The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus comes to Café 11

By Emily Coyne |

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus will play at The Original Café Eleven on Wednesday, Feb. 22at 8pm. The alternative rock band with pop-punk vibes, formed in 2003 in nearby Middleburg, Fla., by high school friends Ronnie Winter and Duke Kitchens. Their debut album titled “Don’t You Fake It” went Gold in 2006, in part to the success of their most popular single “Face Down”, which peaked at No. 3 on the U.S alternative rock chart.

RJA is now touring in support of their latest album, “Am I The Enemy?,” released in Aug. 2011. Paying homage to their roots in northern Florida, St. Augustine is the first show of the tour.

Fan reviews of their shows on rate them at a 4.4 out of 5. Attendants can probably expect a sweaty mosh pit on top of a show packed with energy.

Tickets to the Café Eleven show can be bought at the door for $15. For more information, visit

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