On November 5th the First Coast had a special treat at the Downtown Jacksonville Art Walk. The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra performed two live concerts for free to a crowd of fans. It was an exceptional night for our downtown!  We thought we should share some photos of the spectacular evening, just in case you missed it!

The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra played a few tunes for the crowds.
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra is considered one of the best regional orchestras.
The cool night air was perfect to listen to a classical orchestra.
The bright trills of the violins to the soft resonance of the cello filled the air Wednesday night.
A full crowd under a full moon came to listen to the special concert by Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra put on two free shows in Hemming Plaza with conductor Michelle Merrill.
An artist that works with metal works on a copper sharks tooth.
Some food trucks, like Sweet Petes Candy, came to share their unique treats with Art Walk.
Visitors to Jacksonville’s monthly Art Walk can take a look at local artists’ work in Hemming Plaza and beyond.