of the Arts….It’s not one thing. It’s EVERYTHING! MUSIC, DANCE, THEATRE, ART, CUISINE, HERITAGE, ROMANCE in the Nation’s Most Romantic City! This celebration of art and music in the Nation’s oldest city features more than 60 events and exhibits over 10 days with daily events including music and dance performances, concerts, art shows, and much more in various locations throughout the city.   Visit the official website for more details:  click here

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5/8-10: Velofest

Stay for the weekend of May 8th – 10th and get out and experience Velofest.  We are so encouraged by this event for bicycles, we want our guests to get out and make the best of Mother’s Day weekend.  Kick off the weekend with a 7 mile race, $20 for advanced entry can win a purse of $500… regardless, a 7 mile ride along A1A is sure to be enjoyable.  From adult to kids races, bike parades to mimosa’s for Mom, this is an event in Vilano Beach that the whole family is sure to enjoy.  For more information or to register for the event visit the official website by clicking here.

5/10: Remember Mother’s Day

We can’t think of a better way to celebrate one of the most important woman in your life… Your Mother!  This Mother’s day, May 10th, give your mother, wife or special someone the gift of waking up to the beach sunrise at Beacher’s Lodge.  There is plenty of ways to pamper Mom but there is nothing better than the gift of time well spent.  We have gift certificates if you want to give the gift of something to look forward to.  There is no better way to tell someone you care, then to spend time, and there is no better time to share than beach time.  We hope to see you here at Beacher’s Lodge, but more importantly we hope all the Mother’s out there have a day full of appreciation and love.

4/22-26: Birding & Photofest

Experience northeast Florida’s abundant bird life and photogenic natural beauty at more than 170 exciting birding and outdoor photography events during the 2015 Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest! In addition to the ever-popular nature tours and excursions, new discoveries for this year’s event include workshops on preparing your images and composition, photographing birds in flight, selections and layer masking, flash techniques and many in-field photography workshops.The festival is headquartered at the GTM Research Reserve, located 8 miles north of St. Augustine on A1A N. Discover the region’s phenomenal bird life and the abundant natural habitats that sustain them with bird walks and boat and kayak trips to undisturbed areas. This Festival is guaranteed to excite nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.

For more information visit the official website

5/1-3: Gamble Rogers Folk Festival

The 20th Anniversary edition of the popular Gamble Rogers Music Festival brings the best in American folk music to St. Augustine.  The festival is a celebration of the music and storytelling of Gamble Rogers — an artist the Atlanta Constitution called “an American treasure worthy of inclusion in the Smithsonian.”  In 1991 at the peak of his career, Rogers died tragically while trying to save a drowning man. WILCO, the outstanding American sextet from Chicago, is the festival’s opener and performs at 7 p.m. at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

For more information visit the official website

4/10-12: Rhythm & Ribs Festival

Rhythm & Ribs was founded by St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary in 1995 as an event from which all proceeds are donated to charitable organizations for local and international service oriented projects, as well as providing a fun filled weekend for the whole community. What began as a small Barbeque Fest (its original name) has grown each year and attracts music lovers and barbeque aficionados from all over the Southeast and beyond. Over 35,000 visitors come to enjoy the fun over the Festival weekend.  As the Festival has grown, the music lineup has expanded to include headliners such as JJ GREY & MOFRO, Leon Russell and Dave Mason, along with many well loved local and regional musicians.

For more information visit the official website

4/5: Easter Sunrise Service

For many years now the Crescent Beach Baptist Church has celebrated Easter with a Sunrise Service on Crescent Beach.  Herald in the Easter Sunrise on Sunday, April 5th, from a balcony at Beacher’s Lodge.

For more information on the Easter Sunrise Service click here

3/13-15: 5th Annual Celtic Music & Heritage Festival

Join us for the 5th Annual Celtic Music & Heritage Festival as The sounds of the ancient Celtic peoples of Scotland and Ireland come alive. Celtic clans from around the world show their ancestral pride, Highland games athletes demonstrate their mind-boggling strength, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade marches through the streets of the Oldest City’s Historic District, and vendors offer up Celtic cuisine and hand-made crafts.

Scottish and Irish bands playing both traditional tunes and modernized renditions of the ancient Celtic music appear live on stage throughout the two-day festival – arguably the best collaboration of Celtic artists assembled in the United States. Bands include Albannach, The Dublin City Ramblers, Rathkeltair, Searson, Whiskey of the Damned, Poor Angus, and Makem & Spain.

Festival hours are Friday, 7-9 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Please visit our website for all additional information, including ticket prices and to purchase tickets.