Boats on the Dock

Lullaby of the Rivers presents

Earth Day Fair & Live Music

Saturday & Sunday, April 20th – 21st, 2024

  • Saturday, the 20th: 11am – 8pm

  • Sunday, the 21st: 11am – 6pm

@ North Shores Park in Vilano Beach

Pricing below

Lullaby of the Rivers Festival 2024

Full Event Schedule

Saturday, April 20th


  • 11:00am – The Hendricks Band
  • 12:00pm – Crawford’s Boyd’s Acoustic Anomaly
  • 1:00pm – The Morrow Family Band
  • 2:00pm – Bad Dog Mama
  • 3:00pm – Katherine Archer
  • 4:00pm – Sam Pacetti
  • 5:00pm – Carpetbaggers
  • 6:00pm – Duffy Bishop Band
  • 7:00pm – John Dickie IV with Collapsible B


SPRINGS STAGE in the Community Center

  • 11:00am – HAWKE (Humane Association of Wildlife Care and Education)
  • 12:00pm – Jam-ology Students & Black Manatee
  • 1:00pm – Open Mic
  • 2:00pm – Open Mic
  • 3:00pm – Camille & Friends
  • 4:00pm – Katherine Archer
  • 5:00-8:00pm – Ancient City Jazz Collective – The Burn Unit

Sunday, April 21st


  • 11:00am – The Skinny
  • 11:30am – Bartram Troubadour
  • 12:00pm – The Dunehoppers
  • 12:45pm – Amy Hendrickson
  • 1:30pm – Thick n Thin String Band
  • 2:15pm – SAUCE BOSS Bill Wharton
  • 3:30pm – Bear and Robert
  • 4:15pm – Brian Smalley
  • 5:00pm – Michael Jordan
  • 5:45pm – Bob Patterson


SPRINGS STAGE in the Community Center

  • 1:00pm – Open Mic
  • 2:00pm – Open Mic
  • 3:00pm – Bridges
  • 4:00-6:00pm – St. Augustine Jazz Society

Festival Daily Admission Pricing

Tickets on Sale now

  • $10 – Daily Admission
  • $5 – Seniors
  • $5 – Active military and veterans
  • $5 – First responders
  • 16 and under FREE

Please contact us for special group rates.

Learn about

The Festival

Celebrate Earth Day by taking a short trip across St. Augustine’s harbor to the Lullaby of the Rivers Festival. This annual event takes place on Earth Day weekend in Vilano Beach at North Shores Park. The festival features Americana music by regional and local performers and an Earth Day Fair with food vendors and environmental exhibits. The festival makes getting into nature fun for everyone, with kid-friendly activities and an extraordinary lineup of performances.

The Lullaby of the Rivers Festival kicks off a year of experiential learning opportunities such as river expeditions, environmental fairs, and youth camps. The festival mission is to awaken and nurture our connection to the environment for future generations. We explore the link between the natural world and human well-being. Rivers are a universal element in human civilization. At the Lullaby of the Rivers Festival we teach people to learn their names, tell their stories, and
keep them clean.

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Our Mission

The Lullaby of the Rivers Festival mission is to awaken and nurture connections to nature in gatherings of all ages, with music and stories that inspire environmental awareness and consciousness through performances, workshops, interactive exhibitions, and partnership programs.