Savannah Stopover Music Festival 2015

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Mar 05 - Mar 07 2015

Savannah, Georgia (Various Venues)

$75 (GA); $125 (VIP)

Savannah Stopover Music Festival is a three-day festival taking place the weekend prior to South by Southwest in Savannah’s famed historic district. The festival launched in 2011 with the intention to give bands, en route to SXSW, the right set of circumstances to “stopover” in Savannah to perform in the midst of the South’s most beautiful, vibrant, and creative small city. Today, Savannah Stopover Music Festival has evolved into one of the most significant emerging music festivals in the United States.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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