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So Many Ways To Celebrate A Savannah New Year’s Eve!

December 8, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

So many ways to celebrate Savannah New Year's Eve 2017There are so many different ways to enjoy a Savannah New Year’s Eve! Parties, dinners, riverboat cruises, fireworks displays, and more. If you’re planning on being here December 31st, you’ll have no trouble finding great ways to ring in 2018!

Savannah is a great town for celebrations. We know how to throw a party and a Savannah New Year’s Eve sees dozens of them across the city. You’ll find individual celebrations in bars and restaurants as well as in public spaces. While there is no way to fit all of Savannah’s New Year’s Eve events into one post, we thought it would be a good idea to at least outline the biggies.

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

May 15, 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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Get a Taste of Savannah Bacon Fest 2016

July 22, 2016 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah Bacon Fest 2016Attention all bacon lovers – the 3rd Annual Savannah Bacon Fest is just around the corner. Scheduled for September 2nd and 3rd, 2016, Bacon Fest promises great food, live entertainment, and … BACON!

River Street will once waft of the lovely scent of bacon as the return of Savannah’s popular Bacon Fest rolls around once again. Started because – well, who doesn’t like bacon? – Savannah Bacon Fest is primarily a chance for select, local restaurants to strut their stuff with that candy of meats.

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Celebrate Savannah First Fridays!

June 30, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Savannah First FridaysCome down to River Street on the First Friday and Saturday of each month, all year long, and join in the Savannah First Fridays festivities!

Savannah First Fridays and Saturdays are a great opportunity for you to experience so much of what makes Savannah the thriving, special city it is. The First Friday of each month brings the best of what Savannah has to offer out and onto River Street for all to enjoy – food and drink, live entertainment, art, crafts, fireworks, and more, all in the great outdoor venue of Savannah’s beautiful riverfront!

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Fine Arts on the Savannah Riverfront

April 12, 2011 by Robbie Bell

Fine Arts on the River takes place the weekend of April 22 – 24, 2011. In other words, the historic Savannah Riverfront will be filled with Fine Arts, Fine Crafts, Fine Music, and as always, fine food and drink. It will be a fine weekend indeed to stay at one of our Savannah Vacation Villas.

Fine Arts on the Savannah Riverfront, April 22 - 24, 2011.

Fine Arts on the River is a high-end show. Only the finest (there’s that word again) local, regional, and national artists are invited to display their work along the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza. The artists will be on hand to discuss their work, and many will demonstrate their work as well. Music will keep the mood festive.

In addition to the Fine Arts Festival on April 22-24, 2011, the Savannah Riverfront is home to hundreds of  shops and many fine restaurants. It is quite close to our Savannah Vacation Villas on Broughton Street, making it a handy place to walk for dinner if you don’t feel like eating in. Meet for a drink at Boar’s Head and enjoy expansive views of the Savannah River during dinner at Chart House.

Numerous historic markers and monuments are also located along the Savannah Riverfront. See where General Oglethorpe first landed in 1773, and where he spent his first night in Georgia; visit the 1802 City Exchange Bell; note the gold dome of the 1905 Savannah City Hall.

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