When your guests are Bruce Horovitz the author of a great book on Gamble Rogers, Melissa Ross from WJCT’s First Coast Connect, Roger Bansemer, TV producer, fine artist, author and explorer, the Jaguar Legends organization founders Tony Gardner and Jonathan Fichter, and musical guests the The Obscure Brothers (Bob Patterson and Charley Simmons), and to top that a packed house, wow! you have a powerhouse of a show.
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The Romanza Festivale of Music and the Arts is ten days of historical, cultural, and creative events that celebrate all things St. Augustine. From May 4 to 13, 2018, the nation’s oldest city will be jam-packed with music and dance concerts, living history events and historical tours, live theater, and much more.
The Romanza Festivale includes more than 60 events and exhibits (many of them free) that showcase St. Augustine’s historical and cultural heritage. Performances, tours, and a variety of activities happen daily in many locations throughout the city. Romanza means romance, and this is the seventh year the Romanza Festivale will bring the talents of the arts community to the forefront to express their love affair with St. Augustine.
This year’s Romanza Festivale showcases the full sweep of local artistic endeavors, from opening night on Friday, May 4, to the closing concert by the St. Augustine Community Chorus on Sunday, May 14.