Savannah Stopover Releases Full Festival Schedule; Confirms Official List of Venues
Six Additional Bands Added To Lineup
Savannah Stopover Music Festival today released the full schedule of 105 performances for the festival’s 5th Anniversary to take place in Savannah’s historic district Thursday, March 5th through Saturday, March 7th, 2015. The schedule can be viewed here and festival goers can create their own personal schedules which can be shared with friends, viewed on their mobile devices and shared via social media via *sched. (link: savannahstopover.com/schedule). The schedule can be viewed in 4 different layouts: by time, by date, by venue or as a full grid option (savannahstopover2015.sched.org/print-grid) The festival Mobile App for Android and iOS will be released mid-February.
Concerts will take place across 11 downtown venues showcasing more than 100 bands spanning the 3 days. Confirmed venues are:
- Abe’s On Lincoln (Secret Shows)
- Club One
- Congress Street Social Club** (Inside and Outside Stages)
- Hang Fire
- The Jepson Center For The Arts*
- The Jinx
- Moon River Beer Garden*
- Trinity United Methodist Church*
- Trustees Garden*
- Wild Wings @ City Market (2nd Floor)
* all ages
** all ages until 9pm
Congress Street Social Club’s outside stage, Ampersand’s Saturday Furious Hooves Record Label Showcase, The Jepson, Moon River’s Beer Garden, Trinity United Methodist Church and the Opening Night 5th Anniversary Celebration at Trustees Garden are all ages venues. All other venues are 21+.
The Jepson Center for The Arts will host a special Art On Tap Friday, March 6th from 6pm-8pm in conjunction with Art Rise Savannah. The event in the Eckberg Atrium will serve as the official Opening Reception for Savannah Stopover’s annual Band Poster Exhibition and will feature beers from Lagunitas Brewing and a special Stopover acoustic performance. The Eckberg Atrium will be open both 3/6 and 3/7 until 9pm, with beer and wine available from the Jepson Cafe for all festival goers attending concerts at Trinity United Methodist church, located across the street. No beverages will be allowed inside the church.
In addition to the previously announced Southern Culture On The Skids headlining performance Thursday night at Trustees Garden, a few other notable schedule announcements include:
Hiss Golden Messenger (3/5), Rocco DeLuca (3/6) and San Fermin (3/7) will headline the stage at Trinity United Methodist Church
ASTR (3/5), Generationals (3/6) and Computer Magic (3/7) will headline Club One
Bombadil (3/6) and Matthew E White (3/7) will headline the stage at Moon River Beer Garden
Lee Baines III & The Glory Fires will headline Congress Street Social Club on 3/7
Cusses and Diarrhea Planet (3/7) will anchor The Jinx on the closing night of the Festival
The festival also confirmed six additional bands to the lineup:
Sonicbids Awarded Slots to: Penicillin Baby (Nashville), Hare and The Hounds (Atlanta), Weather (Brooklyn) and The Kickback (Chicago)
Justin Collins (Nashville): The producer of such noted bands as Deer Tick, Diamond Rugs, & Middle Brother will release his debut album this spring an
Host (formerly Ugly Hussy) from Savannah has been added to the Furious Hooves showcase at Ampersand on Saturday.
Festival Sponsors and additional festival details to be announced separately.