St. Augustine Amphitheatre | St. Augustine, Florida
Widespread Panic just announced their return to comes to St. Augustine, Florida. "Porch Song," Driving Song," "Blue Indian," and "Up All Night" are some of their best hits from their career spanning three decades. You can hope for them to play all these when they come to the city - but don't expect anything because the band is known to switch up their setlist all the time. One thing is for sure though, you're certain to have a good time at this show! Catch Widespread Panic live at the St Augustine Amphitheatre on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 2024. This show is a part of their three-day extravaganza in the city and you wouldn't want to miss it! You can secure your tickets to the show right here by clicking 'GET TICKETS.' Although the show is a few months away, it's always a good idea to book them while it's early!
Widespread Panic was formed in 1986 by vocalist/guitarist John “JB” Bell, bassist Dave Schools, and the late guitarist Michael Houser. Widespread Panic eventually expanded its lineup to include drummer Todd Nance, percussionist Domingo “Sunny” Ortiz, keyboard player John “JoJo” Hermann, and Duane Trucks on drums. The group has developed a devoted fan base over the previous thirty years. They’ve also put out twelve studio albums and forty-three live CDs. Plus, they’ve sold more than three million copies!
They’re known for selling out the same venue for consecutive days and they’ve been coming to St. Augustine annually since 2017 (a tradition that halted during the pandemic). Each of the shows has a similar plot. Every night, the band plays two sets that may last for hours at niche venues. They typically play numerous nights at these locations. For the band, "they're like family reunions," according to bassist Dave School. He claims that "the love of live music brings generations together." The band's improvised, spontaneous style is another thing that fans adore. John Bell, the guitarist and singer also said, "It's definitely an interactive adventure," adding that they never play the same set list twice.
“We’ve been doing it this long, so there’s no point in punching a clock. It should be challenging to us and to our fans,” said the band. That’s why they refuse to be complacent. They’re known for always switching things up and giving the fans something to look forward too. So, when they come to St. Augustine, Florida for the fifth time, you can expect the unexpected. It’s going to be one of the most surprising shows ever because there’s not set songs to play - they’re making things up as they go.
They're making their way to the St Augustine Amphitheatre stage for three days. If you're too busy to come to all shows, don't fret. They're selling individual tickets for each day. Grab yours here for the show on the 23rd of March! Click 'GET TICKETS' to secure yours.