Indie roots band Dispatch and special guests Nahko & Medicine for the People and Raye Zaragoza will be in Concert at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on Sunday, July 29, 2018. Long known as one of the country’s most successful independent bands, Dispatch has managed to reach new creative milestones with “America, Location 12”, their first new album in five years.
Marking a “noticeably new direction for the band’s sound” (Paste), the album has introduced a “reinvigorated, triumphant” (Boston Globe) Dispatch to a whole new audience of receptive fans. The breakout single “Only the Wild Ones” marked Dispatch’s first ever Top 10 hit at AAA radio and has already been streamed more than 8 million times on Spotify. Their newfound radio success continues with the current single “Painted Yellow Lines”.
Built on tales of struggling immigrants, forgotten veterans and children cast aside, Dispatch (Brad Corrigan, Chad Stokes, and Pete Francis) has crafted a set of songs that tap into the peace and plight of the human condition, chiseling a spot in our culture that has perhaps never been quite so vital. Their sixth full-length LP, “America, Location 12”, marks a return to form – and a path to the future – for the trio whose music has always made us take stock of our place in the world and forced us to remember that the first pillar of social responsibility is to be kind and decent to one another.
Doors 5:00pm / Show 6:00pm
Visit the St. Augustine Amphitheatre website for additional information and to purchase tickets. Tickets can also be purchased at their box office and at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall box office.