Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for June 3rd – June 9th 2014 in St Augustine FL

48260_368867763192349_679223540_oIt’s that time of year for all kinds of free stuff. Movies… Music… and lots of fun! Movies by the Bay, presented by Ripley’s has begun but unfortunately we don’t have one this week. Be sure to put next Wednesday on your calendar for “Monsters University.” Movies start at 7:30pm at the City of St. Augustine Municipal Marina.

There is also Music by the Sea Concert Series on Wednesday and Concerts in the Plaza on Thursday and both are free. Check out the lineup below.  Also there are some great concerts at the St Augustine Amphitheatre and the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. Okay, those aren’t free, but they will be really fun! Have a fun time and we’ll see you out there!

 

 


Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NBA, Baseball, Hockey
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – College Football, NFL, NBA
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NBA, Baseball
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NBA, Baseball
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NBA, Baseball

Sand Castle Café, 3 Cordova St. – NBA, Baseball

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

At the St Augustine Amphitheater and Ponte Vedra Concert Hall:

 

Friday, June 06 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Drive –By Truckers with Water Liars  – Boasting a mix of Southern pride, erudite lyrics, and a muscled three-guitar attack, Drive-By Truckers became one of the most well-respected alternative country-rock acts of the 2000s. Led by frontman Patterson Hood and featuring a rotating cast of Georgia and Alabama natives, the band celebrated the South while refusing to paint over its spotty past. History, folklore, politics, and character studies all shared equal space in the Truckers catalog, which offered up its first blast of gutsy, twangy rock with 1998’s Gangstabilly. English Oceans, the 12th release by Athens, Georgia’s Drive-By Truckers, is an elegantly balanced and deeply engaged new effort that finds the group refreshed and firing on all cylinders. All but one of the collection’s 13 new songs, written by singer-guitarists and co-founding members Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley, were recorded during 13 days of sessions in August 2013 with longtime producer David Barbe             Doors 7:00 PM | Show starts @ 8:00PM

 

Friday, June 06 – Saint Augustine Amphiteatre – Weezer with JEFF the Brotherhood  – Their debut album Weezer (aka “The Blue Album”), producer by Ric Ocasek, has been certified triple platinum in the United States, and remains the band’s all-time best seller. Upon completing the record, Weezer went on hiatus temporarily as Cuomo studied at Harvard. With help from the Spike Jonze-directed video, the single “Undone (The Sweater Song)” became a hit in the fall of 1994. But by the time the album’s final single, “Say It Ain’t So,” was released in the summer of 1995, the group had gone on hiatus once again, with Cuomo returning to Harvard. Make Believe appeared in May 2005 and eventually went platinum in multiple countries. The album gave Weezer their biggest charting album peak yet, hitting #1 in Canada and #2 in the U.S. Make Believe featured the band’s first two songs to top the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, “Perfect Situation” and Top 10 single “Beverly Hills,” which earned the band their first Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song. Weezer jumped from Geffen to independent label Epitaph in 2010, debuting Hurley at #6 on the Billboard 200 to make it the band’s sixth top 10 album, as well as their sixth top 10 album in a row.                    Doors 6:00 PM | Show starts @ 7:30PM

 

Saturday, June 07 – Saint Augustine Amphiteatre – Boston  – Although Boston is still active playing and recording today, many listeners associate Boston with the music from their debut album. Ferreting out the origin of those songs, and that sound, explains how the “band” got its first recording contract in 1976. Why is “band” in quotes? Because only two people were actually signed by Epic Records to record the album, Tom Scholz and Brad Delp. Scholz and Delp together wrote all of the songs released on the first album, performed 89 percent of the tracks by overdubbing, and Scholz engineered and produced most of it in a studio he built in his basement. Scholz wrote the first song that would eventually bear the Boston name in 1969 while at MIT. The group released their sixth album, Love Life & Hope in December of 2013.     Doors 6:30 PM | Show starts @ 7:30PM

 

Sunday, June 08 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Florida Chamber Music Project Presents ”Piazzolla & Dvorak”
Doors 2:00 PM | Show starts @ 3:00PM

 

 

Music by the Sea Concert Series & Concerts in the Plaza (Free):

 

Wednesday, May 28 – Music by the Sea – Rob Peck & Friends (Jazz) with Caribbean Sol serving dinners for $10.00  beginning at 6 p.m. Bring a chair or blanket, a picnic and a beverage of your choice  and dance to the fun. Dinner sells out quick so get there early.   Parking is available at the public lots on A1A Beach Blvd. and at Ron Parker Park located at 607 Old Beach Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32080  FREE

 

Thursday, May 29 – Concerts in the Plaza – The House Cats (Jazz) All concerts are free and attendees should bring lounge chairs or blankets for seating. Picnic dinners are popular or call Munchi’s Express to deliver to you from many great area restaurants. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza.   St. Augustine, FL 32084  FREE

 

 

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Corn Hole & Hot Dogs – Come early, stay late.

