SAVANNAH AFRICAN ART MUSEUM TO HOST FREE JUNETEENTH COMMUNITY CELEBRATION The Savannah African Art Museum (SAAM) is hosting a Juneteenth community celebration to honor the past and embrace the future from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, June 19 at the museum grounds located at 201 E. 37th St., Savannah12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Savannah African Art Museum, 201 E. 37th Street Savannah, GA 31401
The Savannah Repertory Theatre is relocating!!! They are currently remodeling the former Southern Motors Acura Dealership building on the corner of Broughton and Habersham. Will keep you updated on this when we have more information regarding an opening date.
Broughton Market is also relocating. They will still be on Brought Street but are moving into a much larger space and will be able to offer two floors of liquor, wine and beer. YES, liquor!!! They plan to start offering tastings at some point in the near future as well. Stay tuned.
Sunday, June 20
Phil the Garden: On Sunday, June 20th, “Phil the Garden” at Trustees’ Garden, a celebratory concert event is perfect for the whole family. Food trucks, a station where kids (or kids at heart) can create their own instruments, and a concert full of classical hits with Keitaro Harada leading the full orchestra. The pre-concert activities start at 5:30 p.m. followed by a one-hour concert beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10.
Friday, June 25 – Sunday, June 27
Fundraiser – Tails and Ales Festival @ Starland Yard:
The first ever Tails & Ales Festival! Presented by the Humane Society For Greater Savannah and Sponsored by Bentleys Pet Stuff. With the purchase of a special Ales & Tails cup guests will be able to drink at 50% off from each participating businesses Ales & Tails drink menu! Discounted drinks are unlimited with the use of a Ales & Tails cup. Hours vary for each participating business and can be found here. Cups are $20 each and must be picked up by the participant – I.D. is required when picking up your cup. Cups can be picked up at Starland Yard from the Humane Society.
Cups and Event T-shirts can be purchased via the link below
A summer evening filled with tunes from around the world. From Mozart’s Flute Quartet in C major and Georgia On My Mind, to ending the program with a tango – You’ll be off your seat and dancing in the street! All are welcome to attend this free concert — no ticket or RSVP required.
Saturday: 7pm – 8pm
10 E. Broad Str.31401Savannah, GA, US2 upcoming concerts
Tour name: Rock 106.1 20th Anniversary Celebration Concert
Rock 106.1’s 20th Anniversary Celebration Concert in part with Connect Savannah are bringing live rock back to the Coastal Empire July 3rd, 2021! Five bands on one stage! This show will be one for the ages so do not miss out on your chance to escape the indoors and get outside for some pure rock and entertainment.
Location: Trustees’ Gardens at the Kehoe Iron Works in Downtown Savannah, GA
Time: Doors open at 12 noon.
Only General Admission and VIP Tickets will be sold
Tickets will move fast so get yours today.
Puddle of Mudd
Up and Coming artist to be announced soon
Local rock band Lillakk
No coolers, chairs, food or drink will be permitted at the show so please leave them behind. Bring a blanket to sit on and be prepared to be blown away!
Join Plant Riverside District on this special Memorial Day Weekend to commemorate, honor, and celebrate the lives of those we love and miss. Memorial Day festivities include everything we love about the season: live music, a delicious Grill Menu, Savannah Cirque performances, a Salute to the Armed Forces Fountain Show, and so much more. *The event will be held from 5/28 – 5/31 with live music beginning at 1 PM daily.
We’ve all heard that Savannah is supposed to be the most haunted city in the country. People travel from all around the globe to come here for the history, the scenery, the food and yes, for the hauntings. They love going on ghost tours and true believers leave the city with tales of their ghostly adventures.
Am I a believer? Let’s just say I approach the subject with a healthy skepticism. BUT… Recently I have been finding pennies – and not just a few. I find pennies every time I go out for a walk. Typically I just leave them lying there but today when I went for my morning stroll around a portion of the historic district, pennies were everywhere. If you listen to the legend and lore of the spirit world, you know that spirits leave pennies in your path to let you know they are there watching over you.
I spotted the first one and just smiled as I thought about how pennies are supposed to be placed there by a spirit. Then about 10 feet further up, there was another one. I stopped and took a picture of the second one and backtracked to get a picture of the first one. I then decided that if I saw another one, I would stop and pick it up. I rounded the corner and walked several feet, and sure enough, there was another penny. I was absolutely amazed. I did pick this one up and the feeling I might not be alone on my walk grew a little more intense. Another few feet and there were two more pennies. I gathered these up as well. So a total of five pennies in one short walk around Reynolds Square and the adjacent block. Things that make you go “hmmmmm!”
