Tiny Dock Concert Series

Tiny Dock Concert

Tiny Dock Concerts are back!

Join us by boat, kayak, SUP, or grab a spot on the St. Johns River Taxi to enjoy live, local musicians from unique venues on the St. Johns River.

Concerts are free to the public, and donation-based tickets are encouraged to support the concert series and St. Johns Riverkeeper, the Voice of the St. Johns River.

Firewater Tent Revival - Tiny Dock

Tiny Dock x Sip & Stroll

ft. The Firewater Tent Revival | May 19 | 5-8 p.m.

St. Johns Riverkeeper is taking the Tiny Dock for a Sip & Stroll!

The Tiny Dock Concert Series is partnering with Downtown Jacksonville’s monthly Sip & Stroll event this May to bring live, local music to the riverfront. Join us for an evening on Southbank Riverwalk to enjoy tunes from The Firewater Tent Revival, who will be playing just outside Chart House. Come by boat or foot for some fun, fellowship, food trucks and spirits.

John Lumpkin Institute

June 18 | 5-7 p.m.

Enjoy an evening of jazz with renowned jazz artist John Lumpkin Institute. John Lumpkin II is a producer, arranger, and artist within the jazz and gospel industry. While carrying his talents between Japan and Switzerland, he has also been a part of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Artist in Residency Program. In 2017, Wynton Marsalis combined with the Dr. Phillips Fine Arts Center in Orlando, FL to create the Dr. Phillips Jazz Orchestra, of which John was a part.

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John Lumpkin | June 18
Ramona + the Riot | December 3

Ramona + the Riot

December 3 | 5-7 p.m.

Although they receive creative inspiration from a number of styles, Ramona + the Riot combine a variety of compositional elements to form their unique sound. To date, Ramona + the Riot have three singles in their online discography.

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History

The Tiny Dock Concert Series started in 2020 when Riverkeeper members Brian and Amber Osborne wanted to bring live, local music back to their community in a safe way during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. They partnered with St. Johns Riverkeeper later that year and the series continues to highlight local talent and raise awareness for river-friendly boating.