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The city of St. Augustine ran the numbers on last month's "Gentlemen of the Road" event featuring Mumford and Sons and learned they actually lost money.
Photo by Megan V. Winslow
The disappointment is still sinking in for restaurants in downtown St. Augustine after they didn't have the big sales the expected for the Gentlmen of the Road festival last weekend.
Organizers for the big Mumford and Sons concert over the weekend told Channel 4 Monday night that the big event was a success.
After the curtain closed on this weekend's Gentlemen of the Road Stopover, some in St. Augustine say it was a big money maker. Other merchants say they didn't benefit at all, or the concert actually shut them down.
The Gentleman of the Road tour wraps up as thousands were getting their party on at Francis Field.IMAGES: Mumford & Sons & friends |
Gates opened Friday afternoon for the first of two days of "Gentlemen of the Road" concerts in St. Augustine.
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