So I headed back to my desk and decided to write this blog post. While writing a co-worker stopped by to chat. I was telling him about the pennies I had found and the story associated with pennies in general. He laughed at me and the story but then a guest entered the hotel and as she looked up to say hi to both of us, she dropped a penny. It appeared to actually jump out of her pocket…
But why pennies? There are so many other coins to choose from — nickels, dimes, quarters — that are circulated just as much if not more than pennies, but we don’t seem to find these silver-colored coins randomly lying around. Copper — the metal of which pennies are made up — is considered a conductor and apparently relatively easy to be manipulated by a spirit. Copper is a conductor for electromagnetic fields, which are said to be emitted by spirits.
Dowsing — a type of divination used to locate water, buried metals or elements, oil, gravesites and many other materials or items — is sometimes done using rods (divining rods) or other conductive metals such as iron.
Dating back to the 15th century, dowsing rods have also been used to communicate with spirits.
In those early days, dowsing was thought to be an act of occultism and satanic.
However, in paranormal investigations, the theory is that the rods act as a conductor of hidden energy sources and that spirits reside within these fields and draw upon the energy to manifest themselves.
Because spirits are thought to be connected to energy fields, they could, in theory, manipulate the rods in response to “yes” or “no” questions.
Dowsing rods are embedded into handles which are held firmly in each hand. The rods are free to swivel in response to elements, running water or spirit interaction.
Based on the thought that copper is easily manipulated by those in the spirit world, it makes sense that ghosts could leave pennies behind as they travel through our world.
So, the next time you visit Savannah look for pennies, open your mind and let yourself hold on to the hope that it could be a gift from beyond.
May 23 – 30th
The festival’s much-anticipated 2021 Spring Season will take place May 23-30, featuring a lineup of acclaimed classical, jazz and American roots music artists. Most of the in-person events are sold out; however, here is a list of livestream events that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home with friends – no driving involved so enjoy an adult beverage as well!
The festival’s return to live, in-person performances will showcase nine high-quality concerts defined by a strong commitment to safety at two historic venues: the Metal Building at Trustees’ Garden, 660 E. Broughton St., and Trinity United Methodist Church, 127 Barnard St. on Telfair Square. All live performances will be held in limited-capacity settings with face masks and social distancing required.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, April 20 at 10 a.m. and be available for purchase online at savannahmusicfestival.org or by phone at the Savannah Box Office by calling 912.525.5050. Discounts are available for Chatham County residents, senior citizens, military personnel as well as students and educators. With limited capacity seating at performance venues, tickets for the Spring Season are expected to sell out quickly. A select number of concerts will also offer live stream tickets, so as many patrons as possible can safely enjoy this season’s diverse lineup.
Baby Shark Live!
Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Martin Luther King Jr. Arena – Savannah Civic Center
Exclusive Pre-sale Ticket Offer
Take an adventure into the sea with Baby Shark as he joins up with his friend Pinkfong to sing and dance through some of your favorite new and classic songs! In this one of a kind concert experience young fans will be dancing in the aisles as Baby Shark and friends, go on fun adventures to learn and meet new friends! Some of the hit songs include, BabyShark, Five Little Monkeys, Wheels On The Bus, Jungle Boogie, and Monkey Banana Dance!
Purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public with this exclusive pre-sale offer!
Use Code: SHARK
Presale is valid Thursday, April 22 from 10:00am – 10:00pm local time
Presale is online only. Orders are subject to taxes & fees.
YES, IT’S BACK!!!
Coming Soon: New Realm Brewing and Distillery
Friday, April 2 – Sunday, April 4
Vintage Market Days of Savannah: Savannah Convention Center 10am – 4pm daily. Tickets
April 9 – May 30
Legends Live on at The Savannah Theater: From the Beatles to Bruno Mars
Take a journey through the decades of timeless music as the international singing group, LEGACY pays tribute to some of the most iconic legends of all time. From The Beatles to Bruno Mars and The Four Seasons to Earth Wind & Fire, this show is jam packed with hits leaving you dancing in the audience! Tickets can be purchased here or by calling 912-233-7764
Select Dates in April
Potable Gold, Savannah’s Madeira Tradition: Join the Davenport House Museum for their annual celebration of the Madeira Tradition on April 1, 2,16, 22, and 30th at 5:30 p.m. Guests will experience the historic atmosphere of the Davenport House in a socially distanced format while learning about and tasting a unique and flavorful wine. Patrons are oriented to the long and rich tradition of Madeira as it relates to the history of Savannah and will participate in a Madeira party. The performance requires that guests be able to walk up and down stairs and maneuver in the candlelit rooms. Admission is $22 and guests must be 21 years or older. Attendance is limited to 10 participants per performance due to COVID-19 safety protocols.
