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Music fills the summer skies

SAINT AUGUSTINE: The sweet sounds of summer continue as area concerts are spotlighted through Labor Day.

Music by the Sea, sponsored by the St. Augustine Beach Civic Association, continues through Sept. 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. and each concert will have dinner available from a local restaurant.

The July 11  concert features Grapes of Roth with classic and new rock.. Food will be provided Mango Mangos. The concerts are free.

July 18 it’s Ain’t Too Proud to Beg, with 70’s, 80’s and pop dance. Little Margie’s FA Cafe will provide the food.

Concerts in the Plaza de la Constitucion, in downtown St. Augustine, began May 31 and continue until Aug. 30. There is no charge. Those attending should bring lounge chairs for seating. Picnic dinners are popular, but no alcoholic beverages are allowed.  Concerts in the Plaza continue from 7 to 9 p.m. each Thursday during the summer.

July 12 is Friends of Mine Band, with classic folk music. July `9 the spotlight turns to The Raisin Cake Orchestra featuring New Orleans Jazz.

Music in the Park is presented by Anastasia State Park from 6 to 8 p.m. in the park’s beach pavilion adjacent to Island Beach Grill. There is an open jam session from 5 to 6 p.m. each time. The concert is free with park admission of $8 per vehicle with two to eight persons; and $2 for pedestrians and bicyclist.

The next Music in the Park is July 28 with Those Guys, playing Florida classic rock

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