John Legend and Guest Gallant to make St. Augustine Amphtitheatre 2nd Stop on Darkness and Light Tour
The show is not yet sold out and neither are we but due to the artist’s popularity, it is bound too soon, so if you can get down to St. Augustine, book those tickets and a Sunday/Monday stay with us! Here at the Agustin Inn St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast we have you covered when it comes to best location amidst all the historic sights, the concerts and the beaches!
Enjoy the show Sunday night and relax with us Monday during a peaceful beginning to the week! We are right in the heart of the historic district where you can enjoy all the sights, sounds and even tastes of the nation’s oldest city!
John Legend hits the stage Sunday, May 14, 2017
Gates open at 5:30PM | show starts 7:00PM sharp
$117.00 – Seated Pit and Level 100
$89.00 – Level 200
$67.00 – Level 300 and Obstructed View
Acclaimed, multi-platinum selling, Oscar, Golden Globe and 10x Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter John Legend has announced dates for his highly anticipated North American tour, Darkness and Light Tour, which opens Friday, May 12th in Miami, FL. Hitting a number of major cities throughout the US including St. Augustine on May 14, the multi-city trek will also feature Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Gallant as the opening act.
The tour announces on the heels of Legend’s fifth studio album Darkness and Light, which has received a plethora of critical praise since its December 2nd release on Columbia Records. USA Today hailed the album as John’s “most personal record” with tracks like “Right By You” which they described as “a heart –tugging rumination on his 7-month old daughter, Luna.” Time Magazine called the body of work “unflappably classy” while the New York Times said Legend “treats love as something far more complex than a panacea and a fount of perpetual reassurance, with music to match.” Continuing, the New York Times pointed to the album’s most recent anthemic hit single, “Love Me Now”, which they praised as “a seize the moment song”, that “revolves around an insistent, lo-fi piano figure, and its chorus first arrives with Mr. Legend nearly alone, singing over simple, fading chords”.