Three sold-out shows by jam band Widespread Panic will go on this weekend as planned, the band announced on it’s Facebook page.

 

The band, which includes Jacksonville drummer Duane Trucks, plays Friday, Saturday and sunday at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

Here’s the announcement from the band’s Facebook page:

“St. Augustine and Widespread Panic are excited to announce the shows September 15, 16, & 17th WILL go on as scheduled!

“St. Augustine shows its resilience and welcomes Panic fans this weekend.

“Headed to the shows? Bring donations for Feeding Northeast Florida, who will be on-site accepting non-perishable food and monetary donations. NOTE: Monetary donations are preferred and help make a bigger impact. Every $1 donation = 6 meals!

“Not headed to the show? Give online: feedingnefl.org”


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