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First Fridays in Starland

Sep 01, 2020 - Dec 04, 2020

This event occurs monthly, on day 1 of every 1 month(s).

 Monthly arts event in Savannah’s Starland District, with street fair, art market or gallery shows. Starland doesn’t like to define itself, and that extends to its location. Although the neighborhood has no established boundaries, it is generally considered to comprise the 35 or so blocks centered around Bull Street north of Victory Drive, bordered by 37th, Barnard and Drayton...

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Part of a new fall concert series of rescheduled 2020 Savannah Music Festival performances, St. Paul & the Broken Bones will perform live at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts in historic Savannah, Georgia on Thursday, September 3 at 8:30 p.m. Formed in 2012, St. Paul & The Broken Bones has spent the last seven years touring the world. The Birmingham, Alabama-based...

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Shinedown Concert

Sep 06, 2020

Multi-platinum rock band Shinedown has announced their Shinedown: Deep Dive tour, an intimate run of Spring 2020 dates that will see the band diving into their extensive catalog to perform an array of deep cuts and B-sides along with their biggest hits. Shinedown’s new music video for current radio single “ATTENTION ATTENTION” serves as the next visual installment in the...

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Part of a new fall concert series of rescheduled 2020 Savannah Music Festival (SMF) performances, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit will perform live at the Johnny Mercer Theatre in historic Savannah, Georgia on Friday, September 11 at 8 p.m. Two years after their appearance at SMF’s Trustees’ Garden Festival Finale, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit return. In the...

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Enjoy an evening of hit after hit…after HIT!  The Happy Together Tour features: - THE TURTLES - CHUCK NEGRON (formerly of Three Dog Night) - THE ASSOCIATION - MARK LINDSAY (Former Lead Singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders) - THE VOGUES - THE COWSILLS You will go home whistling the soundtrack of the 60’s and 70’s! All tickets are $45 plus handling

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  The annual Revolutionary Perspectives Lecture Series focuses on a wide variety of topics unique to the American Revolution era. Each lecture will have a reception from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. followed by a presentation from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Savannah History Museum Theater. This year’s lectures will be on September 15th, 22nd, 29th, and October 6th. This event is free to the...

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Dailey & Vincent's LandFest 2020

Sep 17, 2020 - Sep 19, 2020

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Dailey & Vincent’s LandFest In The Mountains & On The Lake 2020 marks the festival's 7th anniversary of bringing the best American music to fans! Plan to camp for the weekend so you can take in all the fantastic music, comedy & down-home fun for all ages!  3 Day Reserved Pass $140 2 Day Reserved Pass $90 1 Day Reserved Pass $50...

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Mile Long Yard Sale

Sep 25, 2020 - Sep 26, 2020

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

One man's trash is another man's treasure. Come shop 1 mile worth of treasures at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds! Free entry to shoppers!  Interested in participating? Bring your Yard Sale Items and make a little cash. Booth: $30 refundable deposit on covered booth for 2 days. FREE Parking! Secured Overnight Venue Booth set up on Friday at 8am. Booth Take Down by Saturday at 4pm. Friday,...

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Scenes of the South

Plant Riverside District Grand Opening

After $400 million and the better part of the past decade, the Plant Riverside District has finally opened for business. This 419-room JW Marriot marks the creation of a all-new entertainment district on River Street's west end. Speeches were made, hands were shaken (or rather, elbows were tapped), and the ribbon was finally cut, unveiling this monumental project for the public to enjoy.

Faces of the South 2020 Gala of the Decade at Plant Riverside District

On July 24, 2020 Richard Kessler unveiled his greatest accomplishment to date, the Plant Riverside District, to a guest list that read like a who’s who of Savannah’s movers and shakers. Adding to the excitement was the concurrent release party for South magazine’s Faces of the South: The Trilogy Edition. With safety and social distancing measures in place, guests enjoyed the sweet sounds of the Equinox Orchestra, dined on a sampler platter of Savannah’s finest food and drink and marveled at the excitement of watching Savannah’s hottest new entertainment district come to life.

Faces of the South Gala of the Decade at Plant Riverside District part II

On July 24, 2020 Richard Kessler unveiled his greatest accomplishment to date, the Plant Riverside District, to a guest list that read like a who’s who of Savannah’s movers and shakers. Adding to the excitement was the concurrent release party for South magazine’s Faces of the South: The Trilogy Edition. With safety and social distancing measures in place, guests enjoyed the sweet sounds of the Equinox Orchestra, dined on a sampler platter of Savannah’s finest food and drink and marveled at the excitement of watching Savannah’s hottest new entertainment district come to life.

Danny Merritt 2020 Election Watch Party

Danny Merritt held his election watch party at Coach's Corner in Savannah, Georgia on Tuesday, June 9th. Merritt ran for Congress for District 1 against incumbent Buddy Carter.

FACES OF THE SOUTH — THE TRILOGY GALLERY 5

This is not a celebration. It is not a salute. This, readers, is a manifesto. It is a bold declaration of the richness of the South, of the majestic talents, relentless ambition and singular vision that reside just behind each face you pass in your travels. These are the faces of the people who are creating the new South through the sweat of their brow and the depth of their passions. But if you never look closer you may never know how deep that passion goes, and what it has accomplished.

FACES OF THE SOUTH — THE TRILOGY GALLERY 4

This is not a celebration. It is not a salute. This, readers, is a manifesto. It is a bold declaration of the richness of the South, of the majestic talents, relentless ambition and singular vision that reside just behind each face you pass in your travels. These are the faces of the people who are creating the new South through the sweat of their brow and the depth of their passions. But if you never look closer you may never know how deep that passion goes, and what it has accomplished.

FACES OF THE SOUTH — THE TRILOGY GALLERY 2

This is not a celebration. It is not a salute. This, readers, is a manifesto. It is a bold declaration of the richness of the South, of the majestic talents, relentless ambition and singular vision that reside just behind each face you pass in your travels. These are the faces of the people who are creating the new South through the sweat of their brow and the depth of their passions. But if you never look closer you may never know how deep that passion goes, and what it has accomplished.

FACES OF THE SOUTH — THE TRILOGY GALLERY 3

This is not a celebration. It is not a salute. This, readers, is a manifesto. It is a bold declaration of the richness of the South, of the majestic talents, relentless ambition and singular vision that reside just behind each face you pass in your travels. These are the faces of the people who are creating the new South through the sweat of their brow and the depth of their passions. But if you never look closer you may never know how deep that passion goes, and what it has accomplished.

FACES OF THE SOUTH — THE TRILOGY GALLERY 1

This is not a celebration. It is not a salute. This, readers, is a manifesto. It is a bold declaration of the richness of the South, of the majestic talents, relentless ambition and singular vision that reside just behind each face you pass in your travels. These are the faces of the people who are creating the new South through the sweat of their brow and the depth of their passions. But if you never look closer you may never know how deep that passion goes, and what it has accomplished.

February Brews for a Cause

February's Brews for a Cause was held at the Drayton Hotel on Thursday, February 27th. South Magazine and Southern Eagle teamed up to raise money through a large silent auction for the Savannah Ambucs organization. Craft Beer samplings from Wild Leap Brewing, alongside appetizers from the Drayton Hotel were offered to guests.
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