The 2018 Sing Out Loud Music Festival held in St. Augustine, Florida. From September 1st to September 23rd
Big News! The Sing Out Loud Festival just announced their headliners and this year is going to be INSANE! The line up is DO NOT MISS!
With over 200 live performances will take place at 16 Music venues throughout St. Augustine in an epic celebration of music spanning multiple genres. Headlining acts include Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, The Decemberists, Against Me!, Lucero, The Mountain Goats, Rising Appalachia, American Aquarium and more, in addition to hundreds of local and regional bands. Please see the attached official Sing Out Loud press release and festival artwork.
As this is a free music festival, all performances are open to the public with the exception of the September 22nd Main Showcase featuring Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, The Decemberists and Lucero. In collaboration with Jason Isbell and his team, this performance has been designated as a benefit concert for the local domestic violence and sexual abuse shelter, The Betty Griffin Center, with reserved seating tickets available for a $25 donation. To date, this concert event has raised $90,000.00 for the Betty Griffin Center to assist with their mission in offering protection and services for the victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in St. Johns County.
Since its inception in 2016, the Sing Out Loud Music Festival has welcomed an estimated 25,000 music fans, and featured over 600 local, regional and national musicians at more than a dozen venues. In addition to highlighting the local and regional music scene, internationally-known artists such as Grammy-award winning artists like the Indigo Girls and Booker T. Jones have performed, in addition to renowned bands like The Travelin’ McCourys, Wolf Parade, Deer Tick and more.
2018 Sing Out Loud Music Festival Snapshot
September 1st through September 23rd, 2018
Multiple venues throughout St. Augustine, Florida
Headlining acts: Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, The Decemberists, Against Me!, Lucero, The Mountain Goats, Rising Appalachia, Leftover Salmon, Iron Reagan, The Weepies, American Aquarium and more, plus over 200 local and regional acts.