The Unity Pink Motorcycle Ride is one of many events that have been changed due to the coronavirus.

Status of 2020 Fall Events in St. Augustine

What's happening for festivals and events this fall? Some have been postponed, others have been modified. Here's the list as we know it.

  • It's fall festival and events season in St. Augustine, when we usually look forward to a variety of fairs and festivals, including art shows, live music, and Halloween activities.

    With Covid-19 restrictions and common sense dictating how many people may gather in one location, St. Augustine's non-profits, fundraising organizations, and musicians have had to cancel their events or present them in a way that works in 2020.

    Some have come up with interesting ways to bring a smile to our faces and to keep the show going. Some have cancelled for this year only, others have gone online, and others, like the Unity Pink Motorcycle Ride, are going "live and virtual." (Yes, that's now a thing.)

    Here is our list of the festivals and annual events you may expect to attend this fall and what changes they have made due to these interesting times.

    October Events

    November Events

    Nights of Lights and Holiday Season 2020-21

    Nights of Lights will begin on November 14, 2020, and continue through January 31, 2021. Nights of Lights Tours will be happening throughout the season. Some traditional holiday events, including the Christmas Parade, the Regatta of Lights, and the Light-Up Night Celebration, have been cancelled. For complete information about the status of Nights of Lights and holiday events in St. Augustine, please visit here.

    Visit here for complete information on all Nights of Lights events.

    We are continuing to research the status of fall events, and will post current information as soon as it is available.

    Updated on October 19, 2020.





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Updated: Monday, October 19, 2020

Barbara Hart

Originally from Maine, Barbara arrived in St.Augustine in 2015, after a 5-year Atlantic cruise. Now that St. Augustine is "home," Barb still enjoys acting like a tourist — something she excelled at when she was a cruising sailor.