CLOSURES: El Coyote’s last day of business will be Thursday, November 14.
Thursday, November 7 – Sunday, December 1 — ELF THE MUSICAL: This comical stage adaptation of the classic film of the same name tells the lovable tale of Buddy the Elf. It’s a heartwarming delight for the whole family. This modern day holiday classic is sure to make everyone embrace their inner elf. After all, the best way to spread Christmas Cheer is singing loud for all to hear. Savannah Theater
Friday, November 15
Museum in the Moonlight: Celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Scarborough House (Ships of the Sea Museum). Admission is free – food and drink can be purchased at the event. Music by A Nickel Bag of Funk and Sisters of the New South. 7 – 9pm
Friday, Nov. 15 – Sunday, Nov. 17
A Southern Christmas – Vintage Market Days: Vintage Market Days of Savannah will be hosting a holiday market this year, “A Southern Christmas” at the Oglethorpe Mall parking lot in Savannah. Vintage Market Days is an upscale vintage-inspired indoor/outdoor market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings, seasonal plantings, and more. 10am – 4pm
Friday, Nov 15 – Saturday, Nov 23
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: Savannah Stage Company’s take on the classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. Various dates and times shown here. TICKETS $18
Saturday, Nov 16 (Rescheduled for December 14 due to weather)
Savannah Brunch Festival: Back for the 3rd year, this Savannah Brunch Festival will be the best one yet! This year’s festival will be on Saturday, November 16 from 11 am – 3 pm featuring live music, brunch inspired bites and all your favorite brunch cocktails! ( This event is 21+ – IDs will be checked at the gate. No pets, please. Many vendors will be cash-only, and there will be no ATMs at the event. Some will take cards, however. The event is rain or shine.) TICKETS $15 General Admission tickets include entertainment and entry into the event. Once in the festival, enjoy live entertainment and games. Participating restaurants will be serving up brunch inspired food items that they will sell for $3 each. Bloody Marys, Mimosas and Beer will be available for purchase.
Fall Harvest and Cane Grinding: Celebrate Georgia’s diverse agricultural traditions during the annual cane grinding event at Oatland Island Wildlife Center. Centered around their 1800’s Heritage Homesite, history comes alive with old-time music, cane-boiling, butter-making and cooking on the hearth and open fire. See how “it was back then” amidst the sights, sounds and aroma of an old-fashioned fall gathering. Enjoy hay rides, crafts and games, cane syrup and other fun festival food that will tug at your senses as you venture back through history. 10am – 4pm
Colonial Wormsloe Lantern Tours: Wormsloe at night – This is your chance to see Wormsloe in a whole new light. Guided tours will depart at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm by lantern and celebrate Savannah’s colonial heritage, from the city’s founding in 1733 up through the American Revolution.
Please register in advance by calling the park office at 912-353-3023.
Sister Hazel: Performing at Victory North from 8:00 – 11:30pm. TICKETS $28
Tuesday, November 19
Charity Event – Bright Lights, Botanical Nights: Join the Friends of the Coastal Gardens (non profit organization) for their annual fundraising event to raise funds to help the development of the Georgia Coastal Botanical Gardens. This is a very special evening to enjoy a private preview of more than a million lights, catering by Coffee Deli featuring Johnny Baker, assorted beverages, music by Harpist Kristen King, and a silent auction. TICKETS 5:30 – 9pm