Recent developments and a few cancellations to announce: Fossil Collective (International Visa issues) and Sean Bones (Touring restrictions) cannot make it to Savannah Stopover 2013.
But those two changes have opened the door for some exciting news- Weyes Blood, who is en route to SXSW with Alex Bleeker, has been added to the schedule. She will mesmerize you with her haunting folk and powerful yet ethereal voice.
You can listen below and catch her show at B & D Burgers Friday, 10:00pm
This affects the B&D Burgers schedule on Friday 3/8 as follows:
10pm Weyes Blood
11pm Jacco Gardner
We are excited to have opened the 2013 Savannah Stopover Ticketing and Headquarters Downtown! Our address is 217 W. Broughton St. in the old Clothing Warehouse space right above Taco Abajo.
Come on by, say hello, hang out and buy your festival passes. This year, you can pick up your wristbands right when you buy your tickets!
Our Pre-Festival hours will be:
Tuesdays and Saturdays: 12 noon – 6 pm
Thursdays: 4 pm -10 pm
The week of Savannah Stopover, Festival HQ hours will be:
Monday through Wednesday: 12 noon – 8 pm
Thursday and Friday: 12 noon – 9 pm
Friday: 12 noon – 6 pm
We have received unfortunate news that one of our bands, We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves, will not be able to make it to Savannah Stopover 2013. Although this is a sad announcement we have some good to bring y’all as well. We are adding two more bands to this year’s lineup! It includes the Brooklyn native Empress Of, who is reminiscent of Stopover alum Grimes; and Friend Roulette, with their dreamy and whimsical chamber pop. We welcome both with arms wide open. Be sure to catch their sets at Club One and Hang Fire respectively.
Here at the office we are graciously appreciative of being included in Georgia Music Magazine’s first issue of 2013. It’s a nice article about how Stopover came about and where we’re headed in 2013. Have a look over and you might learn a thing or two about us you didn’t know.
Be sure to pick up a copy of the latest issue of Georgia Music Magazine. We also want to thank Bill Dawers for taking the time to interview us and write the article.