Keeping local music alive, businesses connected & our community together. All while supporting our River & St. Johns Riverkeeper.
Come by boat, personal watercraft, or River Taxi!
Location: Ortega River west of Sadler Marina & Roosevelt Bridge.
Providing a new venue for live music, Tiny Dock Concert Series delivers varied artists to our tiny dock for any boater that wants to join us!
Located in the Ortega River, we aim to keep music alive, bring our community together, and raise awareness for the health and utilization of our river!
Keep the music playing by donating online >> one.bidpal.net/tinydock– (100% of the donations are tax deductible and go towards more concerts and the St. Johns Riverkeeper mission).
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is the Concert at Sadler Point Marina?
– No, the concert is not at Sadler, but close! It’s just west of Sadler (short boat ride) on the Ortega River. You’ll see the “Tiny Dock” and boats coming together! First one there? Look for the American flag and the Tiny Dock reflector sign on the end of the dock (or the band warming up)!
I don’t have a motor or sail boat, but can I still paddle to the Concert?
– You don’t have to have a motorized boat to join us. The “Tiny Dock” is about half a mile from two boat ramps (Wayne B Stevens & Curtis Johnson) where you can launch any boat, personal watercraft, SUP or other paddle gear! The Seminole Canoe and Kayak Club is also just across the Ortega river, and they make it affordable to store and easy to paddle any day!
We do have a safe zone set up for non-motorized craft to the east side of the stage marked with bouys.
What if I don’t have a motorized boat or a kayak, canoe, or SUP?
– St. Johns River Taxi has you covered! Head to their website or click our link tree above (about link on FB) to book a seat on one of their ferries. Now with their beer and wine permit experience this unique concert venue fully!