Radar: To Do in JAX 2.10- 2.15

St Johns Flower Market. Photo from fb.com/stjohnsflowermarket.

Already halfway into February 2022 and it’s off to a fast start. Do not let the year fly by without enjoying all of the fun activities in the city of Jacksonville, many of which take place this week, like an RV Show, the Jacksonville Symphony, dinner and a show, and more. With the majority of the city’s entertainment taking place over the weekend, be sure to check your schedule and get tickets in advance. There is never a dull moment in Jax. 

2.10 – 2.13

“Jacksonville RV MegaShow”
Travel trailers, motor homes, tent campers, and more, the “Jacksonville RV MegaShow” will have plenty of recreational vehicles on display, all from four local dealers. For guests considering a purchase, there will also be insurance and finance representatives to answer questions. The exhibition will include a family-friendly atmosphere, music, concessions, and giveaways. The luckiest attendee will win a $250 door prize, so this is the perfect time to hunt for your next RV. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. $10. Jacksonville Equestrian Center: 13611 Normandy Blvd. Jacksonville, FL; frvta.org // @floridarvta

2.11 – 2.13

“Amour” Dinner & Performance
At the Picinich-Byrd Theatre, prepare for an engulfing performance of “Amour” this Friday evening, showcasing talented dancers who best represent a collection of romantic short stories through their intimate movements. For two weekends in a row, you can witness this entertaining production and also indulge in a four-course meal, catered by Biscottis. Guest Artist Principal Dancer, Myrna Kamara, will also make an appearance for the February 18, 19, and 20 showings. Various times. $125+. Picinich-Byrd Theatre, 10131 Atlantic Blvd. Jacksonville, FL; floridaballet.org // @flballet


Robb Banks
Ever since Banks released his debut mixtape, “Calendars,” in 2011, he has gained more recognition in the American rap industry. His stage name, Robb Bank$, is his better-known persona. Dropping several mixtapes over the past decade, he will now be playing live on stage at The Justice Pub in Jacksonville. Whether a fan of Banks or simply a fan of rap, let this concert spice up your Friday night. 7 p.m. $10-$100. The Justice Pub: 315 E Bay St. Jacksonville, FL; facebook.com/robbbanksofficial // @robbbanks


Hogan’s Creek Fest
At Klutho Park, Groundwork Jacksonville is inviting the community to come and enjoy music, food, and activities on a (supposedly) sunny Florida Saturday. As a part of Hogan’s Creek Fest, there will be demonstrations from area nonprofits and the chance to see preliminary plans for the Hogan’s Creek restoration project. With a goal to improve water quality, reduce flooding, and create recreational opportunities, Groundwork Jacksonville is working hard on Hogan’s Creek restoration plan. 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Free. Klutho Park: 635 3rd St. Jacksonville, FL; groundworkjacksonville.org // @groundworkjax

The Jacksonville Symphony
Consistently pleasing fans and regularly scheduled to perform across the city, the Jacksonville Symphony will be playing this Saturday at the Center for Performing Arts. As one of the nation’s top regional orchestras, the Jacksonville Symphony will be focusing on brass, organ, and percussion for this Saturday’s show. The symphony is a must-see for any residents who have not yet attended a concert. 7:30 p.m. $25-$55. Jacksonville Center for Performing Arts: 300 Water St. Jacksonville, FL; jaxsymphony.org // @jaxsymphony

2.12 – 2.13

Valentine’s Market
St Johns Flower Market will be having a timely opportunity to shop for flowers of all sorts and types. Aside from floral luxuries, there will be other vendors, of which include Bee Grateful Apiaries, Spruce Jax, CJ’S Kettle Corn, Sequential Coffee, Travelers Emporium, and Bijubee Jewelry. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, this could be a good chance for the last-minute shoppers to snag a lovely gift. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Varying costs. St Johns Flower Market: 4015 Saint Johns Ave. Jacksonville, FL; stjohnsflowermarket.com // @stjohnsflowermarket


Folio Magazine’s “2019 & 2020 Cover Band of the Year,” Blistur will be playing at Arnold’s Lounge in St. Augustine, just on the outskirts of Jacksonville. Founded in 2005 by Chris Kellam and Neal Gupton, Blistur now has three members, including Vince Jones. The band plays rock n’ roll all across the state of Florida and has fans all over. 2 p.m. Free. Arnold’s Lounge:  3912 N Ponce De Leon, St. Augustine, FL; blistur.com // @blisturband


Flask & Cannon Trivia
Every Tuesday and Thursday, Flask & Cannon gets pretty rowdy because of all of the trivia attendees, who are ready to square up against other knowledgeable locals. The game includes multiple rounds, with different categories and points. It is completely free to play but you may find yourself craving one of their unique drinks on the menu. 7:30 p.m. Free. Flask & Cannon: 528 1st St. N, Jacksonville Beach, FL; flaskandcannon.simplesite.com // @flaskandcannon

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