Due to some unforeseeable logistic issue we are switching two of the lineups for tomorrow night, March 7th. Congress Street Social Club and B&D Burgers will just swap lineups. Also, Leagues had to shift some tour dates around and will not be able to make it to Savannah, we’ll catch them next time. Local’s Bottles n’ Cans will be filling in.
Sorry for the inconvenience everyone!
Below is the revised lineup and schedule:
Thursday 3/7 Congress Street Social Club
10pm Bottles n’ Cans
11pm You Won’t
12am Kopecky Family Band
Thursday 3/7 B&D Burgers (Upstairs)
10pm Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires
11pm The Dunwells
12am Bronze Radio Return
If you bought a VIP pass we have an announcement that will get you up out of your chair! This year Savannah Stopover Music Festival is hosting live in-studio sessions at Savannah’s new music studio, Dollhouse Productions, where you will be able to witness several Stopover bands record some of their tracks in a live, intimate setting. You will be able to enjoy Midnight Moonshine Bloody Mary’s and cold SweetWater beer wh
ile sitting in on live recordings for a one in a lifetime experience; trust us, you won’t want to miss this! If you’re debating to buy or upgrade to a VIP pass this is just another reason why you should.
The Dollhouse Studio is located at 980 Industry Drive, Savannah, Ga 31415
Below is the schedule for the Savannah Stopover In-Studio Sessions @ Dollhouse Studio:
Session 1: Young Buffalo
Doors: 11:30 AM
Performance: 12:00 PM
Session 2: HOTT MT
Doors: 2:30 PM
Performance: 3:00 PM
Session 3: Country Mice
Doors: 4:00 PM
Performance: 4:00 PM
Session 4: Fine Peduncle
Doors: 5:00 PM
Performance: 5:30 PM
Session 1: this mountain
Doors: 11:15 AM
Performance: 11:45 AM
Session 2: Field Report
Doors: 1:00 PM
Performance: 1:30 PM
Session 3: Royal Canoe
Doors: 3:00 PM
Performance: 3:30 PM
We encourage people who are not ready to commit to a full pass that they check out some Stopover shows by getting a ticket at the door. We’re positive that you’ll get show-hungry and want to buy at least a day pass. Door tickets will be available at the venue when the show has started, not a moment before. These tickets will get you into that specific show SPACE PERMITTING. Priority is always given to festival pass holders. Don’t forget day passes are only $30! Where you’ll be able to see 24 bands on Thursday, 37 Bands on Friday and 41 bands on Saturday.
For all of you who have been wondering the price of tickets for shows at the door:
- Early shows (before 8pm): $5 – $10
- Night Shows (after 8:00pm): $10 – $15
- Opening Night Event: $20
- Jonathan Toubin’s Soul Clap & Dance Off: $8
- B & D Burgers Outside Patio: $10
Reminder: All tickets at door are available for CASH ONLY!
Savannah Stopover Partners with Savannah Bicycle Campaign for Bike Valet at the of Montreal Concert in Forsyth Park on Friday, March 8.
Savannah Stopover Music Festival is excited to provide a Bike Valet for the of Montreal Concert in Forsyth Park! Savannah Bicycle Campaign will happily take your bikes and safely secure them while you enjoy the festivities in the park on Friday night, March 8, 2013. Though the service is offered at no charge, donations are greatly appreciated!
The Savannah Bicycle Campaign is a nonprofit membership organization working to build a better Savannah through bicycling — Bicycles Make Savannah Better!
How it works: Bike safely to Forsyth Park Friday evening, March 8, for Savannah Stopover’s Free Concert in the Park. Be sure to use at least a front white light on your bike. Once in Forsyth Park, find the Bike Valet area near the Forsyth Fort parking lot. They will take your bike, secure it safely in the Bike Valet area, and will give you a ticket to get your bike back after the music ends.
The Bike Valet is a service provided courtesy of the Savannah Bicycle Campaign, however your donations will support efforts to make Savannah a better place to bike! Savannah Stopover hopes y’all take advantage of this great opportunity!