2016 Savannah Stopover Music Festival Venue Map

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Festival HQ & Ticketing - 110 W. Broughton St.

Festival Headquarters is where everyone will start their Stopover journey! Here is not only the place where you buy or pickup your festival passes – visiting the HQ you can buy festival merchandise, grab a pocket guide, ask a question or find out more about anything Stopover!

Online Ticket Purchases & Will Call tickets will be available for pickup at Festival Headquarters beginning March 5th, 2016. Festival HQ hours are as follows:

March 5th - March 9th: 12pm - 6pm
March 10th - March 12th: 12pm - 11pm

During Festival week, visit Festival Headquarters for all ticket questions.

NOTE: Purchased passes need to be exchanged for wristbands at HQ. Paper tickets will not gain you admittance into venues. 


Ships of the Sea (North Garden)  - 41 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

Stage Sponsor: Do Savannah
The Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, founded in 1966, features nine galleries of ship models, maritime paintings and artifacts that reflect Savannah's maritime heritage. It’s housed in the William Scarbrough House which was built in 1819 and is one of the few surviving American works of architect William Jay. Ships of the Sea is also home to the largest private gardens within the historic district of Savannah. Whether you visit the Museum by walking along the fig-covered wall to the garden gate or arrive by car, the visitor's first impression is a riot of color, seen in the flower beds at the entrance. Stopover concerts will take place in the recently built North Garden. NOTE: Ships of the Sea has limited parking spaces free to attendees.


Wild Wing Cafe  - 27 Barnard Street

Stage Sponsor: Bragg Jam
If you’re looking for chicken wings, beer, and live music, Wild Wing Cafe is your place. Wild Wing Cafe offers bar service on the first and second floor, patio seating in the historic City Market, and an all around good time. For the past 5 years they’ve been awarded the Best Wings in Savannah. This year they will be hosting some of Savannah Stopover’s musicians and bands.


The Jinx  - 127 West Congress Street

Stage Sponsor: Connect Savannah & Rock 106.1
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 fourth year in a row!  Must bring valid, government issued ID for entry.


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The Rail Pub (Outside) - 401 W. Congress St.

Stage Sponsor: Connect Savannah & Rock 106.1
As with many things in Savannah, The Rail Pub has a sordid past. The pub has been everything from a boarding house to a brothel since its opening in 1890. Located in what used to be known as Savannah Georgia’s own “Red Light” district, the Rail holds true to its roots and is still a “house of pleasure” today The pub got its name for the day laborers that would gather in Franklin Square (across the street) to wait for work on the railroad.


Club One - 1 Jefferson Street

Stage Sponsor: Deep Eddy Vodka
Club One is home of The Lady Chablis and a boisterous, multi-level nightclub known for dancing, drag shows & a basement video bar. 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.


Congress St. Social Club - 411 W. Congress St.

Stage Sponsor: Lagunitas Brewing Co.
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.


Trinity United Methodist Church - 225 West President Street

Stage Sponsor: Georgia Public Broadcasting

Founded in 1807 by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, Trinity United Methodist Church is the oldest Methodist church in Savannah. Located at the corner of Lincoln Street and Oglethorpe Avenue, this building boasts Corinthian architecture and Savannah gray brick in the Greek Revival style. We are elated to include this gorgeous sanctuary on the list of venues that will host musicians for Savannah Stopover 2015.


Ampersand - 36 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

Stage Sponsor: Creative Approach
Ampersand is a three level craft beer and cocktail bar that offers a fresh, modern, and current environment. Everything about Ampersand is constantly evolving, their menu is seasonal, and the art is local. Ampersand is a culmination of local collaborations and international influence. With its warm and homey down south feel, Ampersand is a great venue for Stopover bands and musicians who perform in Tucker’s Lounge on the 2nd floor.


Abe's on Lincoln - 17 Lincoln St.

Savannah’s favorite hole in the wall, Abe’s on Lincoln, is a Abraham Lincoln-themed dive bar that offers craft beer and spirits, an eclectic mix of patrons, and an intimate environment. With its low ceilings and dark colors, Abe’s gives off a warm atmosphere that will have you feeling like a local in no time. Home to Stopover’s “secret” shows, this standing room only small space is the place to get up close and personal with rising acts.


The Grey (109 Martin.Luther King Jr. Blvd.)

Occupying a 1938 art deco Greyhound Bus Terminal that they painstakingly restored to its original luster, The Grey offers a food, wine and service experience that is simultaneously familiar and elevated. Stopover started a partnership with them last year during the festival which has translated into a year long relationship with what we’ve called “Stopover in the Yard”. This monthly series takes place throughout the year on a Saturday and combines the delicious lunch from The Grey with great live music! Come join us for the first Stopover in the Yard of the year on Saturday 3/12 at 12pm.