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Cultural Music Night with DJ KC 10pm – close

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Jim Geiger (Easy Listening) 6:30pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Open Mic with Jeremy 9pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Mike Cook (Acoustic) 8pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – C-4 Man (Acoustic 6pm


Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – The Damn Dirty Duo (covers) 7:00pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm

J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Bret Blackshear (Acoustic) 5pm, Todd & Molly Jones (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Easy Listening) 6:30pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm,

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Caleb Joye (Acoustic) 8:00pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Vinnie Kellerman (Acoustic) 5pm

 

Thursday, June 5, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke  with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez –  Live Music (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Don Oja Dunaway (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm,  Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Jazz Band – The Boston Connection 5-8pm  – Sink or Swim 10-12 Upstairs $10 cover & All You Can Drink with DJ Gibz Upstairs and DJ CEP downstairs.  ALL YOU CAN EAT Fish Fry. 3pm to 9pm $ 14.95
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Billy Buchanan (Easy Listening) 6:30pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Jeremy Austin (Dance) 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic)9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Trivia Night  5-7pm

 

Friday, June 6, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Brent Byrd & The Suitcase Gypsies (Covers) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – The Red River Band  (Country, Rock) 9:30pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Raychill Muller (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Back Seat Driver (Cover Band) 5:30p

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff for Less Fridays (Comedians) $10 8:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez –  Ric Welch (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Don Oja Dunaway (Acoustic) 1pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm, Pick N Save (Acoustic) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Billy Buchanan (Pop, Rock) 7:00pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Doug Carn (Easy Listening) 5:00pm; Go, Get, Gone (Rockabilly) 5:00pm

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – The Committee Band (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Katherine Archer (Acoustic) 4pm, DJ Equivalent (Dance) 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Clayton Bush (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Roland Fleming (Acoustic) 8pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 8pm – midnight

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Lions (Covers) 7pm

 

 

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – CRS (Covers) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – The Red River Band  (Country, Rock) 9:30pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – MoJo Roux (Cover Band) 5:30p
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Katrina Brown with Doug Canney (Comedians) 8:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and  Back Seat Driver (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Smokin’ Joe  (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Rory Pickens (Acoustic)1pm; BJ (Acoustic) 5pm; Wild Shiners (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Ken McAnlis (Acoustic) 7:00pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Carl Emerson (Easy Listening) 5pm, Evan D (Easy Listening) 7:30pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Billy Buchanan (Acoustic) 2-5pm; The Committee Band (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Katherine Archer (Acoustic) 12pm, Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 4pm, Billy  Buchanan (rock, funk, dance)  9:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Caleb Joye (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – House Cats (Jazz) 8pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St,  Ricardo Perez (Latin) 6pm

Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 8pm – 11:30pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Lions (Covers) 7pm

 

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Sports and Beef on Weck! Smokin’ Joe & Rusty Menshouse (Acoustic) 3:30p

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Pat Murphy (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Evan D (Acoustic) – 1pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Elderly Brothers (Cover Band) 4:00p

Conch House Restaurant, 57 Comares Ave – Raggae Sunday with DeLions of Jah (island)  3pm

J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Carooll Brown (Irish) 6pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 1pm; Jim & Alex (Acoustic) 1pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Various Artists (Acoustic) 12:30pm

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs; Live Music By Donnie Brazile 4:00 to 7:00… No Cover

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Super Bowl Party!!
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Folk, Acoustic) 6pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Zac Chester (Easy Listening) 5:30pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 12pm, Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Chelsea Saddler (Bluesy Rock) 8pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Ron Perry (Covers) 6pm

 

Monday, June 9, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers 7:00pm Ricardo(Acoustic) 6:30p
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Northstar (Cover Band) 4:00p

Hurricane Patty’s, 69 Lewis Blvd – Karaoke with Mr Natural (Various) 8:00pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar Trio (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Brent Byrd (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00p, David Strom (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 8pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – C-4 Man (Acoustic) 6pm

 

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

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