Go | The best concerts in Jax this week

Country star Charley Crockett, an album release show, electronic trio Joywave, a Patsy Cline cover band and Widespread Panic X 3

Widespread Panic photos
Popular and enduring jam band Widespread Panic plays three nights at the Amp beginning Friday | Credit: Press photograph by Josh Timmerans

Every week, the JME team looks long and hard at the concert calendar to identify the best shows in Jacksonville. Our weekly Go recommendations are updated each Monday morning and are always available on jaxmusic.org.

This week, vintage-country aesthete Charley Crockett, indie-electronic-dance trio Joywave and beloved jam band Widespread Panic all visit the First Coast. Also this week, local singer-songwriter Cory Driscoll will celebrate a new album with a release show. And Beaches-based Patsy Cline tribute act Patsy’s Daydream plays the T-Dub’s Mercantile.

Here’s the rundown of what JME contributors want to see and hear in and around Jacksonville this week.


Charley Crockett – Wednesday, March 23

Ponte Vedra Concert Hall | Ponte Vedra

A noted purveyor of Americana, singer-songwriter Charley Crockett has a unique feel for vintage sounds, exploring the country canon with a keen sense of humor. The Texas native brings his varietous songbook to the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall on Wednesday. 

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Cory Driscoll: Eureka Springs Release Show – Thursday, March 24

Sun-Ray Cinema | Five Points 

Like many artists of a bygone LP-centric era, Jax-based singer-songwriter Cory Driscoll writes tunes based around a theme in order to create an entire body of work –– it’s called an album, kids! On Thursday Driscoll celebrates the release of his latest, Eureka Springs, performing the record front-to-back with a full band at Sun-Ray Cinema.  

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Joywave – Thursday, March 24

Jack Rabbits | San Marco

New York indie-electronic-dance trio Joywave bring their laundry list of college-radio chart toppers and post-punk energy to Jack Rabbits in San Marco. 

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Nattali Rize – Friday, March 25

1904 Music Hall | Downtown Jacksonville

Australia-native and Jamaica-based roots singer-songwriter Nattali Rize brings her pop- and reggae- infused rhythms to Downtown Jacksonville’s 1904 Music Hall on Friday. 

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Patsy Cline

Patsy’s Daydream – Saturday, March 26

T-Dubs Mercantile | Atlantic Beach 

Patsy Cline was one of the most influential singers of the 20th Century. Tianna Disalvo is a Jacksonville musician who, aside from loving Patsy Cline, has a formidable voice herself. Patsy’s Daydream is a band of Jacksonville musicians, led by Disalvo, that covers songs made famous by Patsy Cline. They play T-Dub’s Mercantile in Atlantic Beach on Saturday. Got it? 

$10 at the Door | Map  


Widespread Panic – Friday, March 25; Saturday, March 26; Sunday, March 27

St. Augustine Amphitheatre | St. Augustine 

No other jam band since The Dead has encouraged as much devotion as Athens, Georgia’s Widespread Panic. The noodling sextet will give their devotees all they can ask for (and more) with three consecutive performances at The Amp.

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