This weekend in Jacksonville offers a variety of arts and culture events to enjoy. Here are some picks to help you plan your weekend activities:

Winterland Music Festival: The Winterland Music Festival is back for its sixth year, featuring a lineup of big-name nationally touring independent artists along with emerging local and regional acts. Headliners include Blonde Redhead on Friday, Caroline Rose on Saturday, and Osees on Sunday. The festival also features local talent such as poet Ebony Payne-English, guitarist Ava Mendoza, singer-songwriter Laney Tripp, and saxophonist Isaiah Collier. Most of the festival is free to attend, with tickets required for the main stage area. Single and three-day passes are still available. Check out the full schedule and lineup guide for more information.

Jacksonville Symphony: Music of the Knights: The Jacksonville Symphony will be performing music by three knighted Englishmen – Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Sir Elton John. The symphony will have three performances, starting with a Friday morning Coffee Series at 11 a.m., followed by evening performances on Friday and Saturday night. Visit the website for tickets and more information.

World Of Nations Celebration: The World of Nations Celebration is a long-standing community event that showcases the arts, culture, cuisine, and customs of nearly three-dozen countries. Taking place near Everbank Stadium on Talleyrand Avenue, this event will run on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., respectively. Tickets start at , with free entry for children under three. Get more details and purchase tickets online.

These events offer a diverse range of cultural experiences to enjoy in Jacksonville this weekend. Whether you’re a music lover, art enthusiast, or foodie, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in the city.

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