Tonight at 7pm in the Spring Park Gazebo, don't miss the First Coast Highlanders.
This community based performance and entertainment pipe band, is a teaching organization and a cultural group, whose mission is to promote Celtic culture through music.
The Crazy Daysies/Rebecca Day and Thompson have been described by Folio Weekly as a" healthy slice of apple-pie Americana for your ears."
The South Carolina born spent their childhood in the Carolina foothills sculpting songs out of the clay they walked on. They will perform on Sunday, October 23 from 4pm-5pm on the Spring Park Gazebo stage.
The female trio Nevaeh sings Contemporary Christian, Inspirational & Contemporary Southern Gospel music. The group, which names is HEAVEN spelled backwards, released their 3rd CD project “Love Enough” in July 2015. Their third single from this CD, Forever Reign, topped radiomusicfm’s chart at #1 week ending, and is currently holding at #4. They perform live today at 2pm in the Spring Park Gazebo.
Playing on stage at a very young age with bluegrass legends Vassar Clements, Chubby Wise and others, really set a course of direction for the way Jason Evans would live his life. “The Jason Evans Band is a collaboration of music that encompasses everything I’ve ever done in music. We play some older, more classical country songs, new country, outlaw country, bluegrass, classic/ southern rock, and originals. Our main goal is to entertain the crowd and play music that everyone loves and pushing our original music. Trust in God, Support Our Troops, and Stomp those Boots," says Jason Evans Band leader Jason Evans.
Love live music? The St. John's River and sunshine?
CalaVida Arts Festival has got it all, starting today at 1pm with Steven Amburgey in the Spring Park Gazebo.
Steven Amburgey is a singer / musician / songwriter who has been performing since he was 5 years old! Lead singer of the Crossroads Band in north Florida and member of Mended Heart. Steven is a favorite performer in and around Green Cove Springs.
Meet the authors continues on Sunday, October 23 from 9am-noon