Best Concerts in Jacksonville | Jul. 17-23

Yellowcard, Young the Giant, Michael Franti & Spearhead and more

Yellowcard press photo
One of the biggest Jacksonville-music success stories ever, pop-punkers Yellowcard are back with a new single. They'll celebrate the 20-year anniversary of their best-selling album 'Ocean Avenue' at Daily's Place this week | Courtesy of the artist

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Buckcherry – Tuesday, July 18

Underbelly | Downtown Jacksonville

Hard-rock outfit Buckcherry, who had a handful of alt-rock-radio hits in the ‘90s, including “Lit Up,” play Underbelly on Tuesday. 



Emily Davis – Wednesday, July 19

Jack Rabbits | San Marco

El Paso-based alt-folk-punk-funk artist Emily Davis and her band the Murder Police headline a four band bill, which includes Tori Nance, Bethany & The Cryin’ Wolves and Celia Tice, at Jack Rabbits on Wednesday. 



Young The Giant – Thursday, July 20 

The Amp | St. Augustine 

Popular alternative rock band, California’s Young The Giant visits the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on Thursday. 



Darius Rucker – Thursday, July 20

Daily’s Place | Downtown Jacksonville

Former Hootie and the Blowfish frontman turned country superstar Darius Rucker performs at Daily’s Place on Thursday. 



Yellowcard – Friday, July 21

Daily’s Place | Downtown Jacksonville

Two decades ago, Ocean Avenue, the fourth studio album by pop-punk band Yellowcard transformed the band from Duval-based hometown heroes to jet-setting MTV/pop-radio stars. On Friday, Yellowcard celebrates the 20-year anniversary of their biggest album with a hometown concert, playing Daily’s Place. 



Michael Franti & Spearhead – Sunday, July 23

The Amp | St. Augustine

Michael Franti & Spearhead bring their positive-vibes-only fusion of roots, reggae and pop-stylings to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on Sunday. 


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