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Date: September 23-25, 2022
Time: Times vary
Location: Locations vary

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Colonial Oak Music Park
21 St George St, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Prohibition Kitchen
119 St George St, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Trade Winds Lounge
124 Charlotte St, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Saint Augustine Distillery
112 Riberia St, St. Augustine, FL 32084

About the Songwriters Festival

Just like the Sunshine State, the Songwriters Festival is the kind of event that warms your soul. From throwback hits that your parents jammed out to, to your favorite songs growing up to today’s hits, the music played at this festival will make you feel both nostalgic and inspired.

However, as you may have guessed the Songwriters Festival isn’t just about great music. In fact, it’s about spotlighting the songwriters too. Although you may know all the words to a particular jam, we bet you don’t know who the song was written by, written for, or written about. This event presents a chance to really dive into the meanings of popular songs from yesterday, today, and tomorrow. While most festivals celebrate songs in some fashion, this one is more about the writers behind the songs.

The festival is proudly presented by Bozard Ford as well as several other local businesses.  And, new for this year, it “falls under” the Sing Out Loud Festival “umbrella”.

About the Songwriters

Some of the songwriters who will be performing for 2022 are Chris Tompkins, Clint Daniels, HunterGirl, Cliff Cody, Justin Wilson, Brian Davis and many, many more.

In the past, Justin Wilson is just one of the many talented songwriters who has appeared.  Some of the songs he’s written include “Drunk Me” – Mitchell Tenpenny and “Straight Outta Cold Beer” – Blake Shelton.  Some of the others who have attended the Songwriters Festival to perform famous tunes they’ve penned include Keith Anderson, Danny Myrick, Bobby Pinson, Halfway to Hazard, Andy Albert, Cliff Cody…to name a few.

About the Venues

All concerts will be performed in downtown St. Augustine at one of the following venues: Prohibition Kitchen, Colonial Oak Music Park, Tradewinds Lounge, and the St. Augustine Distillery Co.  While each venue is vastly different from the next, they each have unique traits perfect for concert venues.

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