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Don’t Miss The 2017 Savannah Blues, Jazz & BBQ Festival!

May 15th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

The Savannah Blues, Jazz & BBQ Festival during Savannah Blues Weekend 2017It’s almost time for the annual return of the Savannah Blues, Jazz & BBQ Festival on River Street. If you like sweet and smokey southern blues, jazz, and barbecue then this is one free festival you shouldn’t miss! It all happens during Savannah Blues Weekend, June 30th through July 2nd, 2017.

Each year around the start of summer, River Street comes to life for a weekend of live music and delicious, southern BBQ. This year’s Savannah Blues Weekend closes out June and starts July off with a rocking good weekend of hot food and music.

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Come Out For Savannah’s Pints and Pavement Fun Runs!

May 8th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

2017 Pints And Pavement Fun RunsIf you enjoy a good run as much as you do a good pint then you’ll love Savannah’s Pints and Pavement Fun Runs! The Pints and Pavement Fun Run series is back for its fourth year with seven dates scheduled between May and November 2017!

Fleet Feet Sports has been organizing and sponsoring weekly, public Fun Runs in Savannah for years, now and the Pints and Pavement runs are some of the most popular. The idea is simple. Runners and walkers come out for a fun time running and socializing.

The evenings begin at 6pm at The Rail Pub in Savannah. Two, three, and near-five-mile routes are provided at each event but runners are free to modify any route to suit. After the run, enjoy drink specials and the company of other running enthusiasts at The Rail Pub!

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Discover Savannah Craft Beer On A Savannah Brewery Tour!

April 24th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Enjoy A Savannah Brewery TourIf you’re a fan of beer then you’ll be excited to hear that Savannah has a healthy craft beer community. Getting out on a Savannah brewery tour is a great way to discover some of the great craft beer Savannah has to offer!

There are many reasons to tour a Savannah brewery. Not only do learn all about the intricate beer brewing process, you may also get a chance to meet the brewmaster.

Of course, one of the main reasons to go on a Savannah brewery tour is to sample the variety of beers. Brewery tasting rooms have unique advantages over most other pubs and bars in that the beer they serve is as fresh as it can possibly be. Beer served at a brewery has never suffered through the potentially rough handling and uneven temperatures inherent in delivery and storage.

Further, most craft beer is dispensed by complex and carefully maintained draft systems by people passionate about each and every drop of beer that passes through them. Most bars and restaurants don’t do this and, consequently, quality suffers. Tasting rooms are lovingly cared for by the brewers, so you know you’re tasting their beer at it’s very best.

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Come To Tybee Island for the 2017 SCAD Sand Arts Festival!

April 7th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

SCAD Sand Arts Festival 2017Spend a day on the beach surrounded by stunning creations in sand at the annual SCAD Sand Arts Festival. May 12th, 2017 on Tybee Island’s South Beach.

If you’ve never been to a sand sculpture contest, you’re in for a real treat. Not only do you get to enjoy Tybee Island’s beaches, you also get to watch talented artists create art from sand. The beautiful and intricate works these talented teams can create with sand is absolutely amazing.

“SCAD” is the Savannah College of Art and Design and the annual SCAD Sand Arts Festival has become a very popular event over the years. The festival is a sand sculpture competition between SCAD students, alumni, and faculty. Local high school students also compete but in their own category.

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Celebrate Asian Culture at the 2017 Savannah Asian Cultural Festival

March 20th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Asian Cultural Festival 2017April 21st and 22nd, 2017 sees the return of one of the South’s largest Asian celebrations, the Savannah Asian Cultural Festival. This free event includes fascinating live performances, delicious Asian cuisine, a cultural marketplace, and lots more!

The Savannah Asian Cultural Festival, held on the Armstrong State University campus, is once again bringing the rich diversity of the people of the Asian continent to Georgia. This popular celebration of all things Asian grows in scope and popularity each year, and 2017 is already turning out to be no exception.

The popular, annual event is not about the distant Asia but rather the first- or second-generation Asians here who have become a part of the area’s cultural fabric. The festival is a reflection and celebration of Asia’s part in the cultural diversity of Savannah and how their cultures positively impact Savannah.

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Take A Savannah Walking Tour of The Historic District’s East Side

March 10th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Walking Tour of the Landmark Historic District’s East SideCome learn how preservation can renew and revitalize on a Savannah walking tour of the Historic District’s east side. April 1, 8, 15, and 29, 2017. What better way to learn about one of America’s oldest and most beautiful cities than with a guided walking tour?

Savannah’s Landmark Historic District preserves the original city plan, as laid out by James Oglethorpe in 1733. Designated in 1966, it remains one of the largest historic preservation areas ever established in the United States.

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Experience 17 Days Of Live Music At The 2017 Savannah Music Festival!

February 20th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

2017 Savannah Music FestivalThe 2017 Savannah Music Festival brings more than 100 live performances to Savannah between March 23rd and April 8th, 2017!

The annual Savannah Music Festival is a 17-day, multi-genre celebration of the musical arts. The festival is the largest musical arts event in Georgia. Renowned musicians from around the world come to perform. The festival includes jazz, classical, pop, folk, traditional music and more at numerous downtown venues.

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Don’t Miss Savannah’s 2017 Craft Brew Race 5K and Brew Fest!

February 6th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Craft Brew Race 5K & Brew Fest 2017Run for your beer … at the 2017 Savannah Craft Brew Race 5K and Brew Fest! Over 30 breweries and cideries will be on hand, March 11th, 2017!

March in Savannah means lots of fun activities swirling around St. Patrick’s Day. One of the many, many fun events taking place this year is the Savannah Craft Brew Race 5K and Brew Fest. There’s nothing like a great beer festival to make your day and adding a 5k to the event only ups the ante.

What is a “Craft Brew Race” exactly?

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AURA Fest Returns To Savannah February, 2017!

January 20th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

AURA Fest 2017 at the Ships of the Sea Maritime MuseumAURA Fest (All Underground Rock All-day) returns to Savannah on February 18th, 2017. Promising 15 bands on two stages at Ships of The Sea Maritime Museum!

AURA Fest has been bringing underground bands and audiences together at various venues since the inaugural event at Tybee Island’s American Legion in 2000. The festival has seen many shapes and sizes but none has been as striking as AURA Fest 2017 promises to be.

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All Aboard For The Georgia State Railroad Museum!

January 9th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Georgia State Railroad MuseumSavannah’s Tricentennial Park has lots to see and do. The Savannah Children’s Museum is here, along with the Savannah History Museum. One of the biggest draws, however, is the Georgia State Railroad Museum, the largest and most complete Antebellum railroad repair facility around!

The Georgia State Railroad Museum, located in the old Central of Georgia Railway Savannah Shops and Terminal Facilities, is a stunning National Historic Landmark. Railroad enthusiasts and history buffs alike will thrill at the fully operational roundhouse turntable and a chance to ride on one of the engines!

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