Widespread Panic To Go Ahead With Shows In St. Augustine

The state of Florida was battered recently by Hurricane Irma and St. Augustine was one of the cities hit. Georgia jam titans Widespread Panic are set to play the St. Augustine Amphitheatre from Friday to Sunday nights and today the band confirmed the shows will go on.

“St. Augustine and Widespread Panic are excited to announce the shows September 15, 16, & 17th WILL go on as scheduled!” reads a note from the band and the city. “St. Augustine shows its resilience and welcomes Panic fans this weekend.”

Those headed to the show are asked to bring donations for Feeding Northeast Florida, who will be on-site accepting non-perishable food and monetary donations. For those not headed to the show who want to donate, head here to give online.

Widespread Panic first played the St. Augustine Amphitheatre in 2008 and performed at the venue twice last September as part of their Fall Tour 2016.

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