Reunite the Rivers Concert
February 4 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join St. Johns RIVERKEEPER and JU’s Marine Science Research Institute (MSRI) for a concert in support of restoring the Ocklawaha River, the largest tributary of the St. Johns.
Bring your own chairs, blankets and refreshments and enjoy an afternoon of music. The local Twisting Roots food truck will be on site! Show your support for breaching the Rodman/Kirkpatrick Dam and reuniting Silver Springs, the Ocklawaha, and the St. Johns. Together, we can restore the Great Florida Riverway! RSVP for the concert and let us know you’re coming!
Directions to Jacksonville University Riverfront Amphitheater: Enter the University through the main gate from the roundabout at University and Merrill. Continue straight, down the hill, until you come to a parking lot. This is a great place to park, as the Dolphin Green and Amphitheater are right there on the St. Johns River. View the campus map (search for “Amphitheater”).
About the Band
Snake Blood Remedy is a traditional country music and Old Time band. Playing a variety of classic songs from 1800 to 1970, along with original compositions from singer, songwriter and founder JD Cook. The band began around 2013 with original members JD Cook and Mitch Holstein (washboard), soon being joined by John Paul Jackson (bass). With numerous players coming and going through the years eventually a solid lineup formed around 2017 with the addition of Micky Lynn, and Andre and Abigail Gruber on banjo, lead guitar and fiddle. Snake Blood Remedy pays due respect to some of the great music of days past and offers the listeners an authentic example of American folk tradition.
St. Johns Riverkeeper Members-Only Pre Party
Current members of St. Johns Riverkeeper are invited to join us for a pre-party at MSRI from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Become a member of St. Johns Riverkeeper today!
Great Florida Riverway Reunion Event Series
This concert event is part of the Great Florida Riverway Reunion – a series of events happening on February 4, 2023 throughout the Great Florida Riverway. It is a day where people that love the Ocklawaha and St. Johns Rivers and Silver Springs can come together to celebrate, connect and take action to reunite the Great Florida Riverway by breaching the Rodman/Kirkpatrick Dam. It’s not just one big reunion but a series of reunions from the headwaters of the Ocklawaha River at Lake Apopka to the confluence of the Ocklawaha and Silver Rivers near Silver Springs, to Palatka, near where the Ocklawaha and St. Johns Rivers unite, all the way to Jacksonville where the great riverway meets the Atlantic.