Saturday, April 3
Glorious Egg Hunt: Bringing you a huge Easter event with food trucks, local makers and many local vendors. Gates open at noon with The Hunt starting at 2pm and continues while supplies lasts (so get here early and bring your favorite basket!); there will be over 1,000 eggs filled with treasures! A photo booth will be setup for photos. Event ends at 6pm. Right after hunting stop by the marshmallow station and make candied marshmallows for only $2 per child! 14 Brassler Blvd.
Sunday, April 4
Elegant Easter Brunch – 700 Kitchen Cooking School: Interactive Cooking Class at the Mansion on Forsyth
This Easter, trade Easter eggs for Savannah-style Eggs Benedict and a Deviled Egg Trio during the “Elegant Easter Brunch” cooking class on April 4 from 9 a.m.-noon or 1- 4 p.m. This interactive cooking class at The Mansion on Forsyth Park’s 700 Kitchen Cooking School led by master-inspired culinary artist Jason Winn invites guests to enjoy classic Easter dishes, discover new holiday favorites and indulge in spring-inspired desserts. Mimosas will be served at the beginning of class in addition to coffee, juice, fresh fruit and danishes. Menu items include Eggs Benedict, ‘Savannah’ Country Ham, Collard Greens, Roasted Tomato Hollandaise; She Crab Soup; Raspberry Cream Cheese Filled French Toast; Deviled Egg Trio; and Roasted Rack of Lamb with Herbed Yogurt Sauce. Also enjoy desserts including Coconut Cream Pie, Key Lime Pie and Buttermilk Blueberry Pie.
Classes at the 700 Kitchen Cooking School are all-inclusive, providing guests with the necessary ingredients, equipment and guidance to prepare and enjoy delicious dishes paired with house wines, mimosas and other beverages.
9am – 4pm, 700 Drayton St, $99/person Tickets
Easter Brunch at Plant Riverside’s Stone & Webster Chophouse: Celebrate Easter with a delicious 4-course brunch at Stone & Webster Chophouse!
Stone & Webster Chophouse offers a fresh atmosphere and exceptional service, delivering a new take on the American chophouse experience.
The Easter Brunch menu features a wide variety of entrée selections, including seafood dishes like Jumbo Crab Cake Benedict, Pan Roasted Atlantic Halibut and Fried Oyster Salad as well as Southern homestyle and American classics like Fried Chicken & French Toast, Steak & Egg and Braised Boneless Shortrib.
The brunch, priced at $75/person, also includes a sharing tower of appetizers, a creamy risotto and a selection of mini Easter desserts. Wine pairings are available for each course as well as featured cocktails. Please make reservations on Open Table.
Thursday, April 8
Southbound Brewing Beed Dinner at Hyatt Regency: Please join Southbound Brewery at the Hyatt Regency Savannah for a Four Course Beer Dinner on April 8th, 2021!
The four course dinner will include four Southbound brews paired with a stimulating menu from the Hyatt Regency Savannah culinary team along with some great live music!
Whether you are a couple, small group or individual who loves good beer and great food, come learn about the origins of the brewery and its beer, delve into why Chefs enjoying pairing F&B and live music in a socially distanced setting!
We look forward to welcoming you on April 8th and celebrating together!
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Friday, April 9
Savannah for Morons Tour is BACK!!! Spice up your trip to Savannah with a ride on the funny side! Savannah for Morons is a comedy show on wheels that roasts nearly 300 years of Savannah lore in just 90 minutes. Hosted by the infamous Moron Twins, this outrageous history lesson features entertaining skits, musical numbers, costume changes, and loads of Savannah history. Savannah for Morons is a high-energy, whirlwind comedy trip through some of the most hilarious stories that Savannah has to offer.
- Complimentary pick-up and return to hotels in the Historic District
- See your concierge for tickets