Quality Inn Historic District
1111 N. Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Saint Augustine, FL 32084
Phone: (904) 824-5554
Fax: (904) 829-2948
1111 N. Ponce De Leon Blvd., Saint Augustine, FL, US, 32084
- Phone: (904) 824-5554
- Fax: (904) 829-2948
This theatre performs in an intimate setting seven times throughout the year and showcases everything from comedy to drama and musicals. They also host an annual Playwrights' Festival from mid-July through August, where two first-time productions selected from state wide submissions are performed. This is St Augustine's only year-round theater. The season runs from September through August. Tickets for plays are $20 and musical performances run $25. There are discounts for seniors (62+), students and the military.
The Flagler College Auditorium, located across the street from the main campus, is the main venue for speeches and symposiums held under the auspices of the school, but is also used as the setting for play, concerts and forums in the city.
Formerly known as Gypsy Comedy Club, and moved from its previous location by Jackie herself, Jackie Knight's Comedy Club has its home at Johnny's restaurant. Have a meal and drinks while you enjoy the show.
Opened in November 2012 with a scintillating gig by upcoming punk band Hundred Waters, The Standard has created a huge following among the music lovers within a short span of time. This flexible venue has a seating capacity for 300 spectators, however more crowd can by accommodated during shows with standing room only. With live music being the core form of entertainment scheduled at this intimate space, other events like art shows, CD release parties and drama events also feature in its calender. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Neon lights and trimmings both on the outside and inside features a casual and festive atmosphere. Advertising "urban cuisine and cab fare," to describe their unusual preparations, the restaurant is located on Anastasia Boulevard, across the Bridge of Lions from historic downtown St Augustine. Their award-winning selection of seafood, steaks and chicken are highly popular. Fresh soups include black bean or smoky sweet potato. A variety of sandwiches and a smorgasbord of entrees includes seafood jambalaya, Italian sausage sauté, Cayman Island chicken, lamb, or pork. A full bar is available.
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is one of the most important venues in town. Throughout the year it is abuzz with activities and events. Concerts, movie screenings to public shows, this event venue has hosted almost everything. For more details and to view the seating chart, check website.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
First Coast Opera provides a diversion for performing arts fans. Comprised of both professional and student singers from across the First Coast area. Performances feature classical arias, ensembles and choruses. Barbara Norris is the artistic director and hails from leading companies in New York and Delaware.
The only IMAX theater in North Florida, this theater offers a wide range of exciting and educational films for the entire family to enjoy.
Located just off the buzzing A1A North in the lively Ponte Vedra Beach community in St. John's County, the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall is a very well-equipped venue for events. Among the facilities on offer are a grand performance stage, a visual arts lobby, space for meetings and conventions, and even a bar. Aiming at being one of the more happening venues in the state, which won't be difficult with the state-of-the-art equipment, this concert hall is sure to be buzzing with a variety of events. See the website or call for more information.