Best Concerts of the Week in Jacksonville

The Avett Brothers, Cheap Trick, Third Eye Blind, The Slaps and more

The Avett Brothers press pic
North Carolina punk-pickers turned roots megastars the Avett Brothers return to St. Augustine for two nights at The Amp | Credit: courtesy of the artist

Our weekly Go concert recommendations are updated every Monday morning and are always available on

For the comprehensive list of this week’s concerts, go to our live music calendar page.


Cheap Trick – Wednesday, March 15

Florida Theatre | Downtown Jacksonville 

Eighties rock icons Cheap Trick visit the Florida Theatre on Wednesday. 

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Third Eye Blind – Thursday, March 16

Florida Theatre | Downtown Jacksonville

Radio mainstays in the late-90s and early 2000s, Bay Area band Third Eye Blind is still going strong. They play the Florida Theatre on Thursday. 

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Bruckner’s Brilliance – Friday & Saturday, March 17 & 18

Jacoby Symphony Hall | Downtown Jacksonville

The Jax Symphony performs Austrian composer Anton Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony on Friday and Saturday at the Moran Theatre inside the Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts.  

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The Avett Brothers – Friday & Saturday, March 17 & 18

The Amp | St. Augustine 

Scott and Seth Avett, the Americana-rooted multi-instrumentalists and songwriters (and real-life bros) return to The Amp for a two-night stand on Friday and Saturday.  

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They Might Be Giants – Saturday, March 18 

PV Concert Hall | Ponte Vedra 

John Flansburgh and John Linnell, who, with a drum machine, emerged in the early ‘80s at They Might Be Giants, perform at the PV Concert Hall on Saturday. 

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Indie Rock 

The Slaps – Sunday, March 19 

The Walrus | Murray Hill 

Sometimes sparse, always surprising Chicago indie trio The Slaps visit The Walrus on Sunday. 

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