New Leaf First Coast Music Fest announces two day local music festival!

10419412_10201133679022445_4796571777925482768_nJacksonville, Florida (June 16, 2014) – The Second Annual First Coast Music Fest has been announced for Labor Day weekend; August 30th and 31st, 2014. The New Leaf First Coast Music Fest is Jacksonville’s largest local music festival to be held at Underbelly, 1904 Music Hall, and Burro Bar; all in The Elbow district of downtown. This year the festival has expanded to two days and will feature some of Jacksonville’s most talented bands on four stages. “After last year’s First Coast Music Fest, we decided there was not enough time for all the talented groups Jacksonville has to offer, so we took the extra step to make the festival two days this year.” says Shawn Jasmin, the promoter for the First Coast Music Fest. “We are very happy to be partnered with Jacksonville companies such as New Leaf Vapor Company, Jam Brothers Music, 904 Happy Hour, Crazy Dave’s Music, The Loop Pizza Grill,The Elbow, and Free Time Radio. We hope by partnering with local companies we can make a big impact on the local economy here in Jacksonville.” This year’s festival lineup includes Grandpa’s Cough Medicine, World Gone, Palm Trees & Power Lines, Fusebox Funk, Lucky Costello, S.P.O.R.E., Sir Charles, Bryce Alastair Band, City Boi, EverSay, Askmeificare, Viktr, Amongst The Forgotten, Denied Til Death, Emma Moseley Band, and many more. The festival will feature over 60 local acts in total over the two days of the festival. Advance tickets go on sale July 1st and will be $10 for one day and $15 for two days. Tickets will be available with no service charge at any New Leaf Vapor Co location, Crazy Dave’s Music in Orange Park, and Stay Tuned Studios near the Avenues Mall. For the full lineup or more info visit the festivals website at or find @FCMFJax on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and make sure to #FCMF2 on social media!

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Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.
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