Check out the video below of J. Roddy Walston & The Business performing their song “Take It As It Comes” on Conan! The band will play Congress St. Social Club as part of Savannah Stopover Music Festival on March 6th.
We’re excited to have the first single from Mary Timony’s (of Helium and Wild Flag) new band Ex Hex! The band releases their debut 7″ on March 18th, and they’ll be headlining Stopover’s Saturday night Hang Fire lineup! Click below to listen to the track “Hot and Cold” via Sound Cloud, and check out the Ex Hex Stopover bio page here.
Savannah Stopover Music Festival 2014 (March 6th-8th) will be here faster than you know it! We are giving our fans a chance to grab a 3-Day Festival pass at a special price of only $60 starting Friday morning, November 8th at 11am. This promotion will only be available for two weeks and will end at our Lineup Announcement Party with Futurebirds on November 21, 2013 so be sure to get ‘em quick.
Early Bird Tickets: Here
Regular passes will go on sale on November 22nd and pricing will be as follows:
- Three- Day VIP Festival Pass – $125
- Three- Day General Admission Festival Pass – $75
- Single Day Pass – $30
We are proud to be partnering with Ticketfly this year to provide you with an upgraded ticketing/registration experience. You will have the option to print your tickets right at home or even have it sent to your phone as a scannable e-ticket; whatever you choose is fine by us but remember you will still need to exchange these tickets for your wristband and or lanyard credentials at our registration HQ the week of the festival. This will ensure you access across all applicable venues.
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!
Want to win some passes? Love putting together playlists? Well, Savannah Stopover 2013 is hosting a Spotify Playlist Challenge! Build your ultimate Savannah Stopover playlist, share it on Twitter and we’ll help spread the word.
The person with the most Subscribers to their playlist at midnight on 3/3 will win a pair of 3-day Festival Passes. If you already bought your passes, we’ll upgrade you to VIP status.
The rules are simple:
1.Your Spotify Playlist must have Savannah Stopover in the title
2.It must contain at least 20 tracks
3.It can only contain songs from this year’s band lineup: http://www.savannahstopover.
4.You must share the spotify URL for your playlist on Twitter so we can track it
5. You must include @savstopover and hashtag #savstop in your Tweets
Bring on the playlists!