Kansas Headlines Olde City Music Festival

Kansas and Uncle Kracker Headline Old City Music Fest

Kansas and Uncle Kracker to Play St. Augustine Festival

Progressive rock legends, Kansas, headline this weekend’s 2nd Annual Old City Music Festival in St. Augustine. The band, one of the rock giants from the 70’s has witnessed a resurgence in their popularity as they’ve toured with Steve Walsh and most of the original line-up over the past decade. On their current tour, Kansas is celebrating their 40th Anniversary.


Kansas was a mainstay of album oriented rock a few decades ago after a string of hugely successful albums, including the near-perfect Leftoverture, firmly entrenched on our Greatest Albums Ever list.  They’ll be joined on stage this year by hit-making country rocker Uncle Kracker, country music’s John Anderson and several other bands. It’s a microcosm of the line which runs the gamut from traditional Country to Classic Rock.

9:00pm – Kansas
7:30pm – Uncle Cracker
6:15pm – John Anderson
5:00pm – Bush Hawg
4:0Opm – Angie Johnson
3:00pm – Morgan Frazier
*All times Eastern; line up and times are subject to change.

Parking and the St. Augustine Flea Market will open at 8:00am, and the Festival gates will open at 1:30pm.

Organizers have partnered with The Renaissance World Golf Village Resort for an Old City Music Fest Package geared toward locals and visitors alike.

The Renaissance World Golf Village Resort – Old City Music Fest Package includes the following:
* Deluxe overnight accommodations
* Two VIP tickets to the Old City Music Fest on Sunday, November 10, 2013
* Complimentary round trip shuttle to and from the venue
For more information or to purchase the special package, click here.

Affordable tickets available through Ticketmaster.  For up to the minute information and more news on the event, visit Old City Music Fest Facebook Page

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