Kylesa, one of the biggest metal acts to come out of Savannah, will play its first hometown show in more than a year on May 9 at The Wormhole.
When the sun goes down, public art goes up. At least for Wednesday night in downtown Savannah.
Do Savannah is giving away two pairs of tickets to the Savannah Philharmonic Season Finale: Brahms, Wagner & Strauss at 7:30 p.m. May 9 at Johnny Mercer Theatre, 301 W. Oglethorpe Ave.
Christian rock band Casting Crowns is bringing its latest tour to the Savannah Civic Center.
According to three-year cancer survivor and Relay For Life of Savannah supporter Anna McNeill, “It’s all about communication and not being afraid of the disease.”
Get ready for a block party on 32nd and Lincoln streets May 9.
Halo Model & Talent Agency will give the public an opportunity to display various skills in front of casting agencies from around the nation at its second annual Spring Showcase.
As fundraisers go, the Rivers Rock event sponsored by the Ogeechee Riverkeeper and Friends is wildly popular, so get your tickets now.
Do is giving away two tickets to the hottest celebration of food in the Lowcountry!
There’s nothing quite like a good French farce, and “Boeing Boeing” fits the bill perfectly.
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