2014 Savannah Stopover Music Festival Venue Map
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125 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Savannah, GA 31401
Come check out City Coffee each night of the Festival for some great coffee at this all ages venue. Located on MLK Blvd just south of Broughton Street, it’s an easy walk from our venues on Congress Street.
1 Jefferson St. Savannah, GA 31401
Located at the corner of Bay Street and Jefferson Street, Club One is Savannah’s #1 dance club and the home of The Lady Chablis, star of “The Book” and “The Movie”- Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil. Savannah Stopover will be taking over the Main Floor of Club One for some exciting high-energy acts. Club One is a 21+ only venue. Must bring valid, government issued ID for entry.
411 W Congress St. Savannah, GA 31401
The Congress Street Social Club (CSSC) is the perfect place to enjoy tasty food and beverages in any kind of setting you’d like. With 3 different full service bars, you can enjoy the fresh air and a craft beer on the patio, choose from 121 bourbons while you’re up close and personal to the indoor stage, or snack on delicious food while you play a variety of games down in the basement. Oh, AND, there’s a photo booth! Great Food. Great Drinks. Great People. CSSC is all ages for afternoon shows, and 21+ only for evening shows. Must bring valid, government issued ID for entry after TEN PM, and for alcoholic beverages during the day.
Ellis Square is located on Barnard between Bryan and Congress Streets and was named after Henry Ellis, second Royal Governor of the Georgia colony. In 1954, Ellis Square began its brief history of being a parking garage. In 2006, the parking garage was demolished, a parking garage was constructed underground, and the new Ellis Square officially reopened in March 2010. A bronze statue of songwriter-lyricist, Johnny Mercer of ‘Moon River’ fame and a native Savannahian, greets guests from City Market as they enter the Square. Grab a drink and a snack from one of the local businesses, sit out in the sun, and people watch while you’re in town for Savannah Stopover.
37 Whitaker St. Savannah, GA 31401
If you love fun… and you are fun… and you love fun bars… this is the best bar for you. Famous for their theme nights and Hangfire Scorpion Tea, Savannah Stopover is excited to have the Hangfire crew back this year as one of our venues. Get ready for some great music and awesome fun at this Whitaker Street bar! Full bar service is available. 21+ only. Must bring valid, government issued ID for entry.
127 W Congress St. Savannah, GA 31401
Savannah’s favorite boozery and musiquarium, THE JINX is housed in the same building as the infamous Velvet Elvis from back in the day. Open on Congress Street since 2003, The Jinx showcases the best in local and regional acts of all genres. Voted by Connect Savannah readers as having the BEST BAR STAFF and BEST PLACE TO HEAR LIVE MUSIC, Savannah Stopover is excited to have shows at their stage for the third year in a row! Must bring valid, government issued ID for entry.
3 W Liberty St.Savannah, GA 31401
With a history dating back over 100 years in Savannah, the Knights of Columbus Hall is housed in a historic Liberty Street mansion with an expansive event hall. Recently renovated in December of 2012, the old gymnasium is now an amazing space to hold music acts, weddings and more. This is an all ages venue, with full bar service and food available for our hungry concert goers! Must bring valid, government issued ID for alcoholic beverage service.
21 West Bay St. Savannah, GA 31401
Moon River Brewing’s new 5,400-square-foot Beer Garden opened March 9, 2013. It features a single-story Garden House, home to a kitchen, restrooms and bar with three garage doors that can be opened on beautiful days. The remaining Beer Garden space has seating for more than 200 patrons.
36 MLK Jr. Blvd. Savannah, GA 31401
Ampersand embarks on its maiden voyage as this new space will host the MailChimp Artist Lounge during Savannah Stopover. Having just recently undergone renovation, this new addition to the Savannah scene features locally sourced materials and will feature a menu with locally sourced organic ingredients. Happy Hour evening shows will take place downstairs, and The Artist Lounge will be on the second floor. This is a 21+ venue. ! Must bring valid, government issued ID for alcoholic service during shows downstairs, and for entry to The MailChimp Artist Lounge.
201 W Broughton Street, Savannah, GA 31401
The Savannah Stopover Ticketing and Registration location will be the place for everyone attending Savannah Stopover to redeem their tickets purchased online for their wristbands and Festival badges. Pick up your credentials; purchase a Savannah Stopover t-shirt; or ask anything you need to know about Stopover. We’ll have the answers! Look for the old Silver’s 5 & 10 sign on the building at the corner of Broughton and Barnard, and you’re there!
Festival HQ Hours are:
March 1-5: 12 Noon – 8 PM
March 6-8: 12 Noon – 10 PM