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The St. Johns County Cultural Events Division is proud to present The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall (PVCH), a multipurpose performing arts facility located in the heart of Ponte Vedra Beach.
The first phase of construction completed in Spring 2011 successfully converted the main floor of the former Baptist Church into a modern performing arts facility with the flexibility to house multiple events, varying from a 450 person theatre style layout, or up to a 900 person standing room only concert hall.
The second phase of renovations aims to add an additional 400 seats to the upper level, plus a VIP lounge. The entire 2nd phase will be funded by private organizations and individuals through the Friends of the Ponte Vedra Hall Inc. Campaign. With your help, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall has the ability become the #1 intimate venue in the Southeastern United States.
Please check this website often and join our mailing list for updates on upcoming events at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, as the event schedule is constantly evolving.
1050 A1A North, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Accessible seating is available to those with mobility disabilities who require accessible seating because of their disability. This includes individuals who use wheelchairs, those who use other mobility devices and people who have significant arthritis, or severe respiratory, circulatory or cardiac conditions. Individuals who, because of their disability, cannot sit in a straight-back chair or those whose service dogs that cannot fit under a non-accessible seat or lie safely in the aisle are also permitted to purchase accessible seats.
Onsite, free parking is available on a first come, first serve basis.
For events not produced by the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division, parking fees will be at the discretion of the event producer.
Fort Mose Historic State Park is the site of the first legally sanctioned free African settlement in what is now the United States. In 1738, the Spanish governor of Florida chartered the settlement of Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose, or Fort Mose for short, as a settlement for those fleeing slavery from the English colonies in the Carolinas. Over the next 25 years, Fort Mose and Spanish Saint Augustine became a sanctuary for Africans seeking liberation from the tyranny of English slavery.
For half a century, visitors to St. Augustine have made the St. Augustine/St. Johns County Visitor Information Center their first stop upon arriving in the Nation’s Oldest City. Commonly known as the “VIC,” the center offers information on special and cultural events, brochures and guidebooks for the area's attractions, clean restrooms, a gift shop. The VIC is staffed with friendly fully licensed tour guide hosts who gladly share information on attractions, museums, tours, accommodations, restaurants and unique shopping opportunities. The VIC is where a St. Augustine vacation begins, whether you plan to stay a day, a weekend or longer.