St. Augustine’s Marketplace, located in St. Augustine, FL, will bring together both new and legendary country music acts at the inaugural Old City Music Festival. The event takes place on Veteran’s Day, which falls on Sunday, November 11, from 12 p.m. until 10 p.m. The Festival celebrates the history of St. Augustine, America’s oldest city, as well as members of the armed services. The Charlie Daniels Band, .38 Special, Coy Taylor, Craig Morgan and Gloriana are scheduled to play. The event benefits the Wounded Warrior Project in its mission to honor and empower wounded military veterans. Tickets are $29, $49 and $89 depending on location and amenities.
The market itself will open at 10 a.m. and run during the event, with more than 300 vendors expected to participate. Vendors interested in maintaining a booth at St. Augustine’s may choose from indoor and outdoor 10- by 10-foot spaces ranging from $12 to $17 for a daily rate or $90 to $100 monthly. Extended spaces, tables, boxes, storage and electricity are all available for additional fees, detailed on the market’s website. St. Augustine’s Marketplace is the former St. John’s Flea Market, located at 3495 State Road 207, St. Augustine, FL, 32086, next to the St. John’s RV Park for vendors and attendees who wish to spend the night. More information may be obtained by calling 904-824-4210, faxing 904-824-9287, visiting www.staugustinefleamarket.com for the market or by visiting www.oldcitymusicfest.com for information about the music festival.