Jacksonville Symphony offers bus transportation for Amelia Island residents

Media Release
January 30, 2018 1:00 p.m.

The Jacksonville Symphony is proud to offer bus transportation for Amelia Island residents looking to attend the Symphony. The buses help make attending Symphony concerts more convenient for those living in the Amelia Island area. The buses depart from, and return to, the Harris Teeter grocery store parking lot in Fernandina Beach the Friday of every Florida Blue Masterworks concert. The address for the Harris Teeter is 4800 First Coast Hwy, Shops at Amelia Market, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.

The Jacksonville Symphony offers a special discount to those who chose to ride the bus. A roundtrip bus seat and a premium concert ticket start at just $50 per concert.

There remaining concerts that buses are available for are listed below:

February 2 – Requiem for an Angel
February 23 – Shostakovich Five
March 16 – Mozart and Friends
April 6 – Brahms and Bruckner
April 27 – Classical Conversations
May 18 – American Landscapes
June 1 – Twilight of the Gods

All concerts listed above are performed in the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts starting at 8:00pm. Limited seating is available on each bus. To reserve your premium concert ticket and seat on the bus, or for more information, please call or email Group Sales at 904.356.0426 or [email protected]


The Jacksonville Symphony is North Florida’s leading music nonprofit offering live performances at Jacoby Hall in the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts and other venues throughout the area. In addition, the Symphony provides music instruction for youth and operates the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra. For more information about the Symphony, visit JaxSymphony.org, like them at facebook.com/JaxSymphony, follow them on @jaxsymphony, on Instagram at JaxSymphony and on YouTube at JacksonvilleSymphony.

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