25 of the Most Fun Things You Can Do in Jax This November



You’ve got a busy month ahead of you, with concerts, comedy tours, tastings, tailgates and plenty more to keep you occupied as temperatures in Jax drop and the holiday season begins.


Friday, November 1

Cody Ko and Noel Miller

YouTubers Cody Ko and Noel Miller are coming to Jacksonville for their Tiny Meat Gang tour. If you’re not familiar, Cody Ko has just under four million subscribers on his YouTube channel. Noel Miller has 1.6 million subscribers. Enjoy a performance as they showcase their personality with a night of rap and “cringe” style comedy. (Florida Theater Jacksonville // 8 p.m. // $40+)

THE ART DISTRICT: An Influencer Warehouse Mixer

Are you one of the movers and shakers in your industry? This might be the right event for you! Come and meet, connect, and network with other Jacksonville leaders. There will be a live art gallery and a live broadcast of The Original Knockoffs Podcast. (70 E Union St. // 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. // $10)


Saturday, November 2

Extra Life

This time your high score can make a difference. Extra-life is a 24-hour gaming marathon. Funds raised during this event will support local pediatric programs. Take a break from your usual guild and help pwn with the Extra-Life Jacksonville Guild for a 12 hour Game Day. Let’s grind and level-up together. (UF Health Jacksonville – LRC Atrium // 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. // Free)

Florida vs Georgia Tailgate

Alright, Florida fans, it is time for a quick timeout. Come in for the huddle, and let us discuss the Tailgate Party. Our rival is coming onto our turf, and we will show off our pride. As our Gators give it their all, we will be watching every second of it with our 80inch TV and large projector screen. We will hear the cheers for our team thanks to an amazing sound system. Just make sure you bring a chair and show your team pride with the signature Gator Chomp. (111 Liberty St. // 12-10 p.m. // $50+)

Make-A-Zine Day

Do the zinesters Erika Rienstien and May Summer sound familiar? They founded Grrrl Press because and they use a zine, a mini-magazine, as a platform to express themselves. Women Writing for a Change is holding a workshop for you to make your own zine. Come and make your own zine and share copies with your friends and family. (1610 Osceola St. // 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. // $87+)

RuPaul’s Drag Race

RuPaul once said, “We all came into this world naked. The rest is all drag.” You can now see your favorite drag queens for the RuPaul’s Drag Race: Werq the World Tour. Enjoy performances by Asia O’Hara, Detox, Monet X Change, and your favorite queens from the award+winning show, RuPaul’s Drag Race. Catch them before they sashay away. (Florida Theater Jacksonville // Starts at 8 p.m. // $61+)


Wednesday, November 6

Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly: The Rock ‘N’ Roll Dream Tour

The iconic Rock & Roll musicians, Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly, are on tour together with the help of technology. This holographic performance will transport you back in time. (Florida Theater // Starts at 7:30 p.m. // $35+)


Thursday, November 7

Candle Maker Worksop

Gather some soy-based wax, scented oils, some wicks, and a few other ingredients, and you are on your way to making your own candle. At the Candle Maker Workshop, you will learn how to make candles with a master crafter. (Hyperion Brewing Company // 7-9:30 p.m. // Free)


Friday, November 8

Elvis Costello

Costello was recently awarded the title as Officer of the Order of the British Empire for his “service to music.” This is your chance to watch Elvis Costello for his “Just Trust” tour and enjoy his service to music. (St. Augustine Amphitheatre // Doors 8 p.m. // $49+)

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Florida native band, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, is touring the state and this is your chance to watch them live. (Murray Hill Theatre // Doors 7 p.m. // $20+)


Saturday, November 9

Cirque du Soleil Axel

Cirque du Soleil Axel… on ICE! Come watch your favorite acrobatic performance… on ICE! Watch the heroes embark on an adventure to reclaim the stolen light. (VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena // 3:30 p.m. // $48+) 

Jacksonville PorchFest 2019

It is time to celebrate with porches. Festivities include 18 performers, with all-female headliners. In the evening, you can enjoy a concert in Klutho Park. (Springfield Historic District // 12-9 p.m. // Free to Attend)

Monte Carlo Night

Pull the slot machine and get 777. Jackpot! If you’re feeling lucky, this is your chance to participate in a Monte Carlo Night. (Elks Lodge Mandarin // 5-11 p.m. // $25)


Sunday, November 10

USWNT vs. Costa Rica friendly

Come and see Megan Rapinoe and the US Women’s National Soccer Team, the winners of the World Cup, face off against Costa Rica for this international friendly game. (TIAA Bank Field // Starts 8 p.m. // $35+)


Tuesday, November 12

The Japanese House

Amber Bain is The Japanese House. If you’re not familiar, Bain composes her music with her vocals, guitar, synthesizer, and keyboard to create an indie-pop experience. (Jack Rabbits Live // Starts 8 p.m. // $18)


Thursday, November 14

Om in the Dome Planetarium Yoga

Can you imagine what it would be like to do the Sun Salutation sequence surrounded by stars? Well you can enjoy the tranquility as you practice yoga under the stars. Come and join Melissa Hirschman and John Guinta for an evening of yoga and music. (Bryan-Gooding Planetarium at MOSH // 6:30-8 p.m. // $20)


Friday, November 15

Kevin James

The King of Queens is coming to Jacksonville. Kevin James is returning to his roots with his latest standup. (The Florida Theatre // 7-10 p.m. // $45+)


Saturday, November 16

FBG 2019 Barrel-Aged, Sour, & Cider Fest

Do not miss your chance to enjoy a Craft Beer event. The best part, these are from Florida exclusive breweries. Taste your favorite beer and ciders. (Intuition Ale Works // 2-5 p.m. // General: 35$ Door: 45$)

Giving Back Market

Everyone give local businesses a round of applause. Come and support local businesses while also supporting your own community. Your dog is welcome to tag along! (Kanine Social // 12-4 p.m. // Free to attend) 

North Florida Floating Lanterns Festival

Write how you feel on a lantern and let it float off into a lake. Now imagine other lanterns gliding on the lake as they light up the water. This is the first event of its kind, and your chance to participate in a beautiful moment. (World Golf Village Renaissance St. Augustine Resort // 6-9 p.m. // $5+)


Thursday, November 21

Miranda Lambert: Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour

Miranda Lambert is coming to Jacksonville for her Roadside Bar and Pink Guitars Tour. Come and enjoy her musical performance and associated acts: Maren Morris, Pistol Annies, and Ashley McBryde. (VyStar Veterans Arena // 7 p.m. // $22+)


Friday, November 22

The Official Supernatural Convention Jacksonville in Jacksonville

Sam and Dean Winchester are coming to Jacksonville! Wait a moment, the cast of Supernatural is coming for Jacksonville’s Supernatural convention. There may not be demons, but there are a series of opportunities that will help make this a truly memorable experience. (Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront // Nov 22-24 // $60+)

Sara Bareilles: Amidst The Chaos Tour

I’m not gonna write you a description of the event ‘cause you asked for it. Just kidding! Sara Bareilles is coming to Jacksonville for her Amidst The Chaos Tour. Enjoy the lineup of Emily King and Sara Bareilles herself. (Daily’s Place // 8 p.m. // $21+)


Saturday, November 30

Jacksonville Light Boat Parade

Enjoy the evening with boats lighting up the St. John River and a firework show. This has been a staple event of the community for over 30 years. You should not miss your chance to take part. (Downtown Jacksonville // 7 p.m. // Free)

St. Augustine Festival of Art

For the 54th year, the St. Augustine Festival of Art is being held on Thanksgiving weekend. Art from regional and national figures will be on display. (Fancis Field // 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.  // $2)

Do you know of an awesome event this November that belongs on our list? Show off all the fun you have this month by tagging #FrayLife #JaxFray on social!

Need even more of a live music fix this November? Check out these fall concerts you need to attend!

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