JJ Grey and Mofro
Friday, January 15 and Saturday January 16, 2021 at St. Augustine Amphitheatre
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre, now called The Amp, presents North Florida’s own Southern Swamp Rock group JJ Grey & Mofro for two nights —January 15 and 16 in 2021.
JJ Grey & Mofro, a local band that has become nationally known for their powerful combination of blues and soul, rock and funk, is a staple at many music festivals, including Bonnaroo, Rothbury, and Austin City Limits.
As a boy, Grey was drawn to country-rockers like Jerry Reed, as well as to Otis Redding and the other legends of Memphis soul. Meanwhile, however, Run-D.M.C. was being played on repeat in the parking lot of his high school. Merging these traditions, and working with a blue-collar ethic, Grey began touring as Mofro in the late '90s. In 2001, he released his debut LP Blackwater, which went on to become a favorite among roots-rock fans. With JJ Grey & Mofro’s most recent album, Ol’ Glory, Grey returned to his country, blues and soul roots.
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Admission: Ticket prices range from $70.00 to $97.00 . See seating chart below.
When: Friday, January 15, 2021 and Saturday, January 16, 2021. Each show begins at 7:00 p.m. and the doors will open at 6:00 p.m.
Where: The Amp is located at 1340 A1A South in St. Augustine, FL 32080.
Parking Information: The Amp is located on Anastasia Island next to Anastasia State Park. Limited paid parking is available in the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Main Lot, but only with advance purchase of a Premium Parking ticket. Free satellite parking areas are located within one mile of the Amphitheatre, at R.B. Hunt Elementary and at Anastasia State Park (see map below).
Shuttle Information: The St. Augustine Amphitheatre shuttle system begins its run 60 minutes prior to show time. The shuttle will pick up event patrons at four designated shuttle stops: the R.B. Hunt Elementary School Soccer Field, the west entrance of the Anastasia State Park Main Parking Lot, the Loop at the Anastasia State Park, and the entrance of The Amp. To see the full shuttle route, please see the map below.
Shuttles will run continuously until approximately 60 minutes after the scheduled start time of a concert. For anyone wanting to leave prior to the end of a show, shuttles will begin taking people back to the satellite parking areas one hour before the event is over. The driver will not depart from The Amp until the shuttle is more than 50% full.