(St. Augustine, Fla.) – Two hundred and eighty-nine local and regional singers, musicians, comedians and poets have been added to the official Sing Out Loud Festival 2019 lineup, making the total number of artists performing at Florida’s largest free live entertainment festival 310.

Beginning September 6 and running through September 29, hundreds of performers will play at various venues around St. Augustine, Florida in an epic celebration of local, regional and national singers, songwriters, musicians, poets and comedians. The festival, now in its fourth year, will feature 310 performers ranging in genres from indie rock, Americana, blues and hip-hop to bluegrass, punk rock, jazz and comedy.

This year’s Festival brings local and regional acts together with headliners such as Grammy award-winning country music star Kacey Musgraves, retro soul group St. Paul and the Broken Bones, indie pop songstress Jenny Lewis, lo-fi guitar hero Kurt Vile, Americana troubadours Shovels and Rope, hip hop icon and member of Wu-Tang Clan GZA, beach goth purveyors The Growlers, punk rock torchbearers Hot Water Music and Propagandhi, indie rock charmer Phosphorescent, New Orleans brass troupe The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and many more. Every performance is free and open to the public with exception of the Saturday, September 21 Kacey Musgraves Benefit Concert.

The full 2019 Sing Out Loud Festival showcase lineups, set times and venues is available online at www.singoutloudfestival.com.

About Sing Out Loud Festival

The Sing Out Loud Festival is an annual live entertainment festival held throughout September in St. Augustine, Florida.

The St. Augustine Distillery proudly presents the Festival, with additional Festival support from Champion Brands, AVL Productions, Intuition Ale Works, WJCT 89.9FM, Folio Weekly, St. Augustine Historic Inns, TRYP St. Augustine, The Columbia Restaurant and Regency Inn and Suites.

The St. Johns County Cultural Events Division (which owns and operates the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and Ponte Vedra Concert Hall), the St. Johns Tourist Development Council and the St. Johns Cultural Council produce the annual Festival. Since its inception in 2016, the festival has welcomed an estimated 75,000 music fans, featured over 900 performing artists at a dozen local venues and raised over $100,000 for charitable organizations such as the Betty Griffin House of St. Johns County, United Way and the OneOrlando Fund.