Presented by the St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary Club and Bozard Ford!
Voted St. Augustine’s Best Festival by the readers of The St. Augustine Record
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014 and 2015
Voted St. Augustine’s Best Food Festival by the readers of Folio Weekly 2019!
- Award Winning regional and national BBQ champions
- 3 Days of Live Music
- Great Vendors, RV’s ATV’s, Leather goods & more
- Children’s Games, Rides, and Fun Foods
This is the 25th year of the Rhythm & Ribs Festival in St. Augustine, Florida and once again, sure to be voted the people’s choice for St. Augustine’s Best Festival.
Rhythm & Ribs will be held March 27th, 28th and 29th, 2020, at the Francis Field located behind the Visitors Information Center and parking garage, on West Castillo Drive, between U.S. 1 and South Castillo Drive (A1A) right in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine (our nation’s oldest city, founded in 1565).
Admission and Festival Times:
Friday, March 27th –
5pm – 10pm Entry $10 Adult*
Saturday, March 28th –
11am – 5pm Entry- $5 Adult*, 5pm – 10pm Entry- $10 Adult*
Sunday, March 29th –
11am – 5pm Entry- $5 Adult*
*15 yrs old and younger FREE
About St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary Cub
Formed in 1988 as an offshoot of the Noon Club with 35 charter members. Today we are 86 leaders within our professions and our community, who get together once a week for fellowship and an opportunity to give back to our community and the world.
Rhythm & Ribs is an all-volunteer effort of many more people than just our club members. Over 340 volunteers put in over 2,000 hours to run the festival for three days. Additionally, thousands of hours are spent planning the festival throughout each year.
All the members of the St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary Club volunteer most of their weekend alongside their many friends and supporters of Rhythm & Ribs.
History of the Festival
Rhythm & Ribs was founded by St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary in 1995 as an event from which all proceeds are donated to charitable organizations for local and international service-oriented projects, as well as providing a fun-filled weekend for the whole community.
What began as a small Barbeque Fest (its original name) has grown each year and attracts music lovers and barbeque aficionados from all over the Southeast and beyond. People of all ages come to enjoy the fun over the Festival weekend.
As the Festival has grown, the music lineup has expanded to include headliners such as JJ Grey & MOFRO, Sister Hazel, Rusted Root, Leon Russell, Dave Mason, and the Marshall Tucker Band, along with many well-loved local and regional musicians.
Mark your Calendars!
We will hold our 25th Anniversary in 2020 on March 27th, 28th & 29th!