ST AUGUSTINE, Fla.-- It's the biggest concert of the year, and the city of St. Augustine has been planning for months.
"It's going to be great for local businesses, and great for everyone involved," Strider Stokes said.
Stokes and his Young Life ministry group will directly benefit from the Mumford and Sons concert. Ancient City Baptist Church is letting the group use its parking lot to raise money.
For $30 a day, music lovers can buy a parking pass and walk two blocks to Francis Field.
"It's going to be packed. We have plenty of passes available on both Friday and Saturday," he continued.
More than 25,000 people are expected. Good for business, and a good way to kickoff the 450th anniversary of the nation's oldest city.
"It allows folks to really see St. Augustine and experience the town and just have a great time and want to come back."
Young Life prefers people buy the tickets online
and in person at the Young Life building at 65 Valencia St.