Francis Field Showcase
Featuring The Black Keys, Mumford & Sons, Lord Huron, Maggie Rogers and more
Held at Francis Field in historic downtown St. Augustine, this two-day concert event features The Black Keys, Lord Huron, Yola and War Hippies on Friday, September 22 and Mumford & Sons, Maggie Rogers, Elle King, Amos Lee and S.G. Goodman on Saturday, September 23.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22:
- Early Entry (GA+ & Platinum Only): 3:30pm
- Gates: 4pm
- War Hippies: 5pm - 5:45pm
- Yola: 6:05pm - 7:05pm
- Lord Huron: 7:35pm - 8:50pm
- Black Keys: 9:30pm - 11pm
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23:
- Early Entry (GA+ & Platinum Only): 1:30pm
- Gates: 2pm
- SG Goodman: 3:30pm - 4:15pm
- Amos Lee: 4:35pm - 5:35pm
- Elle King: 6:05pm - 7:05pm
- Maggie Rogers: 7:35pm - 8:50pm
- Mumford & Sons: 9:30pm - 11pm
*PLEASE NOTE, ALL SET TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. REAL TIME UPDATES AVAILABLE ON THE OFFICIAL SING OUT LOUD APP!*
An ADA platform with accessible seating and facilites will be available on-site at Francis Field. Please check in at the on-site Box Office day of festival for assistance with ADA facilities.
25 West Castillo Drive, St. Augustine FL 32084
The Francis Field Showcase is open to all ages, but not recommended for children under 8 years old. Children two and under will be admitted for free with paid adults.
Please review our bag policy below and please note that all bags are subject to search.
- Bags smaller than 6″ x 6″ x 6″
- Tote or purse smaller than 12″ x 6″ x 12″ (as long as all items are loose)
- Clear plastic bag smaller than one gallon
- Seat Cushion with no pockets, arms or zippers
- Diaper Bag
- Medically Necessary Bags (permitted after proper inspection)
- Plastic Bag with Printed Pattern
- Seat Cushion with Metal Zippers
- Over-Sized Tote Bag
- Camel Pack
- Folding Chair Bag
- Binoculars Case
- Camera Case
- Soft Sided Cooler
Restroom facilities will be available on-site at Francis Field.
Box Office & Ticketing
Tickets for Francis Field Showcase are sold exclusively online via Front Gate Tickets. There are no in-person purchases for this showcase. For general festival questions, please call (904) 209-3746 or email email@example.com. For Front Gate Ticketing Customer Service please call (888) 512-746
Ticket Types & Tiers
The Francis Field Showcase is a two-day event. 1-Day General Admission and 2-Day General Admission, General Admission Plus and Platinum tickets are available for purchase.
Tickets to the Francis Field Showcase are sold exclusively online via our official ticketing partner, Front Gate Tickets. Sing Out Loud Festival is not responsible for any tickets purchased by a third-party vendor or unauthorized source. Please note that all sales are final. No refunds. Prices, ticket types and event times are subject to change. This event is rain or shine.
Up to ten (10) tickets can be purchased per order.
This is a standing-only festival, concert seating will not be available. If ADA accommodations are needed, please visit the onsite Box Office for directions to the designated ADA section. It is also a rain or shine event. Sun protection is highly encouraged as well as hydration. Please visit the free water refill stations located around the festival grounds as often as needed.
Food & Beverage
Food and beverage vendors will be on-site.
Lineup & Hours
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
The Black Keys, Lord Huron, Yola and War Hippies
3:30 PM: Early Entry Gates (GA+ and Platinum only)
4:00 PM: General Entry
5:20 PM: Show
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
Mumford & Sons, Maggie Rogers, Elle King, Amos Lee and S.G. Goodman
1:30 PM: Early Entry Gates (GA+ and Platinum only)
2:00 PM: General Entry
3:40 PM: Show
*Please Note: All lineup and times are subject to change
For press and media requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no on-site vehicle parking at the festival grounds. Please be mindful that downtown parking will be extremely limited. Walking, biking and shared ride services are highly encouraged. Shuttles will also be operating from various lots around St. Augustine. Shuttle schedules and locations will be available.
Festival patrons can leave and re-enter the festival grounds. Patrons will scan their wristband each time they leave and must pass through security each time they re-enter the site.
Sing Out Loud Francis Field Showcase is using RFID-enabled wristbands for admission. Your wristband is your ticket into the festival grounds and must be worn securely on your wrist throughout the weekend. Wristbands are non-transferable and non-exchangeable.
Wristbands will be mailed to the shipping address entered at checkout. GA+ and Platinum ticket merch will also be shipped to the address entered at checkout. Front Gate Tickets will notify you when your wristbands are shipped and heading your way. Please note, the last day to update your mailing address is August 2. Once an order ships, Front Gate will no longer be able to update your address.
If you lose your wristband, there is a $20 replacement fee.
Safety & Prohibited Items
The safety and fans, artists, guests and staff is our number one priority. Please review the below security policies to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.
Sing Out Loud Festival Rules
- Be respectful of patrons, staff and our beautiful city and beaches.
- For your safety and the safety of others, guests and their possessions are subject to inspection upon entrance.
- Smoking is only permitted in designated areas.
- Drink Responsibly. Intoxicated patrons may be denied admittance to the event.
- This is a rain or shine event.
- An empty, clear, reusable water bottle for use at the filtered water refill stations is allowed into the festival. No single-use, glass or metal bottles.
Guests and their belongings are subject to search upon entry or re-entry. You can help keep the lines moving quickly by leaving large bags at home. The following items are strictly prohibited at Francis Field:
- Audio or Video Recording Equipment
- Backpacks or Drawstring Bags
- Bags Exceeding 12” x 12”
- Cameras with Detachable Lenses
- Camping or Folding Chairs
- Flashlights or Laser Pointers
- Illegal Drugs
- iPads, Tablets, or Laptops
- Musical Instruments or Noisemakers
- Outside Food or Beverages
- Pets. *Only certified service animals are allowed.
- Poster Tubes
- Selfie Sticks
- Signs Larger than 12″ x 12″
- Skates or Skateboards
- Unauthorized Solicitation, Giveaways or Sampling
- Weapons of Any Kind: Pocket Knives, Firearms, Mace, Pepper Spray, Tasers, etc.
- Wrapped Packages of Any Kind
Where to Stay & What to Do
St. Augustine is the Nation’s Oldest City, founded in 1565. It is a city rich with history and natural beauty. Explore a centuries-old fort or lighthouse, walk the state park trails or swim in the Atlantic Ocean, bike around historic neighborhoods or dine at any number of independently-owned restaurants. There is a lot to discover!
To explore the area’s best activities, check out Visit St. Augustine online HERE.
Francis Field is centrally located in historic downtown St. Augustine. It is walking distance to several downtown hotels and Bed & Breakfasts and biking distance or a short drive from St. Augustine Beach and Vilano Beach hotels.
For a full a listing of area accommodations, click HERE.
This event is rain or shine. In the case of inclement weather, safety is our priority. Any delays or changes due to weather will be communicated to ticket holders via email, social media, and the website.
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