St. Augustine’s Festivals

St. Augustine festivals feature live music, fresh food, hand-crafted art, and family-friendly entertainment.

Last updated on June 22, 2024

St. Augustine hosts a unique lineup of festivals year-round.

St. Augustine festivals beckon locals and visitors to the Nation’s Oldest City for a day or weekend of family-friendly fun.  Festivals often feature live music, fresh food, hand-crafted art, and special kid-zones that are perfect for families.  While many take place during the Spring, you’ll find the city hosts a unique lineup throughout the year.

Food Festivals

From the St. Augustine Lions Seafood Festival to the Greek Festival where both locals and visitors can satisfy their taste buds with a combination of authentic entrees and desserts, St. Augustine festivals offer attendees an array of delicious events. If you are wanting an idea of the great food and restaurants in town, then be sure to check out the Taste of St. Augustine. It’s a great way to sample those signature dishes.

Music Festivals

Additionally, music festivals are another common theme among major festivals in St. Augustine. Music lovers can look forward to a large assemblage of eclectic musical talent in the Nation’s Oldest City. Indulge in Latin music at the Unidos en la Música Festival or sing out loud at St. Augustine’s largest series of free concerts, the Sing Out Loud Festival.  Or, dance, sing and find the Celt in you at the Celtic Music & Heritage Festival, the largest festival in St. Augustine

Reliably sunny weather, beautiful backdrops, and a family-friendly environment make our city an idyllic setting to enjoy a festival in the Sunshine State. So, grab your family and/or friends, jump in the car and come to St. Augustine for one or more of our festivals!  You’re sure to have a great time!

After a day at a festival in St. Augustine, continue the fun with dozens of things to do, miles of pristine beaches, and centuries of history.

Don’t forget to check out St. Augustine’s other community festivals at the bottom of this page.

Three people on a stage playing instruments and singing while a crowd of people sit, stand around and watch.

Date:  Friday-Sunday, September 13-29, 2024
Location:  Various Venues

St. Augustine Songwriters Festival

Date: September 27-29, 2024
Location: Various locations in Historic Downtown

Two people playing the guitar and one person playing a drum on the front porch of a house.

Date: Usually happens in September
Location: Porches in Lincolnville

A group of children dancing in a line with people sitting in the background.

Date: October 12 & 13, 2024
Location: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 2940 CR 214, St Augustine, FL 32084

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Date:  Usually happens in November
Location: Historic Lincolnville, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Two reels of film and film equipment.

Date: January 9-12, 2025
Location: Several locations downtown St. Augustine

An aerial view of a large park that has theme park rides, people walk, and a giant cross.

Date: Usually happens in February
Location: Mission Nombre de Dios, 101 San Marco Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32084

A crowd of people sitting, standing around two other people with a microphone at Menorcan Heritage Celebration

Date: Usually happens in March
Location: Llambias House, 31 St. Francis St, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Image is outdoors, and contains a band of five people playing the drums and singing in front of a crowd of hundreds of people.

Date: March 8 & 9, 2025
Location: Francis Field, 25 W Castillo Dr, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Date: March 15 & 16, 2025
Location: Sykes Family Farms, 5995 Brough Rd., Elton, FL 32033

Two bowls of fried shrimp, one bowl with a po' boy, and a glass of beer.

Date: March 29 & 30, 2025
Location: Francis Field, 25 W Castillo Dr, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Date:  Usually happens in April
Location: St. Johns County Fairgrounds, 5840 FL-207, Elkton, FL 32033

Date:  Usually happens in April
Location: North Shores Community Park, 120 Meadow Ave., St. Augustine, FL 32084

Taste of St. Augustine

Date: Usually happens in April
Location: St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340C A1A South, St. Augustine, FL 32080

Date: Usually happens in May
Location: Francis Field, 25 W Castillo Dr, St. Augustine, FL 32084

St. Augustine Food + Wine Festival

Image used is from Festival’s website.
Date:  May 7-11, 2025
Location: World Golf Village, Renaissance St. Augustine Resort, San Sebastian Winery, and Bozard Lincoln – St. Augustine, FL

Romanza Festivale

Date: Usually happens in May
Location: Various locations throughout St. Augustine, Florida.

A closeup shot of a violin and a hand.

Photography by Tim Savage
Date: Usually happens in June
Location: Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, 38 Cathedral Pl., St. Augustine, FL 32084

Other St. Augustine Community Festivals

Along with a unique lineup of major festivals in St. Augustine are smaller community festivals. An abundance of food, music, and fun can be found at these events as well. Additionally, smaller festivals provide a great environment for families as well as a day full of activities.  Learn more about each festival by clicking the links below.

CROCtoberfest Brew at the Zoo:  October 5, 2024

Saint Benedict the Moor Blues Festival: October 18-20, 2024

Ancient City Kids Day:  October 26, 2024

Whiskey, Wine and Wildlife: November 7-10, 2024

Gullah Geechee Heritage FestivalDecember 7, 2024

Old City Pirate Fest:  Usually happens in February

Resilience Family FestUsually happens in February

Lighthouse 5K & Fun Run:  Usually happens in February

The Florida Man Games:  March 1, 2025

St. Augustine Spanish Food & Wine Festival: Usually happens in March

St. Ambrose Spring Fair: Usually happens in March or April

St. Augustine Poetfest: Usually happens in April

Festival of Chariots:  Usually happens in April

St. Augustine Craft Brewers’ Festival:  Usually happens in May

St. Augustine History Festival: Usually happens in May

AS IF! The 90s FestUsually happens in May

Lincolnville Juneteenth Community Festival:  Usually happens in June