The St Augustine Tonight Show of March 29th had guests like Patty Wagstaff, aviator and US aerobatic champion, Jason Cullum, pastor of Christ Church, Tracy Upchurch, Mayor City of St Augustine, Teza Lord, artist, author and spirit activist. Special appearance by Christina Parish Stone, Executive Director of SJCC and Chris Bodor from the Ancient City Poets. Our musical guest the Side 3 Band.
Awesome night of great entertainment on March 8th. Our guests were Tracy Halcomb, documentary film producer, Magdalena Hess, jewelry designer & author, David Reed, musician & luthier, special appearance by author Tony Edwards, and our musical guests The Sax Pack. Check out our full show here.
An incredible night of entertainment on January 25th. Our guest were Lisa Lambka of Re-Chic Unique Boutique, Aria Mckenna of the Global Cooling Project Productions, Moliere Dimanche of GIPECA Productions, and Mariachi Primera Costa as our musical guests. Special appearances by Jule Meyer (Jule Art Tours) and Shannon Hart (Vecto Vision).Check out the show here.
St Augustine Tonight Show tickets are now available on the First Coast.TV website (www.firstcoast.tv). The St Augustine Tonight Show rolls out its 5th season, January 11th thru April 5th 2022, at the Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center (2nd Floor) every Tuesday night at 7:00pm, there will be parking and a cash bar, so get your season or single tickets.
This year marked the 200th anniversary of Florida becoming a U.S. territory and the official formation of St. Johns County, and celebrations were on Saturday, July 10, 2021. East and West Florida were transferred to the United States from Spanish control two hundred years ago in 1821. Saturday’s events started at 11 a.m. at the Governor’s House Cultural Center and Museum at 48 King St. in downtown St. Augustine. “Living history interpreters were dressed as Spanish and United States Troops, dignitaries and townspeople, as they would have appeared in 1821,”. “Declarations were made from the balcony of Governor’s House, documents were signed, in the courtyard.” At 11:20 a.m., re-enactors and others walked from the Governor’s House to the St. Francis Barracks at the National Guard headquarters at 82 Marine St. The public was invited to join the procession. At 11:45 a.m., the changing of flags ceremony took place at the barracks parade field. The Spanish flag was lowered, and the U.S. flag raised. Muskets and cannons were fired. Among the officials attending were Florida’s Secretary of State Laurel Lee, Spanish Ambassador Santiago Cabanas Ansorena and Consul General of Spain Jaime Lacadena. For longer version go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiL0hk3LjwQ&t=8s
The event Symposium on Saturday July 17 is all about St Johns County’s history and diverse culture since 1821.
The St Augustine Music Festival brought two concerts to the AMP to celebrate June 19th, here are the highlights of those concerts brought to you by First Coast TV.
First Coast.TV caught up with candidate Joe McAnarney, running for District 1 in St Johns County. This is what he had to say.
First Coast TV had a wonderful time on The Scott Grant Show, where we spoke about many topics, local and national. The show was taped on 5/13/2020.
After a month and a half of lock down I took another ride around town and beyond to check the new activity in the air, as we go into Phase